Tech's 10 most famous college dropouts

Who says you need a college degree to be successful? Here's a look at 10 tech titans who dropped out and made it big...really big.

By Kristin Burnham, CIO |  IT Management, Larry Ellison, Mark Zuckerberg

1. Apple: Steve Jobs & Steve Wozniak

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Steve Jobs, a dropout of Reed College in Portland, Ore., and Steve Wozniak, a dropout of the University of California, Berkeley, joined forces and founded Apple Computer in 1976. The two became friends when Jobs worked for a summer at HP, where Wozniak was working on a mainframe computer.

Thirty-seven years later, the company they built is valued at a whopping $600 billion.

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