Benj Edwards takes a look at some of the most famous applications in the world that were first developed for the Mac.
With all the recent hoopla about Pebbles and iWatches, now is a good time to review the evolution of the smartwatch.
Our intrepid computer historian uses the Commodore 64 to tweet, visit websites, and do other PC tasks invented long after the famous gaming computer launched three decades ago.
Here's a fond look back at the Personal System/2 series of PCs, which embarrassed IBM in the late 1980s but shaped the modern PC you know today.
Magnavox's 1972 settop box debuted so early that it didn't even include a computer. Here's a look at what makes this pioneer of home video games tick.
From the first PCs and video games to CB radios and 8-track tapes, the seventies saw the birth of lots of iconic technology.
Two decades ago, Microsoft launched Windows 3.1. This first attempt to move beyond the operating system's DOS roots introduced many features we recognize in Windows today.
From 1970s minicomputers used for military programs (including nuclear weapons) to an IBM punch-card system still keeping the books at a Texas filter supplier, these are the computers that time forgot.
Here's a look at the wacky Atari you don't know: its digital photo booth, video phone, "Puppy Pong," and more.
How copy protection and app stores could deny future generations their cultural legacy.
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