The Macintosh already enjoyed its silver anniversary this year, but it's not the only Mac product to hit a milestone in 2009. Twenty years ago this week, Apple...
From the brains of the Voyager space mission to the inspiration for modern CPUs, here are the chips that built our modern technological culture.
You won't find many fanboys for these consoles, which unite terrible graphics with lousy games and underpowered hardware. Oh yeah--and some were obscenely overpriced, too!
A mouse is such a simple device that not even the worst inventor could screw it up, right? Wrong! We'll give you 13 examples.
Nintendo’s classic gaming handheld turns 20 years old this month. To celebrate its birthday, we took one apart on the workbench to see what makes this gaming legend tick.
Keyboards without keys, a vertical keyboard with mirrors on the side so you can see your fingers, and keyboards on which you type on the back: Get ready for some wacky input devices.
We examined 30 years of PC gaming history to identify ten of its all-time greatest games.
With any company that's been around for more than 30 years--and with as many interesting, creative, and varied ideas Apple has...
From the halls of a university research lab to the desks of hundreds of millions of computer users, the computer mouse has...
This pioneering PC made instant geeks out of millions of people back in the 80s. But what lies within the Commodore 64's fetching brown shell?
A look back at the changes and challenges Microsoft's flagship word-processing program has been through during its first quarter-century.
The iMac made an instant impression when Apple first unveiled it in May 1998.
Lots of Americans know the Nintendo Entertainment System. Fewer know the Japanese console it was based on, the Nintendo Family Computer, also known as the Famicom. We'll take a look inside the Famicom and its accessories, including a unique disk system attachment.
From the satisfying click of its keys to its no-nonsense layout and solid steel underpinnings, IBM's 24-year-old Model M is the standard by which all other keyboards must be judged.
In these nostalgic 1980s ads, home computers, floppy disks, and even robots bring the whole family together.