Contrary to current reports, the telegram may not be about to die. But that doesn’t mean we can’t mourn its loss.
An example of Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs’ first computer breaks a record at a Cologne, Germany auction.
Forget Yahoo the web portal, forget Yahoo the e-mail service, forget Yahoo the company that just bought Tumblr: Back in 2005, there was a Yahoo DVD player.
I recently chatted with Alex Gawley, the service’s product manager, about Gmail’s first nine years — and a little bit about where it might be going.
The Computer History Museum honors a distinguished scientist who worked on the first computer, and just kept going.
In vintage video, one of techdom’s most durable personalities assures worried people that PCs are just as easy as a typewriter.
Contemporary listeners have never been able to hear what telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell sounded like — until now.
A remarkable American invention celebrates its birthday today.
How an obscure Apple event marked the end of the company’s nightmare era.
Fifty years ago, Sutherland’s Sketchpad program broke new ground in computer graphics and user interfaces.
In 1991, a group of enterprising students cobbled together a webcam that monitored a pot of coffee, relaying the grainy image across the computer lab’s local network three times every minute.
Daniel Terdiman at CNET gets a look at early Apple documents detailing a $13,000 deal brokered in 1978 for the Apple II’s disk operating system.