The scrappy, disruptive Silicon Valley company that revolutionized the way we think of the personal computer is no more, says the man who helped Steve Jobs design the Mac in the 1980s.
The pioneering PDA failed, but the team behind it didn’t.
Return with us now to the era when a major university might have a single computer on the premises.
Ashton Kutcher is a convincing Steve Jobs in a film that gives Apple’s other founder short shrift.
A 19th-century Austrian inventor has a Kickstarter hit on his hands.
Instead of bidding the telegraph a patronizing farewell and making wisecracks about extinct media, we should be hailing it as a dogged, miraculous survivor.
A computer magazine so thick with ads that lifting it counted as exercise.
The last of the big general-interest PC magazines is no longer a magazine.
Silicon Valley has lost one of its true visionaries — but his monuments are everywhere
The changing face of spam.
“What’s to be done with Comic Sans?!” the other fonts bellow, their lines clean, their angles sharp, their curves mathematical.
A once-mighty search engine is about to become history. Again.