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.
Once upon a time, there were TIME-branded tech products–lots of them. Here’s their story.
Technology kills a lot of industries, but why won’t the fax machine just die?
Isn’t it odd that the floppy disk lives on in so many software interfaces?
Contrary to current reports, the telegram may not be about to die. But that doesn’t mean we can’t mourn its loss.