The controversial jailed antivirus software mogul John McAfee followed up his virus-fighting work with one of the first social networks, a competitor to AOL Instant Messenger. Really.
The latest FPGA-based recreation by Analogue, the Analogue Duo, could give a proper reintroduction to a console retro gamers missed the first time.
Why plastic blister packs and clamshell packs, despite the near-universal frustration they create among consumers, have become a truism of consumer goods.
The beating heart of the early internet may have been FTP, or file transfer protocol. But after 50 years of mainstream use, its demise may be imminent.
Why did thousands of people trample one another in an attempt to buy a $50 iBook in 2005? In many ways, it’s a story about a lack of tech access that’s still being told.
How one of the most famous computer bugs of all time, the Intel Pentium floating-point division glitch, blew out of proportion into a PR crisis.
Buried in MacOS is a font with a design reminiscent of hieroglyphics that only appears when the operating system can’t find the right character. Most characters aren’t visible to the average user—but if you can find them, they’re pretty fascinating.
Businesses want to show up on the front page of a specific search term, and they’re willing to annoy you to get a backlink from you. Please never do this.