In the 80s, a defining online phenomenon—being able to use the internet for free—came from (of all places) Cleveland. Here’s the story of the Free-Net.
83-year-old Ronald G. Wayne designed Apple’s first logo and cashed out his 10 percent share for just $800. But he would do it again in a heartbeat.
The breakthrough paves the way for an “etch-a-sketch of nanoscale electrical connections.”
Even today, retro-computing is carrying humanity to the edge of interstellar space.
The minicomputer maker Wang Laboratories ran an ad during the Super Bowl long before Apple did. So why did the company and its minicomputers become a footnote?
Illustrator and animator Steve Smith made a video about computer history because apparently Slugabed is not a fan.
The only thing that remains is to actually build it.
Staffed by former Atari employees and with a big hit on its hands, Worlds of Wonder tried to ride Teddy Ruxpin to the promised land. They failed, fast.
Chemically hacking bacterial DNA allows for a whole new world of biological computation.