The Story of the Trackball, Canada's Earliest Gift to Computing
The evolution of the trackball, which is more than an upside-down mouse. It's the Royal Canadian Navy’s greatest contribution to modern-day computing. Really.
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Chuck E. Cheese's Creepy Robot Band Is Breaking Up
An ode to the greatest animatronic rock group of all time.
Scientists Used Light to Enhance Memories in Mice While They Slept
When it comes to the role of sleep in memory formation, it’s all about the timing.
'The Magic Wheel,' Today's Comic by Ryan Cook
Joe the carpenter suspects the worst when his lady friend starts acting a bit more distant than usual.
Is This What Consciousness Looks Like?
Scientists have mapped a giant neuron in mice that may help explain how the brain is wired.
The Ergonomics Behind Pro Gaming Gear
There’s science and research behind comfortable keyboards and mice.
This VFX Reel Takes You from Early to Final CGI Renderings
Switch between the early and final renderings of 'Mortal Kombat: Legacy' and more in The Sequence Group's experimental 'Before/After Reel!'
Razer Turret Lets PC Gamers Finally Become Couch Potatoes
It seems silly, but it totally works.
How You Move Your Mouse Could Help Others Track You—Even on Tor
A researcher claims to have devised a way to create a unique fingerprint based on your mouse movements, which could be used to expose even Tor users.
This Mouse’s Defense Against Scorpion Venom Could Influence Modern Medicine
The Southern Grasshopper Mouse converts the painful venom into an analgesic.
Watch This 1950s Mechanical Mouse Memorize a Maze in Minutes
Claude Shannon, the "founding father" of electronic communications, demonstrates how the mouse works.
Watch Actually Huizenga Dance on the Beach with Mice in 'Predator Romantic'
When singer Actually Huizenga sent us her latest music video, we knew it would include something weird, but nothing prepared us for this mix of aerobics, water, and mice.