10,000 games and apps for the Amiga are available now on the Internet Archive
Aug 10, 2016

If you’re a nerd from a certain era, there’s something unforgettably nostalgic about the Amiga computer. So, want to relive the glory days with a veritable treasure trove of software for the long-defunct PC system?

The Antikythera mechanism is officially the oldest computer ever
Jun 23, 2016

… and we’re finally able to back that up with science. 

Here's a fantastic look at the world's smallest micro-computer
Apr 9, 2015

It's only the size of a rice grain but packs a powerful little punch.

The BBC to release a Doctor Who game that'll teach children programming
Oct 20, 2014

The BBC is set to release a Doctor Who game that’ll help kids to learn how to code and program with the help of Peter Capaldi's Twelfth Doctor.

Serenity, Enterprise + 9 more mini spaceships made from old computer parts
Aug 21, 2014

Check out these amazing upcycled starships reborn from techno-junk.

1980s Apple prototypes reveal a sci-fi future we never got to see
May 29, 2014

Apple has always pushed the envelope when it comes to modern technology, and some aborted 1980s prototype designs reveal some sci-fi styled tech that could've been.

Better than sci-fi: 7 computers of the future
Apr 14, 2014

Computer technology is constantly evolving, but there are some advances on the horizon that could blow sci-fi computers out of the water.

Everyone's talking mainframe computers in hypnotic movie mash-up
Mar 27, 2013

Hollywood -- great at blowing things up, doesn't know squat about computers.

Watch impossibly young Steve Jobs' 1983 Apple Macintosh intro
Dec 15, 2012

As our pals over at DVICE reported, Steve Jobs is stepping down as the CEO of Apple. But before he's gone for good, let's take a look back to a time before he changed everything.

Robopocalypse alert: MIT researchers teach computer how to read
Dec 14, 2012

We've seen enough Terminator movies to know that giving computers too much control results in self-awareness, which means doom for humanity. We're not afraid of that scenario, because it's just fiction. Or is it?