From 2000 units sold at $10,000 a pop to a billion units sold at $100 a piece.
As the CEO steps down, he leaves the Intel machine poised to take on the swarming ecosystem of competitors who make smartphone chips.
The short version: trying to keep the best minds of his generation from working on advertising.
Ah, the Cold War and its many misadventures...
There are two buttons. Both say pick cotton. Ready, set, go.
The story is packed with context, drama, detail -- and big personalities.
... And editors are the gears.
The QWERTY configuration for typewriters can be traced, actually, to the telegraph.
Tussling with the philosophy that's structuring a billion social lives
A synthetic biologist explores the intersection of culture, art, and microbes -- and cheese too.
An interview with the synthetic biologist Christina Agapakis
The story of the man who advocated for an extra-terrestrial observatory
Somewhere, a flock is being tended.
Perhaps a nearly forgotten product of New York's avant garde art scene can show new directions for cat videos.
The Linger app brings you to a special corner of the Internet.
How a terrible mistake falsely linking two people to the Boston bombing spread so far so fast
"You can never on your own think up all the non-sinister, perfectly valid explanations."
Meet Kepler 62, a system of five planets circling a red star, 1,200 light years away.
The surprising story of how our data got us made as parents, before we'd actually told anyone we were going to be parents
Could this be an unintended consequence of the Journal's hard paywall?