The Selectric introduced us to the typeball, a metal object that would rotate and pivot with each keystroke before slamming into the ribbon
Who better than the BBC, the first org many turn to when they want to file a complaint, to draw our attention to the biggest scams?
"Imagine being in the most severe thunderstorm you've been in, where it's really dark and ominous-looking. Then make it darker."
The tablet isn't a device we need; we buy them because they're beautiful and they make it easier to do the things we're already doing
I found the launch of Google's new social network to be more stressful than anything else. It just reminded me of how many different networks and accounts I'm already juggling. I need some pointers on tying these sites together.
This photograph, from a series by fine artist Caren Alpert, shows multi-colored cake sprinkles at an extreme level of magnification
With the value of the dollar getting weaker by the day, you should take a minute or two to learn about this decentralized digital currency
Teams led by Richard Branson, James Cameron, and some unknown guy from Florida are all hoping to make it to the Mariana Trench
Before Google opens the floodgates and lets everyone in to its new social network, put your mind at ease by following these simple steps
As it turns out, an executable file for Facebook's highly anticipated (and gorgeous) HTML5 iPad application has been hidden inside of the code for its iPhone app all along
Hours after landing at NASA's Kennedy Space Center last week, Space Shuttle Atlantis was moved off of the runway for the final time
Projected to book at least $500 million in revenue over 2011, the Washington, D.C.-based LivingSocial is valued at more than $3 billion
The simply named "The Longest Video on YouTube" is an attempt by MoldytoasterMedia, a Web-based network, to set and hold a record
While millions wanted to check it out at first, traffic to the social network has already peaked and is smaller than that of competitors
When Atlantis touched down on runway 15 of NASA's Kennedy Space Center early Thursday morning it marked the end of an era
We have all purchased so many different iThings that the number of devices connected to the Internet was actually greater than the number of people on the entire planet in 2008
Google killed its relationship with Twitter in early July, but we didn't realize how much the feature mattered until a big news story broke
Located in the Noachis quadrangle of Mars, the Proctor Crater is nearly 170 km in diameter and is covered in dark, complex dunes
On what would have been the sculptor's 113th birthday, Google has rolled out a mobile Doodle that moves and sways with your mouse
The estimated $2 billion price wouldn't make a dent in Apple's cash reserves, but could position the company for more incredible growth