Granville T. Woods was a prolific Black engineer

With over 60 patents to his name, Granville T. Woods was an amazing inventor. But he didn't get the recognition he deserved until after his death.

The Digital Lives of Black Women in Britain by Francesca Sobande

The Digital Lives of Black Women in Britain by author and academic Francesca Sobande tells the story of Black British women in digital culture.

Dr. Anne-Marie Imafidon on STEM and her ‘Stemettes’

Mathematician, computer scientist, and co-founder of Stemettes Dr. Anne-Marie Imafidon spoke to Bustle about her work with young girls and the best guidance she's ever gotten.

Huawei to release HarmonyOS 2.0

HarmonyOS 2.0 will be available to smartphones in December but how will it fare in the market?

A cocky locksmith just lost a $75 bet

Could you pick a lock in less than 134 seconds based on a bet? LockPickingLawyer could.

89 YouTube channels to help improve your coding skills

Need some coding inspo? Check out these YouTube channels curated by Dev&Gear featuring Colt Steele, Chris Coyier, and Ania Kubów.

How to run a social network for your friends

If you want a safer space on the Internet for you and your friends, Darius Kazemi has written a guide on how to run your own social network site.

The Lenin Museum running on Apple II computers

The Soviet Union is long gone but Apple II computers still reside at the Lenin Museum, fully functioning and keeping the artifacts alive.

Supercomputer provides a COVID-19 eureka moment

Oak Ridge National Lab's Summit supercomputer has come through clutch in the battle to beat COVID-19.

Can you fit your website on a floppy disk?

1.44MiB isn't a lot in an era of gigabytes and terabytes but that's the size of a standard floppy disk. But can you fit your favourite website onto one?

Web Design: The Evolution of the Digital World 1990 – Today...

Bask in the glory days of the World Wide Web with "Web Design: The Evolution of the Digital World 1990 – Today" by Rob Ford.

The Version Museum

Relive the days of System 7, Photoshop 1.0, and Windows 95 with the Version Museum.