Before Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store, we had freeware and shareware download sites like Tucows and magazines with CDs.
The Soviet Union is long gone but Apple II computers still reside at the Lenin Museum, fully functioning and keeping the artifacts alive.
Relive the days of System 7, Photoshop 1.0, and Windows 95 with the Version Museum.
HyperCard influenced some of today’s most well known programming languages but most people today have never heard of it.
Apple says goodbye to OS 10 with Big Sur as it releases its public beta. But is it worth getting right away?
The tech-news publication asks Americans about their trust in big tech companies like Apple and Facebook and much more.
If you love marketing, you’ll love The Apple Archive, home to decades of Apple’s ads and branding.
In an era of solid-state drives and cloud computing, rhyal.com is a relic of the past. But the website tells an important story. My first ever website was on Geocities and most of the hyperlinks didn’t go anywhere. It was half-finished but I was desperate to get it online. I was 11 at the time …
I don’t know what people expected from a device made of plastic and glass but here we are. Videos and tweets have been published showing the fragility of the iPhone X. Apple claimed their iPhone X was “the most durable glass ever in a smartphone”, but SquareTrade put that to the test and it didn’t …
There are countless articles asking whether the latest phone is an “iPhone killer.” Android phones are more globally abundant than iPhones but that hasn’t impeded their dominance. Apple has created a cult around their products for years, and the iPhone is no exception. But you can’t “kill” anything Apple makes. The iPhone will be ever …