At a 2001 event celebrating the PC's 20th anniversary, IBM engineer Dave Bradley talks about how the control-alt-delete keystroke came to be, quipping that, though he invented it, Bill Gates made it famous.
By ZDNet Staff
| June 27, 2008 -- 09:21 GMT (02:21 PDT)
| Topic: Hardware
Digital Health and Wellness
How technology can save the NHS
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is official: Here's what's new
Photos: BlackBerrys through the ages
The scariest tech of 2017, period, end of sentence
Google's Night Sight camera mode is pretty darn impressive
Google has figured out a way to make low light photography something I want to do more of.
Apple says iPad Pro can replace your computer: But you don't all agree
Readers respond to Apple's five reasons why an iPad Pro can be your next computer.
IBM: Chip making is hitting its limits, but our techniques could solve that
IBM makes progress on chip fabrication without using lithography.
This iPhone XS case transforms into a wireless charging USB powerbank
YubiKey 5: The ultimate security gift
Make the holidays a time of giving weak passwords the boot and replacing them with strong hardware-based authentication.
Google to open a €600m data center in Denmark
The new facility is expected to come online in 2021 and to employ between 150 and 250 people.
Best Windows laptops Black Friday deals: Dell, HP, Lenovo, and more
Here are a half-dozen great buys, whether your laptop budget is $100 or $1,000.
Apple's five reasons 2018 iPad Pro can replace your computer: But do you agree?
Ahead of the holidays, Apple makes its case for the iPad Pro to be your next computer, even though it's not one.
Best Black Friday 2018 deals: Business Bargain Hunter's top picks
If you're going to get the most out of this shopping extravaganza, you might as well do it right.