We take a hyperbole-free, zero-snark, and comprehensive look at why you might want to choose each of the big three operating systems. If you're considering a change, read this first.
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Whether it's an R2D2 egg cup, Darth Vader's melting mask, or storm trooper snow flake ornaments, if you can think of it, you can 3D print it.
From Ansible to Vagrant, we take a look at 23 coding and DevOps tools with curious origin stories and strange-sounding names. Want to know the etymology of your favorite software? Browse this.
Fan films: the final frontier. These are the fan-made voyages of the Starship Enterprise (and some other ships). In honor of the upcoming Star Trek: Discovery series, we present you with a selection of unofficial Star Trek series and films.
Are you excited about the rumored new MacBook Pro? Is it more than time to see some new innovations? If your answer to these questions is yes, stay tuned. Here's a walk through memory lane of all Apple's previous portable Mac models. They've come a long way since 1984.
What do Windows 10, Gmail, Amazon Echo, VPNs, and iPhone battery life all have in common? We've collected and updated our best and most popular how-to articles.
Google’s new Duplex AI sounds human, with stammers, pauses, and all. It could be a useful addition to Google Assistant or the harbinger of something much more dark and worrisome.
As DNA testing becomes more common, more and more of us are spitting saliva. But what exactly is a DNA test? How does it work? What are the implications? We try to answer these questions here.
In this 50-year retrospective, we're not just looking at technology year by year, we're looking at technologies that had an impact on us, paved the way for the future, and changed us, in ways good and bad. (Previously: The 1970s)
Bitcoin and Butterfly Labs: What smelled like a rat apparently was. David Gewirtz tells the story of why he almost bought, but didn't and how the math worked in favor of the scammers.