These 18 technologies remain core to the computing experience for IT, engineers, and developers.
By Galen Gruman
From the first graphical user interface developed by Xerox in 1981 to the tablet-like, touch-screen interfaces of Mac OS X Lion and Windows 8, the tools to navigate a computer desktop have gone through drastic changes over the years. Let's take a trip down desktop memory lane.
As IBM celebrates its 100th birthday this year, we take a look back at some of the major moments in the company's history.
A visual guide to the history of the modem, from the 1950s to today.
The Computer History Museum's new 25,000 square-foot exhibit entitled "Computer History: The First 2,000 Years" includes media and artifact-rich galleries with an in-depth focus on more than 20 major areas of computer history. Here are some highlights.
From blinking lights and punch cards to LCDs and 3D flat panels, we trace the 70-year history of the tech that users rely on to see what a computer is doing.
The road ahead reveals technology news, companies, Websites, gadgets, and people that will affect your route in 2011.
From Windows 8 to the iPhone on Verizon to Mass Effect 3, here are 30 tech products we're looking forward to seeing in 2011.
The origins of iconic tech products. High-tech hotels. The top 10 cities for tech workers. The silliest BlackBerry accessories. Get it all right here and much, much more.