Engineers at Stanford University successfully build the first computer using carbon nanotube technology.
If you're a serious Apple fanboy, then you'll probably want to own one of everything the boys from Cupertino have ever made. Now is your chance to get the holy grail of all Apple collections, an original Apple I computer.
While a lot of folks try to self-diagnose using the Internet (Web MD comes to mind), it turns out that the simple way someone uses the Internet could point toward depression. A recent study finds that depressed persons surf the...
Remember those low cost One Laptop Per Child computers designed for kids in developing countries? Well it seems that even kids in third world countries are smitten with tablets like the iPad, so the OLPC group has developed a new low cost tablet version just for them.
We've been fans of steampunk artist Datamancer for many years, but this new creation he calls The Clacker takes the whole steampunk aesthetic to a new level of coolness. Best of all, he plans to offer it for sale soon.
When a friend couldn't wed Miguel Hanson and his fianceé Diana Wesley, the 33-year-old IT consultant decided to write his own computerized minister and have the computer marry the two. Nerdy? Yes, but the couple are nerdy and proud!
If you can put together a Lego playset, you can build your own PC. You plug your SATA cables in where the SATA cables go, and connect the power. And you're done. For the true computer fanatic there's another option, though: Jack Eisenmann, who just recently graduated high school, put this thing together from scratch.
We've seen lots of people who have built pretty cool custom PCs, but usually they're just putting off the shelf parts in an artsy-fartsy homemade case. That wasn't enough of a challenge for Steve Chamberlin, who was determined to build the CPU for his computer from scratch.
This tiny computer is said to be the world's smallest, and is designed for implantation inside the eye of a glaucoma patient.
The BendDesk is what everyone's desk will look like in the future. Think of the BendDesk as kind of like a Microsoft Surface — without all the hunching.