It doesn't get better than this for gamers pining for retro gaming.
On this day in 1973, Motorola inventor Martin Cooper made the world's first cellphone call.
You may get a bit nostalgic watching this 1993 computer buying guide (or maybe not).
CES 2013 showcases the absolute bleeding edge of consumer technology, but we also found it surprisingly filled with plenty of gadgets echoing the lines (and functions) of generations past.
Every kid would have flipped out back in the day if Nintendo had sold these custom consoles made by DeviantArt artist Zoki64.
Jeremy Mayer spends all day breathing life into used typewriters.
Have the lackluster lineups of compelling games for the 3DS and Vita left your portable gaming life in shambles? Hang tight: come this December, you can score yourself a Neo Geo X Gold portable with 20 classic games for an even $200.
With all the photo uploading and sharing that we do today, we take it for granted that the Web once existed without photos. Unearthed for its 20th anniversary, here is the first photo ever published to the Web, in all of its cheesy glory.
What do you do with 5,000 floppy discs besides use them to play Star Wars music? Answer: nothing. The best you can hope for is to try and get all your data off of them before consigning them to the scrap heap, and one exceptionally creative (or desperate) hacker named Dweller has developed an autoloader to do the job for him.
Based on its current world domination strategy, it's hard to believe that a little over a decade ago Apple was struggling to survive. If you have nostalgia for the days when Apple was just a blip on Microsoft's radar, you can dress up your iPhone 4S to look like one of the products that eventually turned the company around.