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- The Xerox Alto struts its stuff on its 40th birthday - Posted on 2017-11-15
- Restoring a 1998 Packard Bell multimedia PC - Posted on 2017-11-06
- The Amazing $1 Microcontroller - Posted on 2017-11-06
- The Xerox Alto, Smalltalk, and rewriting a running GUI - Posted on 2017-10-23
- Lenovo's 25th anniversary ThinkPad is here - Posted on 2017-10-05
- HP shows us what a real workstation looks like with a 56-core Z8 - Posted on 2017-09-19
- An introduction to quantum computing, without the physics - Posted on 2017-08-15
- Xerox Alto video demonstration - Posted on 2017-08-13
- Thermal paste round-up: 85 products tested - Posted on 2017-08-07
- Building an 8-bit breadboard computer - Posted on 2017-07-30
- The Ultimate-64 board - Posted on 2017-07-13
- PiDP-8/I: a modern replica of the 1968 PDP-8/I - Posted on 2017-07-11
- Improvements to the Xerox Alto Mandelbrot drop runtime - Posted on 2017-06-28
- Charles P. Thacker, designer of the Xerox Alto, passes away - Posted on 2017-06-14
- The MOnSter 6502 - Posted on 2017-05-23
- The world's tiniest laptop - Posted on 2017-05-08
- DDR5 doubles the speed of DDR4 - Posted on 2017-03-31
- Secret colours of the Commodore 64 - Posted on 2017-03-24
- ATX is outdated garbage, and needs a modern replacement - Posted on 2017-03-06
- Why didn't the dream of a laptop upgrade slot take off? - Posted on 2017-01-30
- FAP80: a retro computer without the retro baggage - Posted on 2017-01-19
- Quantum computing is real, and D-Wave just open-sourced it - Posted on 2017-01-11
- Making an MSX font - Posted on 2016-12-14
- The FireBee: modern Atari clone - Posted on 2016-12-04
- Colour Maximite: single chip computer with full BASIC interpreter - Posted on 2016-11-30
- HP 3000 Series 33: 16-bits of sapphire - Posted on 2016-11-29
- Whatever happened to Japanese laptops? - Posted on 2016-11-08
- Sony's gorgeous VAIO P was stunningly unusable - Posted on 2016-11-01
- Total nightmare: USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 - Posted on 2016-11-01
- Atari ST computer sales and marketshare: a comparison - Posted on 2016-10-03
- Recovering Atari ST ASIC designs - Posted on 2016-09-07
- Rewriting the tablet - Posted on 2016-08-31
- ARM Cortex-M, Interrupts and FreeRTOS - Posted on 2016-08-16
- SoftBank Group nears deal to buy ARM Holdings - Posted on 2016-07-18
- The Lexra Story - Posted on 2016-07-17
- Sega Saturn CD cracked after 20 years - Posted on 2016-07-11
- The Xerox Star - Posted on 2016-06-20
- Xerox Alto: restoring the legendary 1970s GUI computer - Posted on 2016-06-19
- ARM announces Mali Egil video processor - Posted on 2016-06-16
- DB-19: resurrecting an obsolete connector - Posted on 2016-06-06
- A decades old C64 bug discovered - Posted on 2016-06-06
- The ECHO IV home computer: 50 years later - Posted on 2016-06-02
- This ancient laptop services the McLaren F1 - Posted on 2016-05-02
- The untold story of Magic Leap - Posted on 2016-04-19
- 'RISC-V offers simple, modular ISA' - Posted on 2016-04-08
- Raspberry Pi 3 unveiled - Posted on 2016-02-29
- Qubes OS will ship pre-installed on Purism's laptop - Posted on 2015-12-15
- Open Source Laptop - Posted on 2015-10-29
- Universal XT BIOS for CBM PC40-III with large hard disks - Posted on 2015-10-27
- Solu: the Finnish pocket computer that wants to take over the world - Posted on 2015-10-18

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