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When it airs in 2016, the new season of "Twin Peaks" will pick up in the present day. An upcoming book by Mark Frost, one of the show's co-creators, fills us in on what's happened in 25 years.
The MX-5 Miata is one of the most recognisable sportscars in the world. XCAR finds out how Mazda managed to create this all-time classic.
Half of 25 to 34-year olds and a third of 18 to 24-year olds have an iPad or similar tablet, and they're using them to watch lots of online video.
To commemorate a quarter century of its Adobe Originals type program, a font free for all.
Crave's Eric Mack looked back at 25 years of the Web. Now it's time for all of us to look forward and share our predictions for the future.
The World Wide Web is a smashing technological success. But the man who invented it wants it to break down more cultural barriers, thwart government snooping, and let the Web run applications not just house documents.
The Web we all stare at endlessly today looks nothing like the one Tim Berners-Lee first proposed in 1989. Take a look at some hardware, software, and schematics from the early years.
The famous 777-FILM number will be around for another month, but its mobile app will live on and allow users to buy tickets.
That's half off the regular price for this highly automated service, which works with Windows and Mac PCs and includes laptop location-tracking.
Video games made by small studios have an effective tool in their arsenal when it comes to setting themselves apart.