Thirty-eight years after the famous club had its first meetings, spawning Apple and many other companies, many of its members got together to share stories of the beginnings of the PC era.
Nearly 100 original members of the famous club came out the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif., to toast 38 years of membership and the huge achievements of its members.
On November 11, surviving club members who helped spawn the personal computer revolution will reunite to celebrate their legacy.
Paleontologists have dug up the rest of a dinosaur whose long arms were found in the '60s. The rest makes it surely the strangest-looking creature ever.
If last month's iPhone 6 was a major leap forward, Thursday's iPad and Mac computer upgrades represented modest progress.
Google and Apple are bitter rivals, but during a talk, Google's executive chairman opens up about his old friend and why "we could all aspire to be a small percentage of Steve."
Way back in 1985, famous pop artist Andy Warhol created a set of digital paintings using a Commodore Amiga computer. Those fascinating files have now been recovered.
One Model S owner hacks his car, and gets a warning from Tesla.
Nintendo has just launched the Pokémon Bank, which allows you to store Pokémon, transfer them between generations and, oh yeah, gives you a free legendary.
No, we didn't fall into a time machine. CNET is celebrating Facebook's 10th birthday by republishing our first story about the social network from way back in 2005.