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.
Veterans of the PC-pioneering Homebrew Computer Club gather to remember old times at the Vintage Computer Festival. Photos: PC pioneers
This 1999 TV movie about the rivalry between Apple and Microsoft starred Noah Wyle as Jobs and Anthony Michael Hall as a calculating Bill Gates. Does it hold up today?
A 1975 meeting in a Silicon Valley garage inspired the young, shy Steve Wozniak to build the Apple I -- and ignite a legacy.
More consumers will rely on fingerprint sensing and facial scanning apps in coming years, Juniper Research predicts.
Previous attempts to copy fingerprints required specialized tools and the fingerprint itself.
In his time at Apple, Bill Fernandez helped develop technologies that have shaped modern computing. He also has a keen perspective on what's next.
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.