Before there was Go, there were Blue, Red, Yellow, Snap, Stadium and more.
On July 1, 1874, the Remington typewriter hit the market, with the earliest version of what would become the keyboard layout we still use today.
On June 29, 1975, Steve "Woz" Wozniak tested the first prototype of the Apple computer, and history was made.
Learn all about the wizarding school found on United States soil, including its Sorting Ceremony, in a new backstory and video on Pottermore.
On this day in history: June 20 marks some important milestones in the dark history of human space exploration.
A proposed amendment could grant the FBI access to your IP address and web-browsing history without requiring a warrant.
Hide what you watch and never be embarrassed again.
A study that examines the inclusion of weapons in Lego kits has found that the toy's violence is increasing.
Never mind the pirates: Foxtel rakes in its best ever viewership figures on the back of the season 6 premiere of Game of Thrones.
A strong arm, good aim and a period-correct spear is all it takes to knock a drone out of the sky during a history reenactment.