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.
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Raspberry Pi, the super-cheap micro PC designed to get kids coding, has sold a staggering 1.75 million units, 1 million of them made here in the UK.
Meta expects to have the virtual equivalent of a MacBook Air and iPhone built into a pair of 3D, augmented-reality Ray-Bans controlled by your hands within the next two years.
Online retail giant dedicates a section of its online store to selling 3D printers and supplies in another step toward the devices becoming mainstream.
With lots of water and the cool Nordic climate, Facebook is lowering its cost to operate a data center and improving its environmental friendliness.
One of what's thought to be only six working Apple 1 computers -- hand-built by Steve Wozniak -- flies out of a German auction house for a tidy sum. The last one went for $640,000.
Science buff Richard Handl decided to split atoms at home in his free time, and the authorities weren't too pleased about it.