Steve Jobs has died at the age of 56. We look back on his life and remember the co-founder and chairman of Apple.
Sony has announced it has finally retired the Walkman cassette tape player, marking the end of one of the most successful consumer gadgets of all time.
The conventional wisdom at SXSW was that the major labels are technological idiots with no chance of survival--and nobody stepped forward to defend them.
Though it was retracted within minutes, the appearance of the CEO's obituary on the Web is bound to make some Apple fans and shareholders quite uncomfortable.
PC World says it will no longer sell floppy disks. Is this the death of the much-hated 3.5-inch wonder? Let us know what you think...
We've always loved the Aibo, despite its lethargic trot and general disobedience, but Sony have decided it's the knacker's yard for old Aibo. Crave pays its respects
More security researchers predict the death of the mass-mailing virus--reasonable predictions or wishful thinking?
obituary The astronaut and enduring icon of the space age is remembered today as a genuine American hero, the ultimate "right stuff" test pilot who preferred privacy to fame.
Blogger Peter Glaskowsky analyzes an obituary for Net neutrality, though he's pretty sure it isn't dead at all.
A year on from his death, Apple has posted a video remembering the co-founder's greatest hits.