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Apple's Macintosh arrived with great fanfare, but the computer that aimed to show why 1984 wouldn't be like "1984" barely made its debut. Here's the story of how it came to be.
Whistleblower Edward Snowden claims today's surveillance is worse than in George Orwell's dystopian novel 1984.
Amazon has outlined a terrifying future in which computer-controlled octocopters will deliver low-weight goods to your door in less than 30 minutes.
California researchers theorize that tiny electronic sensors the size of dust particles could be used in future brain studies.
The Fourth of July saw a flurry of news related to the U.S. National Security Agency's intelligence-gathering efforts. Here's a rundown.
In a blog post, the Twitter co-founder hashes out his beef with the tech vernacular -- most specifically the word "user" -- and rules that Square remove the term from its vocabulary.
The Nokia Lumia 920 is the latest phone to take a pop at the iPhone 5.
In his new book, "Digital Vertigo," Keen argues that the profusion of sharing online is harming society, dividing, diminishing, and disorienting humanity.
In a widely criticized move, the retailer has reportedly taken back copies of two electronic books after the publisher decided it no longer wanted to sell the e-books.
Company files patent application for an implantable medical device that can transmit information. Think of it as a secure Wi-Fi router for your body.