12 Results for

telstar

Article

When Telstar met JFK

Fifty years ago today, the little Telstar satellite relayed the first TV transmission across the Atlantic. It wasn't long before President Kennedy had his black-and-white electrons beamed from the U.S. to Europe.

By Jul. 12, 2012

Gallery

From Telstar, a new age of telecommunications (pictures)

The humble little satellite could handle just a single black-and-white TV channel, but it was the cutting-edge technology of its day. JFK gave it a spin 50 years ago today.

8 Images By Jul. 12, 2012

Article

Phone history, full of steampunk designs and rotary dials

Crave's Nerdy New Mexico series geeks out in a building full of telephone bygones, wallowing in the beauty of rotary dial phones, giant switchboards, and a brick-size early mobile phone.

By Apr. 12, 2012

Article

New and Noteworthy: New WWDC video posted; Apple's announcements to have satellite broadcast; more

New and Noteworthy: New WWDC video posted; Apple's announcements to have satellite broadcast; more

By Apr. 25, 2003

Article

TVs from the golden age

Retro designs updated with modern technology

By Jan. 4, 2007

Article

Philco PC is part typewriter, part '50s TV

Pasadena, Calif.-based SchultzeWorks design studio has created a retro-styled re-imagining of the desktop PC based on an iconic 1950s TV brand.

By Dec. 16, 2009

Article

New and Noteworthy: Supply Snag Slows Down Mac Cloner; WWDC keynote sattelite coordinates; more

New and Noteworthy: Supply Snag Slows Down Mac Cloner; WWDC keynote sattelite coordinates; more

By Jun. 18, 2003

Article

Options for watching the Expo keynote

Options for watching the Expo keynote

By Jan. 3, 2002

Article

Confessions of a female audiophile

Female audiophiles are news, it's kinda as crazy as man bites dog.

By Jun. 16, 2009

Article

Music and technology firsts

Music and technology go together like rock and roll. We take a whirlwind tour through the history of technological milestones in music, packed with classic tunes and amazing facts

By Nov. 25, 2009