Explore 4,500 British Museum artifacts with Google's help
Take a virtual tour with Google's Cultural Institute.
One of the world's first personal computers is up for sale
The Kenbak-1 launched in 1971, with no microprocessor, and only 256 bytes of RAM. Fewer than 50 units were ever made, but one of them is up for auction today in Germany.
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'Citizen Kane' to 'Call of Duty': The rise of video games in universities
How the history of film influences the future of video games in higher education.
3D printing resurrects Iron-Age Irish musical instruments
While 3D printing is often used for advancements in medicine or science, such as FDA-approved drug...
The AP adds 550,000 old newsreel clips to YouTube
The Associated Press has teamed up with British Movietone to share more than a century's worth of...
Smithsonian crowdfunds preservation of Neil Armstrong's spacesuit
The Smithsonian turns to Kickstarter for help with the long-term preservation of Neil Armstrong's Apollo 11 spacesuit.
Rare Enigma machine sells for $233,000
Did you want to buy an Enigma machine? Sorry, a secret buyer picked it up for nearly $233,000
This is the Nintendo PlayStation that almost was
It might seem crazy today, but in the early '90s Nintendo and Sony were working together on a vide...