Was it built by Sharp, Kyocera, Sanyo or Nokia?
A bad hint: It wasn't IBM's
#ThrowbackThursday Enthusiasts' early overclocking endeavors involved soldering and replacing crystal clock oscillators, but evolving standards brought more accessible means to change system bus speeds, while the most daring would gain boosts through hard modding. These are but a few of the landmark processors revered for their overclocking prowess.
Storage Technology Corporation?
#ThrowbackThursday With the venerable GeForce GTX 980 having celebrated its third birthday, in the world of GPUs that puts it squarely over the hill. Even the GTX 1080 is over a year old already, however the performance bump in this last generation was very significant. From the GTX 480 to the GTX 1080, how much faster are today's GPUs?
English engineer Charles Babbage, mathematician, philosopher, inventor and mechanical engineer.
The "1977 Trinity" phrase was coined by "Byte" magazine to refer about the revolution of desktop PCs that came pre-assembled with a monitor and keyboard
A little history of the Apple I
Not the BFG. That first gigabyte sure was heavy!
From Pakistan with love
One button, two buttons... three?
In addition to being the oldest domain name, it's also the longest running and you can still visit it today.
Compaq Portable, Epson, Gavilan, Osborne... what?