Just as victory has many fathers, great events often have many birthdays. We choose Oct. 29, 1969, as Day One of the Internet (which would make it 44 years old today) for a good reason. That was when the very first message moved between the first two computers connected on the new network designed to link the numerous computer science projects funded by the government.
#ThisDayInHistory: The first data travels across ARPANET, precursor to the Internet.
One of AT&T’s famous “You WIl” commercials from the early 90s. This one features Tom Selleck’s voice and foreshadows the development and continued advancement of user touchscreens, the internet, GPS and wireless networking technologies.
900 million Android devices have been activated since Google’s mobile operating system launched to consumers four and a half years ago. The impressive stat was revealed by Android / Chrome boss…
Mother’s Day is almost here! Have you finished your shopping yet? We’re here to help with 8 cool tech gifts for moms for $30 or less.