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Wired’s Brian Chen polishes off the history of tablet computers … beginning in 1888.
Best Warrior “A Soldier competing in the “Best Warrior” competition participates in a night-fire exercise at Fort Lee, Va., Oct. 2. Twenty-four of the Army’s finest warriors representing 12 commands from across the Army gathered at Fort Lee, Va., from … Continue reading
Abandoned exotic cars — left to rot in dank alleys, to fade in the hot sun, to be stripped for parts in war zones — are featured in this heartbreakingly forlorn gallery. The images are all SFW, but some of … Continue reading
Said to be the first laptop computer, The GRiD compass was designed in 1979 by Bill Moggridge. In its day, the 320×200 display, bubble RAM and integrated 1200 bps modem made it the province of only the most spendy outfits: … Continue reading
Just in time for us all to slack off on a no-news Friday, Dark Roasted Blend posts a gallery of wonderfully vintage toy robots, repelete in their own wind up, spark spitting retro magnificence. And look at that robot Fido! … Continue reading
This Flickr gallery of old transistor radios, pointed out by the wonderful Retro-Thing, is surprisingly captivating. You simply don’t see this scope of aesthetic design in today’s line-up of ubiquitous PMPs. Of course, transistor radios had decades to experiment with … Continue reading