All toasters go to heaven.
All toasters go to heaven.
“I play videogames to escape, and then this is making me do work.”
Doors and windows: The one true enemy of dogs everywhere.
Moon prism power…running on Windows 95.
For consumers, at least. Apple’s new Mac operating system, Mavericks, will be a free upgrade.
Ballmer announced Friday that he would retire from Microsoft in the next 12 months. Here’s a by-the-numbers look at his decade-plus run as the software giant’s leader.
Steve B is retiring as CEO from Microsoft in a year, so let’s look at some of his biggest hits. What, were you expecting something about their business?
Microsoft’s current business problems, which prompted a major corporate reorganization last week, were foreshadowed in a farewell letter in 2003.
We’ve seen the last of the great desktop apps. The end of one of computing’s longest eras.
By now, you’ve seen the totally radical redesign of the computer you’ve likely been using for years: Windows 8. But have you seen what Windows 8 originally looked like?
Let’s remember how bad New Yorkers are at preparing for hurricanes with these pictures from Hurricane Irene. God bless us all.
Microsoft’s launching Windows 8 on Friday. This is how it tried to launch its last major operating system: RAGING HOUSE PARTIES. Seriously.
Surface may be the most important product Microsoft’s launched in a decade. And it’s $500. Sort of.
Why bother with Spotify when your computer has 30 million songs at your fingertips, right out of the box?
It’s official: The only way to make software is to make the hardware it runs on.
The latest computers come with dual-core processors and a double helping of sexism.
The Windows future glasses are super cool, but you do need to click to run an ActiveX control on this webpage. Now that is what you call an arcane IE6 joke! I’ll be here all night, ladies and gentlemen.
How can something so wrong feel so right? Watch Video ›
Bill Gates on the passing of his peer and respected competitor, Steve Jobs. View List ›
Thanks to some ballsy pranksters. View Media ›
It looks radically different and far more simple. Watch Video ›
This first time window watcher is totally fascinated by the world outside. Watch Video ›
That paperclip is always so helpful. View Image ›
Sometimes it’s maybe just not worth it? View Image ›
Any further and he’d be in MS DOS. View Image ›
A woman in Michigan upset by her bill proceeds to trash an auto repair shop, throwing things and smashing windows. Fortunately for the internet, a camera crew happened to be on the scene. It turns into a horror movie at about the 2:00 minute mark when the reporter is cowering in a closet and calling 911. Gripping! Watch Video ›
The case is afoot, internet!