Computer history, in a barn Video
We visit with the Xerox Alto, a progenitor of all graphical user interfaces, in this episode of Tales of Silicon Valley.
The world of Xerox at the Digibarn Museum
Tom and Brian host an old mobile tech reunion of sorts. Guests include the iPhone's great uncle, a laptop that sold for $10,000 in 1982, and the curators of the DigiBarn tech museum.
Take a tour of the Computer History Museum with Bill Selmeier, senior docent, and see one of the panels of the original ENIAC.\r\n
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak discusses the origins of the hard disk while touring the Computer History Museum Mountain View, Calif.
While touring the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif., Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak reflects on his first transistor radio.
While touring the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif., Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak recounts his connection and contributions to the development of personal computing, including his early days working with Steve Jobs.
Featuring the iPod's grandpa, a smart car, and your questions.
Meet a supercomputer inspired by Star Trek with a wall-sized power bank in this episode of Tales of Silicon Valley.
Cray Supercomputers and Memorabilia at the DigiBar
Google Earth guides you through a tour of amazing Hubble images.