On the first of April, 1976, Apple was launched, and today, while it has plenty of detractors and copycats, it is the world's most impressive technology company that sets the pace all others follow.
Last year, we marked the web’s birthday just one day after the World Health Organization declared the Covid-19 crisis a pandemic. In the 12 months since, the web — like so many of us — has been tested like never before. Today, as the web turns 32, it has proven to be a lifeline that allows us to adapt and carry on.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee warns that huge digital divide among young people threatens chances of a better post-Covid world.
The late, great Steve Irwin would have been 57 today, with Google and his wife, Terri Irwin, celebrating today with a special Google Doodle that remembers Steve's message.
The Web Foundation and the Science Museum in the UK are celebrating the 30th birthday of the World Wide Web, and as you'd expect, Sir Tim Berners-Lee will be at the forefront of celerbations.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook has tweeted a quote from Steve Jobs in memory of his birthday as a touching gesture, but Ethereum scammers have hijacked replies with false promises of free money.
Virgin Mobile is sweet seventeen, and in celebration is offering you some special discount deals with dollops of added data to delight and for download.
It feels like a lifetime ago - 25 years ago this week Australia first connected to what became known as the Internet.
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