The Soviet Union may have collapsed. But its first leader Vladimir Lenin lives on thanks to an audiovisual show still running on a small network of Apple II computers at a museum outside of Moscow. The
The Apple II may be more than 40 years old, but Apple’s first mass market personal computer still has plenty of fans. Now those fans can get hold of a brand new injection-molded case for the iconic Steve
Guests on a sightseeing tour got to see what happens when a cruise ship collides with another boat. A ship operated by Dutch Apple Cruises struck another vessel on the Hudson River near Albany, N.Y., Tuesday.
You would have to ride in a time machine back to 1976 and that garage on Crist Drive in Los Altos, Calif., to find 10 Apple 1 computers in the same space. But this weekend, 10 or more will be displayed