The AMC drama 'Halt and Catch Fire' is an engaging drama about a Texas computer company developing one of the first IBM clones in 1983.
It's easy to fall in love with Her, Computerworld, and MIT
Leaving Computerworld for MIT gave me access to resources such as CSAIL, making possible a review of the film Her's artificial intelligence.
Jobs movie applies its own reality distortion field
Jobs, the feature-length movie starring Ashton Kutcher as the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs, will entertain and frustrate Apple fans with its acting and script.
Darth Vader's License to Intimidate
A vanity license plate invoking Star Wars' Darth Vader was spotted in Computerworld's parking lot, resulting in a surprising family tale.
The Technology and Security of Iron Man 2
Ken Gagne of Computerworld and Bill Brenner of CSO dissect Marvel's metallic superhero, from the technology's feasibility to the unintended Ballmer caricature.
The Best of the Super Bowl's IT Commercials
Computerworld has a gallery of technology advertisements from Super Bowls past. Here are two of my favorites.
To Boldly Go Where No Mac Has Gone Before
Gene Roddenberry's early Apple Mac Plus has boldly gone where no Mac had gone before. Now it can be yours — if the price is right.
Do Sci-Fi Films Get Advanced Tech Right?
We look at six advanced technologies, from artificial intelligence to virtual reality, to see how close we've come to science fiction films' visions.