There was a third Apple founder. Ronald Wayne sold his 10% stake for $800 in 1976.
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Lovers of 'Back to the Future' are about to get really excited.
An art project called NeuroKnitting turns brain activity into fashion.
Baby cages were once an acceptable way for city-dwelling parents to let their children get some air.
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The super-efficient heatless dryer uses up to 10 times less energy than the standard tumble dryer—and may finish the job 20 minutes faster.
In 1983, a welder-cum-exotic dancer inspired a generation to “take your passion, and make it happen.”
Her history-making movie deal would earn her nearly $22,000,000 today.
The comedy legend's headstone serves as his final marquee.
Here's what happens when "The Boy With No Name" decides to start a "Horsing Around Club."
Craig answers a reader-submitted Big Question about accents in the 18th century.
We talked to Patrick Carrajat, founder and curator of the Elevator Historical Society in Queens, New York, about the ups and downs of his industry.