Today the amount of cities in the United States of America with more than a million residents is a double digit number. But all of those cities — as well as all the cities smaller than them — had to start at zero.
Here's a look back on the promising rise, troubled growth, and inglorious fall of Plastc.
With the power to decimate a specific target, rocket launchers have captured popular imagination since the '80s.
Ten years ago today, on June 29, 2007, Apple released the first iPhone. Here's what tech reviewers thought about it at the time.
An addiction, a dating website, the next Friendster — here's what people had to say about Facebook before it took over the world.
Snapchat currently has over 100 million daily users. It's valued at $16 billion. And back when it first exploded onto the scene, it took a long time for people to actually take it seriously.
Flickr for videos. The next big thing. Destined to die at the hands of copyright lawsuits. YouTube rules the web these days, but what were people saying back in 2005 before it ascended to the throne?