From AT&T to Woz's "US Festival," with DNS, TCP-IP, 1-2-3, Word, "WarGames" and even the first real mobile phone included: 1983 has a heckuva year in tech. A few have already received press attention, but only here can you find all 25 neatly assembled and alphabetized
Chillin' on "The Day After": We've always known that wartime technology will be the death of us, and so it was that "The Day After," a US TV movie, would come to be known as the script for the final chapter: nuclear war. And, sure enough, the survivors have it worse than those who get incinerated. Nuclear winter, anyone?