History of Computers
Haven't you always wanted to learn about the history of electronic computers? Here's a short history of computers that you will find very informative and fun to read.
The Amstrad CPC 464 or the Colour Personal Computer was an 8-bit micro from Amstrad
Analog computers represent data in continuous signals with infinite values, while digital computers manipulate binary digit signals. Hybrid computers feature both analog and digital signals.
Pacman was released in 1980 and became a world wide gaming icon
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The Amiga 1200 was launched in 1992 and was the third generation Amiga for the home user
UNIVAC is a name that is a combination of syllables and letters: UNIV-A-C. It means Universal Automatic Computer and was developed by Dr. Presper Eckert...
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By today's standards, the Apollo Guidance Computer seems cumbersome, confusing, and ridiculously antiquated. This clunky, 70-pound technological marvel was essential to fulfilling President Kennedy's vision -- putting...
The human quest to compute began by use of fingers, sticks and stones, and evolved to the abacus calculator around 500BC. These gave birth to the Turing machine and mobiles in 20th and 21st century.
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