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...
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.
Reminiscing about the Sinclair ZX Spectrum
The Commodore 64 is one of the greatest ever 8-bit machines
The SORD M5 was a lesser known Japanese computer that hit the shelves in 1982
The world's first analog computer was built by the Romans.. 2,000 years ago! See images of the Antikythera mechanism, learn about its history, and see it come to life in video.
Computer per se is a very broad subject, and in order to begin grasping its essence, it is best to understand terminology associated with it like Information Age and data vizaviz information.
The first true computer was actually designed but never built by Charles Babbage more than 170 years ago. The design relied on rotating cogs and steam power, but it was capable of doing essentially all the computations done by our modern electronic computer, but at a much slower speed....
The Amstrad CPC 464 or the Colour Personal Computer was an 8-bit micro from Amstrad
Machines like the Commodore Amiga and Atari ST paved the way for 16-bit technology