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 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.
The Amstrad CPC 464 or the Colour Personal Computer was an 8-bit micro from Amstrad
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.
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.
Imagine, that the firs computers filled the whole room. Now we have computers such small that they can be put in our pocket. Explore the evolution of computers and find out what technological achievements allowed computers to become as powerful as we have them now.
Sinclair Interface 2. Twin joystick ports and ROM capable
Reminiscing about the Sinclair ZX Spectrum
It was my first PC. I bought it back in 1986. By 1990 I was crazy enough to own three of them. Somehow, which I can’t exactly put my finger on, this computer was a thrill to use. Why? Maybe because it was way ahead of its time back then. Maybe...
So what did the first computer look like? This article looks at a few of the earliest computational devices in the world, giving a brief history. Want to see just how far we've come? Read on!