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Timeline: Computer History
1939: David Packard and Bill Hewlett found Hewlett-Packard in a Palo Alto, California garage. Their first product was the HP 200A Audio Oscillator.
1940: The Complex Number Calculator (CNC) is completed.
1941: Konrad Zuse finishes the Z3 computer.

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Main article: History of computing hardware ... Atanasoff–Berry Computer, IBM 604, UNIVAC 60, UNIVAC 120.

www.computerhistory.org/timeline/computers

Called the “Model K” Adder because he built it on his “Kitchen” table, this simple demonstration circuit provides proof of concept for applying Boolean logic to the ...

people.bu.edu/baws/brief%20computer%20history.html

A BRIEF COMPUTER HISTORY. The computer as we know it today had its beginning with a 19th century English mathematics professor name Charles ...

homepage.cs.uri.edu/faculty/wolfe/book/Readings/Reading03.htm

This chapter is a brief summary of the history of Computers. It is supplemented by the two PBS documentaries video tapes "Inventing the Future" And "The ...

www.livescience.com/20718-computer-history.html

Sep 8, 2015 ... The history of computers starts with industrial and governmental needs, which led to huge machines and eventually the Internet, mobile phones ...

www.explainthatstuff.com/historyofcomputers.html

Nov 8, 2016 ... Read on to learn more about the history of computers—or take a look at our article on how computers work. Photo: One of the world's most ...

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Feb 3, 2016 ... A timeline from the first computer, The Turing Machine, to the 1970's. Hope you guys enjoy,and make sure to subscribe and like! Adding ...

www.thoughtco.com/history-of-computers-4082769

Feb 16, 2017 ... Throughout human history, the closest thing to a computer was the abacus, which is actually considered a calculator since it required a human ...

www.computerhope.com/history

The complete history of computers with timeline going from B.C. to 2012 broken down in an easy to read and follow format.