Vacuum tube computers are programmable digital computers using vacuum tube
logic circuitry. ... Colossus, 1943, First programmable electronic digital computer.
... 1951, First commercially available...
The first electronic digital computer was the ABC built by John V. Atanasoff and ...
The first commercially available electronic computer in the USA was the ...
The first commercially available electronic computer, UNIVAC I, was also the first
... electronic digital computer called ENIAC, the Electronic Numerical Integrator ...
Name: Z3 Machine (my vote for the first real computer, editor) Photo Developer: ...
1946 - First large scale, general purpose, electronic digital computer. Name: ...
Also first commercially available machine to use stored programs and a compiler.
On this day in History, UNIVAC computer dedicated on Jun 14, 1951. ... Bureau
dedicates UNIVAC, the world's first commercially produced electronic digital
computer. .... demand to know the identity of ”those with Jewish-sounding names.
Feb 15, 2012 ... ... 1946, the first ever general purpose digital electronic computer was ... The
machine was called the ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer).
... There was already at this time several different other computers available, ....
first commercial computer company, the Eckert-Mauchly Computer ...
Canada's first commercially available general purpose electronic digital
computer. ... (The name Ferut, pronounced “ferret”, is an amalgam of the name
Ferranti ... Thus the computer became available to the University of Toronto at a
fire-sale price. ... first electronic computer in Canada and only the second
commercially sold ...
It in turn was the basis of the first commercially available computer, the ... or “
Baby”, also called the Manchester Automatic Digital Machine or MADM, ...
thereby being the world's first electronic stored-program computer to become
First commercial computers used vacuum tubes: Univac, IBM 701. ... 1976 -
CRAY 1 - The world's first electronic digital computer, developed in 1946. ... 1990
- Tim Berners-Lee invented the networked hypertext system called the ... 1996 -
Personal Digital Assistants (such as the Palm Pilot became available to
By 1624, tables with 14 significant digits were available for the logarithms of
numbers ... He called it a Calculating Clock, which modern engineers have been
able to ... he built his Arithmometer, the first commercial mass-produced
calculating device. .... The first electronic digital computers of a century later
lacked this ability.