The History of Atari Computers
Atari may be prominently known for creating video games and game consoles, but the company was also a big player in the personal computer market in the 1980s. After Nolan Bushnell sold the company in 1976, Raymond Kassar looked to move Atari from video...
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In 1971, Nolan Bushnell together with Ted Dabney, created the first arcade game. In 1975, Atari
re-released Pong as a home video game and 150,000 units were sold. In 1996, the new Atari
Interactive division failed to revive the company which was taken over by JTS, a m... More »
The Atari History Museum: The interenets premiere site for information, images
and history of Atari.
Mar 20, 2014 ... Without Atari, the history of games would have been completely different. The
story of its rise and its many, varied deaths is a fascinating one ...
May 7, 2002 ... Moreover, critical aspects in the Atari history are highlighted in bold text; these
are areas that I feel have had the greatest impact for good or bad ...
Atari's Roller-Coaster RideSuccess came swiftly to Atari. Staying on top proved
harder.Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney founded Atari in June 1972. Five months
The Atari 2600, originally called the Atari VCS, is the godfather of modern
videogame systems, and helped spawn a multi-billion dollar industry. Atari sold