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Computer Timeline. 1939. David Packard and Bill Hewlett first made a product named the HP 200A Audio Oscillator. This piece of product instantly became a popular piece of test equipment for engineers. 1951.

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Computer timeline

Computer Timeline


Computer timeline

1939

  • David Packard and Bill Hewlett first made a product named the HP 200A Audio Oscillator. This piece of product instantly became a popular piece of test equipment for engineers.


Computer timeline

1951

  • Edward R. Murrow was running 35 hours a week at 90- percent utility using an electro tube memory. He completed this in 1945. He also used an electrostatic tube memory for it.


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1972

  • Hewlett-Packard announced the new HP-35 . The machine was a faster and small computer. It had a solid-state memory similar t0 that of a computer.


Computer timeline

1979

  • Atari introduced his new model the Model 400 and 800 computer. Designed two microcomputers with game capabilities. It had technical and marketing problems, Apple 2, Commodore PET, and TRS-80 computers.


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1994

  • Marc Andreessen and Jim Clark founded as Mosaic Communications Corporation in April of 1994. its name was soon changed to Netscape and it delivered its first browser in October of 1994.


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