The IBM 610 Auto-Point Computer is one of the first personal computers, in the sense of a computer to be used by one person whose previous experience with computing might only have been with desk calculators. It was controlled interactively by a keyboard. The principal designer of this machine was John Lentz, as part of his work for the Watson Lab at Columbia University.
invented by MITS
Altair 8800 is the spark that ignited the microcomputer revolution.
invented by Malcom McLean
An intermodal container, often called a shipping container, is a large…
invented by Seymour Cray
The Cray-1, the first commercially developed supercomputer.
invented by Douglas Engelbart
A computer mouse (plural mice, sometimes mouses)[nb 1] is a hand-held pointing…
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