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Hackaday Links: June 4, 2017

Quick question: what was the first personal computer? We love pointless arguments over technological history, so let’s just go down the list. It wasn’t an IBM, and the guy who invented the personal computer said he didn’t invent the personal computer. 69 more words

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Hackaday Links: June 4, 2017

Quick question: what was the first personal computer? We love pointless arguments over technological history, so let’s just go down the list. It wasn’t an IBM, and… 422 more words

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One of the first computers built in Steve Jobs' garage sells for over $130,000

”Someone has just bought one of the first computers built by Steve Jobs – and it still works,” Ashitha Nagesh reports for Metro.co.uk. “The rare Apple-1 was one of just 200 the late Apple founder and Steve Wozniak designed, created and sold in 1976. 294 more words

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Zde najdete články o prvním produktu firmy Apple – APPLE I. Vznik počítače Apple I.
Píše se rok 1971, když se poprvé setkávají Steve Jobs a Stephen G. 865 more words

Apple I Pieces Exhibited in Seattle

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This video features an exhibition on some few-still-survive pieces of Apple I, the first product released by Apple Computer Company (Now Apple Inc.), at The Living Computer Museum in Seattle.

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Today, in 1976, the Apple I computer was released! Man, we have really come a long way since then, and i am sure the creator Steve Wozniak is proud to see how far his company has come since this release. 99 more words

'Most important computer in history,' Steve Jobs' Apple I, star of Living Computers museum

”The Living Computers: Museum + Labs in Seattle is home to some of the most noteworthy machines ever created,” Kurt Schlosser reports for GeekWire.But a new exhibit opening this week will showcase what one official at the Paul Allen-founded institution called ‘the most important computer in history.'” 380 more words

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