Z1 ComputerThe Z1 was invented by Conrad Zuse in Germany. It was the first freely programmable computer ever. Unfortunatly, the computer was destroyed in 1943 during a bombing raid.
ENIAC ComputerENIAC stands for Electronical Numerical Intergration And Computer. It was invented by the university of Pennsylvania. It was the first computer ever invented and was quite a space consumer.
First Transistor Invented
TransistorThe first transistor was invented at Bell Labs in America. A transistor has the ability to amplify the amount of energy that went into it. It then became one of the most important elements of a computer.
UNIVAC 1 Invented
UNIVAC I ComputerUNIVAC 1 stands for UNIV Automatic Computer 1. It was concieved by J. Presper Eckert and John Mauchly, the inventors of the ENIAC. It was was designed to by sold commercially and it was a much more effecient and effective upgrade of the ENIAC. But this computer like, its predecessor, it was not a space saver.
Tennis For Two
Tennis For TwoThe first video game ever invented was 'tennis for two,' created by William Higinbotham. The game later became known as pong. The game was very popular.
PDP-8 ComputerThe PDP-8 was the first successful commercial microcomputer. More than 50,00 units have been sold at 18,000. It was produced by the Digital Equipment Corporation. For its time, the computer was inexpensive, fast, and compact.
ARPAnetThe ARPANET or Advanced Research Projects Agency Network was developed as a warfighting device, to transfer information and be able to survive a nuclear war. It was a progenitor of what was to become the global Internet.
Micral ComputerThe Micral was the first computer that was designed for commercial use. It used a micro-processor and it was designed to be a fast, personal computer, which means it was created so it was less space comsuming and had a user-friendly interface. For its time, it was very inexpensive.
InternetBy the 1970s the ARPAnet was quickly evolving into what the internet is today. Internet was short for Internetworking. The internet was a cloud in which files could be shared and displayed, and messages could be sent electronically. By the late 1980s the internet became less of a warfigting device and more of a social instrument. The internet allowed people to be connected.
Apple MacintoshThe Macintosh was the first commercially successful computer to be mouse-driven with a graphic user interface, instead of a command line. It set the standard for all the computers following its creation.
Wi-FiThe Wi-Fi was invented by the military so they could connect to the internet wirelessly. It was then sold commercially. Wi-Fi was fast and efficient.
GoogleGoogle is a website that was invented to search the internet for other websites. It was very useful because if someone needed to find something on the infinitely large internet, one can go to google to find it.
WikipediaWikipedia is an encyclopedia that is established on the internet. It includes a wide variety of information in many subjects. Wikipedia offers millions of different articles in a variety of languages
iphoneThe iPhone was developed by Apple. It was one of Apple's most expensive projects. It cost 150 million dollars over a course of 30 months to develop. Over 6 million units of the origional iPhone were sold.