The Z1, Fisrt programable computerhttp://www.horst-zuse.homepage.t-online.de/Konrad_Zuse_index_english_html/biography.html
the Z1 constucted by Konrad Zuse was the first programable computer
The Z3 by Konrad Zuse was the First frealy progarable computer. it didn't store a program in the memory. it contained almost every component of a modern computer
Release of IBM 701http://www-03.ibm.com/ibm/history/exhibits/701/701_intro.html
The IBM 701 Defence Caculator was IBM"s fisrt comercial computer for science. Being 25 times Faster and less than a quater in size of their IBM SSEC.
The First "Supercomputer"http://www.cisl.ucar.edu/computers/gallery/cdc/6600.jsp
the CDC 6600 computer by the Control Data Corporation is seen as the first "Supercomputer". at it's time it clocked speeds of 100 nanoseconds, one of the fisrt to use Freon refigerant for cooling and the first to use a CRT console. it had 65000 60-bit word of memory. it was decommissioned in 1977
The First Portable Computerhttp://history-computer.com/ModernComputer/Personal/Dynabook.html
this concept devloped by Alan Kay was the first idea for a portable computer. This idea was out of time and tech hasn't advaced this far. the first working prototype was built 20 years later when the tech avlabile could produce this
The ARPANet, earliest form of the internethttp://www.livinginternet.com/i/ii_arpanet.htm
the ARPANet, a wide area Packet Switching Network was one of the fisrt of its kind. in 1969 it became a 2 node network. it was retired in 1990 in favour of the NSFNET
Mangnavox Odyssey, first comercial Video game conslehttp://www.magnavox-odyssey.com/Odyssey%20history.htm
Production of the Odyssey ITL 200 starts and is relased to the public in May the same year, creating the videogame industry.
Altair 8800, First Personal Computerhttp://www.virtualaltair.com/virtualaltair.com/vac_history.asp
this copmputer was realsed in 1975 for personal use in the home,
this was one of the first computers to be fully built instead of a kit
The First Handheld Consoleshttp://www.handheldmuseum.com/Mattel/
Produced by Mattel, the LED-based Handhelds containd one game. They released many titiles, there most common was Football and Auto Race
The Fisrt Audio CD Playerhttp://www.sony.net/SonyInfo/CorporateInfo/History/SonyHistory/2-09.html
Sony releases the first comercial CD player called the CDP-101. it had a horizontal tray-loading system instead of vertically from there demostration models. colaberating with CBS/Sony, Philips and Polygram made the first CD player.
it was born almost 100 years after the invetion of the phonogarph by Edison. it was retailed at 168000 yen, a steep price but compared to other systems it was inexpensive.
the Nintendo Game Boyhttp://www.engadget.com/2006/03/03/a-brief-history-of-handheld-video-games/
The Nintendo Game Boy was the first Handheld Consle to feature interchangeable games called cartridges or game packs. It has sold over 110 milion units including the fith gen. Game Boy Color making it the most susccesful console produced to date.
The World Wide Webhttp://www.w3.org/History.html
Tim Berners-Lee invents the World Wide Web in 1989 and support by CERN. 20 yeras after the first ineternet. In 1990 he creates the first web page http://nxoc01.cern.ch/hypertext/WWW/TheProject.html (No Longer supported). His invetion becomes the bases of today's internet
The Fifth Gen. of Gaminghttp://segaretro.org/Generations_of_video_games#Fifth_generation
The Fifth Gen. of Gaming is considered a important step in the industry. It was the era of 32 and 64-bit games. The introduction of CD-Roms and 3D sprites made it a stardard for the furture generations of gaming. This gen. of gaming ended in 1998 upon the relase of the 6th gen.
The Fisrt SmartPhonehttp://www.techhive.com/article/199243/a_brief_history_of_smartphones.html
The IBM Simon was the first attempt to create a smart phone. it had voice and data services in one package. its fetaures were a mobile phone, a PDA, a Fax Machine and a touchscreen numpad
the Birth of Googlehttps://www.google.com.au/intl/en/about/company/timeline/
Larry Page and Sergey Brin had built a serach engine called BackRub in 1996 to detrmine the impotance of webpages. the Domain Google.com was established on Sept. 15th 1997 and changing there name after the math word "googol". Google's incorporates on Sept 4th 1998.
The BlackBerry 5810http://www.techhive.com/article/199243/a_brief_history_of_smartphones.html
This mobile device changed the smartphone industry. it was able to recive emails and surf the web. it had a downside were the user had to put in headset for talking. this feature was removed in the Blackberry 6210
The Apple iPhonehttp://apple-history.com/iphone
This new peice of technology became a revoultion in the smartphone industry. The iPhone had a intergarted TouchScreen Dispaly and a Web Browser that offerd a unique experience on Smartphones. it's interface and applications made it very popular amongst the world. The iPod Touch released in Sept. the same year, was a iPhone without the Phone, Camera and Bluetooth.
DotA 2's The International (TI) hosted by Vavle Corporation is the largest Esports competition to date. Topping the largest prize pool in 2011 with over $1 million, in 2013 with almost $2.9 million and 2014 with almost $11 milion in USD