The first computer

Technological History


    ENIAC ( Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer) was the first computer to be built. ENIAC was developed in 1946 by John Mauchly and John Presper Eckert to calculate artillery firing tables for the United States Army.
  • Videogame; Bouncing Ball

    Videogame; Bouncing Ball
    Based on military technology (Cathode Red Tube) Charley Adama created a "Bouncing Ball" program for MIT's Whirlwind computer. This invention later influenced "Tennis for Two" the first Interactive game invented in 1958
  • First Computer Printer

    First Computer Printer
    The first high-speed printer was developed by Remington-Rand for use on the Univac computer.
  • Floppy Disk

    Floppy Disk
    The disk was developed in San Jose, California by David L. Noble who worked at IBM. The purpose of the disk was to develop a reliable and inexpensive system for loading microcode into their System/370. The result was an 8-inch-diameter (200 mm) flexible diskette they called the "memory disk" which had the capacity of 80 kilobytes.
  • Walkman

    What It Looked LikeThe walk man was an inovation developed by Sony whcih allowed owners to listen to music while on the road.
  • Play Station 1

    Play Station 1
    Part 2Play Station DocumentaryIt was originally a joint project between Nintendo and Sony to create a CD-ROM for the Super Famicom/SNES console. The Play Station console was released in 1991.
  • Play Station 2

    Play Station 2
    This sequal was the first video consoloe to reach 100 million units shipped, accomplishing the feat within 5 years and 9 months from its launch.
  • Flash Drive

    Flash Drive
    An amazing technology designed by IBM which served for the purpose to store data on a compact drive which could easily be moved. On December 15, 2000, the replacement of the floppy disk was launched.
  • IPOD

    On October 23, 2001, Steve Jobs announced the iPod the 5 GB hard drive that put "1,000 songs in your pocket." Thsi digital version of Sony's walkman was a true innovation the the music industry.
  • Play Station 3

    Play Station 3
    Released on November 11, 2006, the PlayStation 3 is the third in the family of Play Station. It competes with the Xbox 360 and the Wii video game consoles. It is the first console in the series to introduce the use of motion controls in games through the use of the SIXAXIS Wireless Controller along with other features, such as Blu-ray Disc and Full High-definition resolution graphics capability. The PlayStation 3 comes in 20 GB, 40 GB, 60 GB, 80 GB, 160 GB, 120