• Thursday13th October 1977

    North Star Computers (Kentucky Fried Computers)

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    North Star Computers was originally named Kentucky Fried Computer and changed their name prior to the release of their Horizon product, an eight-bit business computer that was shipped with the then industry-standard CP/M operating system or North Star's proprietary operating system, NDOS. While init... see all details



  • Thursday16th June 1977

    Oracle Corporation

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    Oracle is an American multinational computer technology corporation headquartered in Redwood City, California, United States. The company specializes in developing and marketing computer hardware systems and enterprise software products – particularly its own brands of database management syst... see all details



  • Saturday16th April 1977

    Apple II Introduced

    events_image The Apple II invented by Steve Wozniak at the first West Coast Computer Faire. It was among the first successful personal computers back then. It also helped Apple Computer, Inc. to be recognized.



  • Saturday16th April 1977

    Apple II introduced at the West Coast Computer Fair

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    The Apple II is the second computer designed by Steve Wozniac and Steve Jobs. When it was introduced at the West Coast Computer Fair in April of 1977, it launched Apple as a successful computer company and Apple II went on to become one of the first highly successful mass-produced computer advertise... see all details



  • Saturday1st January 1977

    VideoBrain Computer Co

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    The VideoBrain Family Computer was designed and produced by the VideoBrain Computer Company of California in 1977. It was not widely available, although Macy's department store briefly carried the computer on its shelves. It was sold in various configurations, and the price ranged from $500 to $1100... see all details