• Thursday1st April 1976

    Apple Inc.

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    Apple Inc., formerly Apple Computer, Inc., is an American multinational corporation headquartered in Cupertino, California that designs, develops, and sells consumer electronics, computer software and personal computers. Its best-known hardware products are the Mac line of computers, the iPod music ... see all details



  • Thursday1st January 1976

    Acer Inc.

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    Acer Inc. is a Taiwanese multinational hardware and electronics corporation headquartered in Xizhi, New Taipei City, Taiwan. Acer's products include inexpensive desktop and laptop PCs, tablet computers, servers, storage devices, displays, smartphones and peripherals. It also provides e-business serv... see all details



  • Thursday1st January 1976

    Interact Electronics

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    Interact Electronics was started in 1976 by Ken Lochner, a programmer who in the 1960's worked on the Dartmouth Time-Sharing System The Interact computer was originally envisioned as a simple 4K game machine without a keyboard, but further development showed that it could be much more - a full-fledg... see all details



  • Thursday1st January 1976

    Vector Graphic Inc

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    Vector Graphic was formed in 1976 by two house wives,  Lore Harp and Carole  Ely. Bob Harp, Lore’s husband was making pcbs (8K ram boards) in their garage and trying to sell these boards to micro-computer manufacturers. The wives decided to make their own company and so VG was born a... see all details



  • Thursday1st January 1976

    PolyMorphic Systems

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    PolyMorphic Systems was a manufacturer of microcomputer boards and systems based on the S-100 bus. Their products included the Poly-88 and the System 8813. The company was incorporated in California in 1976 as Interactive Products Corporation d/b/a PolyMorphic Systems. It was initially based in... see all details



  • Friday15th August 1975

    The Digital Group

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    The Digital Group was the first company to produce a system built around the Zilog Z80 processor. Their hobbyist-targeted products were based on a system of interchangeable boards and components which allowed users to upgrade to different CPUs without having to replace their peripherals. Their produ... see all details



  • Tuesday15th April 1975

    Processor Technology

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    Processor Technology Corporation was a personal computer company founded in April 1975 by Gary Ingram and Bob Marsh in Berkeley, California. Their first product was a 4K byte RAM board that was compatible with the MITS Altair 8800 computer but more reliable than the MITS board. This was followed by ... see all details



  • Monday14th April 1975

    Microsoft Inc.

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    Microsoft Corporation is an American multinational software corporation headquartered in Redmond, Washington that develops, manufactures, licenses, and supports a wide range of products and services related to computing. The company was founded by Bill Gates and Paul Allen on April 4, 1975. Microsof... see all details



  • Wednesday1st January 1975

    Ohio Scientific Inc.

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    Ohio Scientific Inc. (also known as Ohio Scientific Instruments) was a United States computer company that built and marketed microcomputers from 1975 to 1981. Their best known products were the Challenger series of microcomputers, but they also sold a variety of computer kits, single-board com... see all details



  • Wednesday1st January 1975

    Sphere Corporation

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    The Sphere I was a personal computer completed in 1975 by Michael Donald Wise of Sphere Corporation, of Bountiful, Utah. The Sphere I featured a Motorola 6800 CPU, onboard ROM, Monitor, 4 KB of RAM, and a keyboard with a numeric keypad. Sphere I. The Sphere I was among the earliest microcomputers. M... see all details



  • Tuesday16th July 1974

    Jonathan Titus

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  • Tuesday1st January 1974

    Exidy

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    Exidy was one of the largest creators of arcade video games during the early period of video games, from 1974 until at least 1986 (when Chiller was released ). The company was founded by H.R. "Pete" Kauffman. The name "Exidy" was a portmanteau of the words "Excellence in Dynamics." Some of the nota... see all details



  • Tuesday1st January 1974

    Cromemco

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    Cromemco was a Mountain View, California microcomputer company known for its high-end Z80-based S-100 bus computers in the early days of the personal computer revolution. The Cromemco Dazzler was the first color graphics card available for personal computers. The company began as a partnership in 19... see all details



  • Sunday1st July 1973

    Synertek System Corp

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    Synertek, Inc. was an American semiconductor manufacturer founded in 1973. The initial founding group consisted of Bob Schreiner (from Fairchild), Dan Floyd, Zvi Grinfas, Jack Balletto, and Gunnar Wetlesen. The manufacturing technology was MOS/LSI (Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor Large-Scale-Integrat... see all details



  • Friday15th June 1973

    IMS Associates Inc.

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    IMS Associates, Inc., or IMSAI', was a microcomputer company, responsible for one of the earliest successes in personal computing, the IMSAI 8080. The company was founded in 1973 by William Millard and was based in San Leandro, California. Their first product launch was the IMSAI 8080 in 1975. One o... see all details



  • Monday15th January 1973

    Sinclair Research

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    Sinclair Research Ltd is a British consumer electronics company founded by Sir Clive Sinclair in Cambridge. Originally incorporated in 1973 as Ablesdeal Ltd. and renamed to Westminster Mail Order Ltd and then Sinclair Instrument Ltd. in 1975, it remained dormant until 1976, when it was activated wit... see all details



  • Monday15th January 1973

    Intelligent Systems Corporation

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    Founded in Georgia in 1973, Intelligent Systems became a publicly traded company in 1981. During the 1980’s, we created and operated a number of businesses that were market leaders in such product areas as intelligent terminals, multifunction and graphics cards, color monitors, portable comput... see all details



  • Monday15th January 1973

    Rockwell International

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    Rockwell International was a major American manufacturing conglomerate in the latter half of the 20th century, involved in aircraft, the space industry, both defense-oriented and commercial electronics, automotive and truck components, printing presses, valves and meters, and industrial automat... see all details



  • Monday15th January 1973

    Nate Wadsworth and Bob Findley

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    SCELBI (SCientific ELectronic BIological, pronounced "sell-bee") Computer Consulting was a personal-computer hardware and software manufacturer located in Milford, Connecticut. It was founded in 1973 by Nat Wadsworth and Bob Findley. Initially, they sold hardware (called the SCELBI-8H) based on the ... see all details



  • Monday1st January 1973

    RM Education

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    RM Education is a British company specializing in providing products and services to educational organizations and establishments, including schools, colleges, universities, government education departments & educational agencies. While RM is primarily involved in supplying information communica... see all details



  • Saturday15th January 1972

    R2E

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    R2E (for R éalisation of E studies É electronic) is a company founded in 1970 by Paul Magneron, manager, with the associated CERME SA and André Truong Trong Thi . This company is known to have designed and marketed what is considered the first computer , the Micral . In 1972, an... see all details



  • Saturday1st January 1972

    Atari Inc.

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    Atari, Inc. was an American video game and home computer company founded in 1972 by Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney. Primarily responsible for the formation of the video arcade and modern video game industries, the company was closed and its assets split in 1984 as a direct result of the North Am... see all details



  • Monday15th June 1970

    Computer Terminal Corporation

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    Datapoint Corporation, originally known as Computer Terminal Corporation (CTC), was a computer company based in San Antonio, Texas, United States. Founded in July 1968 by Phil Ray and Gus Roche, its first products were, as the company's initial name suggests, computer terminals intended to replace T... see all details



  • Thursday1st January 1970

    Nokia

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    The Nokia Corporation (Finnish: Nokia Oyj, Swedish: Nokia Abp; Finnish pronunciation: [ˈnokiÉ‘], English /ˈnÉ’kiÉ™/) (OMX: NOK1V, NYSE: NOK, FWB: NOA3) is a Finnish multinational communications and information technology corporation (originally a paper production plant) that is headquartered ... see all details