Description: The research report How Computer Evolved Computer Science Seminar casts light on important breakthrough research that happened in the domain of Computer Sciences. It begins stating the invention of the ingenious machine to the present inventions.
1904: Invention of Thermionic Valve
1938: Conrad Zeus first constructed the world’s first binary digital computer. Z1.
1941: World’s first electromechanical computer was built.
1948: Claude Shannon identified the bit as the fundamental unit of data and the basic unit of computation.
1951: The UNIVAC I developed.
1952: John von Neumann’s IAS computer became operational.
1953: IBM shipped its first electronic computer, the 701.
1955: The first fully transistorized computer, TRADIC.
1956: Experiments began for direct keyboard input on computers. Doug Ross wrote a memo advocating direct access.
1981: Sony shipped the first 3 1/4″ floppy disk and drive. The MS-DOS was released.
1982: Phillips created an erasable optical disk.
The first Cray XPM produced.
The first issue of PC Magazine printed.
Intel introduced the 6 MHz 80286 microprocessor.
Microsoft release MS-DOS 1.1 to IBM.
The first IBM PC clone, the MPC.
Compaq Portable PC introduced.
TCP/IP introduced and Internet’s birth.
1998: Celeron processor shipped
Steve Jobs introduced the iMac.
Microsoft released Windows 98.
America Online buys Netscape Communications.
Motorola officially introduced the G4 processor.
1999: Cyrix released the MII processor – beats PIII
Apple introduced the G3 PowerBook and the iBook.
AMD released the Athlon processor.
Apple released the Power Mac G4 compter (With Motorola G4)
2000: Microsoft unveils Windows 2000 OS and Windows ME.
BeOS v5 OS for PCs released.
Palm III c handheld computer released.
Microsoft launches the pocket PC that runs on Microsoft Windows CE 3.0.
Corel released WordPerfect Office 2000 for Linux.
Apple releases MAC X DR 4.
Compaq introduced the iPAQ Pocket PC handheld computer.
Intel announces Pentium 4.
Microsoft unveils it’s C# (Called C Sharp) language.
Apple introduced the PowerMac G4 Cube.
AMD shipped 1.1 GHz Athlon processor.
2001: Intel announced hyper-threaded P4 capable of working as two processors.
Napster closes down.
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