Internet Host Providers Exceed 1,000

Internet host providers exceeds 1,000 in 1984. Continue reading

Osborne 1 was First Portable Personal Business Computer

Osborne Computer Corporation, founded by British Entrepreneur Adam Osborne developed the Osborne 1, Continue reading

Blaise Pascal

Blaise Pascal (/pæˈskæl, pɑːˈskɑːl/; French: [blɛz paskal]; 19 June 1623 – 19 August 1662) was a French mathematician, physicist, inventor, writer and Catholic theologian. Continue reading

Pascaline was the First Practical Adding Machine

The first practical adding machine, the Pascaline was invented by Blaise Pascal, a French philosopher, mathematician, and scientist in 1642. Continue reading

A Total Internet crash

Because of a status-message virus that was accidentally propagated throughout the network on October 27, 1980, when the ARPANET (the U.S. Department of Defense’s prototype Internet) came to a complete halt, thus becoming the first total Internet crash. Continue reading

Internet hosts exceeded 1,000,000

Thats right in 1992, the number of Internet hosts exceeded 1,000,000 Continue reading

100 million people connected to the Internet

Title: 100 million people connected to the Internet

In 1997 the internet had 100 million people connected to it. Continue reading

William Henry “Bill” Gates III

William Henry "Bill" Gates III (born October 28, 1955) is an American business magnate, investor, author, and philanthropist. Continue reading

Software and Corporation that change the computer world

In 1975, in Seattle, WA, USA, two Americans, William Henry "Bill" Gates III, age 19, and Paul Gardner Allen, age 22, developed a program for the Altair 8800 personal computer to understand software written in the BASIC computer language. Continue reading

Canadian patent issues for Spreadsheet Program

LANPAR was the first spreadsheet program for manipulating matrices of numbers, created by Canadian programmers, RenÈ Pardo and Remy Landau, in 1969/1970 while working at LANPAR Ltd. Continue reading