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|Apple Museum, The|
Database of historical facts and information about Apple and its products. Divided into four parts: history, products, biographies, and codenames.
|History of Computers|
Going back as early as the 13th century, biographies of men who dreamed of thinking machines are featured, and the machines that preceded the computer are outlined.
Houses a large amount of information about old computers from a variety of manufacturers. Complete with time lines of various manufacturers and computer lines as well.
Virtual museum of vintage PC's. Browse computers by name, company or year. Also reviews, manifestations, a collectors database, and fun stuff.
|A Computer is Born|
Special report about the creation of ENIAC, or Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer. Includes the roots of ENIAC during World War II, the use of vacuum tube devices, programming done by women.
Provides a database of Apple Macintosh computers searchable by year of manufacture, product family or processor type.
|Chip History Center|
Offers videos relevant to semiconductors, documents and key presentations relevant to the history of the semiconductor industry.
|Computer History Museum|
Collection includes artifacts from pre- computing to supercomputing, with a primary emphasis on post-WWII electronic computing.
Not only a historical resource for large-scale computing servers such as Cray servers, but also offering public access to work with these servers over the Internet.
|History of Computing|
Includes information on people, corporations, and machines; organizations and museums; links to historical overviews.
|John W. Mauchly and the Development of the ENIAC Computer|
History of the emergence of modern computing. From an exhibit at the University of Pennsylvania.
Offers historical information about the development of human to computer interaction. Includes beginnings of the computer mouse, with archive including special feature of original 1968 Joint Computer Conference demo video clips.
|The History of Backup|
This article features important milestones in the history of data backup evolution from punched cards and magnetic tape reels to emergence of network technologies with complex systems for remote backup storage.
|Turing Archive for the History of Computing|
Collection of digital facsimiles of original documents by Turing and other pioneers of computing. Includes a biography and photographs of Turing, articles and reference materials covering the Turing machine.