I have not failed,
I have just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.
[ Thomas Alva Edison]
Ada Lovelace’s life and work had an impact not just on the world of science and technology, but on writers, artists, and scholars of all kinds from her time to the present day.
In celebration of the 200th birthday of this remarkable 19th Century thinker, ACM Books has released “Ada’s Legacy: Cultures of Computing from the Victorian to the Digital Age,” which highlights her continued relevance in discussions about gender and technology in the digital age. Owing to the book’s unique interdisciplinary appeal, Ada’s Legacy is an important contribution to the Lovelace scholarship that has proliferated in the 21st Century.
Creator Of C Programming :: Denis Mac Elister Reche.
Denis Mac Elister Richi is the creator of the programming language “ C ”. On the 9th September 1941, Denis Richi was bon in the NewYork city. C programming language was produced by this great scientist. Denis Richi & Brian Carnign accordingly was published the Book The “ C Programming language ” also, remind that this book is called the great book for C Programming language. Denis Richi is the co – organizer of the UNIX operating System. LINUX, Solaris, BSD, MaC OSX, etc, operating system was came from the inspiration of the UNIX operating system.
On 12 October, 2011, this Great Computer Scientist Denis Reche was left from the world. Denis Reche was achieved the Higher Degree & Ph.D from Harvard University. His many creativity software architect system was change the way of software engineering system. on 1983, Reche was got the Nobel on Computer System for the basic idea of Operating System & UNIX operating system. also, he was achieved IEEE Richard W Haming Honor for the creating of C & UNIX system, in 1990. On 1998, Reche was got the America (United States of America’s ) higher Honor “ National Scientist Award ”
Ralph Baer, an IEEE Fellow who paved the way for modern home video game consoles, died 6 December at the age of 92.
In 1966, while sitting outside of the Port Authority Bus Terminal, in New York City, Baer used a pencil and paper to sketch his idea for a “game box” that would allow people to play a variety of games on almost any American television set. He then collaborated with colleagues at Sanders Associates (now BAE Electronics), a former defense contractor, in Nashua, N.H., to develop a prototype console called the “Brown Box.” The soundless multiplayer system included clear plastic overlay sheets that could be taped to the player’s TV screen to add color, playing fields, and other graphics. It ran games off printed-circuit-board cartridges that controlled switches to alter the circuit logic, depending on the game.
In 1968 the company licensed the system to TV-set maker Magnavox, which named it the Odyssey. The company offered it in the United States in 1972 and sole 130,000 units the first year. It came with games that included football, a shooting game, and a table tennis game that predated Atari’s popular version, called Pong. Magnavox later sued Atari for patent infringement, saying Pong was a copy of Odyssey’s table tennis game. The case was settled out of court.
ENIAC, the first electronic general-purpose computer, took up 167 square meters of space. Almost 50 years later, as of 1996, you could simulate the ENIAC using a silicon chip the size of your fingernail and a circuit board.
Technologies that we use today would you like to see shrink in the next 50 years.
Google’s innovative search technologies connect millions of people around the world with information every day. Founded in 1998 by Stanford Ph.D. students Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Google today is a top web property in all major global markets. Google’s targeted advertising program provides businesses of all sizes with measurable results, while enhancing the overall web experience for users. Google is headquartered in Silicon Valley with offices throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia.
Founded on :: Sep-1998
Industry :: Internet Publishing and Broadcasting and Web Search Portals
Yearly Revenue :: >1B
People :: 10,000 or More
Alias :: google.com, Google Inc.
first digital music studios in the world ||
On the 24 January was the Birthday of MAC-Apple OS.
Now people listening enough musics. But Dear all of my friends – do you know that Apple first established the digital music studio in the world. Later other Music studio following the design of Apple Inc.
Pioneering electronic music Electro-acoustic composer JON APPLETON established one of the first digital music studios in the world, and it was built completely around the Macintosh.
1950 – IBM – International Business Machine
Linux – birthday of Linus Torvalds, the father of Linux – 28th december
1991 – NCR Corporation with AT&T invented the precursor to 802.11, first 1st Wireless product under the name WaveLAN.
1999 – Wi-Fi Alliance was formed as a trade association. Yin- Yang is invented wifi logo.
2004 – first Wi – fi enabled city Mysore became India’s and Second wifi enabled city was Jerusalem.