EVOLUTION OF THE COMPUTER

Timeline created by pedri96
  • Korad Zuse-z1 computer

    Korad Zuse-z1 computer
    First freely programmable computer.
  • John Atanasoff & Clifford BerryABC Computer

    John Atanasoff & Clifford BerryABC Computer
    Who was first in the computing biz is not always as easy as ABC.
  • Howard Aiken & Grace HopperHarvard Mark I Computer

    Howard Aiken & Grace HopperHarvard Mark I Computer
    The Harvard Mark 1 computer.The Harvard Mark 1 computer.
  • John Presper Eckert & John W. MauchlyENIAC 1 Computer

    John Presper Eckert & John W. MauchlyENIAC 1 Computer
    20,000 vacuum tubes later...
  • John Bardeen, Walter Brattain & Wiliam ShockleyThe Transistor

    John Bardeen, Walter Brattain & Wiliam ShockleyThe Transistor
    No, a transistor is not a computer, but this invention greatly affected the history of computers.
  • Frederic Williams & Tom KilburnManchester Baby Computer & The Williams Tube

    Frederic Williams & Tom KilburnManchester Baby Computer & The Williams Tube
    Baby and the Williams Tube turn on the memories.
  • John Presper Eckert & John W. MauchlyUNIVAC Computer

    John Presper Eckert & John W. MauchlyUNIVAC Computer
    First commercial computer & able to pick presidential winners.
  • International Business MachinesIBM 701 EDPM Computer

    International Business MachinesIBM 701 EDPM Computer
    IBM enters into 'The History of Computers'.
  • John Backus & IBM FORTRAN Computer Programming Language

    John Backus & IBM FORTRAN Computer Programming Language
    The first successful high level programming language.
  • Stanford Research Institute, Bank of America, and General ElectricERMA and MICR

    Stanford Research Institute, Bank of America, and General ElectricERMA and MICR
    The first bank industry computer - also MICR (magnetic ink character recognition) for reading checks.
  • Jack Kilby & Robert NoyceThe Integrated Circuit

    Jack Kilby & Robert NoyceThe Integrated Circuit
    Otherwise known as 'The Chip'
  • Steve Russell & MITSpacewar Computer Game

    Steve Russell & MITSpacewar Computer Game
    The first computer game invented.
  • Douglas EngelbartComputer Mouse & Windows

    Douglas EngelbartComputer Mouse & Windows
    Nicknamed the mouse because the tail came out the end.
  • ARPAnet

    ARPAnet
    The original Internet.
  • Intel 1103 Computer Memory

    Intel 1103 Computer Memory
    The world's first available dynamic RAM chip.
  • Alan Shugart &IBMThe "Floppy" Disk

    Alan Shugart &IBMThe "Floppy" Disk
    Nicknamed the "Floppy" for its flexibility.
  • Faggin, Hoff & MazorIntel 4004 Computer Microprocessor

    Faggin, Hoff & MazorIntel 4004 Computer Microprocessor
    The first microprocessor.
  • Robert Metcalfe & XeroxThe Ethernet Computer Networking

    Robert Metcalfe & XeroxThe Ethernet Computer Networking
    Networking.
  • Scelbi & Mark-8 Altair & IBM 5100 Computers

    Scelbi & Mark-8 Altair & IBM 5100 Computers
    The first consumer computers.
  • Apple I, II & TRS-80 & Commodore Pet Computers

    Apple I, II & TRS-80 & Commodore Pet Computers
    More first consumer computers.
  • Dan Bricklin & Bob FrankstonVisiCalc Spreadsheet Software

    Dan Bricklin & Bob FrankstonVisiCalc Spreadsheet Software
    Any product that pays for itself in two weeks is a surefire winner.
  • Seymour Rubenstein & Rob BarnabyWordStar Software

    Seymour Rubenstein & Rob BarnabyWordStar Software
    Word Processors.
  • IBMThe IBM PC - Home Computer

    IBMThe IBM PC - Home Computer
    From an "Acorn" grows a personal computer revolution
  • MicrosoftMS-DOS Computer Operating System

    MicrosoftMS-DOS Computer Operating System
    From "Quick And Dirty" comes the operating system of the century.
  • Apple Lisa Computer

    Apple Lisa Computer
    The first home computer with a GUI, graphical user interface.
  • Apple Macintosh Computer

    Apple Macintosh Computer
    The more affordable home computer with a GUI.
  • Microsoft Windows

    Microsoft Windows
    Microsoft begins the friendly war with Apple.
  • APPLE Power Book 100

    APPLE Power Book 100
    The first portable computer, known for its practical compact design and trackball pointing device positioned in front of the keyboard instead of a mouse.
  • Intel releases the 200 MHz P6.

    Intel releases the 200 MHz P6.
  • ACARD is founded.

    ACARD is founded.
  • The Internet Archive is founded in 1996.

    The Internet Archive is founded in 1996.
  • Google is first developed by Sergey Brin and Larry Page.

    Google is first developed by Sergey Brin and Larry Page.
  • iMac G3 Desktop Computer

     iMac G3 Desktop Computer
    Known for its initial release in a translucent encasing of a bright shade of Bondi blue, the G3 Computer was later offered in a variety of vibrant colors, with matching keypad and mouse.
  • iPod

    iPod
    Subsequently branded in 2006 as “iPod Classic”, the iPod was the first portable media players released by Apple, featuring a black and white LCD screen and 5GB of memory for storing 1,000 audio tracks in MP3 format.
  • Mac book

    Mac book
    Replacing the PowerBook line, the MacBook was recorded as the best-selling Macintosh in history. Its initial design was produced in a mix of polycarbonate and fiberglass, and was aimed at the consumer and education markets.
  • IPHONE

    IPHONE
    The smartphone designed by Apple. The design was the first to integrate a touch-screen device, removing the need for keyboards.
  • Ipad

    Ipad
    The first release in the line of Apple tablet computers, the iPad featured a touch-screen system on a 9.7-inch screen
  • google glasses

    google glasses
  • Cars driving by themself

    Cars driving by themself
  • 3d printers at home

    3d printers at home
  • Micro chip like a phone in our brain

    Micro chip like a phone in our brain
  • Different concept of computer

    Different concept of computer