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April 7, 2008: Intel ATOM Processor Launched

2008– Intel launches their newest processor: the ATOM processor. It’s codename was Silverthorne. It is a ATOM Z single processor using the 45 nm die processes (the processor was smaller than a penny). The ATOM processor would run at 800 MHZ with a 512 L2 cache and 533 Front side bus. The most current ATOM processor is the S1220, S1240 and S1260 for servers (released December 2012). ATOM processors can run 32 bit and 64 bit hardware and software. Wikazine – Full show notes for April 7 [dithy] Sun lays off Scalable System Group Workforce AOL VoIP launches Publication of the...

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April 5, 1995: Security Administration Tool (SATAN) Released

1995– The program is called the Security Administrator Tool for Analyzing Networks. But you may call it SATAN. The Perl written program – Written by Dan Famer and Wietse Venema –  was released to help network admins find vulnerabilities in their remote systems. There was a lot of controversy over the tool and it’s release, since it was the first user friendly tool.SATAN was never updated since, and has been replaced with: Nessus and SAINT. Wikazine – Full show notes for April 5 AOL unveils Netscape Navagator v. 6 Honeywell MicroSystem 6/10 Apple releases Boot Camp for dual booting Mac Book: Protecting Networks with SATAN Podcast:...

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April 4, 1975: Microsoft Founded

1975– Paul Allen and Bill Gates founded Microsoft in Albuquerque, NM. The company was founded there simply because that is where Micro Instrumentation and Telemetry Systems (MITS) is located. The duo was building BASIC for the Altair 8800. Wikazine – Full show notes for April 4 The Yorkshire Posse attacks 13 corporate sites Gmail is integrated into Google calendar Mosaic is founded. It would later become Netscape Communications Corp. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe! iTunes | Android | RSS | More Subscribe Options

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April 1, 2004: Gmail Invitation Only Beta

2004 – Google releases their Webmail service in “Gmail” . They release it as an invitation only beta. That would stay in effect until February 7, 2007. Wikazine – Full show notes of Technology History for April 1 Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak incorporate Apple Computer Company Windows Mobile 6.1 released Cyrix vs. Intel Lawsuit settled. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe! iTunes | Android | RSS | More Subscribe Options

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March 22, 1993: First Pentium Processor Shipped

1993 – The first Pentium processors get shipped out. The 80586, invented y Vinod Dahm, ran at 60 and 66 MHz clock speeds. 3.1 million transistors and 4 GB of addressable memory. It was fabricated in a 0.8 µm BiCMOS process. It was replaced by the P54C. Wikazine – Full show notes for March 22 The Vinyl version of the DVD – the CED – was patented The first laser was patented to Bell Telephone Labratories BLEEM! begins accepting pre-orders Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe! iTunes | Android | RSS | More Subscribe Options

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March 21, 1994: Novell Acquires Corel WordPerfect, Quattro Pro

1994– Novell purchases Quattro Pro (spreadsheet program) and WordPerfect (Word document editor) for $145 million. However, the company ended up selling both software programs to Corel in 1996. Corel continues to update and sell WordPerfect Office x6 – with Quattro Pro in the Professional edition. Wikazine – Full show notes for March 21 The first Twitter post – Just setting up my twttr Hfury Apple TV begins Shipping Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe! iTunes | Android | RSS | More Subscribe Options

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March 20, 2005: Yahoo Acquires Photo Site Flickr

2005– Yahoo acquires Ludicorp and the popular photo sharing site Flickr. No details were released on this purchase. On Yahoo’s blog they outline that Flickr will continue to run as-is, while Yahoo Photos will incorporate some of the ideals into it’s site. The biggest issue from the deal was that Ludicorp was based in Vancouver, therefore when the data transfered to Yahoo servers the week of June 25th, it became subject to US federal law. Wikazine – Full show notes for March 20 Google Chome adds RSS support 3-COM exit strategy of high-end data networking Apple 20th Anniversary Macintosh (TAM) Podcast:...

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March 19, 2009: Internet Explorer (IE 8) Released

2009 – The face of browsers was changing. Mozilla had made a major push for the browser market and Google had entered into the market with the Chrome browser. In the meantime, Microsoft was getting pressure from the European Union for it’s bundling of the browser on the operating system. Still, Internet Explorer continues on and releases IE8 Wikazine – Full show notes for March 19 IBM PC jr is discontinued Apple releases the Mac IIfx Palm introduces the M500 and M505 handhelds Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe! iTunes | Android | RSS | More Subscribe Options

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