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May 11, 2011: Chromebook Introduced, 1979 Visicalc Demonstrated

2011 – Eric Schmidt shows off the new Google Chrome OS but with an added feature as he introduced Google Chromebook – a personal computer with the Google Chrome OS built-in. The device loads straight to the browser where you can install applications for functionality on your Chromebook. The first Chromebook would begin selling on June 15, 2011. 1979 – Daniel Bricklin and Robert Frankston demonstrate the spreadsheet program “Visicalc”. Of course, it will become the “killer app” for PC’s. 100 cells could be calculated in 20 seconds. By the first year, sales will hit on hundred thousand and seven...

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July 8, 2007: The Big DNS Flaw

In 2007, developer Dan Kaminsky found a flaw in the addressing of the Domain Name System, or DNS. DNS is found on home to commercial routers around the world. The issue was so severe, that they were not divulging the issue until a patch could be implemented on a wide scale. On March 31st, Kaminsky – along with 16 other developers – gathered at Microsoft to work on a massive patch and synchronize the release so all details could be released as well. The Patch was released in July 8th, 2008. For more information, see the Explaination of the DNS Flaw Full...

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Learn About Gaming History!!

Get this – our friends at IEEE are giving away an XBox One for checking out their history timeline! Of course, gaming consoles are a part of technology history, so this timeline is an awesome way to get a more in-depth view into gaming history! And you can win an XBox One. Here’s how your do it (Contest is over)… From now until July 26th, simply head over to IEEE via this link, review the timeline and take the survey. Make sure you give them your email to be entered into the contest. Go back and learn even more about gaming...

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January 30, 2007: Microsoft Released Windows Vista

2007 – Microsoft releases Windows Vista in many different versions to the public – Home, Home Premium, Business, Enterprise, Ultimate, Home Basic N and Business N. With a Codename of “Longhorn”, this was the next version to XP and introduced many new features including the redesigned start button and glass borders. The Ultimate version even had active background, where your desktop picture could be moving. The OS didn’t live up to expectation and caused a lot of driver errors including machines that were suppose to be “Vista Ready”. Vista was soon replaced by Windows 7. Wikazine – Full show notes...

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January 23, 1983: TV Series A-Team Debuts

1983 – In 1972, a crack commando unit was sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn’t commit. These men promptly escaped from a maximum-security stockade to the Los Angeles underground. Today, still wanted by the government, they survive as soldiers of fortune.If you have a problem… if no one else can help… and if you can find them… maybe you can hire… The A- Team NBC ran the A-Team from January 23, 1983 to March 8, 1987. The movie came out June 11, 2010. Wikazine – Full show notes for January 23 Sega and Bandai announce a merger...

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