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 24th December Charles Babbage is Born

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 14th February C-T-R becomes IBM

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 17th November Herman Hollerith Died

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 1st January Hewlett Packard Founded

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 1972 Clive Sinclair introduces the first pocket calculator
 1972 Foundation of Cray Research Inc by Seymour Cray
 1972 Space Craft Pioneer 10 & 11 use Custom CPU in TTL
 1972 First e-mail program developed
 1972 C programming language developed
 January 1972 Hewlett-Packard introduces the HP-35
 13rd January ASC developed by Texas Instruments
 10th February Burroughs launches L7000 range on UK market
 9th March £1.3m RAF order for Cossor Terminals
 9th March SITA Network
 19th March Atanasoff Official "Inventor" of Computer
 April 1972 The Intel 8008 was introduced
 27th April Worlds first IBM 370/135 installed in Britain
 29th June ARPA Network - UK gets link to major US network
 29th June Flat screen terminal introduced by Burroughs
 20th July Sigma 6
 27th July Honeywel'sl 700 range comes to the UK
 3rd August First Infra -Red Data Link transmission in the UK
 10th August The Future of ICL as a British-controlled going concern
 17th August Development of standard OS to be halted
 24th August GE Time Sharing Service
 5th October NCR 399
 12nd October 370/125 and OCR reader from IBM
 26th October Burroughs Launch L8000 Range of Computers
 9th November Fujitsu and Hitachi in joint deal
 9th November IBM's DOS/VS
 23rd November Terminal range boosted by Burroughs TC 3500
 29th November Atari Introduces Pong
 7th December UK launch for Burroughs L8000 range
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 1982 Introduction of Cray X-MP supercomputer
 1st February Introduction of Intel 80286 at 6 MHz, with 134,000 transistors
 23rd April Sinclair launches the ZX Spectrum computer
 August 1982 Commodore 64 Released
 August 1982 Dragon 32 Released

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