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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
 1st April The Magnavox Odyssey, the first video game console, is released
 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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