Today, 80 years ago in 1941, German scientist Konrad Zuse presented the world's first programmable computer to an audience in Berlin. Following the war, in 1946, IBM received the patents. (Picture)

 

Today, 80 years ago in 1941, German scientist Konrad Zuse presented the world's first programmable computer to an audience in Berlin. Following the war, in 1946, IBM received the patents.
Today, 80 years ago in 1941, German scientist Konrad Zuse presented the world's first programmable computer to an audience in Berlin. Following the war, in 1946, IBM received the patents. (Picture) Today, 80 years ago in 1941, German scientist Konrad Zuse presented the world's first programmable computer to an audience in Berlin. Following the war, in 1946, IBM received the patents. (Picture) Reviewed by STATION GOSSIP on 07:10 Rating: 5

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