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The Apple II, or Apple ][, became one of the most popular computers ever. Although it is a vast improvement over the Apple I, it contains the same processor and runs at the same speed. New features include a color display, eight internal expansion slots, and a case with a keyboard. That may sound funny, but the Apple I and many other early computers didn't necessarily have a case or even a keyboard. On some systems you had to added your own keyboard, if possible, and on others you...
Apple Computer ships Apple LOGO, supplied by Logo Computer Systems of Canada. [615.120]. Coprocessors Inc. introduces the 88-Card, a plug-in card for the Apple II, with 64 kB RAM and an Intel 8088 microprocessor. [396.14].
In 1982, they truly became personalized, brought down to scale, so that people could hold, prod and play with them." At TIME, the main writer on the project completed his work on a typewriter, but Meyers noted that the magazine's newsroom would upgrade to
Interesting Facts: The BASIC programming language played such a huge role in the success of the Apple II that Steve Jobs encouraged Bill Gates in 1982 to make a version of BASIC for the yet-to-be-release Macintosh. Gates was a little too anxious to release...
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Computer History Museum honors Feigenbaum with Fellow Award. Edward A. Feigenbaum, director of the Computation Center, pictured Jan. 24, 1966. Photo: Chuck Painter | Stanford News Service Feigenbaum is a pioneer in the field of artificial...
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Apple Computer Inc. was founded by Steve Wozniak, Steve Jobs and Ronald Wayne on the 1st April 1976 and to this very day Apple have played a pivitol role in computing.
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Franklin Computer Corporation introduced the Franklin Ace 1000, a clone of Apple Computer's Apple II, in 1982. Apple quickly determined that substantial portions of the Franklin ROM and operating system had been copied directly from Apple's versions, and on May 12, 1982, filed suit in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. It cited the presence of some of the same embedded strings, such as the name "James Huston" (an Apple programmer), and "Applesoft...
This edition was published in August 1982 by Addison-Wesley (C). The Physical Object.
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In 1976, engineer Steve Wozniak, while working at HP, built the Apple-1 computer from scratch. He finished his work in March 1976. Together with Steve Jobs and Ronald G. Wayne, both working for Atari, they founded the company Apple Computer that would make history and change the world.
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- 1976: Apple I - Operation Manual - 1977: Apple II - Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication: Introducing Apple II, the personal computer - 1980: Apple III - Information Analyst More Than a Worksaver - 1982: Apple IIe - The Apple IIe Personal...
Plaintiff Apple Computer, Inc., ("Apple") moves for a preliminary injunction restraining defendant Franklin Computer Corp. ("Franklin") from using, copying, selling, or infringing in any other way Apple's registered copyrights on fourteen computer programs that are
At that point Apple was making personal computers too, but they were very different again to what IBM was making, different processors, etc. Oddly though, the computers Apple make right now are kind of like what IBM used to make, i.e. with Intel processors.
People may argue that the original Apple II is rarer than the j-plus, but that's their opinion. There weren't too many of these units sold in Japan, and there isn't that much information (especially information written in English) available on-line.
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In 80s Apple Macintosh computers were famous of their outstanding graphical capabilities. First Macintosh-like computer from 1983, Apple Lisa (later re-branded to Macintosh XL), was a commercial failure. Although it was the first small computer with mouse-driven graphical user interface (GUI), multi OS boot from disk, office suite, intelligent power management and external HDD upgrades it was just too expensive for an average office.
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Apple II actually drew a rainbow in the once colorless world of computers. This made the computing experience a lot more fun for users. The other features included a 1 MHz processor, a megabyte of hard disk, RAM of up to 48 Kilobytes and a megabyte of memory.
1983), was the first time an appellate level court in the United States held that a computer's operating system could be protected by copyright. As second impact, this ruling clarified that binary code, the machine readable form of software, was copyrightable too and not only the human-readable source code form of software. Another impact of the decision was the rise of the shrink-wrap proprietary software commercial business model, where before a source code driven software distribution...
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Between 1978 and 2006 there were a number of legal disputes between Apple Corps and the computer manufacturer Apple Computer over competing trademark rights. The High Court of Justice in England handed down a judgment on 8 May 2006 in favour of Apple Computer.
Computer Quarterback Second Edition - 1981 VG was released on: USA: 1981 (Commodore 64 version) USA: 1981 (Atari 8-bit version) USA: 1981 (Apple II version). What was the very first known virus written 1981 called?
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By January 1982, 650,000 Apple computers had been sold worldwide. In December 1982, Apple became the first personal computer company to reach $1 billion in annual sales. The next year, Apple lost its position as chief supplier of personal computers in Europe to IBM, and tried to challenge IBM in the business market with the Lisa computer. Lisa introduced the mouse, a hand-controlled pointer, and displayed pictures on the computer screen that substituted for keyboard commands.
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December 1982 Apple throws a Billion Dollar Party for employees, celebrating becoming first personal computer company to reach $1 billion annual sales rate.