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Thermal Printer

A thermal printer (or direct thermal printer) produces a printed image by selectively heating coated thermochromic paper, or thermal paper as it is commonly known, when the paper passes over the thermal print head. The coating turns black in the...
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Threat Morphosis: Evolution of the Computer Virus [Infographic]

Evolution has fascinated me for quite a while. In the digital age, what’s even more interesting is the parallel evolution that’s going on within our machinery. Computers are our creation, and like us, they get sick. There are malevolent growths...
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Three Rivers Computer Corporation

The Three Rivers Computer Corporation (3RCC) was a spinoff of the Computer Science department at Carnegie-Mellon University, and was founded in 1974 by Brian Rosen, Jim Tetar, Bill Broadley, Stan Kriz, and Paul Newbury. The company was located in...
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TI-99 Home Computer Timeline

1993 marks the 10th anniversary of the decision by Texas Instruments to abandon the Home Computer. I have compiled the information in this timeline not in celebration of TI's decision to orphan the 99/4A, but rather to honor the community that...
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TI-990

The TI-990 was a series of 16-bit minicomputers sold by Texas Instruments (TI) in the 1970s and 1980s. The TI-990 was a replacement for TI's earlier minicomputer systems, the TI-960 and the TI-980. It had several uniquely innovative features, and...
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Tianhe-I

Tianhe-I, Tianhe-1, or TH-1, in English, "Milky Way (literally, Sky River) Number One", is a supercomputer capable of an Rmax (maximum range) of 2.566 petaFLOPS. Located at the National Supercomputing Center in Tianjin, China, it was the fastest...
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TickIT

TickIT is a quality-management certification program for software development, supported primarily by the United Kingdom and Swedish software industries through UKAS and SWEDAC respectively. The TickIT scheme has been updated to become...
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Time Line of Computer History by Google

Time line of the computer by Google
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Time-Line Computer Archive

Time-Line computer Archive Ltd is a not for profit company, our aim is to collect, restore and exhibit all types of early computers and electronics.
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Timeline History of Computers and the Internet, A

1837 Software (Babbage’s Analytical Engine) Charles Babbage was an eminent scientist; he was elected Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at Cambridge in 1828 (the same chair held by Isaac Newton and Stephen Hawking). In 1837 he publicly described an...
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