December8, 1975: San Francisco Bay Area entrepreneur Paul Terrell opens The Byte Shop, one of the world's first computer stores and the first to sell an Apple computer. Years before Apple would open its own retail stores, the Byte Shop stocks the ... Cult Of Mac, 1 month ago
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Enlarge / Battletoads on the NES Classic Edition? If you're willing to take a risk via modding, you too could add this and other games to your own little system. ARCADERU reader comments 1 Share this story Ifyou managed to get your hands ...ArsTechnica, 2 weeks ago
TBD (location details included in the event reminder to be sent by April 17) Sponsored by: Stanford Historical Society Presenter: Paul Wesling, an IEEE Life Fellow and Distinguished Lecturer Silicon Valley is known to be unique, with its ...Events At Stanford, 1 month ago
Upcoming SlideShare Loading in … 5 1. But you can tilt it in your direction 2. Dean Takahashi, lead writer for GamesBeat I have covered technology news for 25 years and games for 20 years VentureBeat: founded 11 years ago. 12 ...SlideShare.net, 1 month ago
The idea of sharing code among developers and programmers has a long and rich tradition, from Steve Wozniak's handouts at the Homebrew Computer Club in the 1970s to today's open-source repositories like GitHub. Developer Kenneth Fam Wencong is ...Wall Street Select, 1 month ago Coder offers free stock-charting tool Digital Journal, 2 months ago
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