1960s

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1960s

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1960

Benjamin Curley of Digital Equipment Corp. develops the first minicomputer, PDP-1

The first SABRE reservation system is installed

1961

MIT demonstrates time sharing

1963

CAD is introduced by General Motors and MIT Lincoln Laboratories

1964

IBM announces its System 360 mainframe

Douglas Engelbart and his team invent a graphical user interface using a mouse and windows

1965

Gordon Moore's pronouncement is termed "Moore's Law"

1966

Texas Instruments introduces the first solid-state hand-held calculator

1968

Gordon Moore and Robert Noyce found Intel

1969

Work begins on the ARPANet

Dennis Ritchie et al at Bell Labs create Unix

 

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