Today in computer history: February 14th

Below are technology and computer-related events that happened on February 14th of every year during the evolution of computers. February 14th is the 45th day of 2024, which is a leap year. There are 321 days left in the year from this day.

Christopher Sholes pictureFebruary 14, 1819
205 years ago

Christopher Sholes was born, the inventor of the typewriter and the first QWERTY keyboard. Died February 17, 1890 (Age: 71).

IBMFebruary 14, 1924
100 years ago

The Computing - Tabulating - Recording Company (CTR) becomes IBM.

Larry Constantine pictureFebruary 14, 1943
81 years ago

Larry Constantine was born, an American software engineer and professor at the University of Madeira Portugal.

ComputerFebruary 14, 1994
30 years ago

FSSTND was released.

Computing, CTR, FSSTND, IBM, Inventor, Keyboard, QWERTY, Recording, Released, Software, Software engineer, Typewriter

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