Today in computer history: June 10

The 161th day of 2021. There are 204 days left in the year from this day.

PowerJune 10, 1752
269 years ago

Benjamin Franklin flies a kite that collects a charge after being struck by lightning.

Friedrich Bauer pictureJune 10, 1924
97 years ago

Friedrich Bauer was born, a computer scientist known for data structure that helped developed the programming languages ALGOL 58 and ALGOL 60. Died March 26, 2015 (Age: 90).

AppleJune 10, 1977
44 years ago

Apple releases the Apple II series of computers.

MicrosoftJune 10, 2003
18 years ago

GeCAD Software announced a definite agreement with Microsoft in acquiring GeCAD's antivirus technology.

AppleJune 10, 2013
8 years ago

Apple introduced macOSX 10.9 code-named Mavericks.

BankruptJune 10, 2016
5 years ago

Gawker Media filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy.

ALGOL, Antivirus, Apple, Apple II, Charge, Code-named, Computer, Data structure, GeCAD, Lightning, Media, Microsoft, Programming, Programming language, Software

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