Today in computer history: June 12th

Below are technology and computer-related events that happened on June 12th of every year during the evolution of computers. June 12th is the 164th day of 2024, which is a leap year. There are 202 days left in the year from this day.

Kurt Lehovec pictureJune 12, 1918
106 years ago

Kurt Lehovec was born, innovated the concept of p-n junction isolation used in every circuit element with a guard ring. Died February 17, 2012 (Age: 93).

Blake Ross pictureJune 12, 1985
39 years ago

Blake Ross was born, an American software developer known for his work on the Mozilla web browser and for starting the Mozilla Firefox project.

MovieJune 12, 1996
28 years ago

The movie Triumph of the Nerds is first released.

Radio signalJune 12, 2009
15 years ago

Analog signal was terminated across the United States and HDTV was officially adopted.

CompanyJune 12, 2017
7 years ago

Conexant was acquired by Synaptics Inc.

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