Today in computer history: June 17th

Below are technology and computer-related events that happened on June 17th of every year during the evolution of computers. June 17th is the 169th day of 2024, which is a leap year. There are 197 days left in the year from this day.

Ted Nelson pictureJune 17, 1937
87 years ago

Ted Nelson was born, an American sociologist, philosopher, and pioneer of information who coined the terms hypertext and hypermedia.

Drew Major pictureJune 17, 1956
68 years ago

Drew Major was born, co-founder of Novell and chief architect and developer of NetWare operating system.

CompanyJune 17, 1980
44 years ago

Atari becomes the first company to register a Copyright for two computer games "Asteroids" and "Lunar Lander".

IBMJune 17, 2008
16 years ago

IBM launched their 115,000-square foot greenest data center in Boulder Colorado.

GameJune 17, 2010
14 years ago

OnLive introduced its flagship cloud gaming service.

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