Today in computer history: June 23
The 174th day of 2023. There are 191 days left in the year from this day.
111 years ago
Alan Turing was born, developer of the Turing Machine and Turing Test. Died June 7, 1954 (Age: 41).
86 years ago
Philip Estridge was born, who led the development of the original IBM Personal Computer (PC). Died August 2, 1985 (Age: 48).
80 years ago
Vint Cerf was born, the father of the Internet.
24 years ago
AMD introduced the Athlon processor series.
20 years ago
The game Second Life was released.
20 years ago
Microsoft introduced Windows Mobile 2003.
18 years ago
Reddit was launched.
16 years ago
NVIDIA announced CUDA, a parallel processing architecture for its entire line of GPUs.
10 years ago
The FBI shuts down the Silk Road.
8 years ago
Verizon announced it had completed the acquisition of AOL for $4.4 billion.
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