Today in computer history: September 23

The 266th day of 2022. There are 99 days left in the year from this day.

Georg Scheutz pictureSeptember 23, 1785
237 years ago

Georg Scheutz was born, the inventor of the Scheutzian calculation engine. Died May 22, 1873 (Age: 88).

Nathaniel Borenstein pictureSeptember 23, 1957
65 years ago

Nathaniel Borenstein was born, an American computer scientist and one of the original designers of the MIME protocol.

CodeSeptember 23, 2002
20 years ago

The first of code that would later become Mozilla Firefox was made available.

AdobeSeptember 23, 2003
19 years ago

Adobe Premiere Pro was released.

AMDSeptember 23, 2003
19 years ago

AMD released the first Athlon 64 processor, the 3200+.

CompanySeptember 23, 2003
19 years ago

Symantec to acquire PowerQuest and Drive Image for $150 million.

AndroidSeptember 23, 2008
14 years ago

T-Mobile's G1 phone (HTC Dream) was the first phone to be released with Google Android.

CodeSeptember 23, 2019
3 years ago

Nim programming language was released.

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