Computer history - 1902

Updated: 10/18/2022 by Computer Hope

Major computer events in 1902

In October 1902, Guglielmo Marconi could telegraph the letter "S" across the English Channel, which became the first successful transatlantic radiotelegraph message.

Other computer events in 1902

The first issue of Popular Mechanics was published on January 11, 1902.

In 1902, archaeologist Valerios Stais identified the bronze artifacts as containing gears that appeared to be part of the Antikythera mechanism.

Computer companies founded in 1902

3M was founded in 1902.

Computer-related movies released in 1902

The French silent film "A Trip to the Moon" was released on September 1, 1902, and considered the first science fiction film.

Computer pioneers born in 1902

Walter Brattain

Walter Brattain was born on February 10, 1902.

Louis Couffignal was born on March 16, 1902.

Wallace Eckert was born on June 19, 1902.

Mina Rees was born on August 2, 1902.

Laszlo Kozma was born on November 28, 1902.

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