Computer history - 1934

Updated: 12/31/2022 by Computer Hope

Major computer events in 1934

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The FCC (Federal Communications Commission) was established in 1934.

Computer and technology-related events in 1934

The US Communication Act went into place in 1934.

In 1934, the first CRT (cathode ray tube) televisions were made available commercially in Germany by Telefunken.

The IBM 405 Alphabetical Accounting Machine was introduced. A functionally versatile product that featured a removable plugboard, the 405 remained an IBM flagship product until after World War II.

Computer company events in 1934

The Dayton Scale Division of IBM was sold to the Hobart Manufacturing Company as IBM exited one of its original lines of business.

Computer pioneers born in 1934

Donald Bitzer

Donald Bitzer was born on January 1, 1934.

Edward Fredkin was born on January 1, 1934.

Charles Hoare was born on January 11, 1934.

Robin Milner was born on January 13, 1934.

Niklaus Wirth was born on February 15, 1934.

Charles Flint passed away on February 26, 1934.

Ronald Wayne was born on May 7, 1934.

Ralph Griswold was born on May 19, 1934.

Robert Moog was born on May 23, 1934.

Leonard Kleinrock was born on June 13, 1934.

Gordon Bell was born on August 19, 1934.

Max Hopper was born on November 4, 1934.

Carl Sagan was born on November 9, 1934.

Ronald Stamper was born in 1934.

Seymour Rubinstein was born in 1934.

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