Computer history - 1938
Major computer events in 1938
Other computer events in 1938
Orson Welles and Houseman broadcasted H.G. Welles' War of the Worlds on the airways as a Halloween spoof on October 30, 1938.
In 1938, Allen DuMont manufactured and sold the first commercially practical television set to the public.
IBM introduced the IBM 8500 Card Recorder in 1938.
Computer companies founded in 1938
Molex was founded in 1938.
Samsung was founded in 1938.
Vivitar was founded in 1938.
Computer-related shows released in 1938
BBC created the first science fiction television program.
Computer pioneers born in 1938
Gary Starkweather was born on January 9, 1938.
Donald Knuth was born on January 10, 1938.
Lynn Conway was born on January 10, 1938.
Ronald Schafer was born on February 17, 1938.
Manuel Blum was born on April 26, 1938.
Ivan Sutherland was born on May 16, 1938.
Thomas Cover was born on August 7, 1938.
Per Hansen was born on November 13, 1938.
Stewart Brand was born on December 14, 1938.
Bob Kahn was born on December 23, 1938.
Charles Moore was born in 1938.
Dana Ulery was born in 1938.
David Lee was born in 1938.
Computer pioneer deaths in 1938
Philibert D'Ocagne passed away in 1938 (Age: 76).