Computer History - 1995
- Major computer events in 1995.
- Other computer events in 1995.
- New computer products and services introduced in 1995.
- Internet domains that came online in 1995.
- Computer companies founded in 1995.
- Computer company events in 1995.
- Computer-related movies released in 1995.
- Computer pioneer deaths in 1995.
Major computer events in 1995
The dot-com boom starts.
PHP was publicly released on June 8, 1995.
Other computer events in 1995
Apple allows other computer companies to clone its computer by announcing its licensed the Macintosh operating system rights to Radius on January 4, 1995.
Computer hacker Kevin Mitnick was arrested by the FBI on February 15, 1999.
One of the largest and well-known e-commerce sites today opens its website for the first time. Amazon.com was officially opened on July 15, 1995.
On September 20, 1995, AT&T split into three separate publically traded companies: a systems and equipment company, a computer company, and a communications services company.
The first computer network wiretap was authorized on October 23, 1995, and leads later to the arrest of Julio Cesar Ardita.
HTML 2.0 standard was first published in RFC 1866 November 24, 1995.
Internet search engine AltaVista launched on December 15, 1995.
The first VoIP software (Vocaltec) is released allowing end users to make voice calls over the Internet.
The first E3 was held in Las Vegas Nevada in 1995.
The Data Protection Directive was adopted by the European Union.
The Curry programming language was introduced by Michael Hanus, Herbert Kuchen, and Juan Jose Moreno-Navarro.
John Warnock and Allan Padgett at Adobe create the Netscape Plugin Application Programming Interface.
New computer products and services introduced in 1995
Perl 5.001 was released on March 13, 1995.
The Opera browser version 1 was released on April 1, 1995.
CPAN was introduced on October 26, 1995.
GIMP was first released on November 22, 1995.
Dan Farmer and Wietse Venema release SATAN programming language.
The first Wiki was created in 1995.
Cygnus Solutions released Cygwin in 1995.
Computer scientist Matthias Felleisen creates the Racket programming language.
DSVD was released in 1995.
CD-E was introduced to the general public in 1995.
Ruby was released in 1995.
EDO memory was introduced in 1995.
Internet domains that came online in 1995
Yahoo.com domain was registered on January 18, 1995.
The domain ebay.com came online on August 4, 1995.
Computer companies founded in 1995
EPoX was founded in February 1995.
Audible was founded in 1995.
AboCom was founded in 1995.
Global Village was founded in 1995.
Harmony Technology Services was founded in 1995.
HighPoint Technologies was founded in 1995.
MARGI was founded in 1995.
Matsonic was founded in 1995.
Real was founded in 1995.
SegaSoft was founded in 1995.
Silicon Image was founded in 1995.
Transmeta was founded in 1995.
Tundra was founded in 1995.
WebTV Networks was founded in 1995.
Computer company events in 1995
Yahoo! was incorporated on March 1, 1995.
O'Reilly Media sells the Global Network Navigator ("GNN") to AOL.
Netscape goes public at $28.00 a share and by the closing ends at $58.00 a share.
Microsoft and General Electrics NBC television network form a partnership.
The Learning Company is acquired by Softkey for $606 million.
Computer-related movies released in 1995
The movie 'The Net' with Sandra Bullock was released on July 28, 1995.
The movie Hackers was released on September 15, 1995.
Toy Story was released on November 22, 1995, becoming the first movie that was completely computer generated.
Computer pioneer deaths in 1995
Allen Coombs passed away on January 30, 1995 (Age: 84).
George Stibitz passed away on January 31, 1995 (Age: 91).
John Adam Presper "Pres" Eckert, Jr. passed away on June 3, 1995 (Age: 76).
John Vincent Atanasoff passed away on June 15, 1995 (Age: 91).
Alonzo Church passed away on August 11, 1995 (Age: 92).
Gerard Salton passed away on August 28, 1995 (Age: 68).
Konrad Zuse passed away on December 18, 1995 (Age: 85).
Arnold I. Dumey passed away in 1995.