[icon_timeline timeline_line_style=”solid” timeline_line_color=”#f4f4f4″ time_block_bg_color=”#ffffff” time_sep_bg_color=”#00a9d1″ tl_animation=”tl-animation-slide-up”][icon_timeline_item time_title=”In 2013, Tablet Outselling Laptops” title_font=”font_family:Poppins|font_call:Poppins|variant:500″ title_font_style=”font-weight:500;” desc_font=”font_family:Raleway|font_call:Raleway” title_font_size=”desktop:18px;” desc_font_size=”desktop:14px;”]In 2013, tablets will outsell laptops. Workforces are becoming increasingly more mobile and the presence of desktop computers in the office is declining.[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=”In 2000, Laptop Outselling Desktops” title_font=”font_family:Poppins|font_call:Poppins|variant:500″ title_font_style=”font-weight:500;” desc_font=”font_family:Raleway|font_call:Raleway” title_font_size=”desktop:18px;” desc_font_size=”desktop:14px;”]Global notebook PC shipments beat desktop PC shipments in Q3 2008, the first time that’s happened in the computer industry.[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=”In 1990, The Birth of Microsoft Office” title_font=”font_family:Poppins|font_call:Poppins|variant:500″ title_font_style=”font-weight:500;” desc_font=”font_family:Raleway|font_call:Raleway” title_font_size=”desktop:18px;” desc_font_size=”desktop:14px;”]Microsoft launched “The Microsoft Office for Windows” on 19 November 1990, comprising of Word 1.1, Excel 2.0 and PowerPoint 2.0.[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=”In 1980, The Sinclair ZX80 Mass Released” title_font=”font_family:Poppins|font_call:Poppins|variant:500″ title_font_style=”font-weight:500;” desc_font=”font_family:Raleway|font_call:Raleway” title_font_size=”desktop:18px;” desc_font_size=”desktop:14px;”]Sinclair developed the ZX80, a ‘mini-sized’ (20×20 cm) home computer with a multifunctional waterproof keyboard. It was the first computer to sell for under £100. In 1982, the internet protocol TCP/IP was standardised, allowing the introduction of the concept of a worldwide network of interconnected TCP/IP networks, referred to as The Internet.[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=”In 1970, Microsoft and Apple Founded” title_font=”font_family:Poppins|font_call:Poppins|variant:500″ title_font_style=”font-weight:500;” desc_font=”font_family:Raleway|font_call:Raleway” title_font_size=”desktop:18px;” desc_font_size=”desktop:14px;”]Microsoft was founded on 4 April 1975 by Bill Gates and Paul Allen. Apple Inc was founded on 1 April 1977 by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne, and was incorporated nine months later.[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=”In 1960, Basic Programming Language Designed” title_font=”font_family:Poppins|font_call:Poppins|variant:500″ title_font_style=”font-weight:500;” desc_font=”font_family:Raleway|font_call:Raleway” title_font_size=”desktop:18px;” desc_font_size=”desktop:14px;”]Intel was founded on 18 July 1968 by Gordon Moore and Robert Noyce. In 2011 Intel had 79.3% market share of the overall worldwide PC microprocessor market and 84.4% of the mobile PC microprocessor market. BASIC (Beginner’s All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code) is a group of generic, high-level programming languages designed for ease of use. Designed by John Kemeny and Thomas Kurtz in 1964, the language was developed to help more students learn to code.[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=”UNIVAC, The Turning Test” title_font=”font_family:Poppins|font_call:Poppins|variant:500″ title_font_style=”font-weight:500;” desc_font=”font_family:Raleway|font_call:Raleway” title_font_size=”desktop:18px;” desc_font_size=”desktop:14px;”]The UNIVAC I was the first American computer designed from the outset for business and administrative use. Owners Remington Rand joined up with CBS to correctly predict the 1952 presidential election results, contrary to the pollsters’ favorite.[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=”In 1950, First Electronic Computers” title_font=”font_family:Poppins|font_call:Poppins|variant:500″ title_font_style=”font-weight:500;” desc_font=”font_family:Raleway|font_call:Raleway” title_font_size=”desktop:18px;” desc_font_size=”desktop:14px;”]Very few electronic computers were available before 1950. Previous famous non-electronic computers, such as Turing’s Enigma machine were more common during the earlier World War years.[/icon_timeline_item][/icon_timeline]
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