A collection of materials relating to the history of computing.
Information about the late Soviet mainframe computer BESM-6, the last original was dismantled in 1995.
The Institute was established in 1997 to excavate, preserve, research, and present interesting and historically significant computing devices.
CBI is a research center dedicated to promoting the study of the history of computing and its impact on society, and preserving relevant documentation.
Shows all processes involved Building a replica of the German M4 Naval Enigma.
Dedicated to computers and/or operating systems which some might describe as obsolete.
History on the first automatic totalizer by Sir George Julius, mechanical aids to calculation - extracts of a paper presented to the Institution of Engineers Australia in 1920.
Devoted to the history of the PC, covers all types of personal computers from 1970 to present.
Collection of pictures of old computers, consoles, handhelds and magazines.
A mixture of science fiction and fact concerning the B205.
Rescues classic microcomputers and video games from the junk heap.
Honoring personal computing in the 1980s.
Documentation for the SWTPC computer line.
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