Nothing has shaped the history of computers quite as much as companies. Incredible mathematicians may have developed theories and concepts that pushed forward what was possible, it was companies time and again that applied those insights to products and life-changing inventions.
One of the most prolific companies in computing was Xerox, credited with a dizzying number of inventions that included the fax machine, copier, ethernet, and the laser printer. Others like Apple, Google, and IBM have developed some of the most important software and products of the modern era.
See below for History-computers full list of incredible tech companies.
Amazon: Complete Guide — History, Products, Founding, and MoreUpdated:
Key Points An alumnus of Princeton, Bezos worked at Wall Street, Fitel Company, and D.E Shaw & Co. before leaving to take part in the internet gold rush. Launched in 1994, the new company began diversifying its inventory pretty early. It also survived the dot.com bubble bust of 2001 and by the fourth quarter was […]Read more »
BitTorrent: Complete Guide — History, Products, Founding, and MoreUpdated:
Key Points BitTorrent was designed by Bram Cohen in the aim of permitting users to download files from several sources, speeding up the process, as a result. A download request prompts the tracker to detect all the computers which either have all or part of the file, known as the swarm. The parts of the […]Read more »