Atlanta museum charts computers' evolution over time

Aug 23, 2019
The Computer Museum of America features massive supercomputers, an evolutionary timeline of computing and a tribute to tech that got us to space.
One of the earliest known computers, a Datapoint 2200, sits in a glass case at the Computer Museum of America.
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CEO Satya Nadella on why he's hitting refresh at Microsoft

Sep 27, 2017
The "consummate insider" talks about the course change he's planned for the legacy tech company.
Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft Corp., speaks at the Microsoft annual shareholders meeting in Bellevue, Washington, in 2016.
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"Did Apple effectively work with China to burn a billion books in Tiananmen Square this weekend?"

Aug 1, 2017
Here's how the VPN ban will affect businesses' bottom lines — and user browsing.
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Why this ransomware attack is more alarming than the last

Jun 28, 2017
Chester Wisniewski, senior security researcher with Sophos, talks to us about the latest cyber breach.
Is your computer safe?
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Amazon is helping veterans find jobs in cloud computing

The tech company's head of talent acquisition says she knows difficult it can be for a vet to find a civilian job.
Veterans register for a job fair.
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Microsoft thinks Minecraft can help STEM education

May 2, 2017
An interview with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on the company's new suite of software for students and teachers.
Students at Tesla STEM High School in Redmond, Wash. have been coding with Minecraft and working alongside the Minecraft Education Team.
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Will your city be the next tech hub?

Apr 18, 2017
Droves of places beyond New York, Boston and Silicon Valley want to become the next center of local and global innovation. Do they have the right ingredients?
An aerial view shows the Silicon Valley location of IBM in San Jose, California April 21, 2000.
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