November 30, 1959
On November 30th, 1959 IBM conveys the initial two IBM 7090 centralized server PCs. One of the primary industrially created completely transistorized PCs, the 7090 and the later 7094 were eminent for being utilized by NASA to control the Mercury and Gemini space flights alongside numerous other critical logical and government applications in the 1960’s. Some 7090’s were even utilized through the 1970’s into the 1980’s.
November 30, 2009
Book retailer Barnes and Noble discharges their first Nook tablet to contend with the very fruitful Amazon Kindle, discharged two years sooner.