كم زر كان في أول ماوس
اخبار الامارات العاجلةكم زر كان في أول ماوس كمبيوتر تم اختراعه؟اخبار الامارات العاجلةأول من اخترع الماوس وأوجد فكرته هو المهندس الأمريكي Douglas Engelbart، حيث قام في شهر نوفمبر من عام 1963م بتقديم أول نموذج والذي أسماه Bug، وكان في حينها جهازًا يعتمد على إحداثيات النقاط الطولية والعرضية للتحكم في الكمبيوتر، وفي عام 1964م انضم له Bill English ...
Posted on 15 March 2017 | 9:00 am
Vint Cerf: Google's internet evangelist on
DevexVint Cerf: Google's internet evangelist on the next steps in connectivityDevexShe recalled words from Douglas Engelbart, inventor of the computer mouse, who said the only way we should harness technology on behalf of humanity was by gathering in communities. “But it would be difficult for any single community to take advantage ...
Posted on 14 March 2017 | 3:02 pm
The Architecture of Artificial Intelligence
ArchinectThe Architecture of Artificial IntelligenceArchinectThis vision of the future architect was imagined by engineer and inventor Douglas Engelbart during his research into emerging computer systems at Stanford in 1962. At the dawn of personal computing he imagined the creative mind overlapping ...
Posted on 8 March 2017 | 9:10 am
How the world became hooked on social media
Financial TimesHow the world became hooked on social mediaFinancial TimesNext year, it will be a half-century since Douglas Engelbart, a pioneering computer scientist, offered a glimpse of the future at a conference in San Francisco. He told his audience that he was working on a revolutionary project at the Stanford ...
Posted on 6 March 2017 | 9:01 pm
When The Computer Is You: The Rise Of Proxy
When The Computer Is You: The Rise Of Proxy AIForbesHis concept directly inspired the invention of hypertext by Ted Nelson and Douglas Engelbart. The hyperlinking that enables so much of our online experience— such as this link regarding hypertext— owes much to Bush's vision. Seventy years after his ...
Posted on 19 February 2017 | 6:06 pm
Moore’s Law at 50: Its past and its future
For as long or longer than most of us can remember, progress in computing has been measured against Moore's Law, and we have benefited from the massive resulting explosion in devices and applications. With the law about to reach 50, doubts grow about how much longer it can go. But this might not mean a slowdown in progress.
Posted on 14 April 2015 | 8:54 am
12 Smartphone Keyboards That Are Trying to
You know what’s weird? Typing on your phone. We use two thumbs to peck out words on a keyboard designed for ten fingers—a keyboard designed to be slow. You know what’s weirder? Smartphone keyboards designed to trump our flawed typing standard. Here are 12 of them. Read more...
Posted on 2 April 2015 | 12:42 pm
Historic tech demo turned into an opera at
Douglas Engelbart's historic 1968 demo of early computer technology has been made recreated at Stanford, with a twist.
Posted on 1 April 2015 | 8:07 pm
Historic 1968 Tech Demo Now an Opera
A 1968 technology demonstration by Doug Engelbart is now a technology-infused music/video performance.
Posted on 31 March 2015 | 10:58 am
The mother of all tech demos becomes an
1968 is when it all changed. On December 9 that year, Douglas Engelbart, a computer scientist at Stanford Research Center, made a 90-minute video presentation that revolutionized the world of computers. He didn't show up on stage at the Computer Conf...
Posted on 30 March 2015 | 6:42 pm
Windows 95: New Ways of Interacting Show
This all changed in the 1970s, with Ivan Sutherland’s work with Sketchpad and the use of lightpens to control CRT displays, Douglas Engelbart’s development of the computer mouse, and the Xerox PARC research team’s creation of the Windows Icon Menu ...
Posted on 26 August 2015 | 4:55 am
Windows 95 turns 20
This all changed in the 1970s, with Ivan Sutherland’s work with Sketchpad and the use of lightpens to control CRT displays, Douglas Engelbart’s development of the computer mouse, and the Xerox Parc research team’s creation of the Windows Icon Menu ...
Posted on 23 August 2015 | 6:11 pm
50 years ago today the word “hypertext”
It was only after the talk that Bob Taylor came up to me, whom I did not know, and asked me if I had heard of Douglas Engelbart [Engelbart was an early computer pioneer, best known for inventing word processing, multiple windows on a screen, and the mouse ...
Posted on 23 August 2015 | 5:00 pm
The computer mouse has served for decades,
Until that 2005 interview, it had generally been agreed upon that the fathers of the mouse were Douglas Engelbart and Bill English of the Stanford Research Institute. Quite separately, the pair had created a similar ball-based device with one major ...
Posted on 15 August 2015 | 6:00 pm
Douglas Engelbart’s Unfinished Revolution
Engelbart’s ideas revolutionized computing and helped shape the modern world. Peripheral vision: Engelbart rehearses for the “mother of all demos.” Doug Engelbart knew that his obituaries would laud him as “Inventor of the Mouse.” I can see him ...
Posted on 28 July 2013 | 5:06 pm
Resolved Question: Who built the first
Posted on 5 March 2010 | 11:31 am
Resolved Question: Can you please help me
What important contributions were made to the history of computer
1. Ada Lovelace
2. Herman Hollererith
3. Vannevar Bush
4. Douglas EngelBart
5. Steve Jobs
Posted on 26 November 2009 | 1:50 pm
Resolved Question: Who invented the computer
the computer mouse
Posted on 27 October 2009 | 3:19 am
Resolved Question: Who Invented the Computer
Who Invented the Computer Mouse
Posted on 13 September 2009 | 8:15 am
Resolved Question: Who is the inventor of
I am confused. Some says douglas engelbart and it is on wikipidia. But in many gk books i found wilium bil english. I need it coz i am in a quize compitition. If you can also answer my other to questions below because they are also confusing.
* wher is the computer musium (some people says its in paris but i found its in uk's atlanta in the book)
* how many seats are ther in uropean parliament at preasent (be 100% sure about the preasent condition)
and* who was the youngest player of t20 world cup.
Posted on 16 July 2009 | 2:45 am