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A piece of computing history is due to go for auction in London in a little over one month and is expected to fetch up to £80,000.
Our Tech Family Tree — History of the iPhone has been out now for just over a week and unlike the iPhone 4 we've been delighted by its reception.The best bit has been doling out the posters at various events — Jack Clark managed to donate a couple at the Intel Developer Forum to passing execs, while I've been peppering the occasional freebie around London — and seeing people get caught up in this or that bit of information which fires their interest.
If you are close to Great Portland Street tube in London, you could pop across the road to One Marylebone, a former church, and look at Intel's Remastered art exhibition. According to the blurb: "With its curatorial and creative partner Jotta, Intel re-tells the stories of some of the most famous pieces of art from history, using technology to re-interpret their meaning for a contemporary audience.
Four weeks after banning Wikipedia, Britain's child pornography blacklist has led one ISP to ban the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine, everyone's favorite 85 billion-page time-waster of web history that dates back to 1996.According to multiple customers of Demon Internet, owned by British telecom company Thus, via an article in The Register (UK), the London-based ISP is blocking access to all sites stored in the archive.
A London-based show will chronicle the history of the computer game since its birth in 1962 and will include vintage arcade games, rare kit and artwork
London: A Historical Collection offers novels about London, poetry about London, works on London history, London travel guides, and...
Intel today celebrated the 25th anniversary of the microprocessor with press and key figures from Intel's history. Ted Hoff, the man behind Intel's 4004 chip, spoke at a conference in Westminster, London, along with Intel fellow John Crawford and Keith Chapple, managing director of Intel UK.