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Further Computers

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Howard Battersby

on 18 October 2013

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Further Computers
Rosemary Shine

The first Computer!
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The first mechanical computer created by Charles Babbage doesn't really resemble what most would consider a computer today.
The word "computer" was first recorded as being used in 1613
In 1822, Charles Babbage purposed and began developing the Difference Engine, considered to be the first automatic computing engine
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