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DIGITAL began shipping Windows NT preloaded on the DECpc AXP 150 personal computer just 5 weeks after Microsoft's initial release. By the end of 1993, over 500 applications from DIGITAL and other software vendors would run on the DECpc AXP 150 under Windows NT

DIGITAL began shipping Windows NT preloaded on the DECpc AXP 150 personal computer just 5 weeks after Microsoft's initial release. By the end of 1993, over 500 applications from DIGITAL and other software vendors would run on the DECpc AXP 150 under Windows NT

ハンドヘルド型コンピュータ (handheld type computer)

ハンドヘルド型コンピュータ (handheld type computer)

Apple Newton MessagePad (1993)

The failure causes are sometimes hilarious but sometimes, the products fail due to any danger related to them, so the causes are different in different cases.

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Too funny! iPad Printing: Seriously the easiest solution. This is probably what our customers can do to print haha

The Evolution of Apple Design Between 1977-2008 | Webdesigner Depot

The Evolution of Apple Design Between 1977-2008

With the anniversary of the first Macintosh computer coming up on January we're taking a look back in time at the evolution of Apple products.

If the iPhone and the Newton had a baby… /by Nick McGlynn #Apple

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1993 Life The Newton was Apple’s attempt to create a revolutionary new device. A feature of the PDA (Private Digital Assistant) was handwriting recognition software; the device also came with a stylus which was supposed to make entering text child’s play. The touch-sensitive screen would detect characters and words automatically as they were written.  However, this feature never really worked properly at market launch, something which gave rise to less than glowing reviews in the press.

The Newton was Apple’s attempt to create a revolutionary new device. A feature of the PDA (Private Digital Assistant) was handwriting recognition software;