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Charles Babbage and Ada Lovelace pioneered the first modern universally programmable computer by proposing the Analytical Engine (1837). However, it was never built. In 1941, Konrad Zuse build the Z3, the first machine capable of running any algorithm. In 1955 at Bell Labs, the TRansistorized Airborne DIgital Computer (TRADIC), built by Jean Howard Felker and L.C. Brown (Charlie Braun), was the first computer in the world to be completely equipped with transistors instead of tubes. In 1968, Hewlett-Packard (HP) advertised the HP-9100A as a "personal computer" in the October 4, 1968 issue of Science, although it did not resemble today's PC. In 1976, Apple Computer introduced the first truly personal computer, the Apple I.
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