Today in Tech History – August 26, 2016

Today in Tech History logo1938 – A New York radio station first used the Philips-Miller system of tape recording on a radio broadcast.

1984 – Miss Manners confronted her first computer issue. The columnist responded to a reader’s concern about typing personal correspondence on a personal computer.

1996 – Netscape Communications Corp. announced it had partnered with several other big companies to create a software company called Navio Corp. Navio was meant to create an operating system to compete with Windows.

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