Today in Tech History – Feb. 27, 2014

Today in Tech History logoIn 1891 – David Sarnoff was born near Minsk. He would go on to befriend Marconi and rise to the Presidency of RCA and be integral in founding NBC.

In 1932 – English physicist James Chadwick published a letter on the existence of the neutron, some say giving birth to modern nuclear physics.

In 1986 – The United States Senate voted to allow its debates to be televised on a trial basis. The trial was successful.


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