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Room-sized computer unveiled in 1946 LA Times Daily 02 Oct 2022
Early computer Wall Street Journal 21 Sep 2022
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30-ton computer Wall Street Journal 05 Aug 2022
'40s-'50s "Giant Brain" LA Times Daily 03 Dec 2021
Early computer The Washington Post 14 Oct 2021
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The USA’s first electronic programmable computer, completed in 1945 The Times Specialist Sunday 12 Sep 2021
“Giant brain” of the 1940s Wall Street Journal 03 Jul 2021
Computer that was retired in 1955 LA Times Daily 28 Feb 2021
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'Giant Brain' unveiled in 1946 New York Times 18 Feb 2021
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Postwar digital marvel Newsday 15 Aug 2020
Computing machine displayed in part at the Smithsonian New York Times 31 May 2020
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