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This 1976 Apple computer still works and it could sell for at least $300,000 — take a look

In 1976, Apple co-founders Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs sold their first pre-assembled computer, called the Apple-1. It cost them $250 to build and retailed for $666.66. (“As a mathematician I like repeating digits and that was what I thought it should be,” Wozniak told Bloomberg in 2014.) The dream team only built 200 Apple-1s. Tuesday, a fully functioning Apple-1 computer went up ... Read More »

Ujjivan Small Finance Bank IPO: Share likely to list at 50% premium over issue price

After drawing robust investor response for its initial public offering (IPO), Ujjivan Small Finance Bank is likely to make strong market debut. Shares of Ujjivan Small Finance Bank will be listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange as well as the National Stock Exchange on December 12. According to market analyst, the share of Ujjivan Small Finance Bank is likely to ... Read More »

Profiles In Innovation: Leading At The Edge Of Education

Innovation requires adding method to creativity, and innovation in the education sector particularly demands this. In our last piece we discussed the massive complexities of the sector including the fact that innovation takes place in 132,000 separate localities and that it necessitates changes in the interrelated parts that make up the core design of schools. In this piece we would like ... Read More »

RBI flags shortcomings at Ujjivan Small Finance Bank

Mumbai: In its recent inspection report the Reserve Bank of India has made certain observations regarding Ujjivan Small Finance Bank’s lack of fraud management system, rating methodology and categorisation of priority sector loans among many others. The bank has filed initial papers to raise Rs 1,200 crore via an initial public offering (IPO) in August. Under the condition for small finance bank ... Read More »

Computer password inventor Fernando Corbato dies at 93

Computer security just lost one of its founders. Fernando “Corby” Corbato, credited with inventing the computer password, has died at the age of 93. The MIT researcher devised the concept of password-protected user accounts when establishing his Compatible Time-Sharing System, which let multiple people use a computer at the same time. It was just a matter of establishing “compartmentalization” and ... Read More »

Computer failure or HAL’s botched upgrade — what Mirage 2000 crash probe is looking at

New Delhi: The probe into the fatal 1 February Mirage 2000 crash in Bengaluru is focusing on the possibility of either a computer failure or a botched upgrade by state-run Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd having led to the incident. Two Indian Air Force (IAF) pilots testing the upgraded Mirage 2000, Squadron Leader Samir Abrol and Squadron Leader Siddhartha Negi, were killed in ... Read More »

Family finance: Why Singhs need to buy life, health insurance at the earliest

Kaushal and Babita Singh are both employed and get a combined monthly salary of Rs 3.42 lakh. They stay with their children aged 20 and 24 and their portfolio is worth Rs 3.7 crore. It comprises Rs 2.3 crore in real estate in the form of two houses and two plots of land, Rs 12.3 lakh in cash, equity worth ... Read More »

HP Board 12th Result 2019 to be out today at 11 am: Check HPBOSE Class 12 scores @ hpbose.org

HP Board 12th Result 2019 to be out today at 11 am: Check HPBOSE Class 12 scores @ hpbose.org HP Board 12th Result 2019: The Himachal Pradesh Board of Secondary Education, HPBOSE is all set to declare the results of over one lakh HPBOSE class 12th students today, April 22. All the candidates who appeared for the HPBOSE Class 12 ... Read More »

Amazon to fund computer science classes at 1,000 U.S. high schools through Future Engineer program

Amazon Future Engineer students. (Business Wire Photo) Amazon said its Future Engineer program will fund computer science classes at more than 1,000 high schools in all 50 states by this fall. This is a rapid expansion for the program that launched in November. Down the road, Amazon aims to reach more than 10 million kids with the coding activities and lessons each ... Read More »

Grant to help Boston-based group develop computer class at Waterville High School

WATERVILLE — When students at Waterville Junior High School sign up for their high school courses next week, they’ll have a new option that wasn’t part of the curriculum before: computer science. The elective class, named Cyber Panthers, will include instruction in app development, virtual reality, artificial intelligence and other 21st century fields not currently taught. Kim Quinn Hutchinson, executive ... Read More »