July is a month of extremes, whether in temperature or in tech history. Find out how the first electric light bulb was not Edison's at first, what Amazon, Intel, Twitter and Nintendo have in common, and what the first photo on the Web was.
June is a time for lazy summer days. Unless you live in technology history. This monthly Kindle single tells you all the amazing tech that was demonstrated, presented or launched in June. From the first Apple I to the first iPhone, get the scoop on the history of Tech in June.
May is a time for ideas and demonstrations. From the idea of satellites to the idea of software patents those ideas can vary in value. The demos vary too from the telegraph to VisiCalc to the Apple Newton. Want to know just how important May was to tech history? We're here to help you find out.
In this month's tech history Kindle Single, Apollo 13 heads out and back again, barely. Plus it's springtime! Which means new beginnings for Microsoft, the iTunes store and Moore's Law. All that renewal for just 99 cents.
March is for adventurers. It's for physics lovers. It's for gamers. It's for-- well darn it it, it seems to be for everyone. Lots of births and loads of firsts in technology history literally litter the pages of this month's Kindle Single. At 99 cents that's a lot of awesome history per cent. Just saying.