Office for Macintosh is launched, Tim Berners-Lee has a idea and the iTrip is banned in the UK. All on today’s On This Day from TestHuddle.
Microsoft releases Office for the Macintosh on this day ion 1989. It’s the first general business software for the macintosh platform.
Tim Berners-Lee who was at this time working at CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics, first suggests developing a networked system of hyperlinks. By October of that year, he will have developed a prototype. Three years later, fifty active web servers will be online and thus the estalblishment of the world wide web.
The iTrip, a gadget that allows you to play music on your ipod through any radio was banned in the U.K. Under the laws, the gadget is seen as acting in the same way as a pirate radio station.
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