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    1960's Fashion Trends

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    around 30 to 50 pounds they took over during 1964 and '65 until 1967. Until a company called Texas Instruments came out with a prototype for the first handheld calculator in march, named "cal-tech". In 1965 an announcement was made stating that over half of the T.V networks, which included NBC, ABC and CBS, will be shown in color starting in the falls of that year. New and less expensive color televisions came into use in the '60s, which caused many people to switch from their old black and white televisions to new color versions so they can watch their shows in a new look. Seymour cray, was known as the father of supercomputing for inventing the CDC 6600 in 1964, which was capable of performing up to 3 million instructions a second, and was known as the fastest computer in the world until the speed was broken by its successor, The CDC 7600, which was created in 1968.The first typewriter was developed by IBM which made writing papers faster, more organized, and also helped save paper. The typewriter has the same pattern of keys that is in a keyboard today. The cassette was invented by a company named Phillips in '62 and wasn't introduced until august 30th 1963 in Europe. It served as a easy way to store audio and is still used today. The small changes and inventions of the 1960’s technology set the stage for the revolution in the world of technology. With the seventy million baby boomers growing into their teens, they brought with them change that is still evolving in our…

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    customers Basic assumption of any marketing strategy, the loyalty of existing customers is closely watched by Facebook , especially amid the profusion of competitors. For this, the company is constantly releasing new tools in order to make the user experience as complete as possible. Project Failures: IBM’s Stretch Computer: The IBM 7030 was the first supercomputer with Transistor . It was first delivered to Los Alamos in 1961. Originally priced at $ 13.5 million , but their inability to…

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