Glen Beck (background) and Betty Snyder (foreground) program the ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer) in 1946. ENIAC is generally recognized as the world's first computer.
Photograph courtesy U.S. Army
forecast, or estimation based on facts.
device designed to access data, perform prescribed tasks at high speed, and display the results.
having to do with numbers (or digits), often in a format used by computers.
devices or tools that use electricity to work.
the art and science of building, maintaining, moving, and demolishing structures.
vast, worldwide system of linked computers and computer networks.
person who studies the relationship between matter, energy, motion, and force.