An album of authentic electronica created by software programmers is being released to raise funds to help start a programming club for young people at TNMOC.
The first iPhone app for visitors to The National Museum of Computing is now available free from the iPhone App Store.
The video of Prof Brian Randell, seated in the heart of the Colossus Gallery, telling the story of how he uncovered the secrets of Colossus, the world's first electronic computer, is now online.
New TNMOC book tells the story of the world's oldest working digital computer which was restored and rebooted at the Museum in 2012. Available now in TNMOC shop or through Amazon.
The Harwell Dekatron / WITCH computer has been recognised by Guinness World Records as the world's oldest original working digital computer. A video of the Reboot event is released on You Tube.
This week sees the production of the first replica components for the recreation of EDSAC, the computer that 63 years ago made general purpose computing available to users for the first time.
The world's oldest original working digital computer springs back into action at TNMOC today!
The 61 year old computer that refuses to retire.
New funding enables TNMOC to seize the opportunity to support schools in computing learning
"Any self-respecting science needs to understand its past"
LoveLetters computer art installation wins the first Tony Sale Award for computer conservation. (A news release from the Computer Conservation Society.)
The National Museum of Computing has appointed Dr David Hartley as its first Museum Director.
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