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Scottish roboticists printed a fighting robot for the new season of the resurrected Robot Wars, the legendary television show of the late 1990s.

If you are interested in the history of personal computers, you surely have heard about Xerox Alto, but probably it was a long time ago that anybody played with one.

Everybody is familiar with Sega Saturn, the console that was launched in Japan in 1994, released in North America in May 1995, and arrived in Europe in the summer of 1995.

The web was not yet around, Tim Berners-Lee was working on it at CERN in Geneva, when the very first e-mail was sent from Space on 28 August 1991 by two of the crew on a nine-day space mission.

Aged 80, Anthony Edgar „Tony” Sale, British electrical engineer, programmer, hardware designer, computer historian and museologist, died on 28 August 2011, five years ago.

The Smithsonian Institution and Autodesk launched an extraordinary project at the end of 2015.

Jan A. Rajchman, a Polish electrical engineer and, more importantly, a computer pioneer, was born in London on 10 August 1911.

On 3 June, the National Museum of Computing (TNMOC) in Britain presented for the first time how Lorenz, Hitler's top-secret machine worked and how it was deciphered by legendary code-breakers, which shortened World War Two.

The company has decided to release a new edition of the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) named Nintendo Classic Mini, which resembles the console launched in 1985 (1983 in Japan) on the outside most of all.

The British company SpecNext Ltd. pays tribute to Sir Clive Sinclair' classic ZX Spectrum+ with a machine named ZX Spectrum Next.