The History of IBM: the Personal Computer to Watson

The History of IBM: the Personal Computer to Watson Founded on June 16, 1911, the Computing Tabulating Recording Corporation is the company that predated International Business Machines Company, or IBM. From punch card technology all the way to the Watson supercomputer, this company has been changing the world one machine at a time. IBM’s early word processing took the form of the Selectric line of typewriters, and the IBM Personal Computer was a triumph in the industry. Since the company first started, it has been a pioneer in the business world, both with its products and with its ground-breaking policies. In this video, WatchMojo.com learns more about the history of IBM.

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