News Archive

Alan Turing's notebook sold for $1m in New York auction 13/04/15
How the computer changed the office forever 01/08/13
The road to uncovering a wartime Colossus 11/02/13
Babbage builders turn down Kickstarter 22/10/12
Alan Turing papers on code breaking released by GCHQ 19/04/12
The BBC Microcomputer and me, 30 years down the line 01/12/11
Babbage Analytical Engine designs to be digitised 21/09/11
IBM at 100: From typewriters to the cloud 14/06/11
Recreating the era of8-bit computers 28/04/11
ZX81: Small black box of computing desire 11/03/11
Enigma genius Alan Turing papers saved for the nation 25/02/11
The peice of paper that fooled Hitler 27/01/11
Pioneering Edsac computer to be built at Bletchley Park 13/01/11
First Apple computer fetches £130,000 at auction 24/11/10
Campaign builds to construct Babbage Analytical Engine 14/10/10
Cash boost for UK computer museum 13/09/10
Online archive of UK science launches 24/02/10
Alan Turing and the Ace computer 05/02/10
Packet switching system's first computer network 04/02/10
When Cambridge joined the computer age 04/02/10
Giving birth to a binary baby 03/02/10
Bletchley's code-cracking Colossus 02/02/10
Computer pioneer interactive family tree 02/02/10
Secrets, spies and supercomputers 01/02/10
Code-cracking and computers 06/11/08
Celebrating the UK's computer pioneers 24/07/08
One tonne 'Baby' marks its birth 20/06/08
UK computer history gets a new home 11/07/07
Enigma replica homage to heroes 06/09/06
Fifteen years of the web 05/08/06