Can Silicon Alley Ever Beat Silicon Valley? A New Exhibit Shows How New York Once Ruled Technology

Publisher: 
Forbes
Date: 
November 24, 2015
At the 1964 World’s Fair, Bell Labs sought to connect people with the future. Beginning with the First Lady and the mayor of New York City, the company invited people to try out the Picturephone, a telephone with a video feed. New Yorkers were intrigued – it was the first time most had appeared on a television screen – but what really caught their attention was a typewriter bar hosted by IBM. Read more…
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