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CONCERNING THE LAST DAYS
in speed and knowledge
12:4 "But as for
you, Daniel, conceal these words and
seal up the book until the end of
time; many will go back and forth,
and knowledge will increase."
Knowledge is increasing in quantum
leaps especially in the fields of
computers and physics.
2017: The Defense Advanced Research
Projects Agency (DARPA) is developing
a new "Molecular
Informatics" program that uses
molecules as computers.
2016: The first reprogrammable
quantum computer was created.
"Until now, there hasn't been
any quantum-computing platform that
had the capability to program new
algorithms into their system.
2015: Apple releases the Apple Watch.
Microsoft releases Windows 10
2012: Facebook gains 1 billion users
on October 4.
2011: Google releases the Chromebook,
a laptop that runs the Google Chrome
2010: Apple unveils the iPad,
changing the way consumers view media
and jumpstarting the dormant tablet
2009: Microsoft launches Windows 7
2007: The iPhone brings many computer
functions to the smartphone.
2006: Apple introduces the MacBook
Pro, its first Intel-based, dual-core
mobile computer, as well as an
Intel-based iMac. Nintendo's Wii game
console hits the market.
2005: YouTube, a video sharing
service, is founded. Google acquires
Android, a Linux-based mobile phone
2004: Mozilla's Firefox 1.0
challenges Microsoft's Internet
Explorer, the dominant Web browser.
Facebook, a social networking site,
2003: The first 64-bit processor,
AMD's Athlon 64, becomes available to
the consumer market.
2001: Apple unveils the Mac OS X
operating system, which provides
protected memory architecture and
pre-emptive multi-tasking, among
other benefits. Not to be outdone,
Microsoft rolls out Windows XP, which
has a significantly redesigned GUI.
1999: The term Wi-Fi becomes part of
the computing language and users
begin connecting to the Internet
1997: Microsoft invests $150 million
1996: Sergey Brin and Larry Page
develop the Google search engine at
1994: PCs become gaming machines as
"Command & Conquer,"
"Alone in the Dark 2,"
"Theme Park," "Magic
Carpet," "Descent" and
"Little Big Adventure" are
among the games to hit the market.
1993: The Pentium microprocessor
advances the use of graphics and
music on PCs.
1990: Tim Berners-Lee, a researcher
at CERN, the high-energy physics
laboratory in Geneva, develops
HyperText Markup Language (HTML),
giving rise to the World Wide Web.