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Images Dated 18th September 2008

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Pilot ACE computer, 1950 Featured 18 Sep 2008 Print

Pilot ACE computer, 1950

Pilot ACE computer. Control panel of the Automatic Computing Engine (ACE) pilot model. This was a preliminary version of the full ACE design, which had been proposed by the British computer scientist and mathematician Alan Turing (1912-1954). The Pilot ACE was one of the first computers built in the UK. It began operating in 1951, and was used until 1955. A commercial version, the DEUCE, was manufactured between 1955 and 1964. Photographed in 1950, in the Control Mechanisms and Electronics Division of the National Physical Laboratory, Teddington, UK

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Malaysia, Penang, (Pulau Pinang), Georgetown, Chinatown district, public helo' Featured 18 Sep 2008 Print

Malaysia, Penang, (Pulau Pinang), Georgetown, Chinatown district, public helo'

Malaysia, Penang, (Pulau Pinang), Georgetown, Chinatown district, public helo telephone boxes

© Gavin Hellier / AWL Images Ltd

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A six-month old cub looks on at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis Featured 18 Sep 2008 Print

A six-month old cub looks on at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis

A six-month old cub looks on at the Laohu Valley Reserve near Philippolis September 18, 2008. The "Save China's Tigers" is a breeding project, where the cubs are born under natural conditions without human help,the tigers are taught to survive in the wild. Only about 76 South China Tigers exist in captivity and some believe that fewer than 30 survive in the wild, according to the organisation.
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