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While cold war are an old of mine, almost everything built to fight the cold war fascinates me. All ages are characterized by madness; only a few have that madness captured in physical objects. Consider the largest computer ever built: the “Semi-Automatic Ground Environment” or system.

While cold war are an old of mine, almost everything built to fight the cold war fascinates me. All ages are characterized by madness; only a few have that madness captured in physical objects. Consider the largest computer ever built: the “Semi-Automatic Ground Environment” or system.

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A worker fixes an oversized mobile phone at the booth of Motorola, world's second-largest mobile phone maker, at the CeBIT fairground in Hanover on Sunday. CeBIT is world's largest computer fair with 6,500 exhibitors from 69 countries. 
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Grab a cup of coffee for the biggest mistake, and largest computing stroke of luck that created Microsoft, and one of the wealthiest fortunes the planet has ever seen. This one created the software industry as we know it! In 1980, IBM finally realized they needed to put a home computer out on the market extremely fast. However they could not find the time to wait around to build their own operating system. They wanted to buy one, and the best one at the time, Gary Kildall's CP/M operating system. Where was Gary Kildall on this fateful day that the IBM suits came knocking? Out of office flying a private plane. IBM went back to the office's and looked up Microsoft, which they thought had a broad license to sell CP/M. Microsoft came in and negotiated a per licenses model to sell the operating system at 50 dollars per machine. Bill Gates had created the Software Licensing Industry!

Time to do that list again.... Plenty of companies report on PC sales, or of tablet sales, or of smartphone sales. Even some companies issue separate counts of all three groups. But still today nobody (other than TomiAhonen Consulting through this blog) gives the cumulative count into the public domain. Even as all major computer makers agree that tablets and smartphones are 'real computers' and should be part of the computing industry. Almost all major PC makers have launced both smartphones and tablets. Several of the major smartphone makers have launched tablets and some also larger computers. So lets get to the count for the year 2013: