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40 Most classic pictures of Tech startups then

Irrespective of how and where it starts, the foundation of all great achievements is a dream followed by tremendous hard-work and perseverance. These are the most classic pictures of the initial days of the entrepreneurs who have revolutionized the planet.

1) 1976, Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs during the nascent days of Apple I. [ via ]

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2)  1978, Stevens Creek with his Apple II Team. [ via ]

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3) 1980, Steve Jobs with Woz working on Apple II. [ via ]

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4)  1981, Apple headquarters in Cupertino. [ via ]

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5)  1983, Apple Lisa Team with the first PC. [ via ]

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6)  1984, Steve Jobs, John Sculley, and Steve Wozniak launching Apple IIc. [ via ]

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7)  1984, John Sculley and Steve Jobs in Central Park enjoying a day off. [ via ]

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8)  1991, Fortune Magazine invited both Steve Jobs and Bill gates at Job’s Palo Alto home for an interview. [ via ]

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9)  1996, Snap of Steve Jobs and Gil Amelio at Apple Town Hall with a faulty camera. [ via ]

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10) 1975, Paul Allen and Bill Gates co-founded Micro-soft. [ via ]

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11)  1978, First Microsoft team with 11 members. [ via ]

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12)  1980, Steve Ballmer who later became the CEO of Microsoft in 2000 with Bill Gates. [ via ]

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13) 1981, Microsoft co-founders launched IBM PC compatible MS-DOS. [ via ]

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14)  1983, the year Bill Gates introduces Windows 1.0 and many controversies. [ via ]

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15)  1985, Bill Gates holding hid calm amidst law suits by Apple. [ via ]

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16)  1985, Bill Gates flaunting 16-bit graphical operating environment Windows 1.0 in a 192kb floppy disk. [ via ]

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17)  1990, Gates launching Windows 3.0. [ via ]

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18)  1995, Gates with Jay Leno releasing Windows 95. [ via ]

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19) 1982, Charles Geschke and John Warnock, founders of Adobe. [ via ]

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20)  1985, Adobe founders with Steve Jobs on the eve of Desktop Publishing revolution. [ via ]

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21)  1978, Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore, founders of Intel with Andy Grove, their first hire. [ via ]

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22)  1970, Intel Santa Clara team and facility, Intel 4004’s birthplace. [ via ]

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23)  1970, Thomas Vincent Learson, President and Frank T. Cary, CEO of IBM with IBM 360. [ via ]

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24) 1961, IBM 7090 mainframe aided Apollo mission. [ via ]

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25)  1963, Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard, founders of HP. [ via ]

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26) 1930s, headquarters of Samsung, initially in grocery trading and noodles manufacturing. [ via ]

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27) 1976, Lee Byung-chull, founder of Samsung. [ via ]

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28) 1978, Samsung workshop produces 5 millionth TV. [ via ]

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29)  1978, Ed Oates, Bob Miner, and Larry Ellison on Oracle’s first anniversary. [ via ]

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30) 1987, Founder of DELL, Michael Dell. [ via ]

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31)  1989, Michael Dell in DELL production facility in Austin. [ via ]

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32) 1999, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, founders of Google. [ via ]

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33)  1998, platform of Google’s origin. [ via ]

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34)  1999, Google’s first team in Palo Alto. [ via ]

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35)  1999, Mayer joined Google and later became the CEO of Yahoo. [ via ]

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36)  1994, Jerry Yang and David Filo, founders of Yahoo. [ via ]

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37)  1994, Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder, started with selling books online. [ via ]

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38)  1998, Pierre Omidyar, founder of eBay with CEO. [ via ]

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39)  2004, Dustin Moskovitz, Chris Hughes and Mark Zuckerberg foundes of Facebook dorms. [ via ]

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40)  2005, Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim, YouTube Founders. [ via ]

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