Bletchley Given £57,000 Donation

A bid to save Britain’s computing heritage has been given a $100,000 (£57,000) boost by a joint donation from US hi-tech firms IBM and PGP. The donation will help curate and restore exhibits at the National Museum of Computing in Bletchley Pa The two firms said they hoped the money would kick-start further donations from the technology industry to make up an estimated £7m needed to run the museum. Exhibits include Colossus, thought by many to be the world’s first computer

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