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Noun1.Bill Gates - United States computer entrepreneur whose software company made him the youngest multi-billionaire in the history of the United States (born in 1955)Bill Gates - United States computer entrepreneur whose software company made him the youngest multi-billionaire in the history of the United States (born in 1955)
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Similarly, folks don't think of Bill Gates each time they click a mouse on a personal computer, but his imprint is there.
Backed by Bill Gates and Craig McCaw, Teledesic's Russell Daggatt plans to fill the skies with communications satellites, linking remote outposts and bypassing the landlocked Information Superhighway.
SEATTLE -- Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates, one of the most pivotal figures in computing history, will deliver the keynote address on Tuesday, November 15, 8:30 a.
Racism is the root of population control agendas," Brown claims in a new advertisement campaign aimed at Bill Gates.
Microsoft's original operating system (MS-DOS) was not a Bill Gates invention as many now believe.
While the book reveals the details of his tumultuous relationship with Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer, none can question that Paul Allen made a fortune despite leaving Microsoft in 1983.
Two years ago, when Bill Gates introduced Windows 98 to the press at the Comdex show in Chicago, the system crashed.
Along with Bill Gates, Allen worked at the Computer Center Corporation in 1968 in Seattle, finding bugs and enhancing the company's PDP-10 software.
The UAE s support to the charity and health projects in a number of countries worldwide is glorified by Bill Gates, the founder and partner in The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
CASS SUNSTEIN WOULD PREFER that we define the higher purposes of free speech in a digital-age republic based on the aspirations of Louis Brandeis, rather than those of Bill Gates.
Goggle-eyed with an endless bevy of wigs, he's a spooky Bill Gates, a Ferlinghetti-esque bard composing a poem urging people to vote.
10 /PRNewswire/ -- Back in 1996, Bill Gates was quoted as saying, "Julian Simon (population growth advocate) is right and Paul Ehrlich (population doomsayer) is wrong.