Google has donated more than half a million pounds to help the UK's iconic Bletchley Park move closer to its goal of becoming a 'world-class' heritage and education centre.
Bletchley Park, the home of Alan Turing's World War II code-breaking team and the museum of computing, is set to get funding from Google to revamp some of its dilapidated buildings.
An Apple-1 computer in its original packaging has finally been auctioned off by Christie's – raising an impressive £133,250.
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This weekend saw The National Museum of Computing host a vintage computer fair at Bletchley Park, with hundreds of retro-tech enthusiasts gathering at Bletchley Park to look at, play with and talk about the history of computing technology in the UK.
The National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park will host the first British vintage computing festival on 19-20 June this year.
A petition by Baroness McIntosh of Hudnall in the House of Lords to ask for government support for Bletchley Park was rejected by Lord Davies of Oldham, the Deputy Chief Whip of the House of Lords.