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In the 1950s the U.S. had 20 computers, but those computers are nothing like anything we have today and none of them were the same.
The U.S. Army saw a need for a voice communicator that could cover long distances and include the capability of sending pictures at the same time.
In 1951 Assen Jordanoff and Norman Robin of New York City developed a special phone attachment. It could receive calls and record them even if no one answered the phone.
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