In 1991, young electronics engineers Mike Juran and Tom Walton were working on test and measurement instrumentation at Hewlett-Packard in Colorado Springs. “They had a screen on them and a lot of buttons and knobs, and over time they got to be really hard to use, even for engineers,” Juran said. “Tom and I and […]
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