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Technology companies have known that their creators have lateral thinking and creative approach to the creation of new products. Even the largest companies in the world, however, had to start from somewhere.

Silicon Valley is still the center of the emergence of new innovative IT companies in the world, but many of the largest technology companies today have their origins there. Here we can understand where leave the largest technology companies today, before they become big corporations that have changed our relationship to the world of technology.

1. Google

For the first office of Google, Larry Page and Sergey Brin choose a garage 232 Santa Margarita Avenue, Menlo Park. In 2006, the company bought the house to use it as a museum.

2. Apple

In 1976, Steve Jobs lived with his parents in 2066 Crist Drive in Los Altos, California when Steve Wozniak began attending meetings of the computer club of Homebrew. The garage of the house will left in history as the place where they realize some of his earliest ideas.

3. Microsoft

In 1975 the two founders of Microsoft, Bill Gates and Paul Allen worked together in a garage 199 California Street NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico. At that time, however the company still not been established and therefore this garage is not considered a place from where he started early company. For current is considered first office hired in 1976 by the company. His address is Suite 819, Two Park Central Tower Building, 300 San Mateo Blvd, NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

4. HP

The first known garage in the tech world is 67 Addison Avenue in Palo Alto, California, where Dave Packard and Bill Hewlett created its first product, an audio oscillator, which was sold to Disney. This garage is now considered the birthplace of Silicon Valley and is preserved as a private museum.

5. Amazon

10704 NE 28th Street, Bellevue, Washington. At this address you will find the garage where Jeff Bezos started Amazon. When Bezos quit his job in finance in 1994, he moved to Washington and decided to create an online bookstore. Inspired by the success of other companies started in this way, Bezos began looking house with a convenient garage. The site was officially launched in July 1995 and within two months recorded sales of $20,000 per week.

6. Sony

In 1946, Masaru Ibuka and Akio Morita gave birth to the company’s Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering Corporation, which later became Sony. The company started in damaged by bombs over Hirushima building department store in Nihonbashi district of Tokyo.

7. Dell

One of the largest computer companies in the world began life as “PCs Limited” in room 2713 of the Dobie Center at the University of Texas at Austin in 1984. In 1988 the company was renamed to Dell. Michael Dell created its first IBM-PC and started to sell directly to customers by customizing it according to their requirements.

8. Samsung

In 1938, Lee Byung Chul-based Samsung, but the initial activity of the company did not have anything to do with technology. The first office of the company had an area of ​​16.5 square meters, there was telephone and noodle machine it was located in the city of Daegu, South Korea.

9. Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg wrote code for Facebook in 2004 in his dorm while studying at Harvard. The site was launched on 4 February and only 24 hours gaining 1,200 users. Today the new occupants of his former dorm room often get unexpected visits from strangers who want to catch a glimpse of the place where was created Facebook.

10. Yahoo

Jerry Yang and David Filo created website directory called Jerry and David’s Guide to the World Wide Web in January 1994 in a trailer at Stanford University, where both studied at the time. But the Yahoo! company begins in 110 Pioneer Way in Mountain View, California.

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