Chuck Peddle Pioneer Engineer of Early Personal Computing Has Died At the Age Of 82

Chuck Peddle, one of the principal engineers of the early home computing era, has died from pancreatic cancer at the age of 82. He’s best known as the lead designer for MOS Technology’s 6502, a low-cost processor (just $25 in 1975) that discovered its method into first-wave home computers like the Apple II and Commodore … Read more