Fire guts historic Silicon Valley building

10 Mar

An early morning fire on Saturday swept through Building 25 at IBM’s Cottle Road campus in San Jose, Calif., according to a report in the San Jose Mercury News. The building, which opened in 1957 but had been vacant since 1996, was the site where the flying hard disk drive–an ancestor to the modern hard drive–was invented.

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