In 1987, Microsoft acquired Forethought, the developer of PowerPoint, for $14 million.
Earlier that year, PowerPoint 1.0 was released for the Apple Macintosh. It ran in black and white, generating text-and-graphics pages for overhead transparencies. In 1990, the first Windows versions were produced.
Learn more at http://technology-acquisitions.findthedata.org/q/356/2730/What-products-or-services-did-Forethought-sell.
In 1986, Tandy announced the Color Computer 3.
The Color Computer 3 came with 128K of RAM, which could be upgraded to 512K. It sold in Radio Shack stores and Tandy Computer Centers for $219.95.
Learn more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TRS-80_Color_Computer