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A laptop connects to the Internet to display information from Wikipedia; long-distance communication between computer systems is a hallmark of the Inf
A laptop connects to the Internet to display information from Wikipedia; long-distance communication between computer systems is a hallmark of the Information Age
Rings of time showing some important dates in the Digital Revolution from 1968 to 2017
Rings of time showing some important dates in the Digital Revolution from 1968 to 2017
A Pennsylvania state historical marker in Philadelphia cites the creation of ENIAC, the "first all-purpose digital computer", in 1946 as the beginning
A Pennsylvania state historical marker in Philadelphia cites the creation of ENIAC, the "first all-purpose digital computer", in 1946 as the beginning of the Information Age.
A university computer lab containing many desktop PCs
A university computer lab containing many desktop PCs
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Size comparison of bipolar junction transistor packages, including (from left to right): SOT-23, TO-92, TO-126, and TO-3
Size comparison of bipolar junction transistor packages, including (from left to right): SOT-23, TO-92, TO-126, and TO-3
Julius Edgar Lilienfeld proposed the concept of a field-effect transistor in 1925.
Julius Edgar Lilienfeld proposed the concept of a field-effect transistor in 1925.
John Bardeen, William Shockley, and Walter Brattain at Bell Labs in 1948; Bardeen and Brattain invented the point-contact transistor in 1947 and Shock
John Bardeen, William Shockley, and Walter Brattain at Bell Labs in 1948; Bardeen and Brattain invented the point-contact transistor in 1947 and Shockley invented the bipolar junction transistor in 1948.
A replica of the first working transistor, a point-contact transistor invented in 1947
A replica of the first working transistor, a point-contact transistor invented in 1947