List Price: $20.00
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Binding: Trade Paper
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.32" tall
Several years ago, Armand Van Dormael decided to buy a computer and found that the European electronics companies had given up production. This prompted him to investigate the cause of their demise. To his surprise, he discovered that the program-controlled electromechanical computer, the commercial computer, the transistor, the transistor radio, the microcomputer and the www originated in Europe. Historians have covered every phase and aspect of semiconductor science and computer technology as it developed in the United States. But the pioneering breakthroughs by German and French scientists are practically unknown. The Silicon Revolution tries to fill the gap. The book traces the More...
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