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Intel 4004, the First CPU, Turns 40
By Thom Holwerda on 2011-11-15 22:32:12
You may not realise it, but today one of the most important pieces of technology celebrates its 40th birthday. In November 15, 1971, a company called Intel released its Intel 4004 processor - the first single-chip microprocessor, and one of the most important milestones in computer history.

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