The Surprising Story of the First Microprocessors

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Posing during induction ceremonies for the National Inventors Hall of Fame in 1996, Federico Faggin, Marcian “Ted” Hoff Jr., and Stanley Mazor [from left] show off the pioneering microprocessor they created in the early 1970s, the Intel 4004 Photo: Paul Sakuma/AP Photos

You thought it started with the Intel 4004, but the tale is more complicated

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