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Oct, 1953
Birthplace of the Transistor
The Transistor, that revolutionary new electronics device, is a product of telephone research. It was conceived, invented and developed at Bell Telephone Laboratories by men in search of ways to improve telephone service. It was announced just five years ago.
The Arab who first wrote zero And the mathematic clue To nothing at all is a hero Who never got his due Unless he sought To share the eternal naught.
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