Who invented the computer processor?

Answer Intel invented the first computer processor in 1971, according to Kitchen Table Computers. Intel's 4004 microprocessor "contained as much processing power as the most powerful computer that existed... Read More »

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When was the word processor invented?

The traditional idea of word processing dates back to the Middle Ages and was first seen in action with the first successful typewriter in 1867. The IBM MT/ST (Magnetic Tape/Selectric Typewriter), ... Read More »

When was the Celeron processor invented?

Intel introduced the Celeron processor in April of 1998. The first Celeron processors ran at speeds of 266 and 300 MHz, with a bus speed of 66 MHz. According to Intel, the processors were intended ... Read More »

Who invented the word processor?

IBM invented the first word processor in 1964. The Magnetic Tape/Selectric Typewriter (MT/ST) was like a typewriter, but stored typed data on magnetic tape instead of paper. In 1973, a company name... Read More »

Who invented the first celeron processor?

The Celeron processor was introduced by Intel in April 1998. The Celeron processor is not a new processor architecture. Instead, Intel modified their existing, higher performance Pentium line to ... Read More »