|El pasado de la computación personal. Historia de la microinformática (2a Edición)
|Year of Publication
|Charte, Francisco, and García Lina
|Editorial Universidad de Jaén
By the end of the 2010s computers have become ubiquitous. Users are not even aware that they carry them: in their cellphones, smart watches, and other similar devices. This evolution has been made possible as a result of the revolution that took place in the 1970s and the 1980s. It was then, with the emergence of microprocessors and microcomputers, that computing began to arrive at people's houses. This book recovers the history of those devices.