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  1. 30 de out. de 2009 · The Electronics Revolution: From E-Wonderland to E-Wasteland. Since the mid-1990s, electronic waste (e-waste) has been recognized as the fastest-growing component of the solid-waste stream, as small consumer electronic products, such as cellular phones, have become ubiquitous in developed and developing countries ( 1 ).

    • Oladele A. Ogunseitan, Julie M. Schoenung, Jean-Daniel M. Saphores, Andrew A. Shapiro
    • 2009
  2. It influenced the electronics industry profoundly, giving us portable TVs, pocket radios, personal computers, and the virtual demise of vacuum tubes. But the real electronics revolution came in the 1960s with the integration of transistors and other semiconductor devices into monolithic circuits.

  3. The Electronic Revolution is an essay collection by William S. Burroughs that was first published in 1970 by Expanded Media Editions in West Germany. A second edition, published in 1971 in Cambridge, England, contained additional French translation by Henri Chopin .

    • William S. Burroughs
    • 1970
    • 1970
    • Expanded Media Editions
  4. Electronics - Semiconductor, Revolution, Technology: The invention of the transistor in 1947 by John Bardeen, Walter H. Brattain, and William B. Shockley of the Bell research staff provided the first of a series of new devices with remarkable potential for expanding the utility of electronic equipment (see photograph).

  5. This book is about how electronics, computing, and telecommunications have profoundly changed our lives – the way we work, live, and play. It covers a myriad of topics from the invention of the fundamental devices, and integrated circuits, through radio and television, to computers, mobile telephones and GPS.

  6. 18 de nov. de 2022 · Figure 2. Bending e-waste into a circular economy. A fully circular economy of electronic products demands drastic reduction or elimination of wastes generated throughout the materials life cycle of the products from mining to manufacturing, consumer use, and disposal at end of useful life. Currently, wastes from these sectors are externalized ...