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circuit board that connects all a computer's components motherboard
Integrated circuits are preferred because they are more __?__, __?__, and__?__ reliable, cheaper, smaller
single chip containing a complete CPU microprocessor
device for storing electric charges capacitor
1st general-purpose electronic computer ENIAC
system that uses codes called URI's to identify WWW (World Wide Web)
device that produces electric current generator
2 examples of solid-state devices photovoltaic cell and light-emitting diode
kilobyte =__?__ bytes 1024 bytes
"brain" of a computer CPU
system that uses internet to access remote computer resources cloud computing
world's largest computer network internet
how many bits are in a byte 8
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