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At a meeting in October 1968 the Westinghouse Molecular Electronics division announced a new type of field-effect transistor, the CMOS (Complementary Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor). Its much lower power usage makes portable devices more viable, and allows for efficient cruicial battery powered memory storage.
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<p>At a meeting in October 1968 the [[Westinghouse Announces CMOS|Westinghouse Molecular Electronics division announced]] a new type of field-effect transistor, the CMOS (Complementary Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor). Its much lower power usage makes portable devices more viable, and allows for efficient cruicial battery powered memory storage. </p>
  
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At a meeting in October 1968 the Westinghouse Molecular Electronics division announced a new type of field-effect transistor, the CMOS (Complementary Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor). Its much lower power usage makes portable devices more viable, and allows for efficient cruicial battery powered memory storage.