A wiki is a hypertext document that is collaboratively edited by its audience. This may be an individual, a group or an organization. It may contain information, examples, or instructions. Using a wiki can help you learn more about a subject you are interested in.
The Wikipedia article on the electronics industry is a good starting point. Although the semiconductor industry is the driving force behind the electronics industry, there are a variety of other electronics industries. As of 2018, the annual sales of the semiconductor industry are estimated at $481 billion.
The electronics industry has seen several new technologies and inventions, including the metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistor, which was one of the most significant technological advancements of the last few decades. Also, the microcomputer has changed the face of computing in many ways.
While the invention of the personal computer brought desktop computing to the office worker, it wasn’t until the mid-1970s that the industry exploded. This explosion spawned a number of related innovations.
Several of these innovations were in the form of software. Some of these programs were produced by full-time staff programmers, while others were done in the commercial sector.
Similarly, the invention of the microcomputer has led to a wide variety of other software and information related to the electronics industry. From an example, the IBM AS/400, to other companies such as Advanced Computer Techniques and Informatics General, there were numerous software and information programs to choose from.