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CNN Poll: Silicon chip 'most influential invention'
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 1/04/2005 12:30:00 PM.

Readers vote in three-month poll

The silicon chip is the most significant invention developed during the past 50 years, according to a poll of CNN.com users.

More than 119,000 CNN.com users voted in the three-month online survey, part of the Explorers special report, looking at technology of the past, present and future.

Twenty four percent -- or 28,500 people -- of those who voted believed the silicon chip was the most important of the 24 inventions listed.

Number two was the World Wide Web, taking 20 percent (23,600) of the votes, and third was the Personal Computer, with 17 percent (20,700) of the votes.

CNN Poll Result: Here


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