Timeline of computing 2010–19
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|April 3||Apple releases the original iPad.|
|June 24||Apple releases the iPhone 4. |
|May 4||Intel announces the commercialisation of 3D transistors |
|June 15||The first Chromebooks, by Acer and Samsung, go on sale.|
|September 7||The first 4 terabyte hard drive is released by Seagate.|
|February 29||Raspberry Pi, a bare-bones, low-cost credit-card sized computer created by volunteers mostly drawn from academia and the UK tech industry, is released to help teach children to code. |
|September||Intel demonstrates its Next Unit of Computing, a motherboard measuring only 4 × 4 in (10 × 10 cm)|
|October 4||TDK demonstrates a 2 terabyte hard drive on a single 3.5-inch platter.|
|October 26||Microsoft releases the operating system Windows 8.|
|November 18||Nintendo releases the Wii U in North America.|
|November 15||Sony releases the PlayStation 4 in the United States.|
|November 22||Microsoft releases Xbox one.|
|November 29||Sony releases the PlayStation 4 in Europe.|
|August 26||The first 8 terabyte hard drive is released by Seagate.|
|August 29||Intel unveiled its first eight-core desktop processor, the Intel® Core™ i7-5960X.|
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