The revolution of electronic miniaturization started during World Conflict II and is continuing to change the planet till now. Miniaturization of computer technology has been the foundation of a relatively endless struggle between technology giants around the world. The market is becoming so competitive that the companies that develop microprocessors are constantly working towards erecting a smaller microchip than that of their rival, and as a result, computers become obsolete almost when they are put out on the market. The idea that underlies technological miniaturization is "small the better"; smaller is faster, smaller is cheaper, smaller is more profitable. It is not just companies that benefit from miniaturization advancements, but entire countries reap rewards through the capitalization of new developments.