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Source:  Realscreen

An upcoming Science Channel docuseries will take a comprehensive look at Silicon Valley and how it became a fertile ground for technology breakthroughs.

“Silicon Valley: The Untold Story” delves into the century-and-a-half history of the region which is now home to Apple, Facebook, and Google.

The docuseries includes interviews with Y-Combinator founders Paul Graham and Jessica Livingston; Kyle Vogt, whose four-person self-driving car startup was bought by General Motors for $1 billion; and Intel co-founder Gordon Moore.

“Silicon Valley: The Untold Story” premieres Jan. 28 on the Science Channel.

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