Who invented iPod?

Who invented iPod?

The ipod that first hit the market in October 2001 was Apple made. Ipod is an exclusive brand of Apple Computer, Inc. A team of five members with Jon Rubinstein (senior vice president of hardware engineering), Jonathan Ive (senior vice president of design), Tony Fadell (an engineer), and Michael... 

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Who invented telegraph?

Who invented telegraph?

Samuel F. B. Morse invented the first telegraph in 1837. Before Morse many inventors tried and worked on the same but the first practical instrument that could send telegraph using electricity successfully was designed by him. Samuel Morse was a professor of art and design at New York University... 

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Who invented microwave oven?

Who invented microwave oven?

Dr. Percy Spencer invented microwave in 1946 while testing magnetron for radar system. Spencer was working with Raytheon Corporation on his project when he discovered that a sweet candy placed in his pocket melted due to rapid temperature rise. The other day he tried and tested the same with... 

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Who invented sewing machine?

Who invented sewing machine?

A German named Charles Wiesenthal who lived in England got patented the needle that he designed for sewing machine in 1755. It was in 1790 Thomas Saint, who was an English inventor and a maker of cabinets got a copyright for a sewing machine as a whole. This machine was designed to sew leather... 

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Who invented refrigerator?

Who invented refrigerator?

It was in 18th century that the process of invention of refrigerator started. In 1748 William Cullen of University of Glasgow developed a process for creating an artificial cooling medium. No one took interest in it for commercial or home consumption, it only attracted scientific attention.... 

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Who invented yo yo?

Who invented yo yo?

Yo yo is a popular toy that has been used since time immemorial by children and is essentially a string that is tied at one end to a flat spool. It was made immensely popular in the 1920’s and is still quite popular with children and adults alike. There are a number of names that are associated... 

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Who invented wireless communication?

Who invented wireless communication?

Wireless communication was first seen when Alexander Graham Bell and Charles Sumner Tainter invented and patented their invention. This was known as the photo phone and was the early persecutor to the telephone. However at that point in time, it didn’t have any use, since electricity or other... 

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Who invented whoopee cushion?

Who invented whoopee cushion?

The Whoopee cushion has been the centre stage of many practical jokes that are played on people. This is actually a cushion that is made of rubber and is used for playing practical tricks on unsuspecting people. Made of two rubber sheets that have glued from one end at the edges, there is also... 

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Who invented walkman?

Who invented walkman?

Walkman is actually a Sony trademark and was the name used for portable tape or cassette deck players. These were meant for the listening pleasure of a single person and the trademark was later expanded for other portable Sony devices for audio and video entertainment. The term Walkman is also... 

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Who invented vacuum cleaner?

Who invented vacuum cleaner?

Vacuum cleaners are used for residential, commercial and industrial purposes. They are also known as hoovers or even sweepers are used for sucking up both dry and wet wastes from the surroundings. The dirt that is collected is collected in a bag for later disposal. The first documented Vacuum... 

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Who invented solar panels?

Solar panels are used extensively or generating electricity and power throughout the world. Though the initial investment is quite high, the fuel is cheap and abundant produces hardly any pollution unlike the burning of the fossil fuels.  The solar cell technology is extremely old and work started on this way back in the 1800’s. The […]

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Who invented sign language?

It was long ago that early man used gestures to express himself. He was the first to use sign language. In 1620 Juan Pablo de Bonet was the one to write a book which had the first alphabet system known to man. He used different signs through hand shapes to represent different sounds of speech. […]

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Who invented camera?

Johann Zahn designed the first camera in 1685. But the first photograph was clicked by Joseph Nicephore Niepce in the year 1814. It was thousands of years back that an Iraqi scientist Ibn- al- Haytham made a mention of this kind of a device in his book, Book of Optics in 1021. The earlier cameras […]

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Who invented broom?

The broom is in use since 18th century. The brooms used earlier were made of animal fur and hair tied together with a piece of cloth. The broom was of great importance to clean the cooking area as that was the messiest part of the house and even the wooden floors in those days. The […]

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Who invented zeppelin?

Zeppelin was invented in 1900 by a military officer of German origin named Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin. It was a stiff framed airship, LZ-I that flew on 2nd July, 1900 carrying five passengers near Lake Constance in Germany. Zeppelins were used in the times of peace as well as war. More than 100 zeppelins were […]

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