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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 Dhuey (an engineer) worked under the leadership of Steve Jobs for…

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 in 1835. He became interested in telegraphic device in 1832 and…

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 popcorns and then with an egg, he was surprised to find…

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 but it could not produce results…

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. An American inventor Oliver Evans made the first design for the refrigerator in 1804…

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 with the yo…