Croatian inventor Josip Belušić born in 1847 invented speedometer.
Edwin Howard Armstrong invented FM radio and FM broadcasting. He won a patent for FM radio in 1933.
Wireless remote control was invented by Austrian Robert Adler (1913–2007).
An American inventor Oliver Evans made the first design for the refrigerator in 1804
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 given to a range of […]
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 […]
Radio came into being after there were significant developments that were made in wireless telegraphy. It was James Clarkes Maxwell who showed that the electromagnetic waves could travel through the empty space and other Scientists such as Heinrich Rudolf Hertz demonstrated the ability of the radio wave. Nikola Tesla is regarded by many as one […]
Many people acclaim John Logie Baird to be the original inventor of television.
A compass is used for determining direction identification. It is used for aviations, camping, hunting and other traveling purposes while moving from one place to another. No records confirm that who invented or when compass invented but it was was believed that compass came into existence in the first century and was used by the […]
Compound microscope was invented in 17th century. As to who invented the compound microscope is a question of controversy. There are three persons who claim to have invented it; Hans Lippershey, Zacharias and Hans Jansen and Giovanni Faber. The microscope was originally invented by Galileo who called it “Little Eye” but Giovanni Faber renamed it […]