TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY

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In History
  • First flight, Wright brothers

    First flight, Wright brothers
    It is the first long and verified motor flight.
  • The television

    The television
    Television is a system of transmission of images and sound at a distance through Hertz waves.
  • First computer ( ENIAC )

    First computer ( ENIAC )
    The ENIAC was born in 1943, although it was not completed until 1946, it was a contract between the US Army and its developers John Mauchly and John Presper Eckert.
  • First microwave oven

    First  microwave oven
    Engineer Percy Spencer, while working with his magnetron device, discovered that the candy bar in his pocket melted under the radiation from that system.
  • Laser

    Laser
    The laser is a device that emits light through optical amplification and by stimulating the emission of electromagnetic radiation.
  • Email

    Email
    Is a service that allows the exchange of messages through electronic communication systems. ... Both allow you to send and receive messages, which reach their destination thanks to the existence of an address.
  • Mobile phone

    Mobile phone
    Is a small portable radio telephone. The mobile phone can be used to communicate over long distances without wires.
  • Personal computer

    Personal computer
    It is a type of microcomputer designed in principle to be used by a single person.
  • Windows operating system

    Windows operating system
    It is a set of programs that enables the administration of a computer's resources. This type of system begins to work when the equipment is turned on to manage the hardware from the most basic levels.
  • CDs and flash memory

    CDs and flash memory
    Allows reading and writing of multiple memory locations in the same operation. It is about the technology used in USB memory, solid state drives and current BIOS.
  • Bluetooth standard, Ericsson

    Bluetooth standard, Ericsson
    Is an industrial specification for wireless personal area networks (WPAN) created by Bluetooth that enables the transmission of voice and data between different devices.
  • DVD

    DVD
    They are compact discs that use a technology similar to CD-ROMs, CR-R / RW to store all kinds of data: video, audio, texts, photos, etc.
  • Optical mouse

    Optical mouse
    Uses a laser (or other light technology) to detect movement. The optical mouse is a great advantage compared to classic mice, with the internal scroll wheel that kept getting dirty and did not have great precision.
  • Wi-fi networks

    Wi-fi networks
    It literally means Wireless Fidelity. It is a set of networks that do not require cables and that work based on certain previously established protocols.
  • Blu-ray standard

    Blu-ray standard
    Is a new generation optical disc format.