Johannes Gutenberg invented the printing press which a machine that uses inked plates to make copies of pictures or text on paper.
Fax machine invented
Alexander Bain invented the facsimile machine. It sends copies of documents any time any where to other fax machines.
Invented by Samuel Morse as a way to encode and send messages great distances.
Invention of the Typewriter
Christopher Latham Sholes invented the typewriter. Typewriters help people to write quickly and neatly.
Thomas A. Edison demonstrated the first talking machine which could both record and reproduce sound.
Invented in 1895 and allows people to listen to news, music, and sports and Rush Limbaugh all over the world.
TVs are a system for sending moving pictures and sound from one place to another.
People first used videotape recorders to make home movies.
Lasers can send voice messages.
Douglas Engelhart invented a hand controlled electromechanical device for interacting with a computer that has a graphical interface. The mouse can move around on a a flat surface to control the movement of the cursor on the screen.
The first computer was invented by Charles Babbage and was mechanical not electric. Steve Jobs and Steve Wozcniak invented the first home type of computer.
Internet invented in 1973
Internet originated as ARPANET and it was important because people could use a map on it.
Post It Notes
Created by 3M's Art Fly to create a repositionable paper for people to work on and do their research on them.
World Wide Web
The World Wide Web was established as ARPANET in 1970 in universities around the country, but flourished in the late 1980s and beyond.
History of Communication
Paper is one of the most important products that was invented.