• Calculating machine

    Analytical Engine. It is considered as the first computer. Charles Babbage worked on this machine until he passed away in 1871.
  • Telegraph that can send short and long beeps

    Samuel Morse invented a code that represents letters as sets of short and long electrical pulses. There is a short pause between letters, and a long pause between each word.
  • Commercial radio broadcasting

    Harding and James Cox invented the first commercial radio broadcasting. Westinghouse obtained the first U.S. commercial broadcasting license.
  • Homes get television

    In the 1950's the first homes got tevlevision.
  • Email messages were sent

    The first email messages were sent by Ray Tomlinson. He sent the email to himself and it was something like "QWERTYUIOP."
  • Mobile phone

    He introduced the DynaTAC phone at a press conference in New York. He wanted to make sure it worked before the press conference, he placed the first public cell phone call, to engineer Joel Engel.
  • Apple Company founded

    It was founded on April 1st, 1976, in California.
  • Cellphones for sale

    The Motorola DynaTAC 8000X was the first cellphone ever for sale.
  • Browser Program

    It was first called WorldWideWeb or Browser-editer. Much later it became renamed, Nexus.
  • Smartphone

    IBM created the first smartphone. It was the first touchscreen phone.
  • Facebook

    Mark Zuckerberg, Eduardo Saverin, Dustin Moskovitz, and Chris Hughes were all the inventors of Facebook. Facebook then became the largest social media network in he world. Nearly 3 billion people were using Facebook in 2021.
  • Instagram

    Kevin Systrom invented Instagram. His first prodoype of Instagram was a web app called Burbn.
  • Snapchat

    The company was founded on September 16, 2011, by Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy.
  • TikTok

    The chinese technology company ByteDance created TikTok. There is about 1 billion users of the app TikTok.
  • Microsoft Teams

    It was invented during a internal hackathon. Microsoft teams is currently led by Microsoft corporate vice president Brian MacDonald.