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  • 2500 BCE

    Papyrus in Egypt

    Papyrus in Egypt
    Papyrus is a writing paper made from the papyrus plant, a reed that grows in the marshy areas around the Nile river, from which we get the modern word paper. Papyrus was used as a writing material in ancient Egypt as early as 3,000 BC, and it was used to some degree until about 1100 AD.
  • 220 BCE

    printing Press Using Wood Blocks

    printing Press Using Wood Blocks
    Woodblock printing, also known as block printing, is an East Asian technique for printing text, pictures, and patterns that originated in China in antiquity as a form of printing on textiles and later paper.
  • Telegraph

    The telegraph, invented by Samuel Morse (1791-1872) and other inventors in the 1830s and 1840s, revolutionized long-distance communication. It operated by sending electrical signals between stations over a cable.
  • Telephone

    Alexander Graham Bell, 29, receives a patent for his groundbreaking new invention, the telephone, on March 7, 1876. Bell's research had progressed to the point that he could transmit sound using a technique that involved a needle vibrating in water, causing an electrical current to shift. The sound was transmitted by a shift in current.
  • Smart Phones

    Smart Phones
    IBM invented the first smartphone in 1992, and it was available for purchase in 1994. The Simon Personal Communicator was its name (SPC). Despite its lack of compactness and elegance, the device included many features that would become standard in subsequent smartphones.
  • Video Chat: Skype

    Video Chat: Skype
    You can make free calls online for up to 100 people for audio or video conferencing on any platform using Skype to Skype calling. When online calling is open, it's simple to chat with coworkers all over the world or catch up with your closest friends. Text, video, audio, and pictures can all be sent by users. Video conference calls are possible with Skype.
  • Facebook

    Facebook is a social networking platform that allows users to communicate with friends, coworkers, and strangers online by creating free profiles. Users can share photos, songs, videos, and blogs, as well as their own thoughts and opinions, with as many people as they want.