The History of ICT

  • FIRST COMPUTER

    rediscovered in 1822 by Englishman Charles Babbage. He is known as "the father of the Computer". This machine used the decimal numbers system and was powered by cranking a handle. The British government first financed the project but then later cut off support. Babbage went on to design his much more general analytical engine but later returned and produced an improved design (his "Difference Engine No. 2") between 1834 and 1869.
  • FIRST TRAM

    Tram, streetcar or trolley systems were common throughout the industrialized world in the late 19th and early 20th centuries
  • FIRST PHONE

    On 10 March 1876, Scottish-born inventor, Alexander Graham Bell uttered the famous words into the telephone to his assistant in the next room: "Mr. Watson, come here, I want to see you".
  • FIRST STEREOSCOPE

    The stereoscope was first invented by Sir Charles Wheatstone in 1838
  • PALEANTOLGY INFLUENCED BY ELECTRONICS

    The history of paleontology traces the history of the effort to understand the history of life on Earth by studying the fossil record left behind by living organisms
  • FIRST HEADPHONES

    they were raidio headphones and they were first ever created, all headphones started from telephones. The first stereo headphones were invented in 1958 by John C. Koss, a Milwaukee-based jazz musician and audiophile. Before his time, headphones were used only in industry by telephone operators and the like.
  • FIRST 3D GLASSES

    The first use of 3D glasses was in 1922 for the movie "Power of Love".
  • FIRST ELECTRIC COMPUTER

    Professor John Atanasoff and graduate student Clifford Berry built the world's first electronic-digital computer at Iowa State University between 1939 and 1942. The Atanasoff-Berry Computer represented several innovations in computing, including a binary system of arithmetic, parallel processing, regenerative memory, and a separation of memory and computing functions.
  • FIRST VIDEO GAME

    In 1947, Dr. Thomas T Goldsmith received patent No. 2,455,992 for a video game that allowed a player to shoot down an image of an airplane with a beam aimed at the screen.
  • FIRST CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL

    Between stade de reims and real madrid. Real madrid won 4-3 in the end
  • FIRST COMPUTER MOUSE

    The first mouse was carved from wood and tracked motion via two wheels mounted on the bottom instead of the ball employed in today's models.
  • FIRST EMAIL

    Email was invented by Ray Tomlinson in 1971. It was improved in 1972 to include multiple users. On a related note, the world's first integrated email system was invented by Dr.V A. Shiva Ayyadurai aka Dr. E-Mail from MIT. He designed the first email system in 1980
  • FIRST CONSOLE

    It was not until 1972 that Magnavox released the first home video game console which could be connected to a TV set—the Magnavox Odyssey, invented by Ralph H. Baer.
  • FIRST HANDHELD GAME

    In 1979 the LCD-based Microvision
  • FIRST SOCIAL NETWORK SITE

    Early social networking websites started in the form of generalized online communities such as The WELL (1985)
  • THEO WALCOTT'S BIRTHDAY

    Theo James Walcott is an English footballer who plays as a forward for Arsenal and the England national team. Walcott won the BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year Award in 2006. Wikipedia
  • RYAN GIGGS FIRST SEASON

    Giggs is the most decorated player in English football history
  • FIRST FIFA GAME

    The first ever game was 2-1 to a guy call ray wilkes
  • FIRST PLAYSTATION

    it was introduced then.
  • FIRST DVD MADE

    The first one was unofficial
  • FIRST PES GAME

  • FIRST XBOX MADE

    MADE IN JAPAN
  • FACEBOOK INVENTED

    It was founded in February 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg with his college roommates and fellow Harvard University students Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz and Chris Hughes.
  • GOAL-LINE TECHNOLOGY

    Seven fast-frame cameras located above and around each goal, such as on a stadium's roof, track the ball's movement within the goal area
  • New world cup

    There will be a new world cup because all the names will be filled up on the bottom of the current.
  • Football taken over

    I think football will be taken over by football and only teams with billions will have any chance and scandals will become more frequent
  • Completely Auto-piloted Cars + Planes

    I think that by 2050 after lots of safety checks planes and cars will be fully auto-piloted which could make the streets a lot safer.
  • I-ROBOT

    I reckon the world will turn into some sort of I-Robot sort of world.