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World First Things and Image.

World first invented things and Image.



World First Things and Image.
There have been many important inventors throughout history. But only a handful are usually recognized simply by their last name. 
This short list of some of the esteemed inventors are responsible for major innovations such as the printing press, light bulb, television and, yes, even the iPhone.   

Technology is a core component of the human experience. We have been creating tools to help us tame the physical world since the early days of our species. 

From ancient tools to the latest digital advances, human inventions and technologies have shaped civilizations and transformed life on the Earth.  As expectations and capabilities evolve, each new generation possesses its own set of innovative thinkers. Right from the invention of the wheel to the development of Mars rover, several inventions are revolutionary.

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The first X-ray photograph


Röntgen called the new ray "X", signifying the unknown. He presented a paper ("On A New Kind Of Ray") to the University of Freiburg on 1 January. It reached the Berlin Physical Society on the 4th, the Austrian press on the 5th, and on 16 January 1896 The New York Times described how "men of science in this city are awaiting with the utmost impatience … the particulars of Röntgen's discovery."

World's First Motorcycle


Here at Motorcycle.com, we spend an awful lot of time searching out and covering stories about the motorcycles that will shape the future of the industry. Sometimes it is also a good idea to turn around and look back at just how far we’ve come. The first known motorcycle in existence was constructed back in 1885 by German inventors Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach near Stuttgart. Essentially a motorized wooden bicycle, the Reitwagen, (riding car) as it was called, was the first petroleum-powered transportation device.
The “Reitrad” was registered with the patent office on August 29, 1885 creating a whole new way to travel. The first public test ride occurred on November 10 of the same year with Daimler’s younger son, Adolf in the saddle giving birth to the public fascination for motorcycles that still exists today. It may seem like a basic and rudimentary design but just think, if it weren’t for the invention of this gas-powered wooden gadget 124 years ago, we might still be getting around by horse and buggy.

The first video to be uploaded to YouTube.



"Me at the zoo" was uploaded to YouTube on April 23, 2005, by the site's co-founder Jawed Karim. Today, YouTube has over 1 billion users and has fundamentally altered the way we consume media.

The first time anyone sent a tweet.

On March 21, 2006, co-founder of Twitter Jack Dorsey hammered out 24 characters of his 140-character limit to craft the world's first tweet. Ten years later, Twitter has established itself as a major form of communication among its over 300 million users!






On March 21, 2006, co-founder of Twitter Jack Dorsey hammered out 24 characters of his 140-character limit to craft the world's first tweet. Ten years later, Twitter has established itself as a major form of communication among its over 300 million users!

World's First Website

worlds first website
erners-Lee first proposed his idea for a worldwide network of computers sharing information in 1989, while he was working at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva, Switzerland. According CERN's history of the first website, it was written on a NeXT computer (pictured below), made by the company Steve Jobs founded after his ouster from Apple back in 1985.
he site, originally found at the clunky URL "http://info.cern.ch/hypertext/WWW/TheProject.html," was updated frequently after launching; therefore, images of its earliest versions were never saved. Nevertheless, a later copy from 1992 is still preserved and welcoming visitors.

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