How CDs work?

Jul 10th, 2008 | By

CDs/ compact discs are now a major and popular object to store any data. In a Compact Disc, music or any other data is stored in a digital way. This process is not very simple. First the data needs to be recorded then it is converted into binary numbers by a procedure known as sampling.
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Who invented the dishwasher?

Jul 3rd, 2008 | By

The concept of a dishwasher was first brought to light by Joel Houghton way back in 1850. This was a machine made of wood which had a wheel that had to be turned manually. This machine had no market except from the big hotels and restaurants. Josephine Cochrane then invented a device in 1886 that
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What is 3D imaging?

Jun 28th, 2008 | By

Before discussing about 3D imaging let’s talk briefly about its meaning. 3D is an abbreviation used for three dimensional i.e a thing object vision or illusion that is visible in its three dimensions (length, breadth, and height or depth). Even we also move in our surroundings in three dimensions, without knowing it consciously. When we
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What are 3G Phones?

Jun 20th, 2008 | By

Communication is one of the important aspects of human life and therefore, we would always enjoy sharing our thoughts, ideas and our viewpoints with the people around us. Telephones have always provided us the comfort to talk from far away places, but it was with the advent of the cell phones that people began to
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How camcorders work?

Jun 14th, 2008 | By

Camcorders are ‘camera’ and ‘(video) recorders’ that capture high quality videos and images. There are two types of camcorders depending on the technology; the traditional analog ones and the digital ones. Camcorders are very popular among the general mass as they are both efficient and cheaper. The basics of traditional camcorders The two main parts
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Who invented Gasoline Tractor?

Jun 12th, 2008 | By

A vehicle used for various purposes such as hauling machinery or a trailer or used in construction or agricultural purposes to perform a number of functions is known as a tractor. John Froelich of Clayton County, Iowa, America invented the first gasoline powered tractor. After finishing his college he decided to develop a tractor powered
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How bluetooth works?

Jun 11th, 2008 | By

Any electronic device like telephone, computer and entertainment system is made up of many different parts. If we want to create communication among these devices than we have many options like wires, radio signals, light beam, many connectors, protocols etc. and many more are coming up. These days one popular and interesting way of connecting
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Who invented flash drive?

Jun 10th, 2008 | By

The flash drive is said to have been invented by Trek Technologies and IBM in the year 2000. Flash drives were invented to replace the floppy disks. It was also called as the Thumb Drive as it is a very small sized portable device. The USB Flash drive does the function of a CD-ROM or
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How does the telephone work?

Jun 8th, 2008 | By

The easiest way to contact a person is to pick up the phone, dial a number and you can have the conversation with that person even if the person is many miles away or anywhere on the earth. Nearly 100 years back you have to write a message or letter which reaches in days but
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How do speed traps work?

Jun 4th, 2008 | By

Speed trap is a device used by the officers to measure the speed of your vehicle in a particular area where speed limit is enforced. Radar or laser is used to measure the speed while speed trap is a stationary thing in itself. The element of stealth is used in the working of a speed
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