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  1. Intel was founded by Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore with the executive leadership and vision of Andrew Grove. Intel is the world's largest and highest valued semiconductor chip makers based on revenue, and is the inventor of the x86 series of microprocessors, which are found in most personal computers (PCs).
  2. Alan Turing is regarded as the father of theoretical computer science and artificial intelligence. He provided a formalization of the concepts of algorithm and computation with the Turing machine, which can be considered a model of a general purpose computer.
  3. The first remote control intended to control a television was developed by Zenith Radio Corporation in 1950
  4. American scientist Richard Stanley Williams invented memristor, a portmanteau of memory resistor; it was proposed by Leon O. Chua in 1971.
  5. The Leica APO-Telyt-R 1:5.6/1600mm is the world's most expensive lens ever produced for civilian use. It was delivered in 2006 on special order from a rich photography aficionado and former Minister of Culture, Sheikh Saud Bin Mohammed Al-Thani of Qatar, at a price of $2,064,500.
  6. Leica sold about 488,000 reflex cameras between 1964 and 2009, with the Leicaflex SL and the Leica R4 being the most popular models.
  7. Sony unveiled the first Blu-ray Disc prototypes in October 2000, and the first prototype player was released in April 2003 in Japan.
  8. The first DVD player was designed and manufactured by Tatung Company in Taiwan in collaboration with Pacific Digital Company from the United States in 1994.
  9. The television is on an average of 7 hours 40 minutes a day in U.S. homes.
  10. 92% of all U.S. households own a VCR or DVD player
  11. 98% of all U.S. households own at least one set, of which 79% have more than one TV set.
  12. In 2012 out of 1.43 billion worldwide TV households, 56% (around 800 million subscribers) subscribe to pay-TV services, consisting of cable TV, satellite TV, and IPTV.
  13. In 2012, there were 445 million total pay-TV households in the Asia-Pacific region, while pay-TV subscriber households in North America was around 113 million.
  14. The longest-lasting of battery is Energizer Advanced lithium. It can take 809 photos before dying; Duracell Ultra PowerPix lasted for 174 shots; and the quickest to die, Walgreens Supercell Alkaline and CVS Alkaline, both took just around 133.
  15. Steve Jobs (1955-2011), who was co-founder, chairman and CEO of Apple, Inc., led the team that designed and developed the Macintosh computer, and oversaw the creation of one innovative digital device after another — iPod, iPhone and iPad, was neither a hardware engineer nor a computer programmer. He considered himself as a technology leader, choosing the best people as possible, encouraging and prodding them, and making the final call on product designs.
  16. On March 11, 2011 Apple released its new iPad. The iPad 2 is thinner (33% thinner; 0.34 inches), lighter (15% lighter; 1.3 lbs), and faster (Dual-core A5 chips 2x faster and Graphics performance 9x faster) than its previous iPad.
  17. In April 2010 Apple successfully launched its Apple’s first generation iPad, which sold 3 million units during its first 80 days and over 14.8 million units in all of 2010.
  18. Tablets, Smart TV and Appliances and 3D devices (televisions, cameras, games, etc.) will replace all their current electronic devices in the next 3 years. Apple will dominate the tablet market; Samsung for Smart TV ; Sony for 3D TV; LG Electronics for the Smart Appliance, and Microsoft for streaming video content through Xbox Live.
  19. Comcast and Time Warner are developing an application that will enable their customers to view video on demand (VOD) or Live TV from their Galaxy Tablet or from their Samsung Smart TV without using a set-top-box (STB).
  20. Microsoft completed an Xbox Live software upgrade that enable users to also access YouTube, Boxee and others.
  21. Thomas Edison is considered one of the most prolific inventors in history, holding 1,093 U.S. patents in his name, as well as many patents in the United Kingdom, France, and Germany.
  22. CVS AA Long Lasting alkaline batteries didn't actually last longer than other batteries tested under the same conditions by Consumer Reports. In fact, those generics had less than half the power as Panasonic Evolta alkaline batteries.
  23. Among the longest-lasting AA batteries overall were Energizer's Ultimate single-use lithium batteries, which took 678 pictures before dying, compared with 92 shots taken with a camera using the CVS batteries.
  24. First three countries had television are United Kingdom, United States, and Russia.
  25. Google Voice (telephony service, free) gives you a single number for all of your phones to use, e-mails you transcripts of your voicemail messages.
  26. From computers, printers, cameras, cell phones, and televisions to stereo music systems, durable, lightweight, affordable plastics have helped to revolutionize the electronics. However, plastics comprise only 17 percent by weight of materials found in end-of-life electronics.
  27. In 1998 Sony accidentally sold 700,000 camcorders that had the technology to see through people's clothes.
  28. In the US, over 130 million cellular phones are being disposed annually.
  29. American physicists John Bardeen (1908–1991), Walter Houser Brattain (1902–1987), and William Shockley (1910–1989) developed the smaller, more efficient transistor, which led to a new generation of miniature electronics.
  30. American physicist Robert Norton Noyce (1927–1990) co-founded Fairchild Semiconductor in 1957 and Intel Corporation in 1968. He is also credited (along with Jack Kilby) with the invention of the integrated circuit or microchip which fueled the personal computer revolution and gave Silicon Valley its name.
  31. English engineer John Logie Baird developed the first color picture tube in 1944.
  32. The first transatlantic telegraph cable was laid in 1858 by businessman Cyrus West Field, and it operated for only three week.
  33. American engineers John Bardeen, Walter Houser Brattain, and William Shockley invented transistor in 1947.
  34. Hungarian-British physicist Dennis Gabor invented Holography in 1948.
  35. French physicist Alfred Kastler invented MASER (Microwave Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation), which is a device that produces coherent electromagnetic waves in 1950.
  36. The first nuclear power plant was built in 1951 in the US.
  37. The first fully transistorized computer system was built in the US in 1953.
  38. American engineer Jack Kilby along with Robert Noyce invented the integrated circuit (IC) while working at Texas Instruments (TI) in 1958. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in physics on December 10, 2000.
  39. American engineer Theodore Harold Maiman invented the LASER in 1951 while working at Hughes Aircraft Company.
  40. American engineer Nick Holonyak Jr. invented the light-emitting diode (LED) in 1962.
  41. German Physicist Max Dieckmann invented video camera tube in 1927.
  42. The first home videocassette recorder was produced by the UK Nottingham Electronic Valve Company in 1963; the videocassettes of movies became available for home use in 1967.
  43. The Stereo-Pak 4-track audio cartridge became available for home use in 1962; the compact audio cassette in 1963; Instamatic film cartridge in 1963; the 8-track cartridge in 1965; and the Super 8 home movie cartridge in 1966.
  44. The half-inch tape Sony model CV-2000, first marketed in 1965, was their first video tape recorder (VTR) intended for home use.
  45. Philips developed a home video cassette format "VCR" specially made for a TV station in 1970; it was available on the consumer market in 1972.
  46. First experimental Television broadcast in the US in 1928 and the first public TV broadcast in Germany in 1929.
  47. English engineer John Ambrose Fleming invented diode in 1904.
  48. American engineer Peter Cooper Hewitt invented Fluorescent lamp in 1901.
  49. Italian inventor Guglielmo Marconi succeeded in first radio broadcast in 1900 and the first transatlantic radio broadcast in 1901.
  50. English engineer Joseph Swan invented Incandescent light bulb in 1878, and American inventor and businessman Thomas Alva Edison introduced a long lasting filament for the incandescent lamp in 1879.
  51. The basic circuit has 5 parts, a power source, a protection device, a control, a switch to load, and the ground path. Circuit types include series, parallel, and series parallel.
    • Series circuits.
      • Have high circuit resistance
      • More than one load
      • One path for current flow
      • In a series circuit, if a component is disconnected, the circuit will be broken and all the components will stop working.
    • Parallel circuits
      • Have low circuit resistance
      • More than one load
      • More than one current path
      • In a parallel circuit, if a component is disconnected from one parallel wire, the components on different branches will keep working.
    • Series Parallel circuits
      • Have more than two loads
      • Some loads are connected in series
      • Some loads are connected in parallel

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Cell Phone (e.g.; BlackBerry) 1 $0.02 $7.30 Based on 1 hour of use per day
Desktop PC 120 $0.0288 $84.10 Based on 8 hour of use per day
DVD Player 13.8 $0.33 $4.82 Based on 4 hour of use per day
Humidifier 256 $0.0614 $262.25 Based on 12 hour of use per day
iPad 3 $0.0007 $1.02 Based on 4 hour of use per day
iPhone/iPod/iPod Touch 2 $0.0005 $0.69 Based on 4 hour of use per day
Laptop/Notebook Computer 30 $0.0072 $21.02 Based on 8 hour of use per day
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Netbook Computer 11 $0.0026 $7.59 Based on 8 hour of use per day
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Plasma TV 480 $0.1152 $336.38 Based on 8 hour of use per day
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