- Printing press: The invention of the printing press by Johannes Gutenberg in the mid-15th century revolutionized the way information was disseminated and helped to spread knowledge and ideas across Europe.
- Electricity: The discovery and harnessing of electricity in the 19th century led to a wide range of technological advances, from the light bulb to modern computers.
- Telephone: Alexander Graham Bell’s invention of the telephone in the late 19th century transformed communication by enabling people to speak with one another over long distances.
- Automobile: The development of the automobile in the late 19th and early 20th centuries revolutionized transportation and changed the way people lived and worked.
- Airplane: The Wright Brothers’ invention of the airplane in the early 20th century opened up the skies to human exploration and paved the way for modern aviation.
- Television: The invention of television in the early 20th century transformed the way people received information and entertainment, and continues to be a major cultural force today.
- Internet: The development of the internet in the late 20th century revolutionized communication and information sharing, enabling people all over the world to connect with one another instantly.
- Personal computer: The invention of the personal computer in the mid-20th century brought computing power to the masses and paved the way for modern digital technology.
- Smartphone: The development of the smartphone in the early 21st century transformed the way people communicate and interact with one another, enabling instant access to information and services from anywhere.
- GPS: The invention of GPS (Global Positioning System) technology in the late 20th century revolutionized navigation and enabled people to accurately pinpoint their location anywhere in the world.
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