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Chester Carlson invented a dry printing process called electrophotography, commonly known as a Xerox, in 1938. In 1953, the first high-speed printer was developed by Remington-Rand.

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Although the technology behind the dry printing process was invented in 1938 by Chester Carlson, the first computer printer is generally considered to have been invented in 1953 by Remington Rand. This first printer was ...

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The team that created the universal serial bus included Ajay Bhatt, Bala Cadambi, Shelagh Callahan, Shaun Knoll and Jeff Morriss. Though Ajay Bhatt is best known for the invention, he credits his entire team for their co...

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Although the technology behind the dry printing process was invented in 1938 by Chester Carlson, the first computer printer is generally considered to have been invented in 1953 by Remington Rand. This first printer was ...

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Robert Dennard is the inventor of RAM, although it was known as DRAM when he invented it. DRAM is an acronym for dynamic random access memory.

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The first functional computer was made in 1936 by Konrad Zuse in his parents' living room in Germany. It was called the Z1 and was the first freely programmable, electro-mechanical computer.

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The first working prototype of the Internet was invented in 1965 by a scientist from M.I.T. The network was known as ARPAnet.

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