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The invention of the typewriter is attributed to several inventors, including Henry Mill's concept typewriter of 1714, Rasmus Malling-Hansen's writing ball of 1870 and Christopher Latham Sholes' successful American typew...

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Several inventors created typing machines similar to a typewriter. The first person to develop, patent and mass-produce a typing machine was Rasmus Malling-Hansen of Denmark. Malling-Hansen first patented his writing bal...

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Christopher Latham Sholes invented the first practical keyboard. It was manufactured by Remington and Sons in 1874 and was called the Remington Number 1. It was the first commercially successful typewriter keyboard built...

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Several inventors created typing machines similar to a typewriter. The first person to develop, patent and mass-produce a typing machine was Rasmus Malling-Hansen of Denmark. Malling-Hansen first patented his writing bal...

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Although the English inventor Henry Mill patented the first typewriter in 1714, the American publisher Christopher Latham Sholes invented the modern keyboard in 1868. The Remington Typewriter Company mass-produced Sholes...

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The invention of the telegraph is credited to the English inventors William Cooke and Charles Wheatstone as well as the American inventors Samuel Morse, Alfred Vail and Leonard Gale. The telegraph allowed for long-distan...

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The electrical telegraph was developed in the 1830s and 1840s by a number of inventors, most notably by Samuel Morse. The inventor's Morse Code revolutionized communication, allowing for the simple transmission of messag...

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