Can you imagine how different life would be if the telephone was never invented? One of the most powerful, and controversial, inventions has been that of the telephone. Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone, had no idea that what he invented would eventually change the world. The advancement of telephones has impacted the growth in the telecommunication field and has helped people around the world stay connected. Before this technology was invented, it was very difficult for
forecast, and games. Surprisingly, many people did not know that the telephone has been around for more than one hundred years. Telephone is one of the few inventions that change the course of history. This is the ever evolving technology enables humans to connect with someone thousands of miles away. More importantly, the telephone has changed how humans interact and also creates a global obsession. Technology History The telephone is one of a few inventions that change the world. However, not many
Smartphones are one of the most useful tools that you can carry on your person. The phone has come a long way since the 80s. People can use smartphone for almost anything. People use them for work, emailing, searching the web and staying connected with friends. Smartphones are changing all the time. Although smartphones can be great, they offer a whole new mean of wasting time. People can download a wide variety of apps off the app store. These app stores sell games and apps for virtually
creating the telephone which involved hearing which they could not do. Bell was an only child that’s mother was deaf so he was mostly raised by his father Professor Alexander Melville Bell. At 15 due to bad grades at his high school, Royal High School Edinburgh, he moved to London at his grandfather’s house, and for high school he went to Western House Academy. He married Mabel Gardiner Hubbard (1877-1922) who was the daughter of Gardiner Greene Hubbard the first president of Bell Telephone Company!
Telephone Etiquette A phone is ringing somewhere in your office. By the third ring the call should be Answered. BUT… before you pick up that phone: 1. Clear your mind of all but the task at hand – responding to the caller. 2. Prepare your phone voice 3. Answers by the 3rd ring 4. Offer your standardized greeting. 5. Be prepared before you respond. 6. Treat the caller with respect; be efficient, effective, empathetic and
Most people use telephones on a daily basis, usually without the user considering what process the inventors like Alexander Graham Bell went through in order to produce the first ever version of this device. The telephone has served an important role in connecting people throughout the world with the push of a few buttons. First beginning its journey in the 1830s, the telephone started out as a simple telegraph, invented by Samuel Morse (history.com). According to Antonio, the telegraph was the
The Cultural Context and Evolution of the Telephone It is common knowledge that the telephone was invented by Alexander Graham Bell in 1876 and that Bell was awarded the patent after a race (and legal battle) with Elisha Gray of the Western Electric Telegraph Company; what is less well-known is the cultural context that enabled the invention or the effect that the telephone eventually had on modern life. This paper places the invention of the telephone into context and explores the relationship
Jennifer Evans The Telephone: Then and Now HUMN 303: Introduction to the Humanities Instructor E. Elliott February 11, 2011 The Telephone: Then and Now The telephone was one of the greatest American inventions. Developed in the 1800’s by Alexander Graham Bell, it quickly became one of the most used inventions in the world. The telephone had many impacts on society and the way we communicated and still plays a huge role in the world we live today. The telephone has developed from something
Would American’s lives be the same without having telephones, light, transportation, or labor laws? That’s what Americans would be missing in life without having the Industrial Revolution occurring in history. The Industrial Revolution was a time of changes from working at home to working in factories with machines and engines. There were new inventions, upgrades in machinery, railroads, steamships, and oil booms. The lives of Americans were changed during this time period from 17th century.
HISTORY OF TELEPHONE 3 Early Telephone Development 3 The Beginning (1876-1900) 4 The New Century (1901-1940) 6 Modern Time (1940-Today) 6 CONCLUSION 7 REFERECENCE 8 INTRODUCTION A few centuries ago, there were only a few kinds of communication that people can use. They could speak to each other, they can use smoke as a means of communication to send their message from one place to another or they could use mail. Later on, they also had telegram. During the modern age, telephone is one