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A history of First World War technology in 11 objects

As we commemorate the centenary of the Armistice that halted the guns on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, let’s take a brief tour of 11 technologies that came to prominence dur... read more

15 wild fictional predictions about future technology that came true

The first lunar landing was depicted in a book from 1865, more than 100 years before Apollo 11 astronauts walked ... were working on developing this technology in the 1960s, it took Motorola until 197... read more

Greatest Inventors of Our Time

Who will remain in the history ... first patent for the stock ticker. Thomas Edison is worldly known as the inventor of the electric light bulb, the motion picture camera, and over 1000 more different ... read more

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This Is How the First Zamboni Machine Was Invented

After a Great Depression and a world war, Americans were ready to have some fun. Postwar innovators delivered, with new or improved products that made it easier, and cheaper, for people to play. The f... read more


Have Aliens Found Us? A Harvard Astronomer on the Mysterious Interstellar Object ‘Oumuamua

It was the first interstellar object ... Imagine another history, in which the Nazis have a nuclear weapon and the Second World War ends differently. You can imagine a civilization that develops techn... read more

The History of Wireless Everything

Bernard Carlson, author of Tesla: Inventor of the Electrical Age and a history professor at the University of Virginia, told Gizmodo in an interview. “Marconi was really broadcast technology ... war, ... read more

Jorja Jean: Land house exhibit will bring WWII history home

AS WE COMMEMORATE the 75th anniversary of America’s participation in World ... and objects that specifically demonstrate how domestic life was impacted every day by the war. read more

The 17th-Century Astronomer Who Made the First Atlas of the Moon

But Johannes Hevelius, as we call him in the English-speaking world, has been somewhat more forgotten among history’s great scientists. Selenographia was the first book of lunar ... of Tranquillity—wh... read more

15 unsung women in tech you should know about

The first programmers weren't men, and the first computers weren't machines. What they were, in both cases, were women. SEE ALSO: The female mentors making a difference in Silicon Valley Women's many ... read more

Little Willie, the world's first tank

Weighing 18 tons, with a crew of 2 plus four gunners Little Willie ... in the First World War. Therefore although Little Willie never saw combat and was redundant almost as soon as it was made, it rep... read more

When History Rhymes

Mark Twain once said that “History never repeats itself, but it does often rhyme.” As heads of state gather in Paris this week to mark 100 years since the end of World War I, they should ... what many ... read more

12 World-Class Museums You Can Visit Online

BRITISH MUSEUM With a collection that totals more than eight million objects, London’s British ... including exhibits surrounding women in World War II and the rights of women throughout American hist... read more



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