Month: November 2020

Brassiere Technology from Its Simple Beginnings as Breasts Support

Inventors of early forms of brassieres weren’t called tech innovators, as studies of past cultures show even primitives invented some form of breast support. It clearly shows that even during ancient times, women found the need to support and protect their breasts when doing daily chores. In the medieval...
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How technology can help combat water scarcity

There is more than enough freshwater on the planet to meet the needs of all people. Nevertheless, one in nine people worldwide still has no access to clean drinking water. Technology plays a crucial role. Drinking water scarcity Population growth, changing lifestyles, and urbanization only make the inadequate supplies...
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How Can Virtual Reality And Music Be Combined

The day on which he plunged into virtual worlds for the first time was burned in Fabio’s memory forever. At an information event at his university, the then student tried out the prototype of virtual reality glasses and was immediately “flashed”. That was in 2014, the technology was still...
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Telling The Story of The Creator of Solitaire

  What’s the most played game ever? It could be problematic but we’re confident Microsoft’s Solitaire card game that’s been part of the Windows product lineup since Windows 3.0 in May 1990, will be a part of this listing. Decades after the game began carrying people’s time, even in...
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