This Day in the Tech History
Technology has become a huge part of our lives. It is how we communicate, how we work, and how we play with friends and family. But what events in the history of technology have had the most impact on our lives? From the first personal computer to the invention of WiFi, here are some major moments that changed the world.
Which is the best Qualcomm Snapdragon or MediaTek processor?
There is no exact answer to this question. It’s difficult to say definitively which is the “best” processor between Qualcomm’s Snapdragon and MediaTek’s processors, as the performance of a processor depends on a variety of factors such as the specific model, the device it is used in, and the tasks it is being used for. Both Qualcomm and MediaTek produce a range of processors that are used in a variety of devices, and the specific processor that is best for a particular device or use case will depend on the needs and requirements of that device or use case. In general, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors are known for their high performance and power efficiency, and they are often used in flagship smartphones and other high-end devices. MediaTek processors, on the other hand, are often used in mid-range and budget devices and are known for their affordability. It’s worth noting that both Qualcomm and MediaTek are major players in the…
On-Ear Earphones vs in-ear Earphones
There are two main types of earphones: on-ear and in-ear. On-ear earphones, also known as supra-aural earphones, sit on top of the ear and are held in place by a headband. In-ear earphones, also known as earbuds or in-ear monitors, are inserted directly into the ear canal. One of the main differences between the two types is the fit. On-ear earphones are designed to sit on the ear and are held in place by a headband. This means that they can be worn for long periods of time without causing discomfort. In-ear earphones, on the other hand, are inserted directly into the ear canal and are held in place by the shape of the ear. This can be uncomfortable for some people, especially if they are worn for long periods of time. Another difference between the two types is the level of noise isolation. On-ear earphones do not offer much noise isolation because they do not create a seal around the ear. In-ear earphones, on the other hand, offer much better noise isolation because they…
October 15: Formation of Edison Electric Light Company Formed
On October 15, 1878, Edison Electric Light Company is founded by Edison and investors. The company’s goal was to fund Edison’s electric light experiments and develop a city-wide electrical lighting system.
October 14: The Birth of Home Video gaming
On October 14, 1977, Atari releases their Video Computer System. The Atari VCS dominated the market, popularised home video gaming, and helped mainstream the video game movement.
October 13: Cellular Network
On October 13, 1983, Ameritech Mobile Communications executive Bob Barnett makes a phone call from a car parked near Soldier Field in Chicago, officially launching the first cellular network in the United States.
October 11: NASA launches Pioneer 1
On October 11, 1958, NASA launches Pioneer 1, the initial spacecraft introduced by the newly formed room agency. Initially planned to fly by the Moon, a launch malfunction because of a programming mistake caused Pioneer 1 to only achieve a ballistic trajectory, which caused it to drop back to the Earth after 43 hours of the trip. However, some valuable scientific information was returned by the spacecraft.
October 10: The Pac-Man Fever Has Begun
On October 10, 1980, When Pac-Man was released in arcades, it sparked “Pac-Man Fever” and propelled the video gaming industry into the public consciousness.
October 9: Calling for the First Time With Cellular Over Outside Wires
On October 9, 1876, The first two-way phone call over outside wires is demonstrated by Alexander Graham Bell and Thomas Watson. Between the cities of Boston and Cambridge, Bell and Watson made their call.
October 8: ENIAC is commemorated on a special US stamp.
On October 8, 1996, To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the ENIAC, the US Postal Service released a special “Computer Technology” stamp.
October 7: A Transistor Calculator for the First Time
On October 7, 1952, IBM researchers convert an existing vacuum tube calculator, the Model 604, to use transistors. This experiment did neither shrink or speed up the desk-sized machine, but it did consume just 5% of the power that the vacuum tube-based device did. Following this successful experiment, IBM released the model 608, the first commercial transistor calculator, four years later.