How has the invention of ipod changed the world?
They help in education. Children learn from hearing, but usually tapes that are supposed to teach lose their focus. Cute songs and rhymes can be recorded and downloaded onto their iPods so they could listen to it on a regular basis and won't forget.
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soccer has made the earth change by adding a fun activity for people of all ages. it has also helpd some with better technical ability and ampadextermia.
They are still part of our lives today like the compass, wheel barrel and the umbrella. The Chinese are still making new inventions....
It made the production of cotton cheaper and more efficient and as a result, cotton became the fabric of choice around the world.
the telephone was answered by tyler from bridgeport and that changed everything. Before the invention of the telephone you had to send a letter, the delivery could take weeks to get to his destiny. Now with the invention of the telephone you can just call that person and communicate with him or her.… Telephone keeps families connected when they are apart, for example when the men had to go to war or went to different states ( Full Answer )
The cell phone made it easier to communicate. Phones with wires became too cumbersome. Wireless phones became the talk of the town. Corny joke, huh? Anyway, it's hard to find anyone on the street without a cell phone! So many have one that no one can be left out of the fun and convenience! In add…ition, cell phones along with other technologies have been incorporated in pop culture. Texting is mentioned in songs, but is also associated with driving accidents, mainly in the teen population. Cell phones are in the news everyday, upgrading and become smaller and better in quality. Hope I helped! ( Full Answer )
Well, the obvious answer is that people are more mobile as they can get back and forth more easily.
so that there is an easier way to transport massages.. and also a way of entertaiment projects Ect..
Henry Fords' invention of the assembly line changed the world for these reasons: 1. he made the production of assembling cars faster. 2. he opened the eyes to creators in the world. 3. he gave jobs to poorer/less skilled people. 4. he gave cars to poorer people by making them cheaper by them… being easier to make. 5. he created and easier world for everyone. That is all i really know about the invention. ( Full Answer )
if your asking WHO invented the ipod than i think it's: John Lennon. im not quite sure, you might want to check that.
Planes have made it faster to move from place to place and even made it possible to go to places across the oceans and seas quickly and without a boat.
The invention of the gun changed the world. You could also say thattelescopes/microscopes changed the world.
Well, Galileo improved the telescope by playing around with two pieces of glass, which made the telescope. The telescope revised Copernicus' ideas by studying the heliocentric theory.
Well, I would say the gun, with the car or aeroplane a very close second. The wheel and fire.
Well because it just did or cause with out imagine what the world would be like
Fred Jones' inventions greatly impacted the lives of people around the world by making providing cost-cutting ways to transport fresh food in air-conditioned trucks. Had it not been for his ingenuity, we may still today be limited to eating only meat and dairy that is in close vicinity to where we l…ive. ( Full Answer )
Pencils changed the world by allowing people all over the world to write and draw....Wikipedia is dumb i just changed this persons answer. so did i. it allso gave us a way to communicate with other people accross the world before the cpu
I pods changed the world because now you won't have to spend money on a whole album to get that one favriot song, or have to lugg around a case of CDs to put your player on shuffle. I pods also provide emotional support to those that don't have anyone to talk to, they can just listen to music and av…oid the world, on second thought. That might be a bad idea... Anywho I hope this helps :) ( Full Answer )
Tesla arrived in the United States in 1884, at the age of 28, and by 1887 had filed for a series of patents that described everything necessary to generate electricity using alternating current, or AC. This is used in homes and builduings. Tesla's coil patented in 1891, is the basis of today's wirel…ees communications. ( Full Answer )
well it changed technology by like okay the only way was to create a devise that could help put so many files on the ipod or any type of digital player or digital devise and then have all your songs and photos and videos and if you think about it because of what tony Fadell invented all of that kind… of technology would not be here today. ( Full Answer )
Guglielmo Marconi's invention changed the world because people could communicate without wires across the seas and other places
For the beginning of the Revolver used first in areas for a sidearm in hunting it eventually became the icon for wild-west movies. The first revolver was known as a wheel-lock revolver and was made in 1590 for Germany. It was later patented by Elisha Collier in Britain to be used as a common weapon …for defense and flintlock like medium protection. ( Full Answer )
Einstein is one of the most distinctive scientists in humanhistory. His ideas paved the way for inventions such as thetelevision, which dramatically changed the world.
The light bulb changed the world because people did not have to go around with a candle in differantplaces..
The invention of robots changed the world because instead of humans having to perform difficult tasks, you could program a robot to do it. Plus, robots have great precision so when they do a task repetitively they will develop better accuracy than a human. They also make life a lot safer for people …doing dangerous jobs. Bomb disposal squads can use a robot instead of going to the bomb themselves (they control the robot). And don't forget that robots can go into places that humans can't like Mars (and other planets) and deep ocean depths. ( Full Answer )
Pizza makes me happy. So do cucumbers. And yes. Umbrellas did. Think about what life would be like without them. Did you figure the answer out? Yes, they did change the world. The only reason I'm not giving you a complete explanation is because your question is really just a yes or no question. So t…here you have it. Yes. ( Full Answer )
because....... um it helps us get any where we want... and i mean any where.... nowi have to get back to work f ing my girl
Johan Gutenberg is usually accredited with the invention of the printing press. However, Korean movable type has been discovered as early as 900 AD, predating Johan's "invention" by more than a 500 years. Benedict Anderson has discussed the invention of the printing press making books widely availa…ble, leading to the demise of Latin as the lingua franca of the educated, leading to the rise of the vernacular and nationalism--giving birth to our current political framework of nation-states. See "Imagined Communities." ( Full Answer )
Harvey Firestone Inventions change the world. he made tires so that means we got tires for cars so we can drive it change the world because now we can rive to different places i different countries or different state in or out of the USA
Francis Bacon invented the Scientific Method, that means he made steps on how to execute the perfect science experiment, by having a hypothenuse, process and observations and other steps (look them up) he made scientist really think hard about their work, and he made sure that the scientist showed l…ogic, and laws in their work so they couldn't just say "oh because God makes it that way" or "By the act of God the flowers grow!" they had to support evidence, so to say. Hope that helps! ( Full Answer )
She helped the world look like a cleaner place with people walking around with pretty hair
yes t did change this world. if he didnt make the first car we would probably be walking to work or to school and that would take forever could you imagine
Thomas Edison's inventions changed the world because they worked by electricity and gave us the power we needed to survive and gave us an opportunity to do more.
Not only could antibiotics cure various bacterial fevers and othermaladies, but they enabled doctors to perform surgeries thatotherwise would be considered too dangerous because of the threatof infection. One example would be the C-sections (Caesareandeliveries) that are now routinely performed on w…omen in labor. ( Full Answer )
because if it wasn't for her we wouldn't have a flag to represent our country.
Now a lot of people have BlackBerry phones and it's a really popular cell so it changed the world by becoming a trend.
TECHOLOGA . NEW RESPONDENT . He invented the mechanical movable printing about in 1439 .
its helped us because we need gravity if we didnt have gravity than we would al be floating in thin air and reflection and math turms
despite all of the things it changed the world so much, well, to be honest the only thing it changed was outer space like the moon and stars... instead of using you hands as a telescope just use a proper telescope.
the ipod nano changed the way people think of the world because it gave them a device they could take anywere to listen to music
People don't have to walk a lot and people do not have to use animals.
Inventions cause society to adopt new ways of doing things, while ending some occupations and creating new ones. Whether agricultural, mechanical, chemical, or electrical, inventions that make things easier or faster will result in greater productivity or commerce. The world economy is based on prod…uction and trade, and anything that influences how they occur will inevitably alter human society. ( Full Answer )
Without the invention of the telephone the way of people communicating would change drastically. If the telephone wasnt invented airplanes would not be able to communicate, there would be no cell phones =( and almost all types of voice communication would be impossible for a long time. sad i know ='…( ( Full Answer )
Haha, well it just cheers up your daughters or some little girl you know? (:
Well.... It allows joggers to have a personal, non-cumbersome defensive spray against animals, and, in a few cases, people. It has probably saved quite a few lives, when put along with bear mace (which is estimated to save over 50 people a year), It hasn't really changed the world.... Its only chang…ed a few peoples lives. ( Full Answer )
The invention of coins didn't really change much. The invention of currency however changed everything. Wars have been fought due to it and it has provided a world wide basis for trade. Before when you traded items for each other it could turn into an arguament how much they were worth. Now an ite…ms value can be shown with a figure making trading easier. Currency also almost caused World War 3 . during the cold war when the soviets blocked berlin the allies nearly had world war three against the soviets. And the reason why they had blocked berlin was that they allies were trying to introduce their own currency there. ( Full Answer )
It hasn't. But if you want to hear the propaganda that would say that it has, you need to go to the attached link.
Ruth Handler (1916-2002) was one of the creators of the Barbie doll. The doll was the most popular of the interchangeable fashion dolls of the 20th century, creating a popular trend of teen dolls rather than infant ones.
\n. \n. There are many inventions that changed the world. \n. \n. For example, the telephone helped increase communication. \n. \n. The computer also changed the world because it can store information and you can access the internet. \n. \n. It also increased communication with e-mail.
The Wheel. Created in mid-4th millenim in Mesopotamia, the wheelwas created by Sumerians out of wood to carry crops andMesopotamians as far as Lebanon!
Although Albert Einsteins was credited with many achievements, theywere not items that were invented. However, in 1926 Albert Einstein and Leo SzilÃ¡rd invented theEinstein Refrigerator, a new design for an absorption refrigerator,and received a patent for it. The absorption refrigerator did notus…e electricity. It used a heat source and had no motor or movingparts. This type of refrigerator was useful in mobile homes and inthird world countries where electricity might not be available buta wood based fire was always usable to make this type ofrefrigerator work. ( Full Answer )