They were most likely developed at the same time, since one cannot function without the other. The first TV displays were cathode ray tubes, which existed before TV, so I guess technically you could say the TV came first, but only if you were being a PITA.
The telephone was invented first. Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone and obtained the patent on it in 1876.
the radio came first
what created first telephone or computer
Radio in 1897 .
The telephone was invented first.
input. The microphone gives a signal to the computer/radio/whatever you're using. it is input because when you speak into it,it gets in the amplifier and the amplifier processes it to came out as sound through the speaker
I think it was the Sanyo SCP-5300 designed in 2000
They were just basically calculators. People needed better ways and faster ways to solve equations. They called it the computer, because it did the job of a computer, which was actually the name given to a person who did calculations.
The Macintosh came out in 2010
The modern computer developed from the earliest calculators. Nobody made the computer right away. Computers similar to the ones we have today were made at about the same time as arcade machines came out (Late 1970s). "Who" dicovered the computer, I am not sure, but Bill Gates made Microsoft windows.
No. Radio came first.
The Nokia 5800 phone came out toward the end of 2008. The phone is a smartphone that was praised for its stylus and low price.
Phone came before the TV.
a phone came before a car
First Computer came in India in 1956
when the radio first started lol
it firstcame out on monkey day
It is to connect your phone to your computer. For instance with pictures- you can transfer them to your computer or vice-versa. Also if your phone has a music player you can transfer music from your computer to your phone. Hope this helps.
I'm pretty sure is the radio. :P
The antennae probably came from Hong Kong and the Circuit Board probably came from Mal The computer chips inside the phone probably were made in Japan. aysia. Screen probably came from South Korea or Taiwan.