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  • 1. History and flow 1910-1930 By: Rio Turner Period 5
  • 2. 1920
    • First radio broadcasting begins in United Sates, Pittsburgh, PA
  • 3. Computers 1910-1930
    • Galvin manufacturing corporation Auto radios begin to be sold as an accssory for the automobile. Paul Galvin coins the name Motorola for the company’s new products, linking the ideas of motion and radio.
  • 4. Flow of computer
    • There are four parts of computer: Input, Output,Memory, Processor
  • 5. Input
    • The keyboard is an example of a computer
  • 6. Output
    • A printer is an example of output
  • 7. Memory
    • A floppy disk is a good example of memory
  • 8. Processor
    • This is a computer processor
  • 9. 1921
    • In 1921 the first radio shack opens.
  • 10. 1911
    • Company now know as IMB is incorporated on June 15, 1911 in the State of New York
  • 11. 1921
    • Czech playwright Karel Capek coins the term “ Robot” in the 1921 play Rossum’s Universal Robots
  • 12. 1924
    • The Tabulating Machine Company is renamed to IMB
  • 13. 1928
    • September 25, The Galvin Manufacturing Corporation begins, the company will be later known as Motorola.

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