How big was the first computer ever invented?

Answer According to, the first general-purpose computer invented took up 1,800 square feet and weighed 30 tons. Publically unveiled in 1946 and called the Electronic Numerical Integrato... Read More »

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Who invented the first ever Web radio station?

The first Internet radio station was Internet Talk Radio, which started broadcasting over the Internet in 1993. Internet Talk Radio was invented by a technologist named Carl Malamud. Malamud is th... Read More »

What was the first dance ever invented?

Nobody knows but simple circle dances from the Mediterranean area go back at least 6,000 years.

What was the first sewing machine ever invented?

While there were earlier attempts at inventing a sewing machine, Thomas Saint's 1790 invention was the first workable sewing machine. The machine made a chain-stitch, using a single thread. Saint's... Read More »

When was the first electric vacuum cleaner ever invented?

Bacteria and fungi don't like living at such cold temperatures, just like us. By keeping food at