What year was the first IBM PC introduced?

Answer IBM introduced its first personal computer, the IBM PC, in 1981. This was the first computer that was mass produced in any numbers. The public responded to its small size, ease of use and price. Th... Read More »

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What year was the first iPod introduced?

The first iPod, commonly known as the "First Generation iPod" was introduced on October 23, 2001, at a media conference near the Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California. The first iPods were sh... Read More »

What year was the first solar powered car introduced?

Greg Johanson and Joel Davidson developed the first entirely solar-powered vehicle in 1984. The car relied completely on sunlight for energy and required no battery to operate, though the car could... Read More »

What year was the first commercial microwave introduced?

It was the Raytheon Corporation that introduced the first commercial microwave in 1954. Named the 1161 Radarange, these large microwaves, housed in refrigerator-sized cabinets, were expensive. They... Read More »

What year were the first Crayola crayons introduced?

The Binney and Smith Co. produced its first box of eight crayons, retailing for 5 cents, in 1903. The brand name Crayola was created by combining the French "craie," or stick of color, and "ola," f... Read More »