Who invented drive thrus?

Answer Harry and Esther Snyder invented the drive-thru with the opening of the first In-N-Out Burger in Baldwin Park, California, in 1948. Other restaurants, like McDonald's and Jack in the Box, soon foll... Read More »

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Who invented the zip drive?

According to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Fred C. Thomas invented many of the critical components of Iomega products such as the Zip drive, Floptical drive and Rev drive. He also inve... Read More »

Who invented the flash drive?

Dov Moran, President and CEO of M-Systems Flash Pioneers, invented the flash drive in 1998. Moran came up with the idea after he had trouble getting his computer to boot for a presentation. He did ... Read More »

Who invented the hard drive?

The computer hard disk was introduced on September 13, 1956, by an IBM team led by designer Rey Johnson. It was named RAMAC, which stood for Random Access of Accounting and Control and had a storag... Read More »

Who invented the drive-through?

It is unclear who invented or built the first drive-through. City Center Bank in Syracuse opened the first drive-up teller service in 1928. The Exchange National Bank of Chicago opened a drive-up t... Read More »