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Technology Time line 1999-2013

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Grace Maike

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Technology Time line 1999-2013
The first ipod was released in October of 2001, by Apple.
Skype is a application easily downloadable to your desktop PC or mobile like the iPhone. Using your current internet connection, all you have to do is grab your headset with microphone, hit the green button, and you are ready to call people across the world for free.

Wifi - is a popular technology that allows an electronic device to exchange data or connect to the internet wirelessly using radio waves.

Play station 1 - a "slim" version to replace the original grey console.The PlayStation was the first of the PlayStation series of consoles and handheld game devices.
By : Grace Maike & Brooke Keck
AT&T beccame the first U.S cell company to have instant text messaging. They allowed phones to send and recieve instant messages or texts.
Apple presents the iPod as offering "1,000 songs in your pocket"
The game cube Unlike the Nintendo 64 and Game Boy Color, which connect using an adapter, the GameCube will conect directly with the gameboy advance information using a link cable to transmit back and forth, and it's a 6th generaton video game console.

Braille glove a device that senses its wearers hand movements and transmits them wirelesly to a tiny handheld monitar were words appear.
Optical Camoflauge system- millitary uses this system in special forces and on Cov. Opt. missions
I tunes music store- It's a very simple concept: sell songs in digital setting for less than a buck and let consumers play them whenever and wherever they like—as long as it's on an Apple products
YouTube is a video-sharing website, created by three former PayPal employees in February 2005 and owned by Google since 2006, on which people can upload, and share videos. Most people will get on youtube to listen to music or watch funny videos.
Facebook is an online social networking site. Users must sign up before using the site, after they can create a profile, add other users as friends, exchange messages, and receive notifications when they update their profile.
Mars Roaver is an automated motor vehicle which propels itself across the surface of the planet Mars upon arrival. There have been four successful robotically operated Mars rovers.
The Xbox 360 was released as the successor of the original Xbox in November 2005. The XBox 360 now allowed you to stream multimedia and buy show, music games or movies
Play station 3-The PlayStation 3 was first released in Japan on November 11, 2006, it had a minimum storage capacity of 20 GB and a max of 500 GB and had an active internet connection.
DVR- A digital video recorder, sometimes referred to by the term personal video recorder, is a electronics device or application that records video in a digital format to a disk drive, USB flash drive, SD memory card or other local or networked storage device.
Wii- The Wii is a home video game console released by Nintendo on November 19, 2006. As a seventh-generation console, the Wii competes with Microsoft's Xbox 360 and Sony's PlayStation 3.
The iPhone is a smartphone that was designed and marketed by Apple. It is the first generation of iPhone and was announced on January 9, 2007 after months of rumors and speculation. Since June 11th, 2013 the original iPhone has been considered, "vintage" by other service providers in the US.
Google chrome- Chrome is designed to be fast in every possible way and designed to keep you safer and more secure on the web also has many useful features including automatic full-page translation and access to thousands of apps.
Bladeless Fan- a "bladeless" fan blows air from a ring with no external blades. Its blades are hidden in its base. Fan blades send bursts of air while the bladeless fan produces a constant air flow
The retail DNA test- Roger Houston invented the DNA testing and testing of DNA required a biological sample such as hair, blood, or other biological fluid. This sample is then broken down by an special acid and then is processed further so the individual genetic pieces are broken down.
Aids Vaccine- which would either protect individuals who do not have HIV from getting that virus, or may have a effect on the people who have or later will contract HIV/AIDS. Currently, there is no effective vaccine but many research projects managing clinical trials are looking to create one.

Stark Hand- the affordable prosthetic hand that works as a system of pulleys rather than robotics. Mark’s invention came from his realization of the limitations of the prosthetic hook that his friend wears. Mark designed a hand that is extremely functional yet more affordable than costly robotic hands currently on the market.
Square- allows people to accept debit and credit cards on their smartphone or tablet computer. The app supports swiping the card through the Square Reader, a small plastic square which plugs into the jack of a smartphone and reads the magnetic stripe. It reads it like it would read a cash register.
Siri- is now an important part of the new iPhone, functioning as a personal assistant that can do everything from set meetings to sending text messages and almost everything in between.
Electric Cigarette- a cigarette-shaped device containing a nicotine-based liquid that is vaporized and inhaled, used to simulate the experience of smoking tobacco.
First synthestic cell- The cell was created by stitching together the genome of a goat pathogen called Mycoplasma mycoides from smaller stretches of DNA synthesised in the lab, and inserting the genome into the empty cytoplasm of a related bacterium
Hapi Fork- The HAPIfork is an electronic fork that monitors your eating habits. It alerts you with the help of indicator lights andgentle vibrations when you are eating too fast.
Grace's Career-Midwife
Prenatal Marker- The Ariosa test, called the Harmony Prenatal Test, is a safer screening that can be considered an alternative to the more traditional amniocentesis, which can sometimes cause a mis-carraige.
Thought controlled prosthetic arm- the prosthetic arm uses your thoughts and gives you the agility of a regular arm and you can move and do more things than with older versions.
Cubify cube 3D printer- lets you print out toys, jewlry, or other plasitc objects and much more in just a few short hours, and there is a print at home market place where you can buy and sell designs.
Brooke's career ( marine biologist)
Hi-Tech scuba force fins- they whip through the water like an eel and the light weight structure helps to move faster without doing too much work.
First Nikon DSLR D1- single lens camera that can take and store pictures and upload them on to your desktop.
Tags- a metal device that is attacheted to or inserted inside near the stomach of an aqautic animal, mostly sharks. They will lure them on to a platform and drain the water to perform a minor surgeory and they will also take blood and tissue samples. They use this to track the animals for migration patterns and is also used for less competion between predators and the safety of humans.
2nd career
trowels- in archaeology it is used to excavate in a unit when the space no longer allows for the use of a shovel.
soil cores- A basic soil core is a small metal tube with a handle at the top that is used for probing specific areas in the soil in search of buried artifacts or features.
NeoNurture Incubator a baby incubator, fully functional if needed, put together from what once were several Toyota 4Runners.According to existing data, over four million infants in the developing world die within a month of birth. Half of them would be saved if given a warm and clean environment.
Tablet Pc- Pediatrician use mobile, wireless tablet PCs to chart patient information, access medical libraries and respond immediately to patient questions during clinical visits. For example, information on weight control, immunization and allergies is often printed on the spot, or emailed directly to the family for later reference
Saddle Block- The development of spinal anesthesia, known in the mid-20th century as a "saddle block," helped relieve the pain of delivery, but often left women unable to push. Anesthesiologists have continued to refine spinal anesthesia techniques, and in most Western hospitals today, many women may choose to have some form of epidural or spinal anesthesia for birth.
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