Telephones: Designed For Talking, Used For Just About Everything
Communication is an essential element of human existence. The transfer of information characterizes it. The best way to illustrate this is to discuss the evolution of the telephone. This extraordinary invention changed the way businesses are managed and the way people conduct their day to day lives.
Alexander Graham Bell patented the first telephone in 1876. Prior to his receiving the patent, three men were working towards
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