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  • Answer: no but it just changes itself!! it dosent really matter
    it just keeps changing by its own
  • Answer: yes there the same size but just different memory sizes
  • Answer: it was invented i 2010
  • Answer: Ipod touch.. too much money spent on a iphone and a ipod touch you can play awesome games and internet and pictures and music and lots more!
  • Answer: Yes, with the right drivers, you can play Xbox 360 or PS3 throughyour computer.
  • Answer: Yes it does.
  • Answer: 1. iPad 2
    2. Motorola Xoom (Wifi)
    3. Blackberry Playbook
    4. Samsung Galaxy Tab
    (Wifi)
  • Answer: The Apple iPad 3 was released on March 7th, 2012.
  • Answer: They had plenty of technologies during the American Revolution,many thousands of them infact. But the most advanced were thingslike: the pipe organ, the mechanical marine chronometer, largewooden ships with sails, single shot muzzle loaded rifles andmuskets (the breach loading rifle had just been invented and sawsome use by the colonial troops but when its inventor was killed inbattle the invention died too), etc. But the explosion oftechnological development leading to what we have today did notbegin until the Industrial Revolution in the 1820s to 1830s.
    1. The earliest electronics technology was the Marconi RadioTelegraph, introduced in the 1890s. However it really hadpractically nothing electronic in it, basically just two spark gapsconnected to long antenna wires: one for transmitting and one forreceiving. When a high voltage electrical circuit made thetransmitting spark gap arc, the receiving spark gap arced too evenwhen thousands of miles from the transmitter.
    2. The first "true electronics" technology used primitive diodeand triode vacuum tubes invented in 1904 and 1907respectively.
    3. Digital computers were invented in the middle 1930s by severalpeople independently. but the first electronic digital computerswere not built until 1942 through 1945. They used vacuum tubes weremostly very large, very heavy, used large amounts of electricity.very expensive, had insignificant amounts of memory (e.g. 10 to 40words total), some were not programmable and the ones that wereprogrammable typically needed dozens of cables to be rewired andhundreds of switches to be set all manually.
    4. Fully programmable electronic digital computers with reasonableamounts of memory (e.g. 1000 words) permitting loading both theprogram and data automatically into that memory did not appearuntil 1952 (e.g. UNIVAC).
    5. Discrete transistors were not used in computers until until thelate 1950s (because earlier transistors generally did not workabove audio frequencies (i.e. 20Hz to 20000Hz) and both computersand radios needed transistors that would work above 1MHz). Thesecomputers were smaller, lighter, used less electricity, but werestill very expensive.
    6. Integrated Circuits were first used in computers in 1964 (e.g.Minuteman Missile guidance computer, IBM System 360), however thesedevices initially cost far more per transistor than did individualdiscrete transistors did, the main advantage was they reduced thesize and weight of the computer. For example an Integrated Circuitcontaining 10 transistors might cost about $1000, but 10 discretetransistors similar the one in the Integrated Circuit might cost$20 each or $200 plus about $50 for the rest of the components,making the Integrated Circuit four times as expensive as theDiscrete component circuit.
    7. In 1971 Intel broke both the computer memory barrier (with the4K bit DRAM IC) and the processor size barrier (with the 4004Microprocessor IC). While these specific Integrated Circuits werestill expensive and had little real capacity they lead to moderninexpensive Microcomputers, Laptops, Tablets, Cellphones, etc. withgigabytes of memory and speeds of billions of instructions persecond (figures that could have never been seriously imagined inthe 1950s or 1960s).
    8. In 1971 Motorola developed the first handheld Cellphone. It wasabout the size and weight of a brick and the battery could onlyoperate it for a couple hours before it had to be recharged. TheCellphone announced by A. T. & T. the year earlier needed to beinstalled in the trunk of your car by a Phone Company Technicianand occupied a couple of cubic feet of the trunk.
    I graduated from High School in 1975 and had to use a Slide Rulethroughout school (I still have it!). I asked my parents for a 12function scientific RPN calculator that cost $99.99 for Christmas1974 and was able to use it for homework for the last semester ofHigh School, but all calculators were forbidden on tests orquizzes back then (because not all students could afford to getone, typical calculators like mine cost more than $300 I had beenvery lucky to find the one I did). I still have this calculator,but it gradually developed problems while I was in college (and theold Slide Rule still works perfectly!). When the HP-15Cprogrammable scientific RPN calculator came out in 1982 I instantlybought one at $120 (I still have it and have only replaced thebatteries twice in all these years!).
    As I understand thing now modern schools require calculatorson both tests and quizzes! My, how things have changed!!!!!
  • Answer: Everything that an ipod touch can.Exactly like alot of people said an ipad (not the ipad 2)is just a ipod touch except three times larger.
  • Answer: The first tap on the app icon will open the app. It will not continue to open multiple copies of the app.
  • Answer: In order to charge the tablet from the computer - you need to leavethe computer switched on.

Which gives off the least radiation ipod ipad or computer?

  • Well the iPod touch gives off the least radiation ,while the iPad gives off the most radiation. For kids I recommend the iPod or use a computer at home . The iPod and the computer radiation is so low it is harmless.on the other hand the iPad gives of harmful radiation.

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