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How is Golf ball made?

The origin of Golf goes back all the way to 14th Century in Scotland.The game of Golf was regarded as the game for the rich which was much to do with the equipment and playing area of the game. The hitting stick , golf ball and the green land with sand and water were not…

What is Telnet?

Telnet is a Network Protocol which allows a person on one computer log into another computer remotely which is on same network. Telnet was developed in 1969, for the next 14 years it was improved and in 1983 it became part of Internet Standard# 8. Once a connection is established to the remote computer (host)…

When was WhatsApp launched?

WhatsApp was founded by two Ex-Yahoo employees Brian Acton and Jan Koum in 2009. Both of them were rejected for job in Facebook after they had left Yahoo. Instead of looking for new job they began working on this app. In Feburary 24, 2009 Koum incorporated WhatsApp.Inc in California. The app was not yet launched…

What is LDAP?

LDAP stands for Lightweight Directory Access Protocol which is primarily a protocol that aims to centralize, standardize storage and administration of user accounts and their properties, and most importantly – a centralized authorization process of people EIS (Enterprise Information System), which includes a plurality of heterogeneous systems. So it turns out that you keep all…

When was first iPhone launched

On June 29, 2007  Steve Jobs launched the first version of the iPhone. 1st generation iPhone was loaded with many unique features which differentiated it from rest of the mobiles available in the market. It’s 3.5 inch display with multi-touch technology were the stand out features. On the day of launch there were long queues of people waiting outside…

Wha is the difference Between LCD and LED?

LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)-LCD uses Liquid Crystal Display technology which has two layers of glass which are polarized and stuck together. It has a flat-panel display holding liquid crystals in one of the layers which can block and pass the light to produce image on the screen. LED (Light Emitting Diodes)-LED TVs are semi-conductor devices…

Who is the Father of Computer?

All of us have studied in our schools that it’s Charles Baggage who was considered as the father of computer, primarily because of his concept of Analytical Engine which contained an Arithmetic Logic Unit in 1837. It took another 73 years to complete this concept and in 1910, it was Charles Baggage youngest son, Henry…

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