An innovation that changed the world
In the past, the communication between the people was so difficult. Before the people invent the “innovation”-writing letters, they had to go from a place to another place to send a message, or to tell someone, something. That cost on time, walking, etc … First of all they thought that if they invent an alphabet that would help improve the communication. The people around the world communicated in a different languages. They sent letters, that in fact improved the communication. But still that also costed time and money. Alexander Graham Bell got an idea. The idea was that if he made a device which can transmitte sounds, voices that would be an extraordinary innovation. The invention of the telephone is the culmination of work done by many individuals. Not only Alexander Bell got that idea, a lot of people tried to make that device. But Alexander Bell successed in that. Thanks to the successful experiments with electromagnetic devices of Alexander Graham Bell and Thomas Watson they finally made a commercially successful telephones in the late 19th century. The first successful bi-directional transmission of clear speech by Bell and Watson was made on March 10, 1876 when Bell spoke into the device, “Mr. Watson, come here, I want to see you.” and Watson answered. As the time passed, the people improved this device and today we have a “modern” telephone – the mobile phones. During the past there were different types of telephones, from different parts of the world. Bell’s innovation helped not only improving the communication, but to a lot of people to become reach.
Alexander Graham Bell and his innovation changed the world a lot. Thanks to him, today we communicate easly, we save time and a lot of people make money from this innovation. The telephone was the innovation that the world needed.
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