The history of the laptop.
Gordon Gould received a patent for the laser - the history of lasers from 1917 to the present. See Also - How Lasers Work
David Paul Gregg first envisioned the optical or laser disc in 1958 and patented it in 1969.
The history of computer laser printers.
Post-war England was the perfect backdrop for Craven Walker to create this swinging 60's icon.
The first patent for a "machine for mowing lawns" was granted to Edwin Beard Budding on August 31, 1830.
Cousins Edward Knabusch and Edwin Shoemaker designed a wood slat outdoor folding chair from orange crates - the first La-Z-Boy recliner.
James Fergason was the inventor of an improved liquid crystal display or LCD.
Philip Downing invented the letter drop letter box in 1891. The history of the mail.
John Larson invented the polygraph or lie detector in 1921.
The history of the candy called life savers.
Read about the history of lighting - including fluorescent lamps, halogen lights, lightbulbs, mercury vapor lighting and tungsten wire.
Sailors in unfamiliar waters welcome the sight of lighthouses, buoys beacons and other navigational aids as guideposts to safe harbor.
Read about the history of the microscope, from the earliest models to today's scanning electron microscope. See Also - Timeline
In 1860, Fredrick Walton invented linoleum the home floor covering.
Dr. Giorgio Fischer, a gynecologist from Rome, Italy, invented the liposuction procedure in 1974.
The first home computer with a GUI or graphical user interface was Apple's Lisa.
Bette Graham received a patent for "Liquid Paper".
The original liquid soap was introduced in 1980.
While the original inventor of the lock is lost in history, there are many inventors and patents still found on record.
Samuel Born was a Russian immigrant who invented a lollipop making machine.
The history of music speakers.
A brief history of LSD and how it was invented.
The first metal lunchbox produced was the Hopalong Cassidy created by the Aladdin company in 1950.
If you cannot find what you want by invention, try by the inventor.