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    Technological Revolution While researching text written about technological revolution, one comes across various authors who have published works regarding the topic. These published works are particularly journals, pamphlets, newspapers, articles and books. Often, these authors place the literature of technological revolutions in a historical context by discussing the major technological events that have taken place over the years. The goal of this paper is discuss the various dimensions of the

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    In 1985 the battle between Macintosh Inc. and Microsoft Corp. began. This may very well be the longest running feud known to the digital age. Apple was on the verge of collapsing, until Steve Jobs came to the rescue and began to prove to the technological world that Apple computers are back and better than ever. Jobs soon exposed the IMac, which is why and how Apple is at the point that it's at to this very day. Macintosh and PC hardware systems are no longer as diverse as they once were said

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    A New Technological Revolution: Computers

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    Today we are witnessing a new revolution, very similar in the proportions to XIX Century Industrial Revolution (Mercury News, 2014, online) but probably with consequences as far-reaching as the revolution caused by printing during the Middle Ages (Rand, 2014, online). Living this revolution implies the need for knowledge of technologies that completely change paradigms known over time. Computer literacy is as necessary today as it was, and still is, classical literacy, reading and writing. Furthermore

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    Technological Innovations of The Industrial Revolution There were many aspects of the eighteenth century Industrial Revolution, yet the most prominent were all of the technological innovations. Three main ideas that contributed to the growth of inventions were cotton production, iron production, and the steam engine. This web page will provide a brief overview of these discoveries. First, cotton manufacturing increased tremendously. The initial invention was the flying shuttle. In the

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    There are always those who will resist technological change, and there are as many reasons for doing so as there are people resisting. This essay will discuss several of those reasons, with the majority having relevance after the onset of the Industrial Revolution; however, it is first important to note one of the major groups of people whom actively resisted technological progress. The turn of the 19th century provided vast technological advances allowing producers in various fields to increase

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    The industrial revolution which began in England in the late 1700s created extreme rapid changes to the way the world worked. It was nothing people have ever seen before, new things were being created everyday, inventions and technological advancements that would shape the world for what it is now. The technological advancements pursued advancements within the industry and agricultural fields. Having industries and factories created new job opportunities for anyone willing to seek money, but also

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    The Technological Revolution *Works Cited Not Included The technology revolution is upon us. In recent years there have been many triumphs in technology. Now more than ever, people are able to communicate over thousands of miles with the greatest of ease. Wireless communication is much to thank for the ease of communication. What used to take weeks threw mail, now takes seconds over the Internet. But just like any revolution there are social consequences, especially when the

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    The Technological Revolution

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    which the technology is relevant, the mutable idea of development and popular culture and the media. After World War II, nuclear weapons dramatically grew in prominence. This omniscience of nuclear power also led to a general race to achieve technological hegemony. In 1950, only a few years after the conclusion of World War II, the Korean War began. Due to this escalation of military research because of the Korean War, “the importance of applied research in universities increased dramatically” (Hughes

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    In our society, there has been a revolution which competes that of the industrial revolution. It is called technological revolution. At the top of the technological revolution is what we call, the Internet. In the following report we will be discussing about what the internet is about in general and how it might be in the future, why it is necessary in our everyday lives, and why has it become so important to everyone (i.e. companies, individuals ). The internet is a total of medium¢s which are

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    TECHNOLOGICAL REVOLUTIONS AND THEIR DIFFUSION This part will review the theoretical framework of the propagation and diffusion of the current techno-economic paradigm. Specific attention will be paid to the new characteristics, organizational principles and competitive base. In the next part, the history of lean production system and its connection to the ICT will be reviewed. The current information technology revolution started with the commercial introduction of microprocessors (roughly in 1971)

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