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Glass Furniture

16th January 2012
Exclusive Glass Furniture As Home decor : Glass Furniture is considered one of the classiest innovations produced within the 21st century. Its development is a direct result of man’s creativity and insatiable desire for more. Glass is one of today’... Read >
Author: data diary

The historical usages of reverse engineering

08th February 2011
Reverse engineering and its traditional army usesReverse engineering can be described as process that is very widely used today in lots of sectors. It has its origins in manufacturing and it's also about looking at a whole product and engineering in rever... Read >
Author: Kyle Boyd

Mobile Phone, development history and culture

09th August 2010
The Mobile phone is one of the most applied parts of equipment today. The concept of using hexagonal cells for mobile phone base stations was invented in 1947 by Bell Labs engineers at AT&T and was further developed by Bell Labs during the 1960s. Radiopho... Read >
Author: dreviewx

Used El Camino For Sale

06th August 2010
Due to the success of the Ranchero that Ford began selling in 1957, Chevrolet manufactured the El Camino for sale from 1959 through 1960. That initial attempt to compete with Ford was a failure, and Chevrolet abandoned the attempt due to the limited marke... Read >
Author: dlegal

Sir Elton John And His Cufflinks

03rd August 2009
Enter stage left, Elton John, his flamboyant, often outrageous outfits, were overshadowed by his timeless musical talent and uninhibited taste for jewellery. A stylist, songwriter and outlandish showman, no one ever left a concert in disappointment. To ha... Read >
Author: Patrick

Swank Retro Cufflinks an American Icon

15th August 2007
Swank Inc a popular designer and manufacturer of men's cufflinks were incorporated on April 17, 1936. When Cufflinks peaked in the 1960's they were making 12 million a year. Even though these were aimed at the lowest end of the market, retailing for an ... Read >
Author: Patrick
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