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1st test of a working television, October 2, 1925

John Logie Baird, a Scottish engineer and inventor, performed the first test of a working television system on October 2, 1925. He did so in his London lab where he successfully transmitted the first television picture with a greyscale image: the ..., 2 months ago

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What did day one of BBC TV look like?

the BBC began regular TV broadcasts. Initially, two different broadcasting systems were tested on alternate weeks. John Logie Baird's 240-line mechanical system was deemed inferior and was dropped after just 3 months, leaving the 405-line ...
 BBC1 month ago Video 1:42 What did day one of BBC TV look like?  BBC1 month ago
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Barclays chart throws up new target

It results in the situation where we must regard the main "top" on the new trend above 220p as being 250p sometime in the future. As the chart shows, it appears sane to anticipate some sort of stumble around the 250p point as it closes on the 'red' ...
 Interactive Investor2 days ago
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Why we have a problem with Tesla

There's another detail worthy of consideration, if opting to suspect (as we do) the price is due to engage reverse gear any time soon. The immediate price cycle had a pretty conclusive bottom of $180 which was supposed to generate a bounce. ...
 Interactive Investor3 days ago

Fanaticism and Barbarism: Synonyms of Dysfunctionality in Nigeria Today

Upcoming SlideShare Loading in … 5 1. ISSN 2349-7831 International Journal of Recent Research in Social Sciences and Humanities (IJRRSSH) Vol. 2, Issue 4, pp: (214-220), Month: October - December 2015, Available at: ...
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What FTSE 100 needs to trigger Santa rally

It's that time of the year when we really want to believe in Santa & his rally, so it'll do no harm for us to keep a closer eye on the AIM, as it remains the market most likely to outperform. But, in fairness, the clown sector of the FTSE 100 (UKX) ...
 Interactive Investor4 days ago

GSS appoints new ceo

Published: 5 December 2016 - 08:44 Gas Sensing Solutions (GSS), the designer and manufacturer of low power, high speed Non-Dispersive Infrared (NDIR) carbon dioxide gas sensors, has appointed Ralph Weir as its new ceo. He will work closely ...
 ACR News4 days ago
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First drive: Can the new BMW 5-Series retain its lead over rivals?

As if Brexit, Trump and smaller Toblerones were not enough, Cabinet ministers and company bosses now face a monumental motoring dilemma. The executive car market is the hottest segment for 2017. First up, the radical new Volvo S90: the boldest ...
 Irish Times4 days ago
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Why FTSE 100 is not doomed

There are times when it's worth taking a glance at what a closing price is doing in relation to a trend, as it's often a considerable aid in making the decision as to whether a price is achieving higher highs or, as the FTSE 100 (UKX) insert shows, ...
 Interactive Investor1 week ago
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Has Provexis stopped the rot?

Make no mistake, Provexis (PXS) is a share we're almost afraid of expressing optimism for due to the campaign, which saw the share price reach 22p during a hysterical session back in August 2009. As the chart below highlights, the share price has ...
 Interactive Investor1 week ago
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