November 22, 2009 , Posted by byu at 4:38 PM
Nintendo's name when translated in English means "Leave Luck to Heaven". Nintendo's own name is much more just before they wrestled in the field of video games, in the year 1889 has opened up business cards Japanese game called Hanafuda cards with design drawings of flowers.
Name the city was taken from a river that crosses the city, Nokianvirta River.
Electronics manufacturers began in 1912 to the field of metal for to keep store personally Tokuji Hayakawa including specialists buttons buckles. In 1915, Hayakawa increased demand into mechanical pencil known as the Ever-Sharp, and to appreciate his work, Hayakawa began calling the company's "Sharp."
Company founder Paul Galvin chose the name on the old naming convention spelling of place "-ola" at the end of the radio names such as the Victrola. SSince Galvin and the company that makes radios that can be taken anywhere, he combined the word "motor" with "-ola" to get the brand name.
Samsung was first started in 1938 when Lee Byung-Chull open "Samsung Store" in Korea. TStores are initially focused on the export of dried fish and fruit, but jumped into the electronics in the 1960s. Samsung is a Korean language which means "three stars," which signaled a fortune from the number three.