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Hendo, Omni, and Lexus These three companies actually manufacture real-life hoverboards
Android versions are named after sweet or desserts.
Estonia is the first contry to legally conduct general elections on the Internet.
In 2011 a 75-year old woman cut a fiber optic cable, cutting 2 entire countries off the internet.
Google Maps' 'Satellite' mode before launch was actually called 'Bird mode'.
The first motherboard, originally called _planner_, was used in IBM personal computers.
China is the first country to grow a plant on the moon
3D printing is also possible in Zero Gravity
The first post on Instagram was a photograph of a puppy
Samsung started as a company selling dried Korean fish, vegetables and fruits.
The First Online Transaction Was A Drug Deal
3D printing was invented before the Internet.
It is illegal to drink and drone in Japan
This was the first photo uploaded on the Internet
Currently, the world's largest hard drive is 16TB and the largest SSD is 100TB.
MyDoom is the most destructive computer virus ever, causing $38 billion in damage.
WhatsApp and Messenger have 1.6 billion users worldwide
In 1983, the first mobile phones went on sale in the U.S. at almost $4,000 each.
In 1910, Nathaniel Baldwin invented the first pair of headphones in the kitchen.
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Technophobia
I Love You was one of the most viral computer virus ever.
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Android users, on average, tap their smartphone 2,617 times a day.
You can get 1 gram of gold by just recycle 41 mobile phones
65% of smartphone users don’t download a single app in any given month.
Google released Gmail on April Fools Day in 2004.
The Pac-man character is the image of a pizza with a slice removed.
SanDisk was previously known as SunDisk.
elgooG is a mirrored website of Google Search with horizontally flipped search results.
The Android operating system was designed for digital cameras.
This is not a video game or a Lego model. These are real houses in Mexico.
This is the very first Apple logo
The world's first electrified road that recharges the batteries of cars and trucks driving on it has been opened in Sweden.
Approximately 380 new websites are created every minute
There is a mathematical theory to explain why earphones get tangled.
The first-ever Google Doodle was published on August 30, 1998. For celebrating the Burning Man festival.
The Amazon Prime Video service was first called Amazon Unbox.
Several people have been murdered for unfriending someone on Facebook.
Google was originally called BackRub.
"Friendstalker" and “Vibrate” were one of the early names considered for Twitter.
99% of all mobile malware is targeted at Android users.
The original name of Windows was Interface Manager.
There are more than 6000 new computer viruses are released every month.
The original domain name of Yahoo! was http://akebono.stanford.edu/.
IBM 5120, the heaviest and largest computer ever made which was weighed around 105 pounds without the floppy drive of 130 pounds.
Ex-Twitter CEO Dick Costolo was once a professional stand up comedian.
In 1986, Apple released a clothing line. Its called "The Apple Collection.
Every Apple iPhone ad displays the time as 9:41 AM, the time Steve Jobs unveils it in 2007.
Frigophobia is the fear that using your mobile is damaging your brain.
Microbiologists can make electrical wires 60,000 times thinner than a human hair.
In 1936 Russia built a computer that ran on water.
The very first mobile phone call done by Martin Cooper in 1973.
For nearly 20 years, the launch code for US nuclear missiles was 00000000
The most expensive mobile number is ‘666 6666’ sold for $ 2.7 Million.
The first search engine was Archie, created by Alan Emtage in 1990.
Samsung Galaxy S10 is the first phone to have a cryptocurrency wallet built-in.
The world’s most powerful supercomputer "Summit"
NASA pulled a prank telling to world that they had found water on Mars.
5 Petabytes of data are generated every day by mobile phone users around the world.
According to a study, 1 in 3 people feels more dissatisfied with their lives after visiting Facebook.
Israel was the first country who built military drones
Nokia was founded in 1865 and its primary business was manufacturing pulp and paper.
The first computer mouse was made of wood.
Google hired a camel to create a street view in a desert.
The total weight of the world’s first electronic computer ENIAC was 30 tons. And to keep it, the 1800 Square Feet area was needed.
The digital wristwatch was inspired by a sci-fi movie
There is high-speed Internet on the moon: 19.44 Mbps
There is a refrigerator that opens when you give a smile, developed by Sony.
In the UK, there is a bus that uses food and human waste for fuel.
Your smartphone is more powerful than the computer used by NASA during the Apollo mission.
In May 2014, Pizza delivery was done ever for the first time using a Drone in Mumbai, India.
Printer Ink is Now More Expensive Than Human Blood.
The first computer bug was caused by an actual bug inside a computer.
World’s first commercially successful laptop ‘Osborne 1’ invented by Osborne in 1981 and had just 64Kb RAM.
There could be 500,000 people in the air at any time
Owning an electric car in Norway has many advantages
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IBM sold smartphones with a touch screen display input that could send emails and run 3rd party apps in 1994.
Once PayPal accidentally credited a man USD 92 quadrillion.
Samsung has more employees than Google, Apple, and Microsoft together.
Within seven months of launching Dell.com, the company was selling $1 million a day in products.
Steve Jobs dropped the first iPod in water to show it was too big by the number of bubbles coming out.
Apple’s app store once had an app called I Am Rich. It cost $999.99, did absolutely nothing, and 8 people bought it.
Before the invention of the light bulb, people slept an average of 10 hours a night.
In Seattle, USA graves have QR codes that link to detail about the deceased person.
The favourite dish of the average Microsoft employee is pizza.
Samsung makes cars also.
National emoji of Finland is Nokia 3310.
Sony sold walkman in a bottle of water to prove it was really waterproof.
Claudia Mitchell – first woman to have a bionic arm. A prosthetic limb that she controls with her mind.
The old Nokia SMS ringtone ‘bip bip beep beep bip bip’ represent the letters SMS in Morse code.
The remote called “Lazy Bones”.
The CEO’s of Microsoft, Adobe and MasterCard all went to the same school in India.
HTC’s EVO 3D is the first dual-camera phone
An iPhone is made up of about 75 elements. It’s about two-third of the Periodic table.
The “Fi” in “Wifi” doesn’t mean anything. The creature is just called it that because it rhymes with “Hifi”.
The average person unlocks their smartphone at least 110 times in a day.
The first GPS mobile phone was released in 1999 and it was called the “Benefon Esc!”.
In 2013, 21% of traffic accidents were related to the use of mobile phones.
Android logo is not actually called Android, Google unofficially called him Bugdroid.
The word ‘Android’ means a human with a male robot appearance.
One in three kids uses a mobile phone or tablet before they can speak.
Barcode readers read the white parts, not the black.
Computers were called as nothing else, but “Electronic Brains” in the 1950s.
Pac-Man, the highest possible score is 3,333,360 points.
The first domain on the Internet is symbolics.com
93% of teens(12-17) internet users go online every day.
52% of Instagram users are Females and 42% are males.
The first Google computer storage was built with legos
A vending machine feeds stray dogs in exchange for recycled bottles, Istanbul, Turkey.
The word “Selfie” was officially added to the Oxford English Dictionary & was voted the “Word of the year.”
A man creates a Ghost Hunting device to talk to his daughter.
There is a 13,000-square-mile area in West Virginia where cell phones and Wi-fi is banned.
The first iPhone did not have an App Store.
The power button symbol is based on binary’s off(0) and on (1).
When Snapchat launched in 2011, it was named Picaboo, but in 2012, it was renamed to Snapchat.
Someone on Twitter who has a million or more followers is known as a “Twillionaire”.
“LOL” used to mean “lots of love” before the Internet.
The first camera phone
“Mouse potato” is someone who spends a lot of time on a computer.
Scientists have used ‘artificial nerves’ to allow the prosthetic hand to feel touch.
Scientists at MIT have created a battery that harvests energy from body heat. They say it could lead to mobile phones that will charge themselves while in your pocket.
Sony made a cassette tape that can store 185 TB of data in 2014.
If you Google ‘I want to commit suicide’, Google provides the Suicide Helpline number of your country above all the search results.
The SIM card in your cell phone is basically like a tiny computer. it has a built-in CPU, ROM, and RAM.
Scientists have developed color-changing tattoo inks that can track your blood sugar levels.
Before the invention of a hairdryer, it was common for men and women to dry their hair using a vacuum cleaner.
Android logo inspired by the logos on bathrooms.
Microsoft has built smart bird nests for birds at Disneyland called “Bird Resorts”.
Only 8% of the world’s currency is physical money. 92% of the currency is digital.
Facebook’s ‘Like’ button used to be the ‘Awesome’ button.
93% of the people who type “LOL” type it without even smiling a little.
The Facebook Globe icon changes based on your location.
About 6,000,000 people around the world hit the Spacebar at the same time in every second.
“LiFi” is a technology system that allows you to connect the internet through LED lights.
China has special sidewalk paths for mobile/cell phone users.
A large majority of SAMSUNG’s product around 90% are the product in the firm’s own factory.
Popular social platforms like Google+, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Instagram are banned in China.
Motorola iDEN i1000 plus mobile web along with email and more
he design for the first iPhone was literally the shape of an apple
The initial version of youtube was a dating site by the name of Tune in Hook up.
Googling your own name is called “Egosurfing”.
Apple first computer sold by Apple was price at 666.66 USD. Which is said to be the number of devils.
85% of mobile users used to spend time on Apps
The QWERTY layout was designed to slow your typing speed so that the old typewriter would not get stuck.
There are more than 900 million iPhone across the globe.
Email existed before the world wide web.
90% of text messages are read within three minutes of being delivered.
The first email was sent in 1971 by Ray Tomlinson to himself.
88% of Facebook users are mobile-only.
Bill Gates’ house was designed using a Macintosh computer.
In 1956, 5 megabytes of data weighed one ton.
In 2012, Apple sold 340,000 iPhones every day that’s 236 every minute, and 124 million throughout the entire year.
The first alarm clock could only ring at 4 AM.
Over 2 Billion logged-in users visit YouTube each month and every day.
On average, technology users carry 2.9 devices on them at all times.
99% of Google and Facebook profit comes from its advertising.
Early in 1999, Brin and Page decided they wanted to sell Google to Excite. They went to Excite CEO George Bell and offered to sell it to him for $1 million. He rejected the offer.
Amazon.com was Previously known as Cadabra.com
Be careful while using your mobile phone, it might have 18 times more bacteria than toilet handles.
The average Computer User blinks 7 times a minute, which is less than half the normal rate of blinks 20.
A single Google query uses 1,000 Computers in 0.2 seconds to retrieve an answer.
Spam creates so much energy by producing 17 million tons of CO2 that 24 lakh houses have electricity for 1 year.
Timophonica was a first mobile phone virus found in June 2000.
The first-ever banner ad, which appeared in Wired magazine’s website hotwired.com on October 27, 1994.
20% of all YouTube videos are related to music.
91% of people keep their mobile all day away just so that their hands reach.
Mosaic was the first popular Web Browser, it was released in 1993.
Domain registration was free until September 14, 1995.
The first-ever VCR was the size of a piano, created in 1956.
Microsoft was originally called Micro-soft, in which they removed the hyphen in 1981.
Google servers release almost 200 tons of CO2 per day.
95% of people have stated that they text, browse the web, or watch TV in the hour before finally falling asleep.
Google founder had no knowledge of HTML, which is why the Google Homepage is so simple.
In Japan, 90 to 95 percent of mobile phones are waterproof because many people use them in Shower.
The first 8-inch floppy disk had a storage capacity of about 80 kilobytes.
The creators of the PNG file format wanted it to be pronounced as ‘ping’.
The name of the first microprocessor was “4004”, it was developed by Intel.
Ada Lovelace is called the mother of the computer.
The first version of Microsoft Excel was not built for Microsoft but was made for the Apple Macintosh.
HP, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Dell, Disney, and Apple have one thing in common – They were all started in garages.
The world’s first cell phone was launched in 1983. It was the Motorola DynaTAC 800x. It was priced at around $4,000 and lasted for 30 minutes of talk time before dying.
The first personal computer "Simon" was created by Berkeley Enterprises. It sold for a price of $300 in 1950.
Amazon originally was a printed bookseller company, now it sells more e-books than printed books.
Candy Crush has more active monthly players than the entire population of Canada.
Google handles an estimated 3.5 billion search queries each and every day. In September 1999, one year after being launched, Google was already answering 3.5 million search queries daily. Live stats
Tim Berners-Lee invented the WWW in 1989. He created the phrase “World Wide Web” in 1990.
The first emoticon is credited to Kevin Mackenzie in 1979, but was a rather simple -) and didn’t really look like a face.
A group of 12 engineers designed IBM PC and they were called “The Dirty Dozen”.
The world's first 1 GB capacity disk drive was invented in the 1980s.
The Comic Sans font is known as the world’s most hated font.
Japan has a network of road that plays music as you drive over them at the correct speed.
The SIM card in your cell phone is basically like a tiny computer. it has a built-in CPU, ROM and RAM.
Mobile phone throwing is an official sport in Finland.
Scientist have discovered a way to predict your personality by the you move your phone.
Sony’s first product was an electric rice cooker.
Steve Jobs once called Google to tell them the yellow gradient in the second "O" of their logo wasn't quite right.
Computer keyboard contains up to 20000 times of bacteria than toilet sheets.