Apple’s iPhone wasn’t the first iPhone. Before Apple ever released the iPhone, Cisco Systems had originally patented the name.


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The reason behind the original name of IBM, Big Blue, still remains a mystery. Some experts believe that it might be due to the logo’s colour.


The reason behind Twitter’s 140 character limit lies in its beginning as an SMS service.


The bird seen in the logo of Twitter is named Larry after iconic basketball player Larry Bird, who played for NBA side Boston Celtics.


The first Tweet posted by Google was, “I’m 01100110 01100101 01100101 01101100 01101001 01101110 01100111 00100000 01101100 01110101 01100011 01101011 01111001 00001010." In binary system, it stands for “I’m feeling lucky.”


Warehouses owned by Amazon.com have enough square footage to hold more water than ten thousand Olympic-sized swimming pools.


Berners-Lee used his NeXT Computer to invent the Web. That computer was world’s first web server. That computer is still available at CERN.


Google didn’t really come up with gmail. Gmail.com was in fact a free email service offered by Garfield (the famous cartoon cat character). Google simply acquired gmail.


The first ever YouTube video was ‘Me at the Zoo’. It featured Jawed Karim – a founder of San Diego Zoo. The video was uploaded on 23rd April, 2005.


An engineer named Steve Wilke was the person who invented the GIF image format in 1987.


MP3 was already invented in 1991 but Napster – the first ever music file sharing service was developed and put online in 1998.


Genesis Device demonstration video in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan was the the first entirely computer generated movie sequence in the history of cinema. That studio later become Pixar.


The first internet worm was created by Robert T. Morris which affects more than 6000 internet hosts.


The Internet began as a single page at the URL http://info.cern.ch/hypertext/WWW/TheProject.html, which contained information about this new-fangled “WorldWideWeb” project, and how you too could make a hypertext page full of wonderful hyperlinks. Sadly, the original page was never saved, but you can view it after 2 years of revisions here.


In 2005, Google estimated the Internet contained some 5 million terabytes of data – that’s more than 1 gigabyte for each of Earth’s 4.5 billion trips around the sun.


The first smartphone running on Android was released in 2008. This phone, named HTC Dream, is also known as T-Mobile G1.


The iPad was designed much earlier than the iPhone, an extra feature in the iPhone was multi-touch technology.


In France, the word "email" has been banned for being too English, instead of the word Courriel is used there. Courriel comes from courier + electronic.


When the Internet was not popular, floppy disks were used to spread computer viruses.


If you look closely, you will find that Mario hits the brick with the punches and not with his head.


Instagram was not originally called 'Instagram'. It was initially called 'Burban'.

That time it was a very complex app, it had many features. When the feature of its photo-sharing started to become popular, its founder designed a simple one for its photo sharing.


Barack Obama is the first president who has written the code of a computer program.

He said that everyone should know how to write code. Obama joined the students who were learning the fundamentals of JavaScript.

The line he wrote was:

moveForward (100);


A hacker hacked the phone using just a whistle. The hacker was named John Thomas Draper.

The hacker was named John Thomas Draper. This hacker was also known as Captain Crunch, Crunch, or Crunchman. Draper hacked the AT&T phone system in the late 1960s using a toy whistle that came from a whistle box.

That whistle emitted a tone at 2600 Hz. This is the same tone as AT&T used to reset its phone lines. It was also known as "sunflower".


Blackberry was named so because the keys resembled the fruit.

Pager has launched a smartphone called BlackBerry. It is named so because its physical keyboard resembles the small druplets of the BlackBerry fruit.


Nomophobia or ‘NO MObile PHOne phoBIA’ is a phobia in which there is a fear of not using your mobile phone or not having access to your device.


Google’s ‘I’m Feeling Lucky’ button costs over $110 Million a year because it helped users skip Google ads, save time, and directly see the top-searched.


Hedy Lamarr who had invented the basic technology for the WiFi, the spread spectrum. Was an actress and was given the title of the most beautiful women in the world.


There are statues outside of Google's headquarters for each version of the Android OS.


Apple neither build nor assembles the iPhone. Parts of an iPhone come from several manufacturers.


Once a blind man sues Domino's because he is unable to order pizza from their website.


The Mario character was taken from the name of Mr. Mario Segale who was the landlord of Nintendo’s first warehouse.


"Jingle Bells" was the first song that was broadcast from space.

Apparently, it must have been broadcast on the day of Christmas. It was a Christmas-themed prank by astronaut Gemini 6 Tom Stafford and Wally Shirra.


In 1994, Apple created a social network. It was called the "E-World" and had a layout-like city. Each building had a different experience.

But it could not gather more subscribers. It only supported the Apple Macintosh.


Nintendo, which makes video games, ran the Love Hotel in the 1960s.

This hotel used to be for couples. In these hotels, any person could stay overnight but this facility was not available after 10 pm. These love hotels of Nintendo are no more. However, it is still run by many companies.


Google’s first playable doodle was launched on Pac Man’s 30th birthday in May 2010.


If the human brain were a computer, it could perform 38 thousand trillion operations per second.


All smartphones sold in Japan & Korea doesn't allow users to turn off the camera's shutter sound.


Just like the computer has its own language (binary), WiFi also has its own language. WiFi is only radio signals although people think it has own type of signal.


Android is called a male robot, while a female robot is called "Gynoid".

In Greek, however, ανδροειδής is an adjective. While the term "android" is used in reference to human-looking robots in general, a robot with a female appearance can also be referred to as a "gynoid".


Apple purchased the iphone.com domain name from Michael Kovatch for more than 1 million USD.

Michael Kovatch, the previous owner, thought of dropping negotiations and keeping the site until the end. He found great potential in it, ready for being exploited at its max. Actually, he was planning of developing a company in this specific domain. Its potential could have been huge, but he finally decided that it was better worth it just to sell it to Apple and not take the risk.

Michael Kovatch owns several other domains with excellent names for expansion. The iPhone.com one has been actually registered back in 1993. At that time, he thought of the possibility of placing calls over the Internet soon and bought the domain to create a company that enables this type of service.


It is faster and easier to say 'World Wide Web' than it is to say 'WWW'.

In English, www is usually read as double-u double-u double-u. Some users pronounce it dub-dub-dub.

The English writer Douglas Adams once quipped in The Independent on Sunday (1999): "The World Wide Web is the only thing I know of whose shortened form takes three times longer to say than what it's short for".

The web-space of Tim Berners-Lee states that the World Wide Web is officially written as three separate words, each capitalized, with no intervening hyphen. The use of the prefix of www is declining, especially when Web 2.0 web applications have sought to brand their domain names and make them easily pronounceable. As the popularity of the mobile web grew, services such as Gmail.com, Outlook.com, Myspace.com, Facebook.com, and Twitter.com were called "www." (Or, indeed, ".com") for the domain.


The Lehigh virus is one of the first file viruses, infects command.com files. This virus was programmed to infect command.com files from Yale University.


According to a study in the US, surgeons that play video games are quicker and make fewer mistakes in the operating room.

Researchers found that doctors who spent at least three hours a week playing video games made about 37 percent fewer mistakes in laparoscopic surgery and performed 27 percent faster than their counterparts who did not play video games.


In 1982, a Personal computer was chosen as "Man of The Year" by Time magazine. This marked the first time that the editors selected a non-human recipient for the award.


3D printing is now being used to make many traditional organs needed for transplantation.


The idea for Twitter was actually sketched on paper and was called 'my.status'.

Twitter is a huge platform today. But its design was made on paper not by a computer but by a sketch. This is the same picture made by its founder.

Twitter itself has told this by tweeting on September 18, 2018.


Minitel was the first online shopping computer that existed before WWW.

Minitel was the first computer designed just for online shopping. It was a videotex online service accessible through computer telephone lines.

It existed before WWW because it did not use the Internet, rather it worked on telephone lines. This service was rolled out experimentally in July 1980 in Saint-Malo, France, and was introduced commercially throughout France in 1982 by PTT (Postes, Telegraphs et Telephone).


65% of smartphone users don’t download a single app in any given month.


Google’s first tweet was “I’m feeling lucky” in binary format. It's a reference to a button on Google's homepage.


No human has won a tournament standard chess game against a high spec computer since 2005.


The Motorola StarTAC, first released on 3 January 1996, is the first-ever clamshell (flip) mobile phone.


Wifi was actually called WaveLAN, FlankSpeed, DragonFly, WECA and IEEE 802.11b Direct Sequence before we started calling it as WiFi.


Android's first phone, the T-Mobile G1, almost looked like a BlackBerry.

The T-Mobile G1 was an iconic device. But with its slide-out full QWERTY keyboard and thick chin, it was not an attractive one.

When it debuted a decade ago, the original Android smartphone was seen as a heavy, awkward product. Critics loved the sleek Android operating system he ran, but the hardware did not indicate universal praise for his contemporary, original iPhone.


Cisco Systems originally patented the "iPhone" name before Apple released the iPhone.

Apple’s iPhone wasn’t the first iPhone. Before Apple ever released the iPhone, Cisco Systems had originally patented the name. In fact, they sued Apple for calling its smartphone an iPhone.


Copy and paste were invented by Lawrence Gordon Tesler.

Lawrence Gordon Tesler, popularly known as Larry Tesler, the computer scientist, who has always been working hard in the human-computer interaction field. Born in the year 1945, this man has worked in companies like Amazon, Yahoo!, Apple, and Xerox PARC


The first computer virus was "Creeper Virus", which was removed by the "The Reaper" virus.

The first known computer virus appeared in 1971 and was named "Creeper Virus". The virus was written by Bob Thomas who was at BBN Technologies.

The virus displayed a message that it was "I'm the creeper, catch me if you can!".

The virus was removed with a program called "The Reaper" created by Ray Tomlinson. "The Reaper" is also known as the first antivirus. The funniest fact is that "The Reaper" was actually a virus designed to remove the "creeper".


The first mobile phone game was introduced in 1994. It was a pre-installed form of Tetris, which came on a mobile phone called the Hagenuk MT-2000.

Three years later, in 1997, Nokia designed a version of Snake for selected phone models.

In 2003, Nokia launched the world’s first-ever dedicated gaming mobile, the Nokia N-Gage.


President Rutherford B. Hayes' telephone number was 1.

President Hayes adopted new technology, although he rarely received phone calls. In fact, the Treasury Department had only a second direct phone line to the White House at the time.

White House Phone Number "1". The nationwide phone service was in its infancy in 1877.


There is also a religion of file-sharing people called Kopimism.

In Sweden, file-sharing has been officially recognized as a religion. They believe that information is holy and that the act of copying is holy.

CTRL + C and CTRL + V are symbols of this religion. Its followers are called Kopimists. These people do Meetups, but not in any physical place.

These people meet in a place like webpages. They do not have a church. He does not even have any god. And the most important thing is that these people do not consider copyright as the devil.


Gold, Silver, Titanium, and even Wood can be print by 3D printing.

The best thing about 3D printing is that you can make it anything. Such as guitar, ring, jewelry, toys and even that which is not made in this world.

Many films like The Avengers, Iron Man, Jurassic Park, Real Steel are made with the help of 3D printing technology.


Hendo, Omni, and Lexus these companies actually manufacture real-life hoverboards.

Hendo:is a company that has also built a flying hoverboard using the magnetic field. It also launched its second edition in 2015. Its hoverboard flies only a few inches above. Its drawback is that it requires a special type of surface, so it cannot be used everywhere.

Omni:Another company is Omni, whose hoverboard making method is slightly different. Its hoverboards are like drones, that is why you can fly upwards instead of a few inches.

Lexus:Like the Hendo, the Lexus board relied on a magnetic field to provide power to the hover, so the skatepark was built specifically for riding. The smoke emanating from the board was not some cool add-on feature, either - to work, its components were cooled by liquid nitrogen, which maintains a temperature of minus 197 degrees Celsius. By the way, I do not have a video of this, so you will have to work without a video.


Al Pacino was the first face on the original Facebook homepage.

Andrew McCollum designed the logo for the largest social media platform. He was a friend and classmate of Mark Zuckerberg. Andrew McCollum created a logo using an image from the Internet. This image was of Al Pacino.


Google is a misspelling of Googol. Googol, which refers to the number 1 followed by 100 zeros.

The name googolplex was first proposed by the same person who invented the term “googol,” Milton Sirotta. Milton was the nine-year-old nephew of American mathematician Edward Kasner.

When Kasner asked Milton if he had an idea for a name for the number, he suggested something silly like “googol,” which was soon followed by the googolplex. Milton’s definition was “one, followed by writing zeroes until you get tired.”

Do You Know: ”Google” is added as a verb in the Oxford English Dictionary in June 2006.


The first hard disk drive was introduced by IBM in 1956. This IBM 305 RAMAC required 1.5 square meters of space.

The first Hard Disk Drive was invented in 1953 and introduced in 1956 by IBM. RAMAC means “Random Access Method of Accounting and Control”.


There was a mobile game in the Apple Appstore called "Send Me to Heaven" that asked the iPhone users to throw their phones as high as possible.

The creator said he made it with the hope of destroying as many as possible, but Apple banned it from the App Store.


The “Fi” in “Wifi” doesn’t mean anything. The creature is just called it that because it rhymes with “Hifi”.

You probably think that the word wifi means “wireless fidelity”, technically it is wrong. The brand name was named Wifi to create an affair with the consumer’s mind.


Android was not created by Google but was purchased by Google in July 2005 for $50 million.


The iPhone was a secret project. The code name for its project was "Purple".


Food can also be made by 3D printing which is also eatable. NASA has the technology of 3D Pizza to feed its astronauts.

Recently, NASA also made meat through 3D Printing. It was first built at the Meet International Space Station.

The "Master Module" has 8 KB of RAM and a 1,200 Bps modem, and physically resembles an oversized silver Atari cartridge.


There was a service called GameLine that allowed you to download any game in the cartridge via telephone lines.

It was developed and operated by Control Video Corporation. The "Master Module" has 8 KB of RAM and a 1,200 Bps modem, and physically resembles an oversized silver Atari cartridge.


Firefox's logo is not actually a fox but a red panda. Its new logo shows fire more than a fox.

The English word for the red panda is ‘Firefox. This is where the browser gets its name from.


Siri was made for Android and was scheduled to come preinstalled on all Android devices launched in 2010.

As part of a deal, Verizon was making Siri for Android. Siri was scheduled to come preinstalled on all Android devices launched in 2010.

But in reality, nothing like this happened. Apple purchased Siri and made its feature exclusive to Apple devices. The feature of Siri was launched with the iPhone 4S built-in. It appeared to the world in April 2010.


According to some estimates, the size of the Deep Web is 400 to 500 times larger than the Surface Web.


Google is not the first search engine company that has used goats to keep its headquarters under control. Earlier also in 2007, Yahoo used goats to harvest grass at its headquarters.

In 2009, Google hired 200 goats to harvest grass at the Googleplex, which is Google's headquarter.


The world's first webcam was created to check a coffee pot remotely.

In 1991, a team of computer scientists from Cambridge University invented the world's first webcam to track the level of coffee from their desks.

The camera was placed next to a filter coffee machine in the corridor within the university's old computer lab.

When switched on, the camera provided a 129×129-pixel image of the coffee pot at the rate of 1 frame per second and the image was in grayscale.


The first 3D printed dress was worn by a model. Her name was Dita Von Teese. The dress was made from 3000 pairs in 17 different pieces.


Before alarm clocks, there used to be professional people to wake people up. These professional people used to knock on doors to awaken people.

They used to keep sticks with him. These people were known as "knocker-up” (knocker-upper). It was a profession in Britain and Ireland that ran very well during the Industrial Revolution.


The USB symbol is inspired by Poseidon's trident, which shows his power. This device symbolizes that it can connect to any computer.


"Virgin Atlantic has glass-bottom airplanes" was an April Fool's prank.

The founder of the Virgin airline, Richard Branson made an April Fool announcement via his online blog. In this blog, he told us how happy he is on this announcement. And also shared two photos. One was a photo of spring from the plane and one was an inside photo. No cargo or landing gear is visible in the photo inside, which should have been visible. But later everyone came to know that it is a prank.


The idea of Dropbox came when its founder had forgotten his USB before a bus ride.

The idea of Dropbox was born on a New York bus. Its founder thought that he would do his remaining work in his 4-hour long ride. But they forgot their USB memory stick and they did not work. Dropbox is a cloud storage service.

In which you can store any file on its server. And from anywhere you can access your file with the help of the internet. File handling also becomes easy due to cloud storage.


Nokia company also used to sell shoes before phones.

Yes, it is true that Nokia used to sell many things before the phone. Nokia began in 1865 as a paper and pulp making company. After this, Nokia worked in different segments.


The first Digital camera was about the size of a breadbox and it took 23 seconds to capture a single image.

The camera weighed 8 pounds (3.6 kg), recorded black and white images on cassette tape, had a resolution of 0.01 megapixels (10,000 pixels).

The prototype camera was a technical practice, not intended for production. Although it was not until 1981 that the first consumer camera was designed by Sony, Inc., the foundation for digital imaging and photography was laid.


Some shooting stars may also be astronaut's poop.

NASA once revealed many statistics for an astronaut by an infographic. In it, data of substances emitted by an astronaut during his mission was also given.

According to their calculus, the astronaut would produce about 180 pounds of feces and 730 liters of urine and sweat. Now they cannot bring so much waste to the earth. So for this, NASA said that that waste will be released in space, which will look like a shooting star.


A thief was caught when he forgot to log out of Facebook after burglarizing the house.

According to a report, 26-year-old Nicholas Wigg stole from her after breaking into a house in St. Paul. He then used the same kept computer to check his Facebook profile. Even so, all is well, but on the go, he forgets to logout from his Facebook. Later, he realizes that he forgot to logout Facebook.

So he messages himself that he is ready to return the stolen things. So they meet and the police are there.


If you google 241543903, you will see many people putting their heads in the refrigerator.

241543903 was a very popular meme (also a kind of challenge) that began on 6th April 2009 by David Horwitz who was a New York artist.


Google pays Apple $9 billion to keep its Search Bar on iPhones and iPads. It is about 10$ per iPhone user.


It is illegal to drink and drone in Japan. This law is for drones weighing more than 200 grams (7oz).Those who are found drunk while flying a drone can also face a fine of up to 300,000 yen (£ 2,200).


elgooG is a mirrored website of Google search with horizontally flipped search results. It was launched in 2000 and gained much popularity.

Note: It is not an official website by google.


Initially, Youtube was a video dating site. Women were also offered to pay $ 20 to upload their own videos to YouTube. But nobody came forward.


99.99% of people mess up a single letter while filling a password, they backspace their whole password.


99% of Google and Facebook profit comes with its ads.


The 285 world's internet cables under the sea are no thicker than a soda can.


"Mouse potato" is someone who spends a lot of time on a computer.


An iPhone is made up of about 75 elements. It’s about two-third of the Periodic table.

This is not a controversial topic because our phones have many parts. And to make each of the parts different elements are required. Like lithium is used to make batteries. Gold, silicon, tin, etc. are also used in phones on motherboards.


The women who rented her garage to Larry Page and Sergey Brin in 1998 when they were creating Google later became the CEO of Youtube.


Twitter took over 3years, 2 months and 1day to get the first billionth tweets but now it only takes less than two days. The first tweet was sent on March 21, 2006, by Jack Dorsey, by the creator of Twitter.


In 1983, the first mobile phones went on sale in the U.S. at almost $4,000 each. On March 13, 1984, Motorola dropped $3,995 to purchase the first handheld cellphone DynaTac 8000X.


The signal usually emitted from a Wi-Fi router is donut-shaped.


It is illegal to buy Tesla in 48 US states.

Tesla is the only car manufacturer that does not sell its cars through dealers. Tesla opens its own store and sells its car there. There is a law in 48 states in the US that prohibit manufacturers from selling vehicles directly to consumers.


According to Wikipedia, the idea of electronic voting gained popularity in 2001 with the "e-Minded" coalition government in Estonia.

Estonia is the first nation to legally conduct general elections on the Internet in 2005 with its pilot project for municipal elections. The electronic voting system stopped the reality test and was declared successful by Estonian election officials.


MyDoom is the most destructive virus ever. The virus has caused more than $38 billion in damage worldwide.

In 2004, the virus was estimated to affect 25% of all emails worldwide. When a user was infected with this virus, the virus created a network opening that allowed others to access your computer. Moreover, the virus also had the ability to open random programs.

In January 2004, the Mydoom virus infected about a quarter-million computers in just one da


The original Machintosh case, which was created during the year of 1982, has signatures of 47 members of Apple's Machintosh. All the members had contributed to its development. All these signatures also include the signature of Apple founder Steve Jobs.


In Chinese, the word for computer literally translates to an ‘electric brain’.

In Chinese, "computer" essentially means " 電子計算機 " "(electronic calculator). But in daily life, everyone calls it" 電腦 "(electronic brain) because it acts like a brain.


Google servers release almost 200 tons of CO2 per day.

The Internet is not in the sky. We do not bring information through the sky. All the work related to the internet is done on this earth.

In fact, we bring information from millions of physical surveys in data centers around the world. All these data centers are connected with undersea cables, switches, and router. All of these require a lot of energy. Most energy comes from energy sources that emit carbon dioxide into the air because they burn fossil fuels.

If you have read Google Facts on this website, then you would know that there are 3.5 billion searches a day on Google. There is so much carbon-dioxide on these so many searches.


Apple has its own theatre called "Steve Jobs Theater" to hold most of its programs.


Android operating systems are released alphabetically. Such as Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean, KitKat, Lollipop, Marshmallow, Nougat, Oreo, Pie, and upcoming android Q.


All Android versions, except Android 1.0 and 1.1, are named after sweet treats or desserts.

Android operating systems are released alphabetically.

Such as Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean, KitKat, Lollipop, Marshmallow, Nougat, Oreo, Pie, and upcoming android Q.


The first Barcode scanned was on a pack of Wrigley's juicy fruit chewing gum pack.


Google's Waymo Self-Driving car is the first AI-driven car to obey police hand signals for directions.


In 2011, an elderly woman from Georgia was scavenging for copper. Then she accidentally disconnected a cable leading to Armenia. Georgia provided Internet access to nearly 90 percent of neighboring Armenia, so nearly the entire country was cut off.


In 1910, Nathaniel Baldwin invented the first pair of headphones in the kitchen.

The headphones originated from the telephone receiver earpiece. Headphones were the only way to listen to electrical audio signals when amplifiers did not exist.


Alexander Graham Bell originally adopted 'Ahoy' as the standard greeting when answering over the telephone, before 'Hello' became common.

The term hello was suggested by Thomas Edison.


In 2010 there was a race between the internet and pigeon and pigeon won.

The race was conducted in 2010 by an IT company in Durban, Africa. The name of the company was Unlimited IT.

An 11-month-old bird armed with a 4GB memory stick was fought by the ADSL service of the country's largest web firm Telecom Company.

It took two hours for the pigeon from Washington to carry this data up to 60 miles. At the same time, only 4% of the DATA was sent by ADSL.


Nintendo started as a playing card company and was founded on 23 September 1889. It was established by Fusajiro Yamauchi in Kyoto, Japan.


The world's first electrified road that recharges the batteries of cars and trucks has been built in Sweden.


The first computer bug was actually an insect that was found inside a computer system and caused trouble.

The first computer bug was reported by computer scientist Grace Hopper on September 9, 1947.

Even before this, Thomas Edison reported "bugs" in his designs in the early 1800s. But Hopper was the first to identify a "bug" on the computer. Hopper's colleagues at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, found that his computer was constantly showing errors.

When they opened the computer's hardware to detect it, a kite was found. This trapped insect disrupted the computer's electronics.


The first motherboard, originally called a "planar," was invented by IBM. IBM used this motherboard as its first personal computer.


3D printing is also possible in Zero Gravity.

Made in Space: It is a Silicon Valley startup located at the NASA Ames Research Center. The aim was to get a 3D printer into the International Space Station by 2014.

NASA has successfully tested that 3D printing is also possible in space. This will help astronauts to repair broken equipment.


Bluetooth is named after a Danish king who wanted to unite all territories. He loved blueberries so much that his teeth turned blue.


The codename of the project was "Interface Manager" before the windowing system was developed.

The head of marketing at Microsoft convinced the company that the Windows name would be more appealing to customers.


Twitter Ex-CEO Dick Costolo was once a professional stand up comedian.


The first iPhone launched on 29 June 2007 and Apple introduced the App store on 10 July 2008.

Obviously, the first iPhone will not have an app store. The App Store was not released until 1 year after the iPhone. It was launched with an initial 500 applications available.


China is the first country to grow a plant on the moon.

In January 2019, China made history when it landed its Chang'-4 spacecraft on the ground of the moon. They carried a mini-biosphere called the Lunar Micro Ecosystem (LME) across the lunar surface.

Potato seeds, cotton seeds, rapeseeds, leaven, fruit fly eggs, all these things they wanted to grow on the moon. All the weeds were slowly killed, only the cotton plant survived. That is why cotton became the first plant to be grown on the moon.


The digital wristwatch was inspired by a sci-fi movie.

The smartwatch's first appearance in the 1932s was in the "Dick Tracy" comic strips. Super Detective had a watch that he could speak and provided him with information about the fly.

Since then, the smartwatch appeared on the wrists of several futuristic heroes, including James Bond, "Men in Black" Agent K, and Inspector Gadget.

Today, the smartwatch allows users to answer phone calls, and browse the Internet from their wrist.


There is high-speed Internet on the moon: 19.44 Mbps.

If you are not happy with your internet speed then there is a simple solution, go to the moon. By the way, this internet speed of 19.44 Mbps is enough for any common user. You can do many things at half its internet speed.


If you want to use iTunes. So you have to agree that you will not use Apple products to form nuclear weapons. You can read it in the section under Apple's license agreement.


ILoveYou is a virus which is one of the most virus computer viruses. It was infected millions of personal computers worldwide in May 2000. This worm spread via e-mail.

The subject line of the email was ILOVEYOU. Now everyone would like to read such subject emails. After infecting the user's computer, the virus sent copies of itself to each contact found in its address book. And thus the ILOVEYOU virus caused $15 billion in damage.

The ILOVEYOU virus is also known as the love bug.


Technophobia is a fear of advanced technology or complex devices, especially computers.


SanDisk was previously known as SunDisk. The company changed its name to SanDisk in 1995.


The first Online Transaction was a drug deal.

The first online transaction took place in 1972. This transaction was done by students at Stanford University in California and MIT in Massachusetts. Using an ARPANET account in their artificial intelligence lab, Stanford students sold a small amount of marijuana to their counterparts.


When Samsung was founded, they focused primarily on trade exports, selling dried Korean fish, vegetables, and fruits.


Google Maps' 'Satellite' mode before launch was actually called 'Bird mode'.

The story was revealed when the co-creator of Google Maps tweeted on February 23, 2019. On Saturday morning, Taylor tweeted "Google Maps Origin Story" in a Twitter thread.


Every day 16% to 20% of the searches that occur are ones that Google has never seen before.


Andy Rubin is the creator of Android, He was nicknamed "Android" by his co-workers at Apple in 1989 due to a love of robots.

When he created this operating system, he named it "Android" on his own nickname.


According to a study by Dscout's research, the typical cellphone user touches 2,617 times every day. But these are just average touches. The study found that 10% of cellphone users touch their phones more than 5,400 times a day.


You can get 1 gram of gold by just recycle 41 mobile phones. In a ton of mobile phones, there are usually around 350 grams of gold.

A ton of mobile phones usually contains about 350 grams of gold. This is 80 times more than a concentration in gold mines. It is more efficient for extracting gold from electronic waste. One more thing you should know is that you can extract 1 gram of gold from only 41 mobile phones.


If you look at Pacman carefully then you will know that Pac-man character is the image of a pizza with a slice removed.


Google released Gmail on April Fool's Day in 2004. This announcement was made by Google on April 1st that is why many people thought that Google was pranking with them.


The Android operating system was not built for smartphones. In fact, it was designed for digital cameras.

Android co-founder Andy Rubin said that the operating system was actually designed for digital cameras. When smartphones started becoming popular, Android was designed for mobile phones.


Approximately 380 new websites are created every minute. more than 85% of all websites are not active.

(stats January 2019)


There is a mathematical theory to explain why earphones get tangled. Mathematical knot theory is used to analyze these knots.


The first-ever Google Doodle was published on August 30, 1998. For celebrating the Burning Man festival. It was designed by co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin.


The Amazon Prime Video service was first called Amazon Unbox.

Prime Video launched as Amazon Unbox on September 7, 2006, in the United States. It was a subscription service. In which you could download the video.


Several people have been murdered for unfriending someone on Facebook.


The domain Google.com was registered on 15 September 1997. Earlier it was originally called "BackRub".

Page rank is the most complicated part of the method. It works by ranking pages based on valid backlinks on the website. That is why it was initially named Backrub by the inventors of it.


"Friendstalker" and "Vibrate" were one of the early names considered for Twitter.


According to a study, 99% of all mobile malware attacks were targeted at Android devices.


There are more than 6000 new computer viruses are released every month.


The original domain name of Yahoo! was http://akebono.stanford.edu/ and the original name is "Akebono". Yahoo started at Stanford University. Therefore its URL contains stanford.edu/.


IBM 5120, the heaviest and largest computer ever made which was weighed around 105 pounds without the floppy drive of 130 pounds.


In 1986, Apple released a clothing line. Its called "The Apple Collection. The company tried to see how much their fans would like The Apple Collection, the accessories and lifestyle items.


Every Apple iPhone ad displays the time as 9:41 AM.

This is the same morning time when Steve Jobs announced the first iPhone in 2007.

About 42 minutes into his announcement, he said, "Today Apple is going to reinvent the phone." And a picture of the iPhone, displaying a time of 9:42, popped up on the screen behind it.


In 1936 Russia built a computer that ran on water. Its called Water integrator.

The water integrator was an early analog computer built by Vladimir Lukyanov in 1936 in the Soviet Union. It used to solve partial differential equations.

It works meticulously with water through a room filled with interconnected pipes and pumps. It is now found in the Polytechnic Museum of Moscow.


On April 3, 1973, the first cell phone call was made by Motorola engineer Martin Cooper. He made the first call to his competitor Bell Labs.

Martin Cooper, then a senior engineer at Motorola, made a cell phone call for the first time.


For nearly 20 years, the launch code for US nuclear missile was 00000000.


The first search engine was Archie, created by Alan Emtage in 1990. This was the kind of form you had to fill.


Samsung Galaxy S10 is the first phone to have a cryptocurrency wallet built-in. Samsung is the first smartphone manufacturer to include a cryptocurrency wallet on its phones.


The world’s most powerful supercomputer "Summit" is in America. For this, 5,600 square feet of floor space is required. It weights more than 340 tons.


NASA made a prank from the world that they had found water on Mars. NASA did this prank on 1 April 2005.


Israel was the first country to develop military drone technology after the 1973 Arab-Israeli War, during which its air force suffered major losses.


In 1865, Nokia was founded and its business was paper manufacturing at that time.


The first computer mouse was made of wood. The mouse was invented by Douglas Engelbart in 1964. It consisted of a wooden shell, a circuit board, and two metal wheels. This was the first mouse that could fit in the user's hand.


In 2014, Google hired a camel named 'Raffia' to create a street view of the Liwa Desert in Abu Dhabi. Its name was "Raffia". This camel became the first animal to carry Google's tracker camera. It captured 360-degree images of the desert.


The first electronic computer in the world was ENIAC. It was built between 1943 and 1945. The total weight was 30 tons. And 1800 sq ft of space was needed to keep it.


This refrigerator is developed by Sony. The system, called "The Happiness Counter", naturally aims to encourage smiling in our everyday lives. It is equipped with a built-in Sony CyberShot digital camera with smile-recognition technology.


The Bio-Bus is the first bus in the UK that uses food waste and human waste for fuel.


Your smartphone has more computing power than the computer used for the Apollo 11 moon landing mission.

The latest phones usually have 4GB of RAM. It is 34,359,738,368 bits. Such RAM is a million times more than Apollo computer RAM.

Note:Remember that the mission was not completed with just one computer, it used a lot of computers.


Printer ink is now more costly than human blood. A lot of time is required to develop ink technology. The cost of this extensive research and development is then added to the consumer for payment.


The world's first commercially successful laptop was the 'Osborne 1'. The credit goes to Osborne. It was launched in 1981 and had only 64Kb of RAM.


IBM sold smartphones with a touch screen display input that could send emails and run 3rd party apps in 1994.

Its name was IBM Simon Personal Communicator, also known as IBM Simon. It was also able to send and receive fax, e-mail, and cellular pages.

It had features such as an address book, calendar, appointment scheduler, calculator, world time clock, electronic notepad, handwritten annotations, and stylus input screen keyboard.


Paypal, an online money transfer company, mistakenly credited a man with $ 92,233,720,368,547,800. This mistake made him the richest man in the world.


When the first prototype of the iPod was shown to Steve Jobs, he dropped it in an aquarium to prove that has empty space in that prototype so it could become smaller.


Apple's app store once had an app called I Am Rich. People needed to give $ 999.99 to buy this app, it was fun that this app did absolutely nothing and not only that 8 people had bought it.


The first text message was sent in 1992. It was "Merry Christmas".

Neil Papworth became the first person to send a message. Neil Papworth typed "Merry Christmas" on the computer and sent the first SMS message to Vodafone director Richard Jarvis's cellphone.


In Seattle, QR codes are inscribed on graves which contain a link to the detailed information about the deceased person. It can be scanned using a smartphone with scanning capability.


The favorite dish of the average Microsoft employee is pizza. The top two drinks items for Microsoft employees are milk and OJ.


The national emoji of Finland is Nokia 3310. It is kind of a symbol of strength.


Sony sold the walkman in a bottle of water to prove it was really waterproof. Sony's NWZ-W270 MP3 Player was launched in 2013. Sony used to sell it by placing it in a vending machine, just like a bottle of cold drink.


The old Nokia SMS ringtone 'bip bip beep beep bip bip' represents the letters SMS in Morse code.


The first remote intended to control a television was developed in 1950. The remote was named “Lazy Bones”.


Vic Hayes is known as the “Father of Wi-Fi because he chaired the IEEE committee that created the 802.11(Wi-fi's earlier name) standard in 1997.


According to a study released by app maker Lockett, the average person unlocks their phone 110 times every day. Lockett users are most active between 5 and 8 am.


The first GPS mobile phone was released in 1999. The name of this phone was "Benefon Esc". This was the first commercially available GPS phone that meant anyone could buy it.


The word Android is derived from the Greek language in which "andr" means man and "oid" mean "likeness". So it meant "A man-like robot" or something like that.


According to a report, 1 in 3 kids uses a mobile phone or tablet before they can speak.

Although this is not a bad thing, it can also mean that the technology era has started. In one study, it was reported that by the age of 8, 72% of children have used the phone.


Barcode readers read the white parts, not the black part.


Pac-Man, the highest possible score is 3,333,360. The credit for achieving this score (3,333,360 points) was first attributed to e-sports player Billy Mitchell. He claimed to have done this feat in about six hours in 1999.


The first domain on the Internet is symbolics.com which was still running. The address was registered in March 1985 by computer manufacturer Symbolics. It is now in the form of a historical museum. Where you see its collection.


The first Google computer storage was built with legos (the toy building bricks).

Lego is a type of toy. Vehicles, buildings, and working robots can be made by assembling their bricks. Anybody can make anything with it. In 1996, the two founders (Larry Page and Sergey Brin) built a Lego brick disk box for their storage server for Google's "digital library".

The first Google server was made of Lego bricks and had 10x 4 GB disks.


There is a vending machine named "smart recycling box" feeds stray dogs in exchange for recycled bottles in Istanbul, Turkey.


The word “Selfie” was officially added to the Oxford English Dictionary and was voted the “Word of the year.” Social media sites have helped popularize the term selfie.


The power button symbol is based on binary’s off(0) and on (1).

The line in this symbol indicates that the power is on, that is, the power is going into the device. And the circle which is formed in the symbol shows that the power is off, that is, power is not going into the device.


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”.


The first commercial camera phone was released in Japan in May 1999. At the time it was called the "Mobile Videophone" and had a 110,000-pixel front-facing camera.


Scientists have used artificial nerves' in prosthetic hands. So that things can also feel when touched. With a motorized prosthetic arm, you can move forward with your thoughts.


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 in 2004 that can store 185TB of data.

These cassette tapes were developed with the help of IBM. When this cassette tape was launched, it broke all previous data storage records.


If you search on Google ‘I want to commit suicide’, then Google will provide you the Suicide Helpline number of your country above all the search results.


Scientists have developed a color-changing tattoo ink that can track your blood sugar levels.

Researchers in Germany have developed color-changing tattoos. It changes color according to pH, glucose and albumin level to monitor health.

These tattoos change color as needed to monitor health without constantly taking blood samples.


Android logo inspired by the logos on bathrooms.

Irina Blok was a designer at Google who created the Android logo.

Blok and her designing team were asked to design a logo for the Android operating system that wouldn’t be difficult to identify.

And they were also told that there should be a robot in it. Block studied many sci-fi toys and space-related movies to design Android’s logo.

But she did not get the idea from any of these things. In the end, she got inspired by something that you will go on thinking that anyone can take inspiration from this? Blok’s inspiration came from bathroom doors. The design of the men and women on the toilet door is designed in the same way for the logo of Android.


Microsoft has built smart bird nests for birds at Disneyland called “Bird Resorts”. These houses are mounted on a long pole.


Only 8% of the world’s currency is physical money. 92% of the currency is digital.

This means that most of the money you make is used for transactions, buying goods and services, and so on only on computers and hard drives. An estimated 8% of currency globally is physical wealth. All black money stacks come from within this 8%. It is a reasonable guess that economists agree that there is not an exact figure.

Such a low percentage seems absurd, but when you think carefully, it makes sense that most large transactions are done electronically anyway. Banks also store electronically and 92% include all types of transactions carried out using credit debit cards and wire transfers.


Facebook's 'Like' button was originally discussed to have been a star or a plus sign, and during development, this feature was referred to as "awesome".


At Youtube’s headquarters, employees can either take the elevator, stairs or a big slide.


About 6 million people around the world hit the Spacebar at the same time in every second.

This fact may initially seem impossible to you, but if you think carefully, you will believe it.

There are 7.7 billion people in this world now. Many of them, type on computers or send text messages around the world.

You know that the spacebar has to be clicked after every word. There is a channel on YouTube named “Vsauce”. A video of which, “You Don’t Type Alone”, describes how 6 million people click the spacebar simultaneously.


“LiFi” is a technology system that allows you to connect the internet through LED lights. Li-Fi Technology is a technology that is 100 times faster than the average speed of Wifi. LED-based Li-Fi can reach data rates of 10 Gb / s. Wi-Fi has a maximum data rate of 7 GB / s.


China has special sidewalk paths for mobile phone users.

The World Health Organization estimates that about 68,000 pedestrians are killed each year in China. Xi’an is not the first city where mobile phones are used with specific areas of use.

In 2014, a road in the Chinese city of Chongqing was divided into two sections. On one side of the road, phone use was prohibited, and on the other walkers were allowed to use their phones “at their own risk”.


A large majority of SAMSUNG’s products around 90% are the product in the firm’s own factory. Many of Apple’s products, OLED display RAM, etc. are all made by Samsung.| Samsung has more employees than Apple, Google, and Microsoft combined.


Motorola iDEN i1000 Plus was the world’s first smartphone to have a mobile web along with email and characters. The phone could also send faxes, make calls, act as a radio and more.


The first computer sold by Apple was a price of 666.66 USD. Which is said to be the number of Satan (devil).


The QWERTY layout was designed to slow your typing speed so that the old mechanical typewriter would not get stuck.

The QWERTY layout was created by Christopher Latham Sholes in the early 1870s. The keyboards of that time were not as electronic as today’s keyboards. At that time, there used to be a lot of mechanical parts, if they were not properly arranged, then the chances of them getting stuck would be increased, which is why they were designed in the Qwerty layout.


90% of text messages are read within three minutes of being delivered.


Email existed before the Internet and world wide web.

It may sound a bit strange to hear, but email really existed before the Internet. But it was not for the common people like me and you. The email was only for internally connected computers. It had no fixed homepage and was very complex.


The first email was sent by Ray Tomlinson himself in 1971.

This email was sent for testing purposes. He did not remember the email he sent. In an interview, he said that the email was like QWERTYUIOP or something like that.


Bill Gates’ house was designed using a Macintosh computer.

This is strange because Bill Gates himself created the Windows operating system. But when his house was designed, the Windows computer was designed by Macintosh Computer instead of being used.


The first alarm clock could only ring at 4 AM.

The first alarm clock was made in 1787 by Levi Hutchins. He made this device only for himself, and it began at 4 am to wake him up to his job.


On an average, Technology users carry 2.9 devices on them at all times.

Mobile phones are the most favorite gadget of technology users. About 85% of people carry smartphones with them. E-readers carry the least number of people. 29% of technology users prefer to carry e-readers with them.


Early in 1999, Larry Page and Sergey brin decided to sell Google to Excite. With this intention, he went to Excite CEO George Bell and offered to sell it for $ 1 million. But George Bell rejected that offer.


When Jeff Bezos started working on Amazon, he named it Cadabra. He named it on the magical words, Abracadabra.

When he told his name to his lawyer, he made a mistake in listening. The lawyer heard “cadaver” in place of “Cadabra”. Then Jeff Bezos decided that he would change his company name. Later, he decided to name Amazon, the largest river in the world.


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 2.1 million houses have electricity for 1 year.


Timofonica was the first mobile phone virus found in June 2000. It sent SMS messages to GSM-capable mobile phones in Spanish. This message means "Information for you: Telefónica is fooling you."

These messages were sent through the Internet SMS Gateway of the Movistar mobile operator. The Timofonica virus infects sending text messages to randomly selected Telefonica mobile phones. The amazing thing is that the fast-spreading mobile phone virus did not harm the mobile phone, nor did it affect them. No complaint was filed against it.


The first-ever banner ad, which appeared in Wired magazine’s website hotwired.com on October 27, 1994.

This was written on that banner ad:

Have you ever clicked your mouse right HERE?


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.

Soon after the mosaic was released, “over 5,000 copies were being downloaded each month. Mosaic was also the first “easy-to-use browser”. It also had icons, bookmarks, and more attractive interface features.


Domain registration was free until September 14, 1995.

Before 14 September 1959, domains did not have to be paid for registration. This payoff began when, in 1995, a company called Network Solutions began paying people a domain name fee. It was quite expensive: prices usually started at $ 100 in two years of registration.


The first-ever VCR (videocassette recorder) was the size of a piano, created in 1956. Earlier VCRs were both inefficient and expensive also. In 1956 Ampex Corporation developed the VRX-1000.


Microsoft was originally called Micro-soft, in which they removed the hyphen in 1981.


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 floppy disk was 8 inches in size. Its storage capacity was about 80 kilobytes.

Floppy disk drives (FDD) were invented at IBM in 1967 by Alan Shugart. It used to be very flexible plastic. Later it was called “diskette”. When the floppy disk became 5.25 inches.


The makers of P.N.G wanted it to be called Ping instead of P.N.G. But the name “P.N.G.” Became more popular.


The name of the first microprocessor was “4004”. The Intel 4004 was invented in 1971 by Intel engineers.

The Intel 4004 was a 4-bit central processing unit (CPU) released in 1971 by Intel Corporation. It was the first full CPU on a chip, and also the first commercially available microprocessor.


Ada Lovelace is the mother of the computer. She was the first women computer programmer.


The first version of Microsoft Excel was created for the Apple Macintosh, not for Microsoft. Microsoft released the first version of Excel in 1985 for Apple’s Macintosh computer.


If you look at history carefully, you will find that HP, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Dell, Disney, and Apple have one thing in common that all these were started in the garage.


The world’s first cell phone was launched in 1973 and the name of this cell phone was 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. The name of this computer was . 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.


Google now answers to more than 40,000 search queries every second. You wouldn’t believe that Google was answering 3.5 million search queries in September 1999, a year after its launch.


Tim Berners-Lee invented the WWW in 1989. He created the phrase “World Wide Web” in 1990. Tim Berners-Lee developed the first web server and the first web browser in 1990, called WorldWideWeb (no space).


The first emoticon is credited to Kevin Mackenzie in 1979. It 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 1GB capacity disk drive was the IBM 3380 and was invented in the 1980s. It was like the size of a refrigerator.


The SIM card in your cell phone is basically like a tiny computer.

Yes, it can be called a tiny computer because it has a built-in CPU, ROM, and RAM. You can also call it a chip because it stores your contacts and messages.


Mobile phone throwing is an official sport in Finland. The launch of mobile phone throwing is an international sport that started in Savonlinna, Finland in 2000.


The first Sony product was an electric rice cooker. The product was manufactured in the late 1940s.


Steve Jobs once called Google to tell them the yellow gradient in the second "O" of their logo wasn't quite right.


The computer keyboard contains up to 20,000 times more bacteria than a toilet seat and your smartphone has 9,000 times more germs than a toilet.

The Grimm findings were uncovered by CBT Nuggets, who examined specific items used in an office to see how many bacteria they had disturbed. The research team cleaned five items in each category to determine the average number of bacteria in each category, known as Colony Forming Units (CFUs), per square inch of each surface. Those five things were: mouse, trackpads, keyboards, cell phones, and ID cards.

And the results were enough to make you feel sick because some of our most-used items were revealed to mix with millions of bacteria. The team found that keyboards disturb 3,543,000 bacteria per square inch. Whereas a computer mouse is 45,000 times messier than the handle of a toilet.