Apple briefly had its own clothing and lifestyle line in 1986.
NASA technology on the International Space Station includes a 3D Printer which can be used to make tools.
A computer as powerful as the human brain would be able to perform about 38 thousand trillion operations per second and hold about 3,584 terabytes of memory.
USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 compliant devices are able to transfer data at 20 gigabits per second. USB 4 compliant devices support 40 gigabit transfer rates.
Niagara Falls was the site of the country’s first hydroelectric generating facility.
Mouse Rage Syndrome occurs when you take your frustrations out on your computer mouse.
Intel produces over 5 billion transistors every second.
Google’s Android logo derives from the Atari Game called “Gauntlet: The Third Encounter”.
Scientists can deduce someone’s lifestyle –grooming products they use, food they eat and medications they take– from chemicals found on the surface of their mobile phone.
The first video tape recorder was the VRX-1000 and sold for $50,000.