Scientists at Cornell University made a functioning “nano guitar” that is about the size of a human blood cell.
During supersonic flight the fuselage of the Concorde would extend by as much as 300 mm (almost 1 ft) due to the heat generated by compression of air.
In 1993 IBM Released a mobile phone with Touch screen and E-mail.
File sharing is now a recognized religion in Sweden, and it’s called ”Kopimism”.
There was a downloadable content in 1982.
The United Nations declared the internet a basic human right as of June 2011.
In the first American automobile race (1895), the winning car’s average speed was 7 mph.
There is a programming language called LOLCODE.
By 400 BC, Persian engineers had mastered the technique of storing ice in the middle of summer in the desert.
A church in Florida leased its 100-foot cross to T-Mobile for use as a cell tower.