Sony sold a Walkman Mp3 player packaged in a bottle of water to prove it was waterproof.
At some Chinese universities, students have a fitness requirement, so that means fitness tracker cheating has become a lucrative business for a few enterprising entrepreneurs.
As far back as the 1930s drivers could buy an “analog GPS” unit featuring moving maps of your location, route and destination – “Thought to be the first automated car-mounted navigation device, the gadget was tied into the speedometer in order to pace travel progress.”
A fully loaded Kindle weighs 10^-18 grams more than an empty one.
An iPhone 4 actually costs $178, retails for $560