President Rutherford B. Hayes’ telephone number was 1.
In 1981, a Japanese factory worker, was killed by a malfunctioning robot he was working on at a Kawasaki plant in Japan. The robot’s arm pushed him into a grinding machine, killing him.
There is a company that gave the homeless jobs by turning them into 4G wireless hotspots.
In 1918 the U.S. developed and successfully flew a legitimate unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), making it one of the first.
The first VCR was made in 1956 and was the size of a piano.
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.