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11 fun and interesting facts bout technology

 1. The Firefox logo is not a fox :
  • It's actually a red panda.
  • A common misconception is that the Firefox browser logo is a fox (although... it's in the name), when it's actually a red panda!

2. Nintendo making playing cards
  • Long before video games were made.
  • The Nintendo Corporation was founded in 1889 as a card game company. They didn't make their first video game until 1978.

3. As of 2017, 2.1 million people still use dial-up.
  • A 2017 study found that nearly 2.1 million people still use a dial-up service. These customers are located mainly in rural areas of America where the Internet is expensive and unreliable.

- Dying Light 2 Stay Human shines with superior image quality with NVIDIA ray tracing and DLSS technologies

4. There are approx. 3.5 billion searches are made on Google daily.
  • 7.2 percent of the traffic comes from people who search for the term "Google".
  • You can view daily Google search trends by entering

5. It was Google's first tweet in a binary image.
  • In 2009, it was unclear to most people. It was translated from the binary system into English, and it turns out the term, "I feel lucky."

6. Motorola produced the first handheld mobile phone
  • It was their first phone call with their rival.
  • On April 3, 1973, Martin Cooper, Researcher and CEO of Motorola made the first mobile phone call from portable subscriber equipment, with Dr. Joel S Engel of Bell Labs (AT&T), his rival at the time.

7. More people own cell phones than toilets.
  • Of the 7.7 billion people in the world, more than 6 billion own a mobile phone. Compared to only 4.5 billion people who have access to a public toilet.

8. Android holds 87% of the operating system market share.
  • In 2019, the Android smartphone operating system captured 87% of the global market share, compared to Apple iOS which commanded 13%.

9. More than 90% of the world's currency is digital.
  • Among credit cards, debit cards, online purchases, and cryptocurrency, only 8% of the world's currency is physical money.

10. Every ad on iPhone has the time set to 9:41.
  • And we find it in every Apple iPhone ad, where the time is set at 9:41. And that's when Steve Jobs announced the first iPhone in 2007.

11. The average computer user only blinks 7 times per minute.
  • It is said that we blink seven times a minute instead of the usual 20 when using a computer. This is why your eyes get more dry while working in front of a computer screen.

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