You can’t Believe to know These Interesting Facts about Technology-2022

Hi dear Readers Welcome Again our New Post About Mind Blowing facts About Technology. One of the most obvious benefits of technology is that it has allowed us to communicate and collaborate more easily than ever before. By providing a platform for communication, technology has allowed people from all over the world to work together and share ideas.

Additionally, technology has allowed us to learn and explore new things more easily. For example: Students can learn new information by reading online articles or watching videos, instead of attending class.

In addition, technology has also made it easier for people to find jobs. For example, people can apply for jobs online, and they can also apply for jobs through social media sites. Finally, technology has made it easier for people to stay connected.

 Interesting Facts about Technology-2022
Interesting Facts about Technology

Let’s Explore These Interesting Facts About Technology:

  1. Twitter is used by 32% of all internet users.
  2. Facebook stores approximately 300 Petabytes of user data on its servers.
  3. A peer-to-peer file-sharing system called Wire hog was once a core function of Facebook.
  4. Google made its first Google Doodle in the year 1999.
  5. According to data, around 90% of the messages sent through various messaging services are read within 3 minutes of being delivered.
  6. HTC Dream or T-Mobile G1 is the first ever Smartphone to run on the Android operating system, this mobile phone was released in the year 2008.
  7. 97% of people type in random words on Google, just to see if they spelled it right.
  8. Research suggests that the average computer user blinks significantly less than normal while at their screen. It is said we blink seven times per minute instead of the usual 20. Hence, why your eyes dry out more while working in front of a monitor.
  9. The first commercial text message was sent in December 1992.
  10. 83% of parents on Facebook are friends with their children.
  11. 88 languages can be used in Google home page.
  12. The radio took 38 years to reach a market audience of 50 million. The television took 13 years and the iPod only took 3 years to reach a market audience of 50 million.
  13. CD’s (compact discs) read from the inside to the outside edge, which is the reverse of how records work.
  14. During an average working day, the distance covered by the fingers of a typist is around 12.6 miles, which is approximately 20 km, and it’s a lot more than what we expected.
  15. Facebook has a regular user base of approximately 1.3 billion! If it were a country, it would have been the second populated one.
  16. Apple’s app is the most downloaded in the world. Over 25 billion apps have been downloaded from Apple’s Store so far.
  17. Apple paid more than $200 Million for “Siri” to get into Mobile Search in 2011.
  18. Peter Thiel, co-founder of PayPal, was the first major investor to back Facebook.
  19. Google is the internet’s most visited website according to Alexa
  20. Almost half the world’s population has never made a phone call.
  21. 20% of all YouTube videos are related to music.
  22. Google discovered that there were around 6 types of email users by using it internally for nearly 2 years prior to launch in public.
  23. Amazon is actually a company selling the printed book, but today we see, more than it sells e-books.
  24. Amazon.com was previously known as Cadabra.com.
  25. The Apple had a hard drive of only 5 megabytes when it was released.
  26. Social media can lead to fear of missing out(FOMO).FOMO is a phenomenon that occurs when you feel pressure to be doing what everyone else is doing, attending every event, and share every life experience. It can evoke anxiety and disconnection with the real world.
  27. Although GPS is free for the world to use, it costs $2 million per day to operate. The money comes from American tax revenue.
  28. Android is Andy Rubin who is the co-creator of Android, it was the name given to him at Apple before joining Google, for his obsession and love for robots.
  29. Another possibility is that those who use increased amounts of social media subsequently develop increased social isolation.
  30. Facebook generates $1.4 million in revenue every hour.
  31. The English word for red panda is ‘Firefox’ which is where the browser gets its name from – this means the Firefox logo is actually a red panda, not a fox!
  32. The first mobile phone call was made in 1973 by Martin Cooper, a former Motorola inventor.
  33. Addictive Social Media users have face difficulty sleeping after using social media.
  34. Majorities of internet users in Bangladesh (62%) and India (55%) say they have looked for a job online in the past year, the highest rates among the 31 countries surveyed that have enough internet users to analyze.
  35. There are also significant potential benefits social media can provide. It can create a sense of community & facilitate support from friends. It can encourage people to seek help and share information and resources. More frequent social media use has been associated with improved ability to share and understand the feelings of others.
  36. Apple Inc doesn’t trust fresher’s, it keeps them on fake projects and put them through a rigorous testing period. In this way, it evaluates their trustworthiness.
  37. Many times, people turn to social media for a break — they are looking to get away from what they have been doing for a little while. Their expectation is a relaxing, entertaining or recreational experience after which they will feel good.
  38. According to an estimate, the total number of devices connected to the internet by the year 2025 is going to be 51 Billion.
  39. 585 gallons of coffee per week are consumed at Twitter Headquarter.
  40. Too much Social Media increases depression and enables us to feel like other people’s lives are so much better than ours.
  41. Research found that women who used social media a lot had more body image concerns, which resulted in a higher tendency to engage in eating disorder behaviors. These women crave getting “likes” and comments on their posts, and they compare photos of themselves against their friends.
  42. The name “Microsoft” is a combination of ‘Microprocessor’ & ‘Software’.
  43. In the US, out of all the people getting married, approximately 20% met through online dating. This means that every one of the five couples met through online resources.
  44. Facebook took 2 years to reach a market audience of 50 million.
  45. The first banner ads on any website were shown in 1994.
  46. Instagram photos with warm hues, higher contrast, and higher exposure increase chances of receiving views and comments.
  47. 37% of consumers use Siri, 23% use Microsoft’s Cortana AI, and 19% use Amazon’s Alexa AI at least monthly.
  48. The internet and the World Wide Web is not the same thing. The internet is a network of other smaller networks that link computers together all over the world. The World Wide Web is a collection of linked pages that can be used with the help of the internet and a web browser.
  49. There are more than 1000 doodles created by the team called doodlers in Google. They are talented illustrators who work hard to bring smiles on faces of people who visit the homepage.
  50. Twitter was originally named as “Twttr”.
  51. Klingon was added as a Google language option in 2002.
  52. Apple’s first logo was Newton’s picture. Not only this, Apple’s one product name was also Newton. Before the iPhone’s arrival, Apple used to sing the same quality of the product. But as soon as the iPhone came, Jobs ended the relationship between Apple and Newton.
  53. The Apple iPad’s Retina Display is actually made by Samsung.
  54. Life’s not about people who act true to your face. It’s about the people who remain true behind your back.
  55. On average, we spend around 10 years of our lives watching television. We wonder how much that it is likely to increase now it’s getting easier and easier to binge-watch Netflix.
  56. Many employees of Google became instant millionaires when Google went public.
  57. Ego needs a platform to showcase itself, and social networks are the perfect answer. 80% of our online conversations are self-disclosure, compared to 30-40% of offline conversations. We live in a ‘Me’ society with an obsession of the ‘self’ that drives us to update our status and tag ourselves in photos (but only those that we look good in of course).
  58. Google operates 70 offices in more than 40 countries.
  59. There are more than 30 million dead people on Facebook.
  60. Facebook adds 500,000 new users every day; 6 new profiles every second.
  61. Apple made so much money that it was equal to the earnings of Google, Facebook, and Amazon in the first quarter of 2014.
  62. Except Android 1.0 and 1.1, all the other Android versions are named after sweet treats like Jelly Bean, Ice Cream Sandwich, Honeycomb to name a few.
  63. Electronic computers were developed around the 1940s and were the size of a large room. Today, computers have gotten so small that they have been embedded into other things like microwaves, toys, cell phones, etc.
  64. When the first specimen of Apple iPod was shown to Steve Jobs, he tried to prove it by using Air Bubbles by putting it in the Aquarium and there is still empty space in it and can be made small on it.
  65. Apple has around $150 billion in excess capital. It could buy companies like Netflix, Twitter, Tesla, and Facebook.
  66. The increase in social media use over the last ten years is almost equal among females and males, but the negative effect on mental health seems to afflict females more than males.
  67. About eight-in-ten Americans (80%) and Russians (78%) have a working computer in their household. In contrast, only 3% in Uganda say they have a computer in their home.
  68. Google’s first tweet was in binary format, which means “I’m feeling lucky”.
  69. The first word that was ever auto-corrected was “teh” to “the”. You corrected it by pressing the left arrow and F3.
  70. Very advertisement on the Apple iPhone is shown at 9:41
  71. Facebook Messenger and Whatsapp handle 60 billion messages a day.
  72. In May 2017, Samsung were given permission to carry out trials of a self-driving car in South Korea.
  73. The Word “Emoji” has no connection to Emotion. It comes from Japanese “e-” Means “Picture” & “Moji” means “Character”.
  74. Did you know that Google logo was not centred until 2001.
  75. The Relationship Contingent Self-Esteem (RCSE) of people with this condition depends on their relationship status. As a result, they want to show their social media friends that they’re in a good relationship by bragging about their partners or the relationship. They may also publicly post things on partners’ walls that may be better shared privately.
  76. One more thing about Apple CEO Tim Cook is very well known. If you are an employee of Apple, then be ready for an e-mail from Cook’s side at 4.30 a.m. Cook e-mails every employee to 4.30 a.m. in the morning. Now this is the unique way of work
  77. The hashtag feature on Twitter was proposed by a user.
  78. The key to a positive social media experience is moderation. Limiting the amount of time spent on social media and balancing it with real life social interactions can help protect your mental health.
  79. In 2012 Apple sold 40 million iPhones. This means the average approximately, 110000 iPhone sold per day. That was an average of 4,583 iPhones per hour, 76 iPhones per minute and 1.26 iPhone per second. Apple’s iPhones sold in around 89 countries around the world.
  80. The prime reason that Google’s home page is bare, due to the fact that the founders of Google want a quick interface and don’t know HTML.
  81. If the internet went down for a day, 196 Billion E-Mails, 3 Billion Google Searches, 12 Billion Facebook & YouTube Video views, and 500 Million Tweets would have to wait.
  82. Steve Jobs became a millionaire at the age of 25 years.
  83. Men’s best look was away from the camera, not smiling. But guys should avoid a flirty face, which was associated with a drastic reduction in messages by social media apps.
  84. One of the best parts of being an Android owner is its apps, its app store “Google play” has more than 48 billion app installs, of which most of them are free.
  85. IBM’s first supercomputer (the 305 RAMAC). This gargantuan thing had a hard drive which was capable of storing 5 MB of data and weighed over a ton.
  86. Google pays Mozilla Millions of dollars a year as Firefox web browser uses Google as the default search provider.
  87. Google is used by 57% of American kids as their first word.
  88. The original Xbox contained edited snippets of actual transmissions from the Apollo missions.
  89. The word “Android” means a human with a male robot appearance.
  90. A recent study showed that the more selfies you share on social media, the less likeable you become.
  91. 4.8 billion people own mobile phones, whereas only 4.2 billion own a toothbrush.
  92. In 2016, the total weight of the electronic waste produced globally was 44.7 billion tons! This waste includes unused mobile phones, computer equipment, and accessories.
  93. Echobeat is the latest generation of wireless earphones out of Silicon Valley who are vying for a cut of the Apple Air pods market. They are the top of the range in quality and are a bit more affordable than their competition.
  94. The famous Windows Start Up sound was composed using “Mac”.
  95. Google is added as a verb in the Oxford English Dictionary in June 2006.
  96. Z.stanford.edu and google.stanford.edu are the names with which Google ran at Stanford School of Engineering, which is an attempt to analyze and catalog the World Wide Web.
  97. Technophobia is the fear of technology, Nomophobia is the fear of being without a mobile phone, Cyberphobia is the fear of computers.
  98. Mouse as a device was not invented by Steve Jobs. Douglas Engelbart invented the mouse in the year 1964. It was made of the wooden block and had two wheels below it.
  99. Most people text faster when it’s someone they like while using a social platform.
  100. Nokia was founded in 1865 and its primary business was manufacturing paper. Nokia’s first mobile phones were released in the 1980’s.
  101. DroneX is a new mini-drone that is perfect for any beginner in the world of drones. It is compact, relatively cheap and is just the size of an average Smartphone.
  102. People create different kinds of fonts for all kinds of reasons: to convey a message, for decoration, embellishment or as iconography.
  103. Ubuntu is one of the more popular distributions of Linux. The word Ubuntu comes from an African word meaning “I am because of you”.
  104. HP, Google, Microsoft and Apple have just one thing in common, other than the fact that they are IT companies. They were all started in garages.
  105. Did you know that Google has the ability to analyze and track a persons online behaviour and Google inform its advertisers the sites they visited and the ads they clicked.

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