First introduced by Bandai in 1996. The name "Tamagotchi" is a combination of the Japanese words egg and friend.
The Segway first appeared to consumers in 2001. The maximum speed of a segway is 12.5mph, enough to outrace a squirrel (12mph).
The internet in 1995 came to around 5 gb, enough to easily fit on a modern USB flash drive.
The MiniDisc was developed by Sony in 1992 and was eventually discontinued in 2013. It made a cameo appearance in the 1999 movie ‘The Matrix’ apparently featuring some hacker software.
When Nintendo first released the Wii in 2006, they had to provide customers with another strap due to TV breakages.
In 2005, Apple sold over over 14 million iPods in their final quarter. This was approximately over a hundred sold every minute, 24/7 throughout the quarter.
As of 2013, almost 20% of all books sold on Amazon are for Kindles. In the UK, Ebooks are on course to outsell printed editions in the UK by 2018.
The BBC streamed over 2400 hours of content online throughout the 2012 London Olympic Games.
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