What are some mind-blowing facts related to technology? by Santosh Bhat
Answer by Santosh Bhat:
Here are some of the interesting facts
1. The internet requires approx 50 million horsepower in electricity
Yes. With an estimated 8.7 billion electronic devices connected to the Internet, the electricity required to run the system for even one day is very substantial.
Two hundred and twenty million tons of old computers and other technology devices are trashed in the United States each year. ………………………That’s huge!!.
Google handles an estimated 1 billion search queries each and every day, releasing almost 200 tons of CO2 per day. Every query has to travel on average 1,500 miles to a data center and back to return the answer to the user……………….Take a deep breathe 🙂
4. Windows store
There are 500 apps added each day to the Windows Phone Store. There are nearly 750k+ apps in windows phone store . Although the number is less compared to google play standing ahead with nearly 2,874,922 apps.
Microsoft Was once named Micro-Soft. Well, at the initial days of Microsoft the company was titled as Micro-Soft. In the year 1976, the hyphen was deleted. Well, let me tell you Microsoft word is the combination of microcomputer and software.
6. Sony vaio logo
The logo integrates the ideas of analog and digital technology into one, using the V and A to represent an analog wave, and the I and O to represent binary from the digital world.
The gita is an autonomous, intelligent cargo robot designed by Paggo Fast Forward . It can carry up to 40 pounds and follow you around at speeds of up to 22 mph. At just 22-inches-tall,with the capacity to carry up to 40 pounds and a zero turning radius that lets it navigate easily through even the most complex environments.
The airselfie is a tiny drone housed in a phone case with a built-in camera. It lets you take selfies or group shots from further away than you could with your arms or a selfie stick. Control it with virtual joysticks in the airselfie app.
9. First mouse
The first mouse was invented by Douglas Engelbart in 1963 ,it consisted of a hard wooden shell and two clunkymetal wheels.
THANK YOU FOR READING!! 🙂
EDIT: Thank youfor suggesting the edit. The fact that qwerty keyboard slowed down the users was rather misleading. Rather it was designed to place commonly used letters closer. The fact has been deleted .