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Interesting Facts About The History Of Technology; From Google Names To Apple Ads

In This Way, Just As It Is Fascinating To Read The History Of The Great Nations, Battles, And Betrayals Of The World, So It Can Be Remarkable To Look At The Facts Of The World Of Technology In Its Own Way. 

Technology can say that the world of technology is limited to the last few decades, but it still has so many different facts that it is possible to write a few thick books about its events.

Since not all of these facts can summarize in just one or even a few articles, we will only state some interesting facts in this area. Stay with us.

  • The Firefox logo is not really a fox.

The Firefox browser logo does not refer to a fox, and Mozilla means a red panda. As it turns out, many users confuse the browser with the naming and the similarity between a fox and a red panda, which makes perfect sense. In any case, the opinion of the creators of this browser should respect, and this fact should accept.


  • Nintendo already produces game cards.

This is a Japanese company that has had a huge impact on the video game industry over the past few decades but has been producing game cards for a long time. In other words, the company was first established in 1889 for this purpose. Nintendo was not active in the gaming industry until 1978 and has been active in areas such as toy manufacturing.

  • As of 2017, 2.1 million people still use dial-up Internet

In 2017, a study showed that 2.1 million people worldwide still use the dial-up method to connect to the Internet. Of course, most of these users live in rural America, where Internet access is unstable and very expensive.


  • Approximately 3.5 billion searches are performed daily by the Google engine.

7.2% of this significant amount is reserved only for people who search for the word “Google”! You can see the most popular words searched in different time periods through this link.


  • The first Google tweet has been published in binary language

Google’s first tweet, released in 2009, is strange and unreadable to many users, but it actually uses the binary method (computer language) to write it. The translation of this article into Persian is equivalent to the phrase: “I feel happy.”



  • Motorola is the world’s first maker of mobile phones

On April 3, 1973, Martin Cooper, a researcher and co-founder of Motorola, developed the first mobile phone through mobile communal equipment; It is interesting to know that the first contact of this mobile phone was between Cooper and Joel S. Engel from Bell Labs (AT&T), the rival of Motorola.


  • Apple long ago made a clamshell phone in the shape of an apple

Long before the design of the first iPhone, Apple had patented an apple-shaped clamshell phone. In fact, the cell phone resembled the shape of an apple when closed; The Apple logo is now one of the most popular shapes around the world.


  • Nokia used to sell toilet paper.

It may seem strange to those familiar with the company’s products, but in disbelief, it should say that Nokia sold a huge range of different products before it entered the mobile industry. Toilet paper, rubber, computers, and other electronics are some of Nokia’s products before producing mobile phones.


  • More people have access to the phone than there are people who have access to the bathroom.

Of the more than 7.7 billion people on Earth, nearly 6 billion have access to mobile phones, while only about 4.5 billion of the world’s population have access to safe and efficient toilets.


  • Android has 87% of the mobile operating system market share

According to an estimate in 2019, about 87% of the operating system of Android smartphones. In comparison, this can compare to Apple’s 13% share of the smartphone market. In this way, Google’s operating system is much more popular and user-friendly than Apple’s operating system in the world.


  • More than 90% of the world’s value is digital.

You read that right; More than 90% of the world’s currency is credited to credit cards, debit cards, online transactions, and cryptocurrencies. Meanwhile, only 8% of the currency available in all countries is in physical form, i.e., paper money and coins.


  • The clock in the ads of all iPhones is set to 9:41

If you look again at the official Apple ads for the iPhone, you’ll notice that the clock is set to 9:41. This is exactly when Steve Jobs, the former CEO and founder of Apple, introduced the first iPhone in history in 2007.



  • The most-viewed YouTube video

The most-viewed YouTube video is Despacito by Luis Fonsi, and Daddy Yankee viewed more than 6.9 billion times as of September 2020. This record may change again soon, but until then, let’s trust the will of the people.


  • The QWERTY keyboard is built to slow you down.

When typewriters were first introduced, fast typing got their keys stuck. Similarly, the QWERTY keyboard pattern (the pattern now available on your computer and smartphone) invent to replace the common alphabet, spacing the alphabet letters at long distances from each other, ultimately reducing typing speed. Be. It is also interesting to note that the word Typewriter is the longest in the QWERTY pattern that you can type in just one row of keys.


  • The average computer user blinks only 7 times per minute

In fact, computer users should blink about 20 times instead of 7 a minute, which is a normal amount. This is why your eyes become drier while using the computer and behind the monitor than ever before. To prevent this, you can use the 20-20-20 rule. This means looking at distances beyond 20 meters for 20 seconds after every 20 minutes of computer activity.


  • The first television program in history aired in 1925

The first television program in history was broadcast in 1925 with a gray image in a 30-line scan line format at a frame rate of 5. The image you are staring at now is made up of several million colors and probably has a frame rate above 30. Human beings seem to have made great strides since then; Isn’t that so?


  • 35% of the Internet uses WordPress

As of 2020, more than 455 million websites have used WordPress for their content control system. WordPress is the most widely used tool in its field, accounting for 35% of its market share. It should note that the website you are currently studying, Takfars, also uses the WordPress content management system.


  • Nearly 350,000 tweets are sent every minute.

In this way, nearly 6,000 tweets are sent on Twitter every second to reach the amazing number of 350,000 tweets per minute. At a glance, you can see that nearly 500 million tweets are sent daily on this popular social network. More precisely, approximately 200 billion tweets are sent to Twitter annually; Do you have a share of these tweets?


  • Google’s name chooses at random.

Google’s name was chosen at random and was supposed to use the Google name to name it. But what does “Google,” which never became the name of the company, mean? Google means the number 1 with 100 zeros in front of it.

The founders of the company, which was initially just a search engine, were looking into the availability of the “” domain but mistyped the word “” Eventually, they liked the name even more than they had hoped and registered it on September 15, 1997. The next time you “google” something, you are actually “googling” it!



  • More than 500 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute

According to statistics published by Google, until May 2019, nearly 500 hours of video will be uploaded to YouTube every minute. This is roughly equivalent to uploading 30,000 hours of new content per hour. In this way, YouTube has one of the heaviest collections of human-collected content.


  • Google rents goats to replace lawnmowers.

Needless to say, but let us emphasize that none of the content in this article is a joke! Google occasionally rents nearly 200 goats to graze long grasses on the company’s grounds. Google claims that the cost of renting these goats is about the same as the friction of lawnmowers.


  • It took about 8 hours to take the first photo of the date

The first photograph of history, known as the “View from the Window at Le Gras” and dated between 1826 and 1827 by Nisfor Niefs, took eight hours to register due to technical limitations.

Because of this tedious time of filming, most people decided not to smile because they had to stay that way for a long time.


  • One out of every 12 million spam emails is answered

It is estimated that out of every 12.5 million spam emails sent, one responds to one. This is not really a lot because about 14 billion spam emails are sent daily. Are you one of those rare and special people?


  • A woman once cut off the internet connection between the two countries.

In 2011, a 75-year-old Georgian woman looking for copper inadvertently cut and severed a cable bound for Armenia. This seemingly simple act caused the Internet in Georgia and Armenia to be fragmented. Please pay attention to your next discoveries!


  • You are always living in the past.

Everything you are experiencing now actually happened 80 milliseconds ago.

A study by Dr. David Eagleman at Baylor Medical University shows that our consciousness in the outside world is 80 milliseconds behind real events. As a result, you read this text 80 milliseconds ago.


  • Mark Zuckerberg has red-green color blindness.

Mark Zuckerberg has a red-green color blind, which means blue is the color he sees best. This is why blue is used in the main logo of Facebook, its website, and its mobile application. The next time you talk to your friends on this social network, you can tell them an interesting truth; ‌ Of course, you are a Facebook fan, unlike most Iranian users!


  • Facebook pays $ 500 for each bug found.

If you find a security bug in your Facebook code and notify official support, the company will be happy to pay you $ 500. The highest price ever paid by Facebook was ‌ 50,000.


  • Twitter, Wikipedia, and AOL IM all crashed at 15:15 when Merck Michael Jackson.

At the same time, Google thought that millions of user searches resulted from a DDoS attack and stopped all searches related to Michael Jackson for 30 minutes. Twitter and Wikipedia both announced their crash at 15:15. AOL Instant messengers were also in this state for 40 minutes. These are the small consequences of the death of one of the greatest and most famous stars in human history.


  • Samsung was originally a grocery store.

It is not at all unlikely that you are currently using a Samsung smartphone or company laptop to access this Takfars page, but this Korean giant first started its work in 1938 as a grocery store. In the 1960s, Samsung first entered the electronics industry to mark a new milestone in the history of technology.


  • YouTube first started as a dating website.

The YouTube domain (youtube. con) was first registered and launched on February 14, 2005, exactly on Valentine’s Day, to launch a dating video website. The website was designed to take videos of themselves and upload them to YouTube while talking about their future and dream spouse. However, after it became clear that no one wanted to record such videos, YouTube changed its policies and allowed any video to be uploaded to the website.