Tea is the favorite morning drink for many people around the world to let them start their day! Do you even think who invented tea, how it was invented and where? Well, the story behind it is not clear but it’s interesting though! As per records available, it is likely that tea was discovered in… Continue reading The Little Known Story Behind Tea!
We are talking about “The Greatest Shooter of all time & The Man With The Only Hand” i.e. Károly Takács! Károly was in army & was also a world-class pistol shooter. He wanted to win Olympic medal in shooting & was working hard with expectation to win in 1940 Olympics. In 1938 (while preparing for Olympics), in… Continue reading Most Inspiring Man Of The Planet: Károly Takács!
Have you heard of the term “Googol“? Probably no, right? But you must have heard of “Google“! Well, “Googol” denotes the number 1 followed by 100 zeros i.e. 10100). It will be like 10000000….. (count up to 100 zeros! Also, have a look at this post image). That’s a large number! Well, Larry Page &… Continue reading The Story Behind ‘Google’ Name You Need To Know!
iMac, iPhone, iPad, iPod, iWatch, iLife, iCloud, iOS, iWork and the list of Apple’s “i-Products & Services” goes on! Well, we all know the meaning of words here after “i” but what does “i” mean here? Let’s explore! Well before 1998, it was hard to connect your electronic devices to internet and to solve this… Continue reading What Does ‘i’ Stand For In Apple Products & Services?
You must have used an Apple product except if you are living under mountain rock! Are you curious about how “Apple” was named “Apple”? Well, way back in 1976, when Steve & Wozniak decided to start a company to do the computer business, they absolutely needed a business name. Coming back from Apple (fruit!) farm… Continue reading How ‘Apple’ was named ‘Apple’?
“Daniel Browning Smith” also known as “The Rubberboy” is the most flexible person on the earth. He started contortion (i.e. twisting and bending body into strange and unnatural positions) at the age of four & used to perform on streets to grab people’s attention with a dream of becoming the best contortionists. Now he holds seven Guinness World… Continue reading ‘The Rubberboy’ – Most Flexible Person In The World!
We are talking about “AI Herpin” here, an American who was (in fact “is”) known as “Man Who Never Slept”. Herpin lived for 94 years (age not verified) and never slept for even a second. Well, sleep is important for life, however, Herpin’s case was medically different. It is claimed that few days prior to Herpin’s… Continue reading The Man Who Never Slept!
If you are a parent with a little baby, this “Baby Art” app is for you. Just Install the app and keep taking photos of your baby. Using Artificial Intelligence, this app will automatically select the best photos of your child & organize them in a beautiful albums. Built with a mission to share the… Continue reading ‘Baby Art’ – App that auto create photo stories from the best baby pictures!
Zhou Qunfei – the 48 year old Chinese woman entrepreneur who is the founder of “Lens Technology” has been ranked as richest self-made billionaire women in the world with a net worth of USD 9.8 billion. After dropping out of school at the age of 16, she became a migrant worker in a Chinese Special… Continue reading How ‘Zhou Qunfei’ made herself World’s richest self-made women?
Bal Thackeray, the Founder Leader of “Shiv Sena” (translation: “Army of Shivaji”) Political Party believed that “Bombay” was a corrupted English version of “Mumbai” and an unwanted legacy of British colonial rule. He wanted to change the city’s name to “Mumbai” to pay tribute to Hindu goddess “Mumbadevi” meaning “mother” in Marathi language to strengthen Marathi identity in the Maharashtra region. In 1995, when Shiv Sena won the elections in Maharashtra, his party anounced that the city’s name has been changed to “Mumbai” and now a resident of Mumbai is called “Mumbaikar”!
Do You Know that initially Twitter logo was simply a blue sign spelling out the company name on a white background? In 2010, Twitter decided to go for a new logo that can symbolize the objectives of the company. Douglas Bowman, the designer of Twitter logo came up with a “Mountain Bluebird” logo because ‘tweets’ sounds just like a bird as these are short, speedy, quick and simple. So, Twitter Bird logo represents “tweets” – the most beloved business of Twitter! The Twitter logo was initially called “Larry Bird” in honour of a former basketball player Larry Bird. In 2012, the Twitter changed the name of its logo to just “Twitter Bird”.