New gadgets and technology are released on almost a daily basis. It seems like just yesterday that Sony released the PS5.

Technology advances so quickly that it often seems like things get forgotten about or buried to make way for innovation.

Here at The Fact Site, we’ll bring you the hottest facts about past, present, and future technology.

Where's Waldo - Street View

Google Street View – Where’s Waldo?

When Google Maps released Street View they announced they had dressed someone up as Waldo and told users to go find him.

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Parts of A Ship

Parts Of A Ship

The Keel is a heavily reinforced spine which runs along the bottom of the ship, through the center.

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History of Credit Card

History Of Credit Cards

AmEx was actually a shipping company for many years, providing their services to banks and other financial institutes.

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Most Common Google Searches

Most Common Google Searches 2009

Did you know that Facebook, BBC, and YouTube were among the top Google searches of 2009?

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Amazing Nintendo Facts

Amazing Nintendo Facts

Did you know that Mario has appeared in over 200 games? Luigi must be jealous!

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Xbox 360 Facts

Facts About Xbox 360

Did you know that it would take roughly 485 billion Xbox 360's laid end-to-end in order to build a bridge to the sun?

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Beautiful Hot Air Balloons

Fascinating Facts About Hot Air Balloons

Hot air balloons were first discovered when two brothers in France realized that a fabric bag filled with hot air would rise.

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The Hubble ‘Ultra Deep Field’ in 3D

The Hubble “Ultra Deep Field” in 3D

In 1996 the Hubble Telescope pointed at a part of the sky that was seemingly dead and made one of the biggest finds of all time.

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I'm Feeling Lucky Button

Google’s I’m Feeling Lucky Button

Around one percent of all Google searches go through the "I'm Feeling Lucky" button.

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Firefox Logo in Space

The Firefox Logo In Space

A photograph of a variable star V838 Monocerotis was taken back in December 2002. It looks like the Firefox Logo.

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Facts About Keyboards

Interesting Facts About Computer Keyboards

In 1932 Professor August Dvorak attempted to make the ultimate keyboard that would be easier to use than QWERTY.

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