The Chrysler Turbine is incredibly rare; Only 55 were produced during its test runs, 46 of which were melted into scrap.
The upside-down ketchup bottle earned its inventor Paul Brown $13 million.
In the age of smartphones, it seems odd that doctors still use pagers.
You know what's cool? A billion hours.
The Air Force Research Laboratory created a super computer made from 1760 Sony PS3s!!!
Nearly half of all living rooms globally have four or more remotes.
It's also wholly owned by 2 people only....
Domino's has finally delivered its first pizza by robot.
FAST has superior sensitivity to detect cosmic phenomena, including fast radio bursts and pulsars.
Turns out this is a scientific truth that when one rotten apple is exposed to ones that are not it will cause the fruit to ripen faster and eventually rot.
Can we go back to that?
Morton Heilig patented the Telesphere Mask, which was the first head-mounted virtual reality display.
Sony announced it has created a cassette tape that smashes a previous record for data storage. 
Initially, it was built to connect distant Japanese regions with Tokyo, the capital, to aid economic growth and development.
Windows 95, its soothing ambient startup sound, created by Brian Eno.
The world's first holographic protest took place in Spain.