We will be discussed facts related to technology. ISRO ready to make history, you know these Interesting Facts about ISRO? Indian Space Research Organization is ready to make history on 15 February 2017. A record of 104 satellites will be launched simultaneously by ISRO from Sri Harikota Space Center in Andhra Pradesh. On this occasion, let us know some special things related to ISRO.
There is a simple reason for Facebook being painted blue. The colorblind of its founder Mark Zuckerberg. They do not know the difference between green and red. Every user has been given the facility to block, but the thing to note is that you can not block Mark Zuckerberg from Facebook even if you want. If you try to do this, then an error message will appear from Facebook due to the privacy settings.
Dr. K. Sivan had said that India will launch its most prestigious mission Chandrayaan-2 on July 15, 2019, at 2:51 am. ISRO has completed all the preparations for launch. India’s most powerful rocket GSLV MK-3 will be used in this mission.
Smartphone has become the first need of everyone in today’s era. There was a time when phone calls were great to people but today’s time is that everyone wants to get a better smartphone. There is no doubt that the Smartphone has changed our lives.
If a computer was like a human brain, then the computer could calculate 38 thousand trillion in a second and hold 3580 Terabyte Memory. Did you know that the world’s first Web browser came in 1933, which was named Mosaic and this browser was quite popular at that time? You will not believe it, but it is true that the 15-year-old child had hacked the largest Space Organization NASA website, due to which NASA’s work ceased for 21 days.
Youtube is a thing that will be the TV exactly as the TV has dumped the radio. The only difference is that on TV we used to see those who were shown. You should also post our post because we are going to give you some interesting information on YouTube.
The Internet started in the world on October 29, 1969, at 10:30 pm .. When a programmer from the ULCA Charlie Klein sent two words “I” and “O” electronically in Menlo Park, California, 350 kilometers away, after which the whole system Closed but the internet started. It was named ARPANet After this, Vin Kerf and Robert E. Kahn together on January 1, 1983, invented TCP / IP protocols and the ARPANet was migrated to TCP / IP.