Top 10 Successful Inventions That Went Up And Died
Before TVs like the TiVo came along, it was not easy to record live television.
Google Glass released to a stream of media attention and buzz in 2012.
Myspace was as popular as Facebook and Google are now, and it was a lucrative company.
Pebble became the most funded crowdfunding project of all time when its creators raised $10 million on Kickstarter.
In 1995, Nintendo released its strangest, most uncomfortable, and most inelegant product of all time in the Virtual Boy.
5.Nintendo Virtual Boy
It was founded in 1999 and quickly became the largest source for peer-to-peer file sharing on the Internet.
MapQuest went online in 1996, and it offered free mapping services to its customers. People could go to the website, enter their destination.
The first PalmPilot Personal Digital Assistant was released in 1996. Customers were struck by its innovative features.
Betamax has been for a while it was used to refer to one of the most innovative and important media technologies ever invented since the television.
The Segway quickly became a mode of pop culture after its first usage in a legendary South Park episode. It has been featured in many other media as well.