Carmakers put a lot of effort into ensuring your new vehicle rolls out of their factories with a spotless paintjob.
Manufacturers only added mirrors because they did not want to invest their time, effort and money into making faster elevators.
The angled runways were longer and solved every issue the navy had with shorter airways.
The Air Force used it to process high-resolution satellite images, identify unclear objects in space and research into artificial intelligence.
The use of Xbox controllers in US Navy submarines is a recent development. Until, the navy controlled its digital periscopes with $38,000 joysticks.
NASA uses lots of VELCRO in its projects. It even added them to spacesuit helmets so that astronauts can scratch their noses while spacewalking.
In 1997, an anti-landmine NGO called APOPO stepped in with a cheaper and better solution, rats.
A few years ago, the world experienced one of the worst ransomware attacks ever seen. WannaCry as it was called, infected over 300,000 computers
Think of speed tape as the duct tape for airplanes. Like duct tape, they can fix everything
The US Army Special Operations Command uses many specialized mobile apps during top military operations.