Here are things of the recent past, some of which are still relevant now,
while others may have remained forever in the past.
On August 30, 1963, Philips presented the world's first compact cassette at the Berlin Radio Exhibition
the era of audio cassettes from the early 1970s to the late 1990s
The era of 16-bit consoles is the fourth generation of gaming systems, began on October 30, 1987
with the Japanese release of the NEC PC Engine
With the appearance of the first representatives of the next generation of consoles in 1993,
the consoles of the fourth generation gradually began to fade into the background.
1971 - IBM introduced the first 8-inch floppy disk
Floppy disks were widespread from the 1970s to the late 1990s
In 1973, the first prototype of a portable cell phone was released - Motorola
era of push-button mobile phones 1980-2010
The first Game Boy was released back in 1989
It was the first popular portable gaming system
Tamagotchi appeared on November 23, 1996.
It was originally a game for Nintendo's Game Boy handheld console.
On June 17, 1970, Edwin Land patented his landmark camera, the first fully automated Polaroid SX-70.
The world's first pager was released by Motorola in 1956.