Mozilla Firefox’s logo is a red panda and not a fox. You might not think it makes sense with the word “fox” being in the name but a very little known fact is that the red panda’s nickname is “firefox.”
The first ever computer virus was called, “Creeper”Creeper was the first-ever computer virus developed. It was created as an experiment to see how it could spread between computers and displayed a message, “I’m the Creeper, catch me if you can!”
Google was originally supposed to be named Googol which is the mathematical term for the number one followed by 100 zeroes (so like the term “million,” etc.) but it was misspelt and they ended up just sticking with Google.
The first webpage went live on 6 August 1991 running on a NeXT computer at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research. It was made by Tim Berners-Lee and it is still online today. you can Check it out.
Nokia used to sell toilet paperApart from mobile phones they also manufactured other items like toilet paper, tires, computers, cables, rubber boots and televisions. Nokia started as a single paper mill operation in 1865, believe it or not!