Timeline small square

Technology in the 2000's

Timeline created by BS3138
Event Date: Event Title: Event Description:
Timeline small square Playstation 2 The Playstation 2 is called the PS2. The PS2 is the best selling gaming console of all time. In 2009, new games were still being made for it.
Timeline small square iTunes Itunes is for playing and downloading music. It manages the content on iPods, iPhones, and iPads. If you connect it to the iTunes Store, you can but music, music videos, TV shows (you can also rent), iPod games, audiobooks, podcasts, movies (you can also rent), and ringtones.
Timeline small square Wikipedia Wikipedia was created by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger. Anyone can write anything on it. It can be in over 272 languages.
Timeline small square Microsoft Windows XP Microsoft Windows XP allowed automatic upgrades on the internet. It could have many different languages. You could also change the look of it.
Timeline small square iPod The first iPod classic was created. It was made by Apple. It's battery could last up to ten hours.
Timeline small square Xbox The Xbox was made by Microsoft. It had Xbox live mode, which allowed players to play online. It stopped being made in 2005.
Timeline small square Nintendo Gamecube The Nintendo Gamecube was the successor to the Nintendo 64 and was right before the Wii. It was the fourth Nintendo gaming console. It was the first gaming console to use mini discs for the games.
Timeline small square Safari Safari is a web browser made by Apple. It is the fourth most used web browser after Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Google Chrome. A version of it is made for Windows.
Timeline small square Blue Ray It is called a Blue Ray because a blue laser reads the disc. It is against the DVD player. There is about 3,500 movies made in Blue Ray.
Timeline small square DVR The DVR that can be hooked to a TV is released. It was controlled by one remote instead of two. Some had bluetooth, so you could watch the things that you had on your phone.
Timeline small square Facebook Facebook is a social networking site that has more than 800 million active users. It was created by Mark Zuckerburg and his college roommates. It has been banned in many countries because they say that it is anti-Islamic.
Timeline small square Firefox Firefox is a web browser. It is the second most used web browser in the world. It can be in 83 countries and has 74 languages.
Timeline small square Youtube was Made Youtube was created by some friends that used to work for PayPal. The whole Youtube company is based in California. Youtube was bought by Google in 2009 for over a billion dollars.
Timeline small square Playstation Portable It is a handheld game console. It can connect to the Playstation 2, Playstation 3, other PSP's, and the Internet. It will be succeeded by the Playstation Vita in 2012.
Timeline small square Xbox 360 The Xbox 360 was the follow up of the original Xbox. It has Xbox live, which allows you to play online with other people. It has been upgraded for better menu use.
Timeline small square Twitter Twitter is a social networking site that allows people to blog and follow other people. You can send little messages to others called tweets. It is in the top ten most visited websites.
Timeline small square Playstation 3 It was the successor of the Playstation 2. You can play Blue Ray discs on it, and you can play with other players. It is also called the PS3,
Timeline small square Nintendo Wii The Wii was created. It had a wireless controller that can distinguish movement. It can play Gaecube games and have Gamecube controllers connect to it.
Timeline small square iPhone The iPhone was released by Apple, It can go on the internet, play music, take videos, and much more. The development began in 2005.
Timeline small square Kindle The Kindle is an ebook reader that you use on wireless connestions to buy books. There are also touch screen Kindles. You can access the internet on the Kindle also.
Timeline small square Smart Board The Smart Board was released. The Smart Board 800 allows two people to touch it at once. The Smart Board will allow every program on it if the program is on the host computer.