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    21st Century Technology

  • Napster

    Napster was a music swapping website that came out in 2000. Napster is now joined with Rhapsody. Massive campaign from music industries tried to shut it down when first launched. Recording sales declined. Music Industires blamed online music swapping.
  • Tape Hate.No more rolling film.

    Tape Hate.No more rolling film.
    DVD video disk players outsell VHS video cassette recorder/players for the first time.
  • CD Living

    CD Living
    CDs are introduced which can contain 7-10 times the amount of music multimedia content to augment the usual sound recordings.
  • IPod

    Apple Computers introduce the IPod portable music player
  • F.C.C

    "The F.C.C. approves a digital radio broadcast standard developed by iBiquity Digital Corp.,a company backed by broadcasters including ABC and Viacom."
  • ITunes

    Apple Computer comes back again with an Applicaion/website called ITunes whee you spend 99 cents to legally buy and download music onto your MP3 or CDs.
  • VHS Crash and Burn

    VHS Crash and Burn
    Wal-Mart, Target, Best Buy and Circuit City announce they will stop selling VHS Video Cassette tapes since DVD's are now the medium of choice for most consumers.
  • Congrats to Apple bringing the music to the next level

    Congrats to Apple bringing the music to the next level
    Apple Computer's online music store integrated into its iTunes software and iPod hardware, sold it's one-billionth song.
  • FB

    Facebook goes mainstream
  • Google Chrome

    Google Chrome
    Google entered the browser business by releasing Google Chrome. Goig against Firefox, Microsoft, and Safari.
  • Sixth Sense

    Sixth Sense
    "'SixthSense' is a wearable gestural interface that augments the physical world around us with digital information and lets us use natural hand gestures to interact with that information."
  • Motion sensing game play

    Motion sensing game play
    The Wii, playstation move and Kinect brings video games to a whole new level with motion sensor gameplay.
  • Samsung SUR40 for Microsoft Surface

    Samsung SUR40 for Microsoft Surface
    "Tabletop computer incorporates all the key features of the original Surface product–multi-touch experience, the ability to recognize fingers, hands and objects–and a more flexible form."
  • Ipad

    IPad and Ipad mini comes out with 4th generation.
  • XBox One

    XBox One
    Microsoft releasing groundbreaking new gaming system caled "XBox One" Right above the XBox 360.
  • Pebble Smartwatch

    Pebble Smartwatch
    "The $150 wearable gizmo acts as a satellite for your iPhone or Android handset, receiving snippets such as text-message notifications via Bluetooth and displaying them on its power-efficient E Ink display. Third-party developers can write programs to let it do everything from playing games to tracking your fitness."
  • Amazon Kindle Fire HDX

    Amazon Kindle Fire HDX
    3rd generation tablet.
  • IPhone Strikes again

    IPhone Strikes again
    IPhone 5s is released.