We're not surprised. Wii Sports, which came out in 2006, appeals to players of all ages and skill levels. It's also bundled with Nintendo Wii consoles. By January 2011, more than 75 million copies were sold.
We're surprised to hear that Bill Clinton and George W. Bush didn't have regular email access. From the moment President Obama took office in 2009, he has been an avid emailer. He uses it to stay in touch with his staff and friends.
The first email sent was from Roy Tomlinson. In 1971, the engineer at computer company Bolt, Beranek and Newman in Cambridge, Mass. sent one with the message, "QWERTYUIOP," as an experiment. Did you know Tomlinson was also the guy behind using the @ symbol?
If you ever tweet at @XboxSupport, the odds aren't so bad of getting a response from the Microsoft account, which is also known as the Elite Tweet Fleet. In Between March 12 to 18 this year, the Twitter account responded to more than 5,000 questions roughly every two minutes and 42 seconds.
The first video game ever to let you sing was one from Bandai. It was the Karaoke Studio that singing enthusiasts used to have to plug into the Nintendo Famicom cartridge slot to play. It came out in 1987.
The K Computer, which is not yet finished, is the world's most powerful supercomputer operating at 8.162 petaFLOPS, or 8.162 quadrillion calculations per second - with capacity expected to reach 12 petaFLOPS in 2012.
Exidy's Death Race, which was originally called Pedestrian, has been deemed the first controversial video game. Even though it was just a simple driving game released in 1976, the player's mission was to run over gremlins amidst a time limit. At the time, people thought it would inspire reckless driving.
We can all be jealous of the folks in South Korea. According to Cisco, the region has the fastest broadband service in the world with an average download of 33.5 Mbps. The average U.S. broadband speed is 3.9 Mbps.