A DVD, or digital video disc, is an optical disc that is typically used to store movies. DVD’s were first invented in 1995 and are not just used to store movies.
Most modern commercial and private aircraft which you see in the skies today are powered by jet engines. These unique engines require special jet fuel.
You’ve heard the old expression it weighs “as light as a feather”.
In case you didn’t know, Funko is a company which manufactures various pop culture figures.
Sitting around and relaxing on the couch is enjoyable for most anyone. However, when it comes time to move that same couch, it can be a different story.
The Microsoft Xbox One is a hugely popular game console released in 2013. Upon its global release, it was the first time an Xbox was released in China.
Paper is an essential part of our daily life and one of those inventions that will likely never go away.
A MacBook Air is an ultra-lightweight portable laptop or notebook made by Apple.
Up until 2007, there were over 200 billion sales of CDs.
The iPhone, which is made by Apple, is one of the most successful and popular smartphones available. It is also one of the most advanced and expensive devices on the market today.
Pallets have transformed the way a wide range of products are stored, protected, and transported.
For hockey players and fans, the Stanley Cup is the holy grail. Every year a new champion is crowned and the winning team gets their names engraved and is allowed to keep the trophy for the summer.
Since the 1800’s, railroad ties have been used in helping to secure over 200,000 miles of track in the United States.
The trumpet is one of the most iconic and versatile instruments in the world.
Horseshoes have been played for centuries and remain a very popular game to this day.
Sand is one of the most abundant materials on earth.
Gravel is used for a wide range of purposes, from roads to driveways and more.
A stone is a commonly-used unit of weight.
The violin is one of the most recognizable and most played instruments in the world.
As the little brother to the forklift, a pallet jack moves pallets of heavy materials around the warehouse.