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2005Use of Internet in China in 2005 2005
The National Science Foundation logo
Attempting to Use an Ink-Jet Printer to Print Living Tissue. . . .
The Mitsubishi DIAMONDSTAR 90 press
In 2005, The World's Fastest Newspaper Offset Press
The Parker Library on the Web homepage
Digitizing the Matthew Parker Library Begins
The original Kosmix.com search engine homepage
The cover art for From Gutenberg to the Internet: A Sourcebook on the History of Information Technology by Jeremy Norman
"From Gutenberg to the Internet"
An image of earth using the Google Earth program
Google Earth is Launched
Richard Louv
"Last Child in the Woods" : Exploration of Nature Versus Exposure to Media in Childhood
The FBI seal
NarusInsight Supercomputer Network Monitoring Software
2005Reflections on the Transition from Hot Metal to Digital Typesetting Circa 2005The "Selfie" Social Media Phenomenon February 2005
The YouTube logo
"Broadcast Yourself" : YouTube is Founded
March 17, 2005
The European Library logo
The European Library is Launched
March 31, 2005
The PS1
Sony's Playstation and PS1 Are the First Game Console to Sell 100 Million Units
April 14, 2005
Xiao Qiang
Development and State Control of the Chinese Internet
April 23, 2005
A screen shot from the first video uploaded to YouTube
The First Video is Uploaded to YouTube
May 9, 2005 – February 7, 2011
The Huffington Post homepage
AOL Buys The Huffington Post
May 19, 2005 – April 16, 2006"Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day!," the First Commercial NeuroGame June 2005Reddit is Founded June 6, 2005
The UNESCO logo
Proposal for a World Digital Library
July 7, 2005
The Buncefield Fuel Depot fire, taken 10 minutes after the explosion
The BBC May be the First Mainsteam Industrial Medium to Adopt User-Generated Content
July 14, 2005
Beth Noveck
"Peer to Patent"
August 4 – August 8, 2005
The Wikimedia logo
Wikimania!: The First International Wikimedia Conference Takes Place
August 12, 2005
Gary Urton with some khipu
The First Intelligible Word from an Extinct South American Civilization?
August 25, 2005 – January 11, 2006
A screenshot of the Million Dollar Homepage
The Million Dollar Homepage
August 29, 2005
The LibraryThing homepage
LibraryThing is Founded
September 6, 2005A University Library Intended to Contain Very Few Physical Books September 8, 2005
The Lockheed Martin logo
Electronic Records Archives System
September 15 – September 16, 2005Second International Conference on the Preservation of Digital Objects September 30, 2005
Olaf Sporns
Connectomes: Elements of Connections Forming the Human Brain
October 2005Google Print Morphs in Two October 5, 2005
J.K. Rowling
300,000,000 Printed Copies of Harry Potter
October 5, 2005
The Armed Forces Institute of Pathology logo
The Genetic Code of Avian Flu Virus H5N1 is Deciphered
October 8, 2005
Google CEO Eric Schmidt
It Could Take 300 Years to Index All the World's Information
October 19, 2005
The Electronic Frontier Foundation logo
Decoding Printer Tracking Dots
October 25, 2005
The Open Content Alliance logo
The Open Content Alliance is Founded
November 2, 2005
Wolfgang von Kempelen
The Amazon Mechanical Turk
November 9, 2005
Mitchell Kapor
Massively Distributed Collaboration
November 11, 2005
The World Digital Library homepage
A Plan to Create a World Digital Library
December 2005
The Google Books logo
Google Books
December 2005
The exterior of the British Library
Maybe the World's Largest Physical Library
December 2005
The Heritage Preservation logo
The Heritage Health Index Report on the State of America's Collections
December 14, 2005
A cover of the journal Nature
The Wikipedia is Rated Nearly as Accurate as Encyclopedia Brittanica
December 14, 2005
The Pixar logo
Pixar at MOMA
2006Data Curation as a Profession 2006 – January 19, 2012
The Springer logo
Springer Published 50,000 eBooks
2006The National Endowment for the Humanities "Office of Digital Humanities" Begins 2006A More Efficient Way to Teach Individual Layers of Neurons for Deep Learning January 16, 2006
Gary Kremen
The Highest Price Paid for a Domain Name
January 22, 2006File-Sharing Exceeds Sales of Digital Music Downloads January 24, 2006
The Pixar version of the Disney logo, used in Pixar movies
Disney Acquires Pixar
January 26, 2006
Dirk Brockman
Using Currency Movements to Predict the Spread of Infectious Disease
January 27, 2006Western Union Discontinues Telegram Transmissions January 28, 2006
The iTunes U logo
College-Level Lectures Via Podcasts
January 31, 2006
The Electronic Frontier Foundation logo
Hepting v. AT&T
February 2006
A screenshot of the D-Lib Magazine homepage
A Research Library Based on Historical Collections of the Internet Archive
February 2006
The Canon A530, considered by many to be one of the best digital cameras available in 2006
92% of Cameras Sold are Digital
February 2, 2006
The cover of the 200th issue of Electronic Gaming Monthly
"The Greatest 200 Videogames of Their Time"
February 6 – February 10, 2006
The Department of Homeland Security seal
The "Cyber Storm" War Game
February 8, 2006
The Zillow.com logo
Zillow.com is Launched
February 9, 2006
Professor Alan Smeaton of DCU, who worked on the Google funded research project
Making Handwritten Manuscripts Searchable
February 22, 2006
Steve Jobs speaking about the one billionth iTunes download
Over One Billion iTunes Downloads
March 2006
A screenshot of the ArchiveGrid homepage
Access to Nearly One Million Archive Collection Descriptions
March 2006
The World Wide Web History Center logo
World Wide Web History Center is Founded
March 2006Studies on Digital Library Evolution March 17, 2006
Karen Calhoun
The Changing Nature of the Catalogue. . . .
April 2006
A self-portrait by Leonardo da Vinci in red chalk
Damage to Codex Atlanticus Caused by Efforts at Preservation
April 2006 – May 9, 2009
Judson Laipply
The Most Viewed Video on YouTube as of 2009
April 2006
The Espresso Book Machine
The Espresso "On Demand" Book Machine
April 3, 2006A Critical Review at the Library of Congress April 23, 2006The Biggest Music Retailer in the World: Apple's iTune Store May 14, 2006
Kevin Kelly
"The entire works of humankind, from the beginning of recorded history, in all languages" would amount to 50 petabytes of data.
June 2006
Jeff Howe
The Word Crowdsourcing is Coined
June 2006
John Chambers
Like Teleporting in Star Trek
June 20, 2006
S. Blair Hedges
The "Print Clock" Method for Dating Printing
July 1, 2006
The OCLC logo
OCLC Merges with RLG
July 13, 2006 – September 30, 2010
The Rice University Press logo
Reborn Digital: The First Fully Digital University Press: A 3 Year Experiment in the United States
July 30 – August 3, 2006Molecular Animation August 2006
The Google Apps logo, including a diagram of some of the applications offered
Google Apps are Introduced
August 9, 2006
The Myspace login page layout from 2006
100,000,000 Users Within Three Years
September 2006
The cover of Le Document a la Lumiere du Numerique
"The Document in the Digital Era" by Web-Footed
Circa September – October 2006
The Sony Reader PRS-500
The Sony Reader PRS-500 is Introduced
September 14, 2006Nature Announces Peer to Peer Review September 26, 2006
The IBM logo
Publishing Patent Filings on the Web
October 2006
The Twitter logo
Twitter: "What Are You Doing?"
October 2006
Will it Blend?: Viral Marketing
October 29, 2006
The entrance to the Royal Society of London
The Royal Society Digital Journal Archive
November 1, 2006
The Netcraft logo
More than 100,000,000 Websites
November 6, 2006
Tom Phillips, head of print operations at Google
Google's AdWords to Place Ads in Print Newspapers
November 6, 2006
Youtube co-founders Chad Hurley and Steve Chen
Google Buys YouTube
November 20, 2006
Terry T. Semel, left, the Chief of Yahoo at the time. Dean Singleton, right, the chief of MediaNews.
Newspaper Advertising in Partnership with Yahoo
November 20, 2006
The Environmental Protection Agency seal
The EPA Begins to Close its Scientific Libraries
November 26, 2006
Ailin Graef
"Anshe Chung Becomes First Virtual World Millionaire"
November 30, 2006
Stephen Johnson
Demanding that the U.S. EPA Desist from Destroying its Libraries
Circa December 2006U.S. Publishers Sell 3.1 Billion Books December 2006
Julian Assange
"An Uncensorable System for Mass Document Leaking"
December 5, 2006
The Reuters logo
Yahoo and Reuters Found "YouWitnessNews"
December 16, 2006
The cover of Time Magazine when the magazine named
Journalistic Acknowledgment of the Significance of Social Networking on the Internet
December 31, 2006
Julian Assange
Wikileaks Manifesto
The cover art of Preserving Digital Information by Henry M. Gladney
A Printed Book on Preserving Digital Information
The Universal Digital Library announces that it surpassed its original goal of one million books
The Universal Digital Library has Scanned over 1,000,000 Books
The Gutenberg Bible
More than 4.7 Billion Bibles Were Been Printed Between 1455 and 2007
2007No More than 10,000,000 Unique Editions before 1900 2007
The Book Industry Study Group logo
Sales of Books in America in 2007
Robert Darnton
976,000 New Book Titles Published in 2007
David Ferrucci
IBM Begins Development of Watson, the First Cognitive Computer
2007The Robot Operating System ROS January 2007Goodreads is Founded January 1, 2007
Post- och Inrikes Tidningarno.15, 9 April 1645
The Oldest Continuously Published Newspaper Moves to the Web
January 4, 2007
The Deskstar 7k1000, the first 1-terabyte hard disk drive sold by Hitachi Global Storage Technologies
The First One Terabyte Hard Disk Drive
February 2007
Kevin Kelly
Information is Expanding 10X Faster than Any Product on this Planet
February 2007
The February 2007 issue of Wired
Is the Universe Made of Information?
February 2007
The Pew Internet and American Life Project logo
In 2007 There Were 12,000,000 U.S. Blogs
February 11, 2007
Barack Obama, the 44th president of the United States
February 27, 2007
The Keio University crest
Data-Storing Bacteria Could Last Thousands of Years
March 2007
Blaise Agüera y Arcas
Photosynth Demonstrated
March 10, 2007
Bookshelves inside the Library of Congress
It Could Take 1800 Years to Convert the Paper Records . . . .
April 29, 2007
Jonathan Shaeffer with a checkers board after
Checkers is "Solved"
May 25, 2007 – May 12, 2008
Google Street View image of St Johns Street in Manchester UK showing 8 different possible views
Google Introduces Street View in Google Maps
May 30, 2007
Carl Bildt
The First Embassy of a Real Country in a Virtual World
May 31, 2007
James D. Watson
Watson's Genome is Sequenced
June 29, 2007
The iPhone 3G
Steve Jobs Introduces the iPhone
July 2007
A virtual classroom in Second Life where players can learn new languages, among other studies
Second Life is Used for Teaching Foreign Languages
July 23 – November 28, 2007The CNN/ YouTube Presidential Debates: The First Internet to Television Debate Partnership August 2007
Arun Kumar
The World Wide Telecom Web for Illiterate Populations
September 2007
A player's avatar stands infront of the virtual campus of Coventry University in Second Life
The First Healthcare Course Taught in Second Life
September 11, 2007 – June 6, 2013
A BoundlessInformant global heat map of data collection. The color scheme ranges from green (areas least subjected to surveillance) through yellow and orange to red (areas most subjected to surveilance).
The PRISM Surveillance Program
September 27, 2007
The National Archives in London
DROID, an Archives Analysis and Identification Tool
November 2007
A cover of Watchtower
28,578,000 Copies Printed Semi-Monthly
November 2007
Jeff W. Lichtman
Brainbow: A Colorful Technique to Visualize Brain Circuitry
November 5, 2007 – 2008
Anthony Grafton
Anthony Grafton's "Codex in Crisis"
November 19, 2007
The Amazon logo
The Amazon Kindle is Introduced
November 19, 2007Kindle Direct Publishing Introduced 2008Drama in the Context of a Telephone Exchange (1928) 2008The Bayerische Staatsbibliothek in "Second Life" 2008ImageNet, an Image Database and Ontology 2008The SyNAPSE Neuromorphic Machine Technology Project Begins 2008 – 2013Using Remote Presence Telemedicine Robots in Medicine 2008 – November 18, 2013The First Virtual Currency Has a Real Value of 7 Billion Dollars February 19, 2008The World's Oldest Oil Paintings Restored After Taliban Dynamite March 2008Game-Based Learning for Virtual Patients March 3, 2008Statistical Analysis Correctly Forecasts the Election of Obama March 10 – March 14, 2008Cyber Storm II May 2008About 200 Million People in the U.S. Have Broadband Connections June 2008Encyclopedia Brittanica Will Include Wiki-Style Collaboration June 28, 2008The Effect of Decay Fungi on Wood Used in the Production of Violins June 30, 200821.9% of the World's People Use the Internet July 2008Over One Trillion Unique URLs Indexed July 10, 2008Opening of the iTunes App Store: the First App Distribution Service July 27, 2008Toward a World Digital Mathematics Library July 29, 2008Sirus XM Satellite Radio is Formed August 5, 2008 – March 26, 2010"Computer Criminal Number One" September 2008181,277,835 Active Websites September 2008Craiglist Becomes the Leading Classified Advertising Service Worldwide September 23, 2008The First Android Phone is Introduced September 30, 2008Viewing the Illustrations of a Journal Article in Three Dimensions October 2008 – March 2012The Largest Atlas Ever Published as a Printed Book October 2008 – March 2012Creation of the HathiTrust Digital Library October 20, 2008The Obama-Biden Campaign Launches Facebook Connect Integration on My.BarackObama.com October 24, 2008Old Wine in New Bottles? October 27, 2008An Encyclopedia with More than Ten Million Articles October 28, 2008The First National Newspaper to Shift From a Daily Print Format to an Online Publication October 28, 2008Authors, Publishers and Google Reach "Landmark Settlement" October 30, 2008Raphael's Madonna of the Goldfinch Restored 450 Years after it was Nearly Destroyed November 4, 2008An Election Reported Interactively in Real Time November 4, 2008CNN Introduces "Hologram-Like" Images in Coverage of the 2008 Presidential Election November 5, 2008Change.gov is Founded November 5, 2008Year After Year People Will Share Twice as Much Information November 6, 2008Discovery of a Set of Mutations that Might Have Caused a Cancer November 11, 2008Analysis of Web Search Queries Track the Spread of Flu Faster than Traditional Surveillance Methods November 13, 2008First Images of Extra-Solar Planets Taken from the Visible Spectrum: Planets Located 130 Light-Years from Earth November 18, 2008
Cover of Tango with Cows, Vasily Kamensky.  Please click on image to view larger image.
"Tango with Cows" : A Virtual Exhibition
November 19, 2008PC Magazine Becomes an Online-Only Publication November 20, 2008Europeana, the European Digital Library, Museum and Archive is Launched November 21, 2008"From Book Fluency to Screen Fluency, from Literacy to Visuality" November 25, 2008Downloads Trump CDs December 2, 2008Over 5,000,000 Articles Posted on the HighWire Press e-Publishing Platform. December 2, 2008Probably the Most Expensive Single Volume Printed Edition Ever Published December 8, 2008"Securing Cyberspace for the 44th Presidency" December 8, 2008Pulitzer Prizes Will be Awarded for Online Journalism December 15, 2008The First Reported Case of ZZZ-Mailing 2009"The Future of Learning Institutions in a Digital Age" 2009"Readability" is Launched 2009U.S. Households Received and Sent 176 Billion Pieces of Physical Mail in 2009 2009 Р2010The First iPhone and iPad Apps for the Visually Impaired Circa 2009 Р2013Social TV Begins: Rebuilding TV Audiences Through Social Networks January 6, 2009Apple Eliminates Anticopying Restrictions from iTunes January 14, 2009In 2008 China Becomes the Top User of the Internet January 28, 2009The BBC Intends to Place 200,000 Oil Paintings on the Internet February 2009BitTorrent was Responsible for 27-55% of All Internet Traffic February 2, 2009Google Earth Incorporates Historical Imagery February 12, 2009"Google and the Future of Books" February 28, 2009Discovery of a Previously Unknown Self- Portrait of Leonardo March 3, 2009The Largest Municipal Archive in Germany Collapses During Underground Construction March 11, 2009A Higher Resolution Map of Knowledge Than Can be Produced from Citation Analysis March 17, 2009The Largest U.S. Newspaper to Become an Internet-Only News Source April 1, 2009"Computers vs. Brains" April 3, 2009Using Automation to Find "Fundamental Laws of Nature" April 3, 2009Robot Scientist becomes the First Machine to Discover New Scientific Knowledge April 7, 2009Australia to Build National Fiber Optic 100 Megabit Network April 15, 2009The First Collaborative Online Orchestra April 21, 2009The World Digital Library Launches April 22, 2009The TV Show "Jeopardy" Provides a Good Model of the Semantic Analysis and Integration Problem April 27, 2009IBM's Watson Question Answering System Challenges Humans at "Jeopardy" April 28, 2009Kickstarter.com is Launched April 30, 2009Using YouTube Videos to Study the Origins of Music in Societies May 3, 2009Using Air Traffic and Currency Tracking Data in Epidemiology May 5, 2009Increasing Sales of Digital Books (eBooks) May 6, 2009Larger Version of the Amazon Kindle Introduced May 16, 2009Wolfram/Alpha is Launched May 19, 2009"Green Dam Youth Escort" May 21, 2009Changing the Advertising Model for General News Reporting May 31, 2009Google Will Sell eBooks June 1, 2009The WARC Format as an International File Preservation Standard June 1, 2009The First Magazine Cover Created as iPhone Art June 4, 2009Costs of Managed Archiving versus Passive Archiving of Data June 9, 2009"Revenue at Craigslist is Said to Top $100,000,000" as Classified Advertising in Newspapers Declines June 12, 2009The U.S. Converts from Analog to Digital TV Broadcasting June 13, 2009Piracy of Internet Filtering Software? June 14, 2009Employment in the Field of Simulation June 23, 2009"The Web Pries Lid off Iranian Censorship" June 25, 2009The Death of Michael Jackson Impacts the Internet July 2009The Human Connectome Project July 6, 2009Virtual Reunification of the Codex Sinaiticus July 16, 2009Amazon Sends Orwell eBooks Down the "Memory Hole" July 22, 2009USA Today Adds eBook Sales to its Bestsellers List August 2009The Overlap of Innovation and Tradition in the 15th Century Media Revolution August 9, 2009"What's a Big City Without a Newspaper?" August 10, 2009The Cost of DeCoding a Human Genome Drops to $50,000 August 25, 2009Displaying Crowdsourced Road Congestion Data on Google Maps August 28, 2009Imaging a Molecule One Million Times Smaller Than a Grain of Sand September 2009Confirmation that Fungally-Treated Wood Enables Great Violin Sound September 1, 2009The First College Journalism Course Focused on Twitter September 2, 2009An Algorithm to Decipher Ancient Texts September 14, 2009Darnton's Case for Books: Past, Present and Future September 17, 2009'Material Degradomics" or, The Sniff Test for a Book's Physical State September 30, 20091.7 Billion Internet Users October 2009The First Historical Thesaurus in Any Language October 3, 2009Google CEO Eric Schmidt On Newspapers & Journalism October 7, 2009eBook Sales Represent 1.6% of Book Sales October 9, 2009" A Library to Last Forever" ?? October 13, 2009Discovery of Unknown Portrait by Leonardo Confirmed by a Fingerprint October 13, 2009The Finest Roman Cameo Glass Vase Discovered October 19, 2009The Largest Study of Global Internet Traffic Since the Beginning of the Commercial Internet October 19, 2009Google Represents 6% of All Internet Traffic October 22, 2009David Hockney's iPhone Art October 30, 2009ICANN Will Allow Web Addresses in Non-Latin Alphabets November 13, 2009A "Significant Amount" of Water is Discovered on the Moon November 26 РNovember 26, 2009U.S. National Text Pager Intercepts from 9/11 Are Released December 2009Convergence of Media: Packaging Blu-ray Discs in Books December 2009 РJanuary 12, 2010Google's Computers in China Come Under Attack, Initiating a Review of the Company's Operations in China December 2009Google Announces Real-Time Search: "News at it Happens" December 8, 2009The Google Living Stories Project Begins December 8, 2009Google Introduces Google Goggles December 10, 2009The Film "Avatar" and Visions of Reality, Virtual and Otherwise December 17, 2009A French Alternative to Google Books is Formed December 23, 2009The Amazon Kindle is Hacked; eBook Digital Rights Management Cracked December 27, 2009eBooks Begin to Outsell Physical Books; 1.49 Million Kindles Sold? 2010"Atlas of Science: Visualizing What We Know" 2010"Cartographies of Time: A History of the Timeline" January 2010Biological Journals to Require Data-Archiving January 2010"The Never-Ending Language Learning System" January 4, 2010"Whatever Happened to Second Life?" January 9, 2010"The World's First Full-Size Robotic Girlfriend" January 13, 2010After the Earthquake in Haiti, Donating by SMS Text January 14, 2010World Texting Competition is Won by Koreans January 15, 2010Exploit Code for Attacks on Google Released on the Internet January 27, 2010Steve Jobs Introduces the iPad, the First Widely Sold Tablet Computer February 2010"Assessing the Future Landscape of Scholarly Communication. . . " February 2010Libert̩ ou la Mort: Julia Gaffield Discovers Haiti's Declaration of Independence February 1, 2010Social Media Interviews the President February 22, 2010Modifiable eBook Editions of Textbooks February 22, 2010The First Superman Comic Book sells for $1,000,000. March 2010The Sociology of Wikipedians March 2 РMarch 6, 2010The First Brain-Computer Interface Product Offered for Sale March 22, 2010Google Pulls its Search Engine Out of Mainland China March 24, 2010The Vatican Library Plans the Scanning of all its Manuscripts into the FITS Document Format March 29, 2010The Holy Grail of Holy Grails, Comicbook-wise April 5, 2010Probably the First Fully Visually Satisfying Interactive eBook April 7, 2010U.S. Book Sales in 2009: $23.9 Billion April 12, 2010The First Pulitizer Prizes for Internet Journalism April 14, 2010Google Announces "Replay" for Twitter April 14, 2010The Library of Congress Will Preserve All "Tweets" April 20, 2010"The Data-Driven Life" April 27 РJune 10, 2010Google Acknowledges that it Collected Wi-Fi Information Along with Cartographic and Imaging Information April 30, 2010Using the Twitter Archive for Historical Research May 6, 2010General Statistics on the U.S. Book Publishing Industry May 6, 2010Google Introduces a Translation Feature for Google Goggles May 6, 2010The First Internet Addresses in Non-Latin Characters May 12 РAugust 22, 2010The Most Successful Art Forger Ever May 13, 2010Cell Phones Are Now Used More for Data than Speech June 2010Social Networking Added to Reading Electronic Books June 2010The First Malware to Spy on and Subvert Industrial Systems June 2, 2010Social Networks Take a Machiavellian Approach to Privacy July 2010Flipboard, "Your Personalized, Social Magazine" July 2010 РJune 2011Spam Declines from 90% of Email Traffic to Only 72.9% July 5, 2010"The First Image of the Entire Universe" July 8, 2010Stanford's New Engineering Library Houses Few Physical Books July 19, 2010For the First Time E-books Outsell Digital Books on Amazon.com July 26, 2010The First Traditional Humanities Journal to Try "Open" Peer Review July 29, 2010Wikileaks Installs an "Insurance File" August 1, 2010Data on Mobile Networks is Doubling Each Year August 4, 2010"Every Two Days We Create as Much Information as We Did up to 2003" August 5, 2010Google Calculates That There are "129,864,880" Different Books in the World August 5, 2010The 2010 Social Networking "World Map" September 8, 2010Google Introduces "Google Instant" September 8, 2010eBook Edition Released Prior to Hardcover Edition September 15, 2010The First Recording of Ancient Asian Melodies September 19, 2010Possibly the First Academic Library with No Physical Books October 2010NCBI Introduces Images, a Database of More than 2.5 Million Images in Biomedical Literature October 2010 РDecember 17, 2012Instagram is Founded October 1, 2010"The Social Network": The Origins of Facebook October 14, 2010 РApril 2013Google Books Scanned More than 15 Million Books in 6 Years and More than 30 Million in 9 Years October 15, 2010The First Fragment of Contemporary Classical Music Composed by a Computer in its Own Style October 19, 2010Columbia University Opens the Tow Center for Digital Journalism October 27, 2010Paperbecause.com Makes the Case for Using Paper October 29, 20103G Wireless Telephony in Mt. Everest Region of Nepal November 20108,900,000 Robots are Operating World Wide November 2010 РJune 2012The First MRI Video of Childbirth November 4, 2010Kinect for Xbox is Introduced November 9, 2010Towards a New Digital Legal Information Environment November 23, 2010 РOctober 22, 2014Apple 1 Computers Sell for $210,000 in 2010, for $671,400 in 2013, for $905,000 and $365,000 in 2014 November 23, 2010 РSeptember 1, 2011$1,300,000,000 Verdict in Software Copyright Infringement Suit Partially Vacated November 28 РDecember 8, 2010The Wikileaks U. S. Diplomatic Cables Leak November 30, 2010Google Earth 6: Enhanced 3D, 3D Trees, Enhanced Historical Imagery December 2010Introduction of the Google Ngram Viewer December 2, 2010The Google Earth Engine December 3, 2010Of the Seventy Online Databases that "Define Our Planet", Many are Known Only to Specialists December 6, 2010The Google eBookstore Opens December 8, 2010The Website of MasterCard is Hacked by Wikileaks Supporters December 9, 2010Bestsellers on eBook Readers: Romance Novels December 11, 2010U.S. E-Book Sales are Predicted to Reach $1,000,000,000 in 2010 December 13, 2010The Digital Public Library of America December 16, 2010The Cultural Observatory at Harvard Introduces Culturomics December 16, 20103D Maps for Android Mobil Devices December 16, 2010An Interactive Pop-Up Children's Book App for the iPhone & iPad December 23, 2010eBooks Represent 9-10% of Trade-Book Sales December 27, 2010Founder of Wikileaks to Publish his Autobiography December 29, 2010Facebook is the Most Searched for and Most Visited Website in America