They go back further than you might think, television remote controls. They’ve been around almost as long as we’ve had moving pictures in our homes. After all, no-one ever really enjoyed getting up and down from the sofa to change the channel.
Forget your LCDs and plasma screens: the device that made television the universally popular medium it is today was the cathode ray tube.
Kellogg’s has announced it is discontinuing one of its breakfast cereals from January 2018. Bye bye, Ricicles!
Just another obsolete audio format? Or was the 8-track stereo cartridge part of the conspiracy to make us keep buying our music in different media over and over again?
Concorde was a supersonic British-French project in the sky, flown by Air France and British Airways. The plane flew at twice the speed of sound.
In the United Kingdom, until 1982, there was only one place you could go to if you wanted a telephone in your house: The General Post Office.
See that December 2017 edition of Glamour magazine that’s currently on your local retailer’s shelves? It’s the last monthly issue you’ll ever see in the UK.