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Vintage Technologies We No Longer Use E-mail
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 Most of the technologies that we have used in the past have been eclipsed by the remarkable technology that we use today.

Advances in their design have occurred in tandem with the advances in technology in this digital era, with many large products being redesigned and miniaturized into amazingly small sizes.

While we may laugh at the fact that anyone ever found this technology to be cutting-edge, we can’t discount its place in history as a forerunner for all of the technology that wouldn’t exist today without its dinosaur ancestry.
Here is a quick look through history at vintage technologies that we no longer use.

1. “Super 8/8mm� Handheld Video Cameras

Kodak invented the Super 8/8mm video format in 1965. Soon after, handheld video cameras flooded the market and the living rooms of people everywhere were filled with families watching the hi-jinks at Freddie’s sixth birthday party.

 Vintage Technologies We No Longer Use

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 02 August 2011 )
China Shows Off Its Ambitious High-Speed Train E-mail
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This photo taken on June 27, 2011 shows a high-speed train preparing to leave the railway station in Beijing for a trial run to Shanghai. A top railway official tried on June 27 to ease safety concerns over the key high-speed rail link between Beijing and Shanghai, just three days ahead of the line's much-anticipated official launch

China Shows Off Its Ambitious High-Speed Train

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