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1. Apps

1.1. 1994

1.1.1. IBM’s Simon, the first ever smartphone launched. There was no App Store.

1.1.2. The apps weren´t called like that but 'features'.

1.1.3. Java games appeared and for this the mobile Nokia is most known.

1.2. 2002

1.2.1. RIM lifted the game of smartphones and mobile apps.

1.2.2. BlackBerry 5810 integrated with the innovative concept of wireless email.

1.3. 2007

1.3.1. Apple released its first iPhone, it came with apps like Maps, Photos, Text, Weather.

1.3.2. Facebook was of the first apps to be available on the app store.

1.3.3. Things began development as a task management tool for the Mac, but ended up hitting 1.0 status on iOS first.

1.4. 2008

1.4.1. In July 2008 the Apple’s App Store went live. On launch day the marketplace featured 500 apps.

1.4.2. The App Store was well-stocked with task management apps like Evernote, Omni Focus, etc.

1.5. 2009

1.5.1. Facebook 3.0 was first previewed in July in this year.

1.6. 2010

1.6.1. In this year, the tech slang ‘app’ was voted the 2010 ‘Word of the Year’ by the American Dialect Society.

1.7. 2011

1.7.1. Facebook 4.0 was an early adopter of the “hamburger menu” for navigation.

1.8. 2012

1.8.1. Google launched Google Play. It rebranded Android Market, Google Music, Google Books, etc.

1.8.2. The first major visual refresh came in August in this year whe Thins 2.0 released.

1.9. 2013

1.9.1. Facebook experimented with “Chat Heads” in the iOS app, moveable profile photos that expanded into chat windows when tapped on.

1.10. 2016

1.10.1. Apple released the Apple TV Remote app for the 4th-generation Apple TV.

1.10.2. Techcrunch predicted that in this year, 44 billion apps will have been downloaded and ‘app-to-person messaging should overtake text messaging.’

1.11. With 2 billion downloads in the four years, Angry Birds game is a household name.

1.12. Snapchat, Vine, and Instagram started receiving more downloads than Facebook.

1.13. There are apps for home systems, to control temperature, control the lights, manage security etc.

1.14. Tech entrepreneurs are the most influential people in the world today.

2. Web

2.1. 1993

2.1.1. Mosaic v.01 released in March. Mosaic v.1 released in April. Mosaic v.2 released in December.

2.2. 1994

2.2.1. Netscape v.0,9 released in October. Netscape v.1 released in December.

2.3. 1995

2.3.1. Netscape v.1,1 released in March. Netscape v.1,22 released in August.

2.3.2. Opera v.1 released in April.

2.3.3. Internet Explorer v.1 released on august 16.

2.4. 1996

2.4.1. Mosaic v.2,1 released in January.

2.4.2. Netscape v.2 released in March. Netscape v.3 released in August.

2.5. 1997

2.5.1. Mosaic v.3 released in January.

2.5.2. Netscape v.4 released in June.

2.6. 1998

2.6.1. Netscape v.5 released in October.

2.7. 2000

2.7.1. Netscape v.6 released in November.

2.8. 2001

2.8.1. Netscape v.6.1 released in August. Netscape v.6,2 released in October.

2.9. 2002

2.9.1. Netscape v.7 released in August.

2.10. 2003

2.10.1. Netscape v.7,1 released in June.

2.10.2. Safari v.1 released on june 23.

2.11. 2004

2.11.1. Netscape v.7,2 released in August.

2.11.2. Firefox v.1 released on november 9.

2.12. 2005

2.12.1. Netscape v.8 released in May.

2.13. 2006

2.13.1. Netscape v.8,1 released in January.

2.14. 2007

2.14.1. Netscape v.9 released in October.

2.15. 2008

2.15.1. Chrome v.1 released on december 11.

2.16. 2011

2.16.1. Internet Explorer v.9 released on march 14.

2.16.2. Safari v.5,1 released on july 20.

2.17. 2012

2.17.1. Opera v.12 released in June.

2.17.2. Firefox v.13 released on June.

2.17.3. Chrome v.20 released on June.

2.18. Adobe Flash is a deprecated multimedia software platform used for production of animations, rich Internet applications, desktop applications, mobile applications, mobile games and embedded web browser video players.

2.19. Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is the standard markup language for documents designed to be displayed in a web browser. It can be assisted by technologies such as Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and scripting languages such as JavaScript.

2.20. Web browsers receive HTML documents from a web server or from local storage and render the documents into multimedia web pages.