The Guinness World Records is a reference book published annually that lists world records of all kinds, over the years it has moved from book to internet, to TV series and mpoe. The records catalog achievements that are heroic, unbelievable and some strange too. Here we have listed some records made in the field of technology. Read on for details
Baby Shark Dance is the first YouTube video to receive 10 billion views
Baby Shark by Pinkfong (Republic of Korea) was first uploaded in 2016 and became the most-viewed children’s music video on YouTube. According to the official website, the video had more views than the entire population on Earth by February 2021. The 10 billion views if played back to back will run for 41,095 years.
YouTube Rewind 2018 is the most disliked video on YouTube
‘YouTube Rewind 2018’ is the most disliked video on YouTube. The video had 19,124,328 dislikes before YouTube publicly decided to hide dislikes on videos.
Clockwork Aquario is a game that took the longest time to develop
Westone Bit Entertainment took 28 years and 81 days between starting the project and developing it. The project started in 1991 and the game was released on November 30, 2021.
The Computer was the first-ever ‘Time Person’ of the Year
The Computer became the first inanimate object to receive the Time Person of the Year/Machine of the Year award by Time magazine in the year 1982.
The most liked picture on Instagram is of this egg
A hen’s egg image posted by World_Record_Egg on January 4, 2019 with the caption: Let’s set a world record together and get the most liked post on Instagram. Beating the current world record held by Kylie Jenner (18 million)! We got this.
The post crossed the reality TV star, Kylie Janner in just 10 days and reached 30 million likes. The post currently has over 55 million likes.
The White Album (aka The Beatles) is the most expensive vinyl record sold at an auction
The mono copy of The Beatles White Album was sold by group member Ringo Starr for $790,000 (approximately Rs 5,92,39,730) at Julien’s auction house in Los Angeles.
Caitlyn Jenner’s Twitter account is the fastest to reach 1 million followers
Caitlyn Jenner reached 1 million followers on Twitter in just 4 hours 3 minutes on June 1, 2015. Jenner tweeted her first tweet at 12:17pm EST and the account reached 1 million followers at 4:20pm EST.
Yusaku Maezawa set the world record for most retweeted message on Twitter
The most retweeted message on Twitter was posted by Yusaku Maezawa. It has been retweeted 5,455,411 times, as verified on January 8, 2019. The Twitter user offered 1 million Yen to 100 people for following him and retweeting the post.
Les Stewart set the world record for fastest time to type one to one million
Les Stewart set the world record for typing one to one million using a typewriter. It took him from 1992 to 1998, 16 years to do that.