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Tech & Science Can you identify which generation these gadgets belong to?

04:58  17 june  2019
04:58  17 june  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Before you begin, these are the birth years for each generation in the following questions:

Can you identify which generation these gadgets belong to? © ShutterStock

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Baby Boomers: 1946-64

Gen X: 1965-80

Gen Y: 1981-96

Gen Z: 1997-ongoing

Compact disc player

Can you identify which generation these gadgets belong to? © SSPL/Getty Images

Baby boomers

Gen X

Gen Y

Gen Z

iPod

Can you identify which generation these gadgets belong to? © Kim Kulish/Corbis via Getty Images

Baby boomers

Gen X

Gen Y

Gen Z

Pocket calculator

Can you identify which generation these gadgets belong to? © SSPL/Getty Images

Baby boomers

Gen X

Gen Y

Gen Z

Polaroid Swinger

Can you identify which generation these gadgets belong to? © SSPL/Getty Image

Baby boomers

Gen X

Gen Y

Gen Z

Handheld cellular phone

Can you identify which generation these gadgets belong to? © Eric Risberg/AP Photo

Baby boomers

Gen X

Gen Y

Gen Z

USB flash drive

Can you identify which generation these gadgets belong to? © Dünzl\ullstein bild via Getty Images

Baby boomers

Gen X

Gen Y

Gen Z

Cassette tape

Can you identify which generation these gadgets belong to? © Alfred Assmann/picture alliance via Getty Images

Baby boomers

Gen X

Gen Y

Gen Z

Sony Walkman

Can you identify which generation these gadgets belong to? © Ted Thai/The Life Picture Collection/Getty Images

Baby boomers

Gen X

Gen Y

Gen Z

Xbox

Can you identify which generation these gadgets belong to? © Dickson Lee/South China Morning Post via Getty Images

Baby boomers

Gen X

Gen Y

Gen Z

Apple II

Can you identify which generation these gadgets belong to? © SSPL/Getty Images

Baby boomers

Gen X

Gen Y

Gen Z

Transistor radio

Can you identify which generation these gadgets belong to? © Lyn Alweis/The Denver Post via Getty Images

Baby boomers

Gen X

Gen Y

Gen Z

Nintendo Game Boy

Can you identify which generation these gadgets belong to? © Thomas Eisenhuth/picture alliance via Getty Images

Baby boomers

Gen X

Gen Y

Gen Z

Floppy disk

Can you identify which generation these gadgets belong to? © Geoff Moore/Shutterstock

Baby boomers

Gen X

Gen Y

Gen Z

More e-scooters to hit Brisbane after council approves new operator.
Lime has lost its monopoly on e-scooters in Brisbane with the council announcing a second operator has been given the green light. A total of 1000 e-scooters will soon populate the city, with Lime reduced from its original capacity of 750 scooters to just 400 and a new operator, Singapore-based Neuron Mobility approved to operate a further 600. Lime's rollout has been plagued by police crackdowns on rule breakers, brake issues and injuries, as well as the death of a 50-year-old man who suffered a cardiac arrest after falling from a Lime scooter in May. © AAP A man rides a Lime Scooter in the Brisbane CBD.

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