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What was invented in 1998?

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Items invented in 1998 include Windows 98, the iMac computer and the MP3 player. Viagra was also approved for use by the United States Food and Drug Administration in 1998.

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From France winning the World Cup to the world's largest airport opening in Hong Kong to 19 European nations agreeing to forbid human cloning, 1998 was a year with many notable moments. In addition to a number of inventions, some legendary firsts also occurred, such as Japan opening the world's largest suspension bridge measuring slightly more than a mile long. In addition, the founders behind Google, Larry Page and Sergin Brin, misspelled "googol" to garner its famous name for the world's popular search engine in that same year.

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