There's something all of us remember about the year 2008. It was the year that Apple launched the first ever App Store for its iPhone 3G, forever changing the way we use our phones. It was the same year that GPS capabilities became a feature of these early smartphones, establishing what would become the everyday experience of ordering an Uber to finding our way around a new city. And it was during this year when Facebook was only a toddler, and product designers were tinkering away at what would soon be known as the Like button. Though the economy may not have been doing so well, 2008 was certainly a golden year for innovation.