The giant meteor that exploded over Russia caused some 1,500 people to be injured and thousands of buildings damaged. Here's the most interesting part: most of them didn't know it was a meteor. Can you blame them?
According to a poll from Moscow's Public Opinion Foundation, most people thought it was just regular old Russia stuff. Because crazy things keep happening there. Some thought it was a falling plane, others thought it was a failed rocket launch, and some people thought it was just an explosion.
Obviously, some thought it was a UFO too. Because why not? Is it? [RIA h/t @mpoppel]
You'll only really know if a battery is dead when you plug it into a device and try to work it. But is there an easier way to do that without having to go through that process? Here's a faster and easier way. All you have to do, is drop the batteries and see how they land. Read more
Google isn't just a search company and you should know that by now. So the latest thing they're working on: Project Fi - it's their way of rethinking a wireless service. Check out the video below. It'll get you thinking about your phone bills. Read more
Most people would argue that they've not seen your messages, hence, the really long time taken to respond back to you. But these days, there are notifications that let senders know the message has been seen or read. The same thing is happening in Facebook Messenger, but here's a Chrome browser extension that will help you out. Read more