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]
To think a thumbs down would have suffice, Facebook has just revealed its new dislike buttons. Not one, but six, and they all come in the form of Emoji, because that's where this generation's form of communication is going - down the drain. Read more
Doing laundry is such a pain, but you have to do it anyway! It's a time-consuming task that few people look forward to. After you're done, you'll have to fold them too. Three companies in Japan have banded together to make this: the Landroid. It is the world's first ever laundry-folding robot. Read more
The L16 is the first ever camera to include a multi-aperture computational camera and was built using folded optics and sophisticated imaging algorithms. In English - it takes damn good pictures. Read more