Yes, our most favorite weekday is here—Friday!
So, fellas made the weekend plans already or still stuck with that endless “last minute report” that your boss asked for? Just take a deep breath and relax!
We’ve turned out to be so caught up in a portion of tech innovations that we somehow overlook its absurdness. Give yourself a break and have a look these 10 weird (but true) tech facts of all time.
Here you go!
- There are more than 700 million iPhones across the world.
If you don’t have an iPhone, well you don’t have an iPhone!
- Changing Fonts can save Printer ink
That’s right, all fonts are not created equal. The theory is, if you use a ‘lighter’ font (with a lighter stroke), you’ll use slightly less ink per page. Based on the assumption that you’re only printing with inkjet printers that use the old-style cartridges you’ll likely save about 10 per cent ink by switching to one of the lighter fonts.
- Every minute approx. 100 hours of videos are uploaded on YouTube by users
They say it right: If you have a Wi-Fi and YouTube, you can never get bored!
- Alaska is the only state in America that can be typed on one row of a traditional English QWERTY keyboard.
Now that’s what we call a “Lazy Coincidence”!
- Pigeons VS USB Sticks
Carrier pigeons beat internet upload speed as late as in 2010. They actually sent pigeons over with USB sticks the same time they started uploading a video over broadband. The pigeons won! Can you believe it?
- The first Alarm clock
The first alarm clock could only ring at one time of day, four o’clock in the morning. Arghh! Life is so cruel.
- The Vibration Syndrome
Yes, there’s name! It called the Phantom Vibration Syndrome, given when someone thinks their phone is vibrating but isn’t. Are you feeling the buzz too?
- Emails Existed before World wide web
Forget www and URL’s! All you needed to send an email in those days was a computer and a rotary telephone for connecting to Micronet.
- More than 350 millionSnapchat messages sent every day.
This is what happens when the numbers talk!
- One of every 8 married couples meet online
“She wrote back ‘Hello’, we’re definitely going to get married, Yay!”
Hope this jazzed up your Friday? (a bit at least)