You Use This Everyday But It Holds Secrets from You

Living in a modern age, we’re constantly surrounded by all sorts of tech. We’re so used to it, that we don’t even notice how ingeniously designed it really is. And there a lot of small mysteries: Why does a keyboard have legs? How does my phone vibrate? Why doesn’t this USB plug ever fit on the first try? Today, you’ll have all the answers!

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+1 1. Natan_el_Tigre commented 176 days ago

If none of my USB sticks have the trident logo anywhere, does it mean none of my USB sticks are USB sticks? 8-)
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+1 2. snotraddict commented 176 days ago

5:04 those medals must have cost a fortune to make. No wonder they're held in cities that bribe them the most. ;)>:)
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+1 3. Abdullah54 commented 174 days ago

Accelerometer does not measure velocity. Because it's called accelerometer.