Most new cars these days come with a self-start feature, which lets you start your car before you are even inside. There are also massage services and hot beverage holder that actually heats up your drink, but that is for a different article. There is no argument that this is a great feature, nevertheless, most remotes will still come with a spare key to your car hidden inside them.
The extra key will let you start the car in case the remote’s battery dies out, or there is an electronic malfunction. You will be thanking the makers on that one morning when you’re running late to your meetings, and the car won’t start.
Instant Oatmeal Packages
There are so many things that we didn't know about Instant oatmeal. One of the coolest things about instant oatmeal, when packaged in those individual packets, is that the packets are actually made out of a plastic-lined material so that you can reuse them to measure out the water you need to add. Larry, the guy on the Quaker packaging, has thought of all the little details.
Sadly, most of the fruit advertised isn’t real, or it may just be a different fruit in disguise. For instance, the strawberries and peaches in Quaker brand packets are actually just flavored dehydrated apples.
Since 2.3 billion people use Facebook on a daily basis, you'd think the database couldn't possibly store so much information. You'd be wrong. Every group you join and every "like" you click lets Facebook know a little more about you.
While we can't possibly know everything that goes on behind the scenes, we can check out all the information they have on each of us. Just enter your account settings, then click on the “ads” tab on the side and you’ll see “your information” and “your categories” tabs. Here you'll find everything Facebook knows about you, from your political standing to your favorite bands.
If you're one of the 85.8 million iPhone users in the U.S., then you may or may not have noticed the tiny hole situated between your phone's camera and its flashlight. Actually, this hole is there in order to record your voice as accurately as possible.
It’s actually a tiny microphone. If you thought you were talking into the microphone when you press your mouth to the bottom of your phone, well, you'd be right. iPhone users are actually recorded from both ends of the phone to make the transmitted sound just that much better. But that still doesn't make up for making us buy new chargers for each model!
Have you ever wondered why the little tab on top of your soda can, the one you use to pull and press to open the can, has a little hole in it? Well, once you open the can and the tab is on the opposite side of the opening, twist it around so that the small hole is directly over the open drink slot, and you'll see that the hole is just big enough for a straw to fit through.
If you’ve ever tried to put a straw in a fizzy drink, you'd know how tough it is since they tend to just pop right out, but the little hole in your can top tab will hold the straw in place. It may not be as exciting as the invention of the light bulb, but it certainly beats risking a cut on your top lip by drinking right out of the can.