Know about these file extensions, and deal with them with right tools when necessary.
You should know at least the basic differences of them, so you can get the right help when needed.
You may need to conquer these bad habits in 2016:
If your password is “password,” you’re far from alone — which is so, so sad.
SplashData, a password management service, has revealed the most popular passwords from 2014. “123456” remained the most popular, with “password” coming in second.
Google’s terrifying two legged giant robot taught how to CLEAN: Researchers reveal Ian the Atlas robot can now vacuum, sweep and even put the trash away
- ATLAS Robot built by Boston Dyanmics – which Google recently bought
- Dubbed Ian, the Atlas robot is 6ft 2in tall and weighs in at 330lb
- Was programmed to perform move by Florida team
Typewriters had been invented as early as 1714 by Henry Mill and reinvented in various forms throughout the 1800s. It was to be Sholes, however, who invented the first one to be commercially successful.
First Mouse – 1963
The first mouse, invented by Douglas Engelbart, didn’t have a ball, but a pair of perpendicular wheels that turned as the mouse was moved. A case of being too far ahead of his time, Engelbart didn’t receive any royalties for his invention—the patent ran out before the mouse saw widespread use.
Do you have one of them?
10. iPhone 5s
The iPhone 5S (marketed with a stylized lowercase ‘s’ as iPhone 5s) is a smartphone designed and marketed by Apple Inc. Part of the iPhone series, the device was unveiled on September 10, 2013 at Apple’s Cupertino headquarters. It was released on September 20, 2013 along with its mid-range counterpart, the iPhone 5C.