6 Ways You're Using Everyday Technology Wrong
Technology is designed to make our lives easier, but with new technology comes the burden of learning to use it all properly. In most cases, technology is designed to be obvious, but sometimes a little creativity can help you get even more out of it. This video mentions pointing your car remote at your head to get better range. This trick works because the fluids that fill your head actually make you a pretty good conductor, so you do in fact get a small signal boost. Dropping a battery to test it will work more often than not, because as a battery wears down gas fills the inside. This air-filled space makes the battery more likely to bounce and fall over when it hits the ground.