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One of the questions coming out of Apple’s earnings is whether the Mac is soon going to be following in its PC brethren’s footsteps. But it’s a bit too early to say.
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Choosing the right printing paper, will make your projects look professional and will save you money and time.
Regardless of what your project is, whether you are working at home or an office, buying the right printer paper is as important as choosing the right ink and designing projects using the right software.
Say goodbye to the Star Wars-system of yesteryear, and hello to the unmanned laser flyer of the future.
Originally published on RyanHoover.me I blog a bit and as a result, people share my writing on Twitter.
Ah, ideas. Who doesn't want more great ideas? I know I do. I usually think about ideas as being magical and hard to produce.
Want to have great ideas more often? Let's look at what the neuroscience says
Five ideas and resources to help you write more unique, interesting and epic content that will allow you to break through the clutter and get noticed
Yesterday I wrote about Intel’s great big telecommunications market takeover plan, and on Wednesday the chip giant unleashed a networking chip that can offer some pretty intense competition for the network processors from the established vendors.
Govt pledges a £10m prize for driverless car research. TG's Paul Horrell investigates
The self-driving car is nearly here. Have the machines finally become smarter than human drivers?
Heres how your favorites stack up against historys most popular books.
It feels so good when it hits your lips but the rest of your body isnt so happy.
Even a single depressed employee can have a devastating effect on a small business. And entrepreneurs themselves are hardly immune.
This post originally appeared in Business Insider. You clicked send. Oh crap. When you send a no-take-backs email—maybe an admission to a secret crush, or accidental reply-all—there's an instant pang of regret.
Futurists have long speculated that nanotechnology — the engineering of materials and devices at the molecular scale — will revolutionize virtually every field it touches, medicine being no exception.
Why the future of medicine will play out at the molecular scale.
Scientists launch company to develop the therapeutic potential of gene-snipping enzymes
New medical tool: gene editing.
(Medical Xpress)—In certain neurosurgical procedures, like fixing pituitary glands, surgeons can remove a tumor through the nose with minimal damage to surrounding tissue.
Imgur is home to the web's most popular image content, curated in real time by a dedicated community through commenting, voting and sharing.
One of the most exciting prospects of the Xbox One is the ID@Xbox program, which allows both independent and AAA developers alike to self-publish on Microsoft's console. Chris Charla, director of t...
(Phys.org) —Contrary to many textbook illustrations, electrons aren't just balls floating around an atom. In quantum theory, they're more like little tops, exhibiting 'spin,' and each creating its own tiny magnetic field.
Contrary to many textbook illustrations, electrons aren't just balls floating around an atom. In quantum theory, they're more like little tops, exhibiting "spin," and each creating its own tiny magnetic field.(Image: Evan MacQuarrie)
Forget robotic product delivery. As usual for Google, I suspect it’s all about the data.