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Anousheh Ansari, entrepreneur, engineer, and space flight enthusiast, discusses her trip to the International Space Station, and the journey that brought her there. var ...
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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.
It's a long-standing military truism that "generals always fight the last war." The same goes for marketers. I urge you to break that mold.
The New "4Ps" of business. This isn't your mother's marketing environment anymore...
Get Rank Tracker, a cool SEO tool designed to track rankings of your website for multiple keywords in all major search engines, plus
Smarty Ring is a Bluetooth-enabled wearable gadget that allows users to check smartphone alerts, and manage incoming calls right from their finger.
Android screencasting look to be in the works, but it's a feature that Google is planning to keep to itself for now.
Google appears to be planning to extend screencasting capabilities in Chromecast to allow Android devices to mirror the screen to TVs.
A professional scriptreader read 300 screenplays for five different studios all the while tracking the many recurring problems. The infographic he...
Bloomberg’s Matt Miller recounts the struggles in his attempts to purchase Bitcoin and the pitfalls of the marketplace for the virtual currency on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
How is buying a Bitcoin like doing a drug deal?Matt Miller says, "Last night I was calling guys in Yonkers and they were like, 'man, I'm fresh out but I'm getting some later this week.'" WATCH Miller kick off the "Twelve Days of Bitcoin" by recounting his experience in buying the digital currency.
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Dr. Jonny Bowden discusses a number of things you can do to improve or maintain heart health. He explains the differences between omega-3 and omega-6 and how it relates to inflammation and heart health.
Scientists are claiming that they have now isolated unusual ingredients in a rare seaweed discovered by fishermen off the coast of Korea that offer ...
Black Friday and Cyber Monday—that's amateur hour. These holiday shopping tips will help you save big bucks on your own.
Procrastinators unite: Putting your holiday shopping off could mean better deals
Researchers have identified a gene that drives the development of tumours in over one per cent of all cancer patients. This is the first time that the gene CUX1 has been broadly linked to cancer development.
It's the McDonald's of the African school system.
Dr. Phranq Tamburri discusses the difficulty in recognizing symptoms of prostate cancer. Find out why it's so hard and why it's hard to determine if you should or maybe even shouldn't treat the cancer if it's found.
Looking for terrorists in World of Warcraft
Is nothing sacred?
What can you do if your Android device has been stolen? Luckily, if you've set up the Device Manager, you can remotely lock, locate, and even wipe your device. Here's how
How to use Android Device Manager as an anti-theft tool. Has anyone here had to use the device manager to wipe their device?
Talk given at BES Asia in Kuala Lumpur on December 9th 2013. http://www.bes-asia.com/
It’s estimated that Microsoft rakes in nearly $2 billion a year from Android device makers thanks to patent royalties. That figure could drop significantly going forward as a German court has invalidated one such patent.
Eight of the world's largest tech companies, including Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and Apple, have joined forces to launch the Reform Government Surveillance website and open letter.
Tech giants like Microsoft and Google are apparently teaming up to battle governmental surveillance -- but do you think they're for real, or is this just a PR exercise to regain consumer trust?
Give your mobile device the ability to see & capture the world in complete darkness while revealing items not visible to your naked eye
Here's a hint: It's going to be in your doctor's office.
"This isn't simply about applying an iPhone strategy to the design of medical products."