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  • Cowardly Cockroaches
    Cowardly cockroaches send bad news via text
    Email or text, what kind of adult, man or woman, would use this as a means of ending a relationship or sending bad news to someone? As a nation, we are texting more than ever, and like society as a whole, the texts are getting worse and worse. The...
  • Cell-block Click Party
    Tablets to control prison Cell-doors: Handy or Nightmare waiting to happen?
    Can the change over in the dawn of the digital age be a huge catastrophe in the making? As more and more people in the public sector opt in for communication devices and entertainment consoles, the Private sector including prisons are beginning to...
  • Lingering
    Alternatives to those lingering landlines
    Believe it or not, there are still landlines in our midst. Do you have one, or know someone who has, because of a poor cell signal at home, to name one reason? In that case, mentioning the issue to the carrier can in some situations produce a free...
  • Cell organelle card game
    Fun ways to teach cell organelles and processes
    Trading Card Games have swept the nations, garnering over $800 million in North America in 2008. Demographics indicate the trend to play among young people is still going strong. Teachers can tap into this craze with educational card games...
  • Maxxable Phone Clip- In Place of a Case
    A Great New Invention for Smartphone Users That Prefer to Go Caseless
    A couple weeks ago, I was walking down the street texting my friend. Of course I was looking at my phone and not being very conscious of my surroundings and I accidentally bumped into someone walking towards me. Immediately my phone fell out of my...
  • Citrate ion.
    Researchers get one step closer to man-made cells
    Dr. Katarzyna Adamala from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Dr. Jack Szostak from the Department of Molecular Biology and the Center for Computational and Integrative Biology atMassachusetts General Hospital announced their discovery of a...
  • Splinter Cell: Blacklist
    Is Splinter Cell: Blacklist worth the price on Steam?
    Despite the $59.99 price tag of Splinter Cell: Blacklist, it has worked its way onto Steam. Arriving earlier today, Blacklist sits comfortably on Steam’s 'top selling' list. In a world where the cost of purchasing games on Steam is...
  • The cell: Complex building blocks of life created by the great Designer
    The cell: Complex building blocks of life created by the great Designer
    The cell has inside very complex machinery. This machinery must exist to synthesize (that is, to manufacture) proteins, DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) and RNA (ribonucleic acid). And the machinery that does this consists of proteins, DNA and RNA!...
  • Boston Marathon suspect, Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev.
    Boston Marathon: Suspect housed in a small cell with steel door
    After spending nearly a week in a Massachusetts hospital, Boston bombing suspect, 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was moved to afederalmedical center. According to an article published by CBS News on April 27, Tsarnaev is spending his time in a...
  • Technoogy
    Humans have lost evolutionary need to be intelligent (Part 1)
    Recent research has shown that humans have actually lost the need to be intelligent. With the recent boom in technology, research is showing that people are actually getting dumber as a whole. People do not need to learn everything that they had...
  • Ray Liotta, John Hawkes, and John Cusack
    John Cusack has found 'Airspace'
    Variety is reporting today that John Cusack (“Con Air”) has found yet another film to join. After the revelation earlier that Cusack was joining the Stephen King adaptation of “Cell,” and the financial thriller “Due...
  • John Cusack
    John Cusack finds a 'Cell' and 'Due Process'
    John Cusack (“The Raven”) is now attached to two different projects; a horror film and a thriller. The Playlist is reporting today that Cusack will first star in “Due Process,” a financial thriller that focuses on a farmer ...
  • Stephen King's 'Cell' adaptation to star John Cusack
    Stephen King's 'Cell' adaptation to star John Cusack
    Another Stephen King book is coming to the big screen. Comicbook.com reported on Oct. 31 that one of King's recent novels, "Cell," will get adapted into a movie starring John Cusack.King will co-write the screenplay along with Adam...
  • Save money by protecting your gadgets with Hefty Ziploc bags
    Ziploc bags are reliable solution when using tech gadgetry near water
    Worried about using your Nook, Kindle Fire, iPad, or smartphone near open waters this steamy hot summer? You should be. Just one good splash or simple submersible mistake and one can say goodbye gadget, hello money down the drain. While several...
  • Bentley signs texting ban
    Alabama texting ban is born
    The piecemeal effort by Alabama communities in recent years to ban texting while driving became blanketed by a statewide ban Tuesday. Governor Robert Bentley signed into law House Bill 2 prohibiting driving while texting using anything other than...