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  • New Media is digital media
    Facebook aims to be a newspaper, giving readers more of what the want
    “New Media” as a term or resource is very difficult to define because of its breadth. The New Media Institute writes that it is a “catchall term used to define all that is related to the internet and the interplay between...
  • Small Business Saturday
    Small Business Saturday is November 29, 2014
    The backbone of America is its small businesses. It's also a huge part of our economy.Quaint downtown areas and neighborhood shopping districts never went away during the mega mall and strip mall construction glut of the 1980s and 90s, but...
  • Daniel Burrus
    The Internet of Things Far Bigger Than Anyone Realizes — Part 1
    When people talk about “the next big thing,” they’re never thinking big enough. It’s not a lack of imagination; it’s a lack of observation. I’ve maintained that the future is always within sight, and you don...
  • Bellashoot Beauty App
    Instant beauty at your fingertips with Bellashoot, 'best new beauty app'
    A new beauty app has recently taken iTunes by storm. Forget the incessant Internet searches for that must-wear holiday hairstyle, scrolling through Instagram or Pinterest in search of the photo of the perfect nail art, or sorting through tons of...
  • Music scholar analyzes Lady Gaga
    Music scholar analyzes Lady Gaga
    Dr. Lisa Colton Subject Leader for Music at the University of Huddersfield is the first established music scholar to take a crack at what makes Lady Gaga tick and what makes her music work financially and popularly. Colton delved deeply into the...
  • Samsung Galaxy S5
    Samsung Galaxy S5 review: A solid phone that misses a few beats
    The Samsung Galaxy S5 may not be the latest and greatest phone on the market from Samsung, but the S5 is still incredibly relevant, in fact it's still one of the best selling Android devices as we head out of 2014. The S5 is barely 7 months...
  • SkyLink SK-200
    The SkyLink SK-200 alarm review: Home automation and security in a box
    In this day and age you simply cannot be to careful when it comes to protecting yourself and your valuable property from opportunistic thieves and professional burglars. Fortunately there are companies out there who are trying to make securing...
  • 3D printers of the future
    Could HP become the first consumer friendly 3D printing company?
    In an era of ever changing technological advancements, the new age of printers has descended upon us. 3D printers have been a long talked about scenario, with several companies competing to dominate the 3D printing field. This new technology can...
  • Cape Town
    How the City of Cape Town Got Ready For the World
    When you consider the opportunity to fraternize with the beloved penguins of Simon’s Town, stopping to smell the flowers that adorn Adderley Street or zipping along the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway all in one day, it’s no surprise...
  • Connect System's CS-700 DMR radio.
    Digital Mobile Radio takes amateurs by storm
    An unassuming little radio is making a big splash with amateur operators this fall.The CS-700, a digital UHF portable, is a low cost unit for Digital Mobile Radio (DMR), a system that blends radio and the Internet into a worldwide communication...
  • Swiss researchers develop first thought-controlled gene regulation system
    Swiss researchers develop first thought-controlled gene regulation system
    Thought-controlled gene expression has stepped out of science fiction and into reality. After ten years of development, Martin Fussenegger, Professor of Biotechnology and Bioengineering at the Department of Biosystems in Basel, Switzerland, and...
  • OrderUP - Get restaurant meals delivered to your home
    Get the low down on OrderUp: Restaurant deliveries to your table
    Baum & Whiteman International Food and Restaurant Consultants recently posted their 11 Hottest food and Beverage Trends for 2015 and technology continues to be the trendsetter. Their report states, “Electronic wizardry once hummed...
  • New book highlights the importance of limiting screen time
    New children's book illustrates fallout from too much screen time
    These days, everybody is plugged into something. Whether it's a smart phone, an iPod, video games or computer, digital adventure-land claims plenty of explorers.Even parents may find themselves hooked and not even realize it. Trying to keep...
  • Bubblews Makes Big Changes
    2014: Will Bubblews go out on top?
    In recent months, Bubblews.com has been making a lot changes stating, “We hear you, we read your posts and we’re listening,” says CEO Arvind of Bubblews. If this seems all too familiar, that is actually, what the President of the...
  • Showing fascination with the human brain
    Our brains can communicate directly with each other
    The potential power of the human brain is often very much underestimated. The University of Washington reported on Nov. 5, 2014 a new study showed a direct brain interface between people. This research shows that our brains can possibly...