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  • 3D printer helps repair the hole in one two-year-old's little heart
    3D printer helps repair the hole in one two-year-old's little heart
    Modern technology is awe striking. One modern technological feat can be seen in the 3D printer. It has expanded the possibilities within the realms of multiple domains, including architecture, the arts, automotive technologies and even medicine...
  • Social Media
    Social media platforms continue to attract funding and fans
    No matter what naysayers may say, the social media space continues to attract funding from the wide reaching corners of the tech-investment world. Stratospheric valuations have made lucrative leaders like Facebook and Twitter, and their early...
  • New app allows you to rent out your toilet; magazines optional
    New app allows you to rent out your toilet; magazines optional
    It will catch up with you at one time or the other. If you’re lucky, you will make it home when you have to use the restroom. Or you might be fortunate enough to be near a store that allows you to use theirs. But businesses are increasingly...
  • Daniel Burrus
    Why Martin Luther King, Jr. Did NOT Say, “I Have A Plan”
    Martin Luther King Monument DCWhen Martin Luther King, Jr. stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial fifty-two years ago and spoke to a great people about their greater future, he didn’t say, “I have a plan.” Instead, he shared...
  • Overflow
    The Overflow goes live with all Christian music streaming service
    The first all-Christian audio streaming service, The Overflow, went live on January 20, 2015, as reported by The Christian Post.Initially starting out in 2012 as an online store providing Christian music for purchase and download, The Overflow is...
  • Thieves
    Selfies on stolen iPad help crime victim, cops get fix on thieves
    If you got it, flaunt it— even if you stole it.Meet Dorian, of "the money team." He and his brother admit in a YouTube video to having come into a cash windfall as a result of "a good night's hustle." That would imply...
  • Just a picture of a washing machine at a laundromat
    Dolphi, the world's smallest washing machine may make traditional ones obsolete
    The laundry. It’s a chore that many people kind of dislike. Especially with the bustle of the work-a-day life where an hour or more at the laundry whittles away at the precious few moments that are left after the work week has played its...
  • Hyatt hotels to now offer free Wi-Fi
    Break out the laptop: Hyatt to offer free Wi-Fi at all its hotels
    You’re on the road, but that doesn’t always mean you want to be out of touch. By and large, today’s travelers bring along their electronic devices, and not just so they can stay in touch with the office and home, but so they can...
  • Daniel Burrus
    The New World of Cutthroat Apps
    There’s a new crop of apps intensifying competition among brick-and-mortar retailers by giving consumers a faster means of comparison and more advanced personalization. What this means is that businesses have to deal with the linear change...
  • Girls Who Code computer science program this summer at D.C.'s Georgetown University
    Girls Who Code new summer technology program at D.C.'s Georgetown University
    Applications for current 10th and 11th grade girls interested in computer science and technology opened today for The Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program, newly offered this summer at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.Girls Who Code, a...
  • Trello takes the stress out of planning your perfect wedding
    Trello takes the stress out of planning your perfect wedding
    With it being engagement season, plenty of new brides-to-be are looking to plan their perfect wedding day. As much as this process is fun and exciting, it can also be overwhelming and time consuming. To reduce the stress and help set these brides...
  • ISIS terrorists
    The dark side of decentralization
    Decentralization is viewed by many libertarians as the best path to freedom, and there are none to speak of who would discount it entirely, even if they think it to be a secondary tactic to some other method. Thus far, decentralization has taken...
  • IT Skills
    3 IT skills everyone needs to master
    Home computing is generally pretty easy to master. Despite technology getting more complex, manufacturers like Apple and Microsoft work hard to make their products easier to use. However there are still certain skills you will need to master if...
  • MX100 SSD
    Review - Crucial MX100 256GB SSD
    There was a time when the idea of replacing a hard-disk drive with a solid-state drive was wishful thinking. Not because they were impossible to get, but because prices were through the roof. You had to pay a pretty penny for the ability to get...
  • Computer proven to judge personality better than people
    Computer proven to judge personality better than people
    A new study conducted by researchers from the University of Cambridge and Stanford University is the first explicit and emphatic demonstration that computers can judge people’s personalities better than the individual can or most people that...