He looks like a man with a lot on his mind. Thinner. Jacketed, but not well-slept. On July 10, Edward Snowden — possibly the biggest whistle-blower in history — gave an interview to The Guardian editor
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By Dalia Nammari, Ibrahim Barzak, The Associated Press Starting with the new school year in September, Gaza boys and girls in middle and high school will be breaking the law if they study side by side.
Now we've got 15 more to add to the list, from a salary survey done by Global Knowledge and TechRepublic. The research was conducted in late 2012, based on a survey of 9,500 tech professionals. This survey
The bloggers, Lisa Leake and Vani Hari, point out that the artificial dyes — Yellow Dye 5 and Yellow Dye 6 — require a warning label in some other countries. "These unnecessary — yet potentially harmful
Apple Is Preparing Such Big Changes To The iPhone Software That Engineers Are Using Special Filters To Hide Their Screens
He says the "word on the street" is that engineers inside Apple who are authorized to carry around new iPhones have a filter on their screen so that the side viewing angles are diminished. (Think about
All across the war-torn country, regime soldiers are said to be sexually violating women and men from the opposition, destroying families and, in some cases, taking lives. One day in the fall of 2012,