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Weekly Innovation: A Smart Power Outlet That Can't Shock You

If you're a parent, you know the aggravation that comes with baby-proofing an entire house. Probably one of your biggest fears is that your child might stick her finger or a foreign object into an electrical outlet.<p>More than 30,000 non-fatal shock accidents occur annually, according to the …

Use The Drop In Oil Prices To Boost Retirement Income

Oil’s dramatic sell-off comes with good news and bad news. The bad news is that it has put global markets on edge and dampened overall gains for the year. The good news is that the price drop has put some quality, dividend paying companies on sale. While most experts and economists are talking …

Grab a GIF from a video with new YouTube GIF creator

YouTube now has a GIF creator, and if there's one thing my mama taught me, it's never look a GIF horse in the mouth. (She loves puns, what can I say?)<p>Using the new tool on the Google-owned video site, you can grab a portion of the video you're watching and turn it into a looping silent mini-clip …

Artist Walks For Hours In Snowshoes To Create Sublime Snow Drawings

Sonja Hinrichsen is a snow artist. It's not her official title -- she conducts a lot of art interventions in nature, and pursues photography and good ol' fashioned ink drawings. But her snow drawings are nestled rightfully at the top of her artist website, revealing what happens when a professional …

The USS Arizona (BB-39) burning during the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. #WWII http://t.co/VJbR5NOcNZ

Can Shinzo Abe put Japan 'back at the centre of the world’?

As the nation goes to the polls for the second time in two years, will premier Shinzo Abe succeed in pulling Japan back from the brink?<p>Japan will be voting for a new government on December 14, two years ahead of schedule, and with incumbent Prime Minister Shinzo Abe expected to secure a resounding …