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Comcast will roll out its gigabit internet offering to five new cities this year

Atlanta, Nashville, Chicago, Detroit, and Miami<p>After testing its gigabit internet service with one user in Philadelphia back in December, Comcast is nearly ready to rollout the service on a much wider scale. Comcast will make the 1Gbps service available in Nashville and Atlanta early this year, …

4 UNESCO World Heritage Sites Under Threat From Too Much Tourism

A number of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites face major challenges, including the following:<p><b>Machu Picchu, Peru</b><p>This magnificent “lost city of the Incas” …

The lion-like Mercedes-AMG GT S will make you feel like a driving god

2016 Mercedes-AMG GT S review<p>Mercedes-AMG's GT S<p>I felt like a real jerk, turning to my friend sitting in the passenger seat and admitting to him that …

Job Fair, Tech Training Programs Aim to Boost Silicon Valley Diversity

A pair of Bay Area programs look to give people from underrepresented groups new pathways into the tech industry.<p>The line stretched around the block Thursday as more than 1,000 people showed up to a startup job fair at NextSpace Berkeley, across the Bay Bridge from San Francisco.<p>The event, put on …

Can 'Cultured Beef' Ease Meat Industry's Environmental Impact?

"Cultured meat" and a book that cleans dirty water are the latest innovations in food technology that could be key to sustainability in a world of finite resources.<p>Researchers from Germany and the U.S. revealed their solutions to surging meat demand and fatalities from waterborne diseases at the …

President Obama Wants $4 Billion to Bring Computer Science to All Schools

But the administration needs congressional approval for most of those billions.<p>In his weekly radio address, President Obama is calling for more than $4 billion in spending to help bring computer science into the curriculum of all elementary, middle and high schools.<p>“Today’s auto mechanics aren’t …

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