Balloons, BB guns, and pointed spears don't mix Looking to capitalize on buzz surrounding its brand new G2, LG held a public event in Seoul Friday where it teased that up to 100 people would walk away
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Mindfulness meditation is having a moment in the West, and with it some compelling reasons to understand and try it. Mindfulness meditation. Chances are that you've either heard or seen (or rolled your
In a protected area high in the White Mountains in eastern California, 15 miles east of Bishop, you’ll find the oldest living trees in the world. The gnarled beauties, called the Great Basin Bristlecone
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By Natasha Baker (Reuters) - Music lovers looking for a nearby concert can turn to apps that detect a person's location and list nearby live events based on the type of tunes they and their friends like.
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To say SmartThings' Kickstarter campaign was a success is an understatement: the Internet of Things outfit, which offers a clever array of home automation sensors, routers and smartphone apps, raised than
These 15 new books for May include stirring new fiction from Isabel Allende, a memoir from a 6'7" librarian struggling with Tourette's syndrome, a hilarious novel of a young man's job as a bird tracker
A lot of the gadgets that help people monitor and track their physical health focus on providing feedback related to physical activity for use with tracking workout data and energy expenditure during day.
In 2013, fitness tracking is all around us: in iPhone apps like Map My Fitness and DailyBurn; built into your Samsung Galaxy S4 phone; in a device on your wrist if you own a Nike+ Sportswatch or a Pebble
The Catholic Church in Venezuela has said it is running out of wine to celebrate Mass because of nationwide shortages of basic supplies. It said the scarcity of some products had forced the country's wine
Are you still hanging onto that old AOL e-mail account, or worse, the e-mail account your ISP handed you? If so, it might be time for you to consider switching to a Web-based e-mail service like Gmail.
Notification Center, introduced with OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, has quickly become an integral part of the Mac OS experience, replacing third-party apps like Growl and the like with a built-in system for
I’ve decided to use Google Now exclusively for a long list of tasks. I’m calling it the Google Now Diet. Here’s why I’m doing it. New technology is great. Trouble is, we’re all stuck with habits formed