Voice-over-IP (VoIP) is nothing new, of course, but so far it's been regarded merely as an add-on to America's regular, analog-based copper and cellular voice networks -- networks that are currently maintained
Pat Robertson has sparked both headlines and controversy over the years, but there are plenty of things Americans might not know about the Christian businessman. Take, for instance, the fact that Robertson
A Kansas man demonstrated some unconditional love for his Xbox Friday morning. According to CNN, the man woke up to his home on fire and ran out the front door. But, upon realizing that he had left his
Academy Award-Winning Producer of ‘Schindler’s List’ Tells Megyn Kelly He Thinks Dinesh D’Souza Was Targeted by Obama Admin.
Gerald Molen, the Academy Award-winning producer of “Schindler’s List” and co-producer of “2016: Obama’s America,” told TV host Megyn Kelly that he believes filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza was targeted by the
Take One Guess What Government Did After Reading 11-Year-Old Cupcake Entrepreneur’s Inspiring Success Story
An 11-year-old entrepreneur’s hard work resulted in some well-deserved attention from local media in Troy, Ill. In fact, Chloe Stirling’s cupcake business made the front page of the Belleville News-Democrat
What if Van Gogh had an iPhone? Now we have a whole host of well lit nighttime distractors, with most every device employing LEDs, which it turns out are absolutely terrible. More and more research shows
Up to 50 percent of parking tickets are dismissed when fought in court, but it takes knowledge and time to do it. New app Fixed will do it for you. Take a photo of your ticket, Fixed contests it, and it’s
During 2013, 69 percent of Americans read a book in printed form, 28 percent read an e-book, and 14 percent listened to an audiobook. While the proportion of Americans who read e-books is growing, few
Hobbyists have been assembling personal computers from their components for decades, buying the processors and other parts and putting them together in their basements. Now they’re doing the same for computers.
Fitness apps seem like a perfect fit for Google Glass, given that the head-mounted computer is devoid of wires and requires a minimal amount of input from your digits. Race Yourself is a promising piece
A little over a year ago, I read an article titled 'Some advice from Jeff Bezos'. This wasn't your usual advice, and I found it interesting to read and how familiar it felt as I read each line. The post