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Looking for the next tech toy to add to your collection? The Extreme Micro Drone 2.0 is ready for take-off. This compact quadrocopter is perfect for indoor and outdoor flights and complex aerial maneuvers,
Ear wax might not seem like a big deal, but for people who are hard of hearing or have issues with their middle ear, a build up of the substance can seriously impact their quality of life. Many people
What is Commandr? Commandr is the best thing to happen to Google Now since Google Now and yes that is a statement directly from the demo video linked above. This nifty application allows you to use the
Last week Google rolled out an update to its Search app that brought an awesome piece of functionality – the ability to use the “OK, Google” hotword from any screen, without having to switch to Google
While companies like Google and Apple are just starting to get their feet wet when it comes to advanced home automation efforts, there’s little denying that connected, smart homes are part of our future.
Akintunde Oyebode : There is an interesting section of Revolution 2.0, Wael Ghonim’s book on the Arab Spring, where a pessimist reproaches Mr. Ghonim, saying: “No one will do anything and you’ll see. we
My N3RD beats Kickstarter goal: WiFi-connected, smartphone-controlled power switch for all the things
Wild Hare, LLC. has surpassed their $50,000 Kickstarter goal for My N3RD, a smartphone controlled, WiFi connected power switch and sensor. You still have until February 23rd to get in on the campaign,
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Do-it-yourself investors typically have a low opinion of mutual funds, but the smart ones make an exception for low-cost funds. Now, the universe of low-cost fund options for do-it-yourselfers is expanding.
It's an assumption most of us make: that students earning PhDs in the humanities are aiming for a university teaching job, preferably a tenure-track position offering prestige and potential life-long security.