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Armin van Buuren Live at Amsterdam Music Festival 2014


iOS 8 How-to: Have your iOS device read text for you

Previously, I discussed how to have your iOS device read text for you in iOS 7, and in iOS 8 it works pretty much the same way – but with some little differences. It is now easier to set up and make text speakable on an iOS device. Before we discuss how to do it, let’s first set up our iOS device …

Bitcoin slowly goes global as businesses like Overstock expand to international customers

Advertisement<p>3 Comments<p>Credit: Duncan Rawlinson/Flickr<p>Bitcoin has attracted the attention of a lot of large businesses from Expedia to Dell to …


How to Brew Coffee: 8 Step-by-Step Videos from Stumptown Coffee & Bon Appétit

We got a major lesson on how to brew coffee—eight different ways—with these videos from java experts Stumptown Coffee Roasters<p>Coffee. Any way you look at it, it's become way easier to get a decent cup in the past decade or so. The rise of good coffee (and the attendant coffee nerdery) has made us …


National Geographic Travel

Honda R-EV : Racing Electric Vehicle Concept for Asian Teen Market

<b>Honda R-EV</b> is a compact concept study sports car that targets urban Asian teen market. It’s been designed to provide young professionals and …


Russian Refuge

<b>The Zodiac raft</b> motors through the freezing drizzle, skirting large ice cakes, taking on wave after invigorating wave of Chukchi Sea as we grope our way toward a shore obscured by fog. Although our Russian guide insists that a large island lies just ahead, I’m doubtful. But then the mists …


It All Began in Chaos

<b>The dust speck had been plucked from the tail of a comet more than 200 million miles away. Now, under an electron microscope in a basement lab at the</b> University of Washington, its image grew larger, until it filled the computer screen like an alien landscape. Zooming in on a dark patch that looked …