The political and scientific dispute over killer whales at SeaWorld San Diego and other marine parks is not over. In April, a legislative committee in Sacramento tabled a bill that would have outlawed
It’s been three months since iOS 7 was made available to the public in September alongside Apple’s new iPhones and such a major overhaul of the operating system meant that there was no longer a jailbreak
These cookies are so tasty, no one will guess that they're also better for you When your next cookie craving strikes, whip up one of these more nutritious (but still oh-so-delicious) recipes. Chips Oh
I used to live in Columbia, Missouri, where I frequented the Saturday morning farmers’ market. I’d usually show up after a long run, which meant I was hungry. Really hungry. And I discovered there was
Last week, Google announced access to Chrome Apps for Windows and Chromebook users. What's great about using the apps is that they don't take a spot on your Chrome toolbar, or require you to launch a tab
Even those of us disappointed with the iPhone 5S can't help but feel those familiar stirrings of it's-a-new-iPhone-I-want-it desire. Credit Apple's shrewd marketing department for putting a fresh coat
Microsoft finally added IMAP support to its free Web e-mail service, Outlook.com. Using IMAP is preferable to POP, because it offers a way to keep your e-mail synchronized when using third-party clients.
Parallels is best known for its virtualization software that lets Mac owners seamlessly run Microsoft's Windows OS. But today the company is taking up another mission: it's attempting to bring desktop