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T-Mobile vs. AT&T vs. Verizon: Which carrier gives you the best upgrade plan? | Android Central

Just what is the UnCarrier?<p>Before we jump into the differences between these plans, let's have a look at how T-Mobile's "Uncarrier" system works, …

Here's How Tesla's Model S Compares To Other Top Electric Cars

Having won accolades like Motor Trend's Car of the Year, the Tesla Model S has positioned itself squarely at the top of the electric car field.<p>Luckily for those who want to drop gasoline but don't have $70,000 to spend on a ride, there are plenty of other options.<p>Not that it's easy to know which is …

Can You Code A Better Government?

<i>Part 5 of the</i> TED Radio Hour <i>episode</i> Why We Collaborate.<p><b>About Jennifer Pahlka's TEDTalk</b><p>Can government be run like the Internet, permissionless and open? Coder and activist Jennifer Pahlka believes it can — and that apps, built quickly and cheaply, are a powerful new way to connect citizens to their …

6 Reasons You Should Eat More Chia Seeds

Chia seeds are nutrient powerhouses. These tiny seeds hail from Central America and were domesticated by ancient Mexicans around 2,600 B.C. For …

Kirkland Minoxidil 5% Extra Strength Hair Regrowth for Men, 6 Month Supply

• 6-2 Ounce Bottles<br>• 5% Minoxidil Topical Solution<br>• Six Month Supply<br>• One Child-resistant Dropper Applicators<br>• Contains Information Booklet on How To Use and …

Judge: FBI Doesn't Need a Warrant to Access Google Customer Data

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>In what looks very much like a blow to that whole Constitutional thing about due process, a federal …

How America's 2-Tiered Education System Is Perpetuating Inequality

And how online courses might only exacerbate the problem<p>In 2006, Amherst College made a decision that administrators at some other schools considered radical. The critics said it would dent the value of the school's degree, or force it to "lower its standards." The school's then-president pushed …

I Know I'm Supposed To Follow My Passion. But What If I Don't Have A Passion?

A while back, Max Kornblith sent the following email to Tyler Cowen, an economist who blogs at Marginal Revolution:<p>1) As a fairly recent graduate of an Ivy League institution (with a bachelor's degree), most of my classmates seemed to have some idea that career and life path choice should be driven …

White House announces $100 million in funding to help map the human brain

The Obama administration has officially announced a long-running research project aimed at mapping the human brain. The Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) Initiative will launch with around $100 million of initial funding in 2014, supported by the National …

Walmart Vs. Amazon: It's About To Get Interesting

In the case of Walmart Vs. Amazon, it’s about to get interesting.<p>Let’s put aside the much discussed news leak that Walmart is considering using its own shoppers as delivery people, providing some kind of incentive to drop off online orders on their way home from the store.<p>It’s not likely to happen, …

Meet The Influential German Professor Who Wants To Get Rid Of The Euro In Order To Save Europe

Lucke, the leader of Alternative für Deutschland, is on board with the "new approach" the euro zone appears to be taking with bank bailouts in the wake of this week's Cyprus deal that has sent bank stocks in Italy and Spain tumbling.<p>Depositors in the two largest Cypriot banks will take a …

How North Dakota Reached Its Extreme Abortion Tipping Point

As they do each year on Good Friday, a crowd of 150 people clutching prayer booklets huddled tightly together in a line along First Street in …

Planning For Retirement When Savings Fall Short

For most Americans, the math for a comfortable retirement may never add up.<p>According to recent census figures, Americans ages 55 to 65 had about $45,000 in savings and assets, not including their homes. In another survey, by the Employee Benefit Research Institute, 57 percent of American workers …

Skim Milk, States' Rights And Political Clout: The High Court And DOMA

The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday in a challenge to the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act, which defines marriage as between "one man and one woman as husband and wife."<p>It was the court's second and final day of hearing appeals involving same-sex marriage laws. And it served up some …

Mapping The Microbes That Flourish On Fruits And Veggies

Deadly microbes like salmonella and E. coli can lurk on the surface of spinach, lettuce and other fresh foods. But many more benign microbes also flourish there, living lives of quiet obscurity, much like the tiny Whos in Dr. Seuss' Whoville. Until now.<p>Scientists at the University of Colorado have …

New Gas Rules Aim To Clean Up Car Emissions

Calling them "sensible standards for cars and gasoline that will significantly reduce harmful pollution, prevent thousands of premature deaths and illnesses [and lead to] efficiency improvements in the cars and trucks we drive," the Environmental Protection Agency on Friday proposed national rules …

Google's 'If I Had Glass' winners list dominated by celebrities, popular Twitter accounts

Google's "If I Had Glass" competition has always been a public affair: applications were submitted using a hashtag on Twitter and Google+, and winners offered the opportunity to be among the first to purchase Glass started receiving notifications in the form of public replies earlier this week. …