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Falcons re-sign K Matt Bryant to 3-year contract

Matt Bryant is re-signing with the Atlanta Falcons and getting some nice money in the process.<p>The two sides agreed to a three-year deal that will pay …

How to edit INCREDIBLE LANDSCAPE PHOTOS with Adobe Lightroom Photoshop

This here, is Peter McKinnon´s typical workflow when it comes to editing landscape photos with Adobe Lightroom & Adobe Photoshop. He uses both …


How Do You Know Someone Has True Leadership Skills? Look for These 5 Signs

It's what every employee on the planet wishes and hopes for in a boss.<p>Sometimes the only way you'll truly know whether a leader's skills are genuine is to measure the manager that made your life miserable against the one that had you thinking often, "This is too good to be true."<p>If you think your …


Google voice search records and keeps conversations people have around their phones – but the files can be deleted

Google could have a record of everything you have said around it for years, and you can listen to it yourself.<p>The company quietly records many of the …

20 ways to make your Chrome browser so much better

The Web can be overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be.<p>If you're a Google (GOOGL GOOGLE) Chrome user, there are thousands of browser plug-ins called "extensions" that can make it easier to stay on top everything you do online.<p>Here are some of the best free Chrome extensions you can download.<p>Keep in …


10 Easy Ways To Get Organized This Year

2015 is the year your finally get your sh*t together. Literally.

Scientists no longer think Earth's water originated on comets

The new data is important for answering questions about the origins of water on Earth, but not everyone is convinced<p>The researchers behind Rosetta, the ESA spacecraft currently orbiting the Churyumov-Gerasimenko comet, think they can help answer one of the fundamental questions about how water came …

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Rosetta Spacecraft Suggests Asteroids, Not Comets, Birthed Earth's Oceans

Ice on comet 67P displays chemistry unlike seawater, the spacecraft circling overhead reveals.<p>Asteroids, not comets, likely delivered Earth's ancient oceans from space, concludes a Wednesday study from the Rosetta spacecraft, now in orbit around a comet that is a frozen relic from the dawn of the …