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How To Boost Your Wi-Fi With a Range Extender

I love the Wi-Fi service available in my home. I have my laptop, my smartphone and my tablet hooked up to it so I can surf the web from anywhere in …

10 add-ons to make Evernote even more useful

Evernote makes it easy to create and access notes in the form of plain text, Web clippings, images, audio and even video – and then access them wherever you are via the Web or a variety of desktop and mobile apps.<p>It’s insanely useful, and third-party developers have extended its functionality even …

Mandela memorial: Quotes, pictures and moments of the day

<b>Tens of thousands of South Africans and scores of world leaders and dignitaries have attended the state memorial service for Nelson Mandela.</b><p>They gathered in a Soweto football stadium, braving the driving rain, to honour the man who helped to change their lives in his long fight against …

South Africa

Contours of a Resilient Global Future

Abstract<p>Humanity confronts a daunting double challenge in the 21st century: meeting widely-held aspirations for equitable human development while …

Energy dominated headlines in 2013 but climate change was almost invisible

The absence of a climate change narrative from public figures means the issue has fallen off the radar for many people. Will business and politicians step up in 2014?<p>In 2013, energy was rarely far from the headlines. From the Treasury's enthusiasm for a new dash-for-gas based on 'fracking' …

Climate

BP's Request To Require Proof Of Gulf Spill Losses Rejected By Federal Judge

By Jonathan Stempel<p>Dec 24 (Reuters) - BP Plc has failed to persuade a federal judge to require businesses seeking to recover money over the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill to provide proof that their economic losses were caused by the disaster.<p>U.S. District Judge Carl Barbier in New Orleans said the …