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The number one reason vaping devices explode

Over the past several years, we’ve watched so-called “cigalikes” and vapes steal the show from Big Tobacco and the cigarette industry, as an exodus of smokers seek demonstrably safer alternatives to combustible sources of nicotine. However, it isn’t all smooth sailing...

The best search engines for security-conscious browsing

Mainstream search engines like Google, Bing, and Yahoo are great at finding the answers to our queries at speed. They’re also major data collection systems, tracking the searches your IP address makes and the results you click on in...

The advantages and benefits of electronic signature

Do you think you waste too much time signing papers or documents? People format a document, print it, sign it, and scan into the computer. It takes both your time and money. It is a digital age, there are numbers...

Infographics; a form of visual content

A picture is a poem without wordsHorace In the heart of content marketing, there has been an increased amount of businesses and people using visual content and that content rely on infographics. Infographics amongst...

Drunk shopping could be a $45 billion industry

The latest survey on drunk shopping suggests that it's a much more expensive habit than we had imagined. A 2018 survey of 1000 people showed that Americans who shop online under the influence spend over $40 each time they go...

Photographer responds to P30 stock photo controversy

Huawei's upcoming P30 smartphone line is claiming to have super zoom-lens capabilities beyond anything a regular camera phone can currently achieve. The teaser photo, uploaded to Weibo by Huawei CEO Richard Yu, showed some truly stunning zoom capabilities. But...

NASA confirms first all-female spacewalk later this month

NASA has confirmed to CNN that if all goes as planned, the first all-female spacewalk in history will take place on March 29th from the International Space Station. Our first hint that at the momentous occasion was a Tweet from...

Is the NIH trying to discourage collaboration between U.S. and Chinese researchers?

According to a report in the journal Science, Francis Collins, the director of the National Institutes of Health, sent a letter to 10,000 U.S.-based research institutions last summer stating his concern over "threats to the integrity of U.S. biomedical...

Sprint announces first solid plans to unveil 5G infrastructure at MWC19

It feels like we're never going to stop hearing about 5G, whether it's some vague press release about its imminent release or false promises that it's already here. We've been told lag time will disappear, our homes will be...

Russia to briefly “turn off” country’s Internet access. But why?

If I asked you to picture the Internet for a moment - the actual, physical Internet - what would you imagine? Many of us have no idea how this thing we use every day actually works. But in fact, the...
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Here’s how an on-grid solar solution can cut down your power costs

Solar is a trend that is fast catching up to the masses after recognizing its multiple benefits. Apart from...
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Software That Could Improve Your Business In 2020

When you are trying to run a business, it is important that you are considering how you can improve it all of the time....

Most expensive Mac Pro costs $52,000

Back in June 2019, the new Mac Pro was announced at WWDC. It is finally available, and you can now order it from Apple's...

Wunderlist will shut down on May 6, 2020

Microsoft will finally shut down Wunderlist, a productivity app that it bought four years ago. The redesigned Microsoft To-Do app will be replacing it. The...

7 Best Mobile Apps to Help You Kill Time

Everyone, at some point in their daily life, will need to find a way to kill time. While there are many ways to do...