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This Los Angeles Resident is Using Lasers To Help People Quit Smoking

Nearly 1 million laser hair removal treatments were performed in the U.S. last year, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS). However, hair removal isn't the only thing...
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Smartphone Tech Can Help with Skin Cancer Diagnosis

Smartphone technology is making major headway into the field of medical science with new apps coming into development that can potentially diagnose signs of early melanoma, a deadly form of skin...

Tesla To Start Taking Orders On Solar Tiles This Month

Tech company Tesla will start taking orders on its new solar roof tiles this month. USA Today reports that while the company officially announced the tiles in October 2016, CEO Elon...

Samsung Galaxy S8 Strives to Be Better Than S7

With the reveal of the new Galaxy S8, Samsung hopes to regain some of the business it lost with the Galaxy S7. Among other issues, the S7 was known for being...
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Mobile Ad Requests For Location Data Rose By 170% This Year

Today, around 68% of American adults own a smartphone. And since trends show that mobile searches are quickly overtaking searches conducted on laptops and PCs, marketers are responding with increasing efforts...

Is Fog Computing Giving Cloud Computing a Run For its Money?

Cloud computing has become increasingly popular in the world of technology today. Allowing you external servers to perform your needed tasks, and then sending them to your computer and phone, the...

Apple CEO Tells College Grads to Stop Worrying About Money

Over the last few years, many eager college graduates have relocated to tech hubs like Silicon Valley, where they hope to get a job at an up-and-coming startup, start their own...

Equipped with Today’s Tech, Millennials Can Teach Us Something About Finance After All

The generation known for its constant addiction to technology may have something to teach the rest of us about finances and saving money. It turns out that Millennials, while bogged down by...

Indian Startup Creates Wearable Technology to Combat Infant Hypothermia

Back in 2013, Time estimated that 5.21 million moms and 214,000 dads identified as stay-at-home parents in the United States. This number is even larger in India, but the stay-at-home parents...

Tech Companies Dominate When it Comes to Fertility Benefits for Female Employees

Though the technology industry is often criticized for being male-dominated and unaccommodating when it comes to family policies, a number of tech companies are actually on the front lines when it...