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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...

Riverbed Thinks It Can Develop Fastest WiFi Network On Earth

It's no secret that more and more businesses are turning to cloud solutions to conveniently store and manage company data, often with the goal of saving money, time, and other resources....

Smart Gardens Are on the Horizon: What You Should Know

You've heard of a smartphone and a smart TV, but how about a smart garden? It may sound incredible, but AVA Technologies Inc., a startup based in Vancouver, recently announced that...

Mice In Space: SpaceX Launches Rodents Into Zero Gravity

Mice aren't usually a very welcome sight in American homes. After all, a single house mouse can have five to 10 litters of five or six babies every year. A lone...

Autonomous Semi Trucks Bring Up Cybersecurity Risks

In typical tech giant style, Tesla shook the industry with the announcement of their new electric semi truck. This semi-autonomous vehicle adds to the list of high-tech cars and trucks taking...

Company Using Radiative Cooling to Make Air Conditioning More Energy Efficient

SkyCool Systems is a startup company out of Stanford University that is commercializing an energy-efficient cooling method that takes advantage of the coldness of space. According to Aaswath Raman, cofounder of...

Most Americans Hate Their Workplace: Why Telecommuting Might Be The Answer

Burn out, bullying, sexual harassment -- the American workplace is not looking too great. This is according to a new study by Harvard Medical School, the nonprofit RAND Corporation, and UCLA....

New Study Confirms Continuing Trend In Online Banking

The most popular method of banking has seen a drastic shift. Two out of three people in the United States and Canada now use online banking at least once a week...

Tech Tools Allow Peanut Allergy Sufferers To Test Their Food On The Go

Although only 0.6% of people have a peanut allergy, the threat of accidental peanut consumption is a huge concern for many families. Eating at restaurants or at a friend's house can...

Advertising Ad Nauseam

It's getting to the point that we're so used to being sold something that we barely notice advertising. That's the clever part about media advertising. It begins with free apps with...
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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...

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