Technology

Colorado blizzard car test: which cars got stuck the most?

April 21, 2016
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A recent trip to Colorado revealed a surprising fact which will be influencing my future car buying decisions. On March 23, a terrible blizzard struck Colorado Denver area and Colorado Springs. A multitude of car crashes caused the authorities to close down roads and highway 25 was shut down in both directions for a...

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Wireless charging in Starbucks stores

February 1, 2015
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Starbucks pioneers in offering their customers the convenience of in-store wireless charging of cellular phones. The service is provided through Power Mat technology and is available in some Starbucks locations in California and UK. On November 18 the company announced a roll out plan to add wireless charging to their 200 stores in San...

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The Overview effect

June 17, 2014
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Earth gazing. It used to be only for astronauts. Now, through the marvel of technology, we can all experience this phenomenon. What is called the “overview effect”. Check it out:

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iOS 7, the Terrible.

October 31, 2013
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I remember September 20, 2013, the day the new iOS 7 was released by Apple, which coincided with the International Peace Day. I saw the little “1” symbol in my iPhone settings informing me that the iOS 7 is now now available for download. I thought about clicking it, but then decided to wait....

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Touch People, Not Phones!

January 16, 2012
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With all the new gadgets flooding the market of electronic technology (iPhone, Ipads, Droids and such), Watchdogs and Oksana Yoga present a new campaign: Touch People, not Phones! The goal of this campaign is to encourage human face-to-face communication, embrace, emotional support and personal interaction. So many people find themselves in front of computer...

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New Cell Phones Push Legal Radiation Limit

March 26, 2010
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Can't wait to get the latest cell phone gadget on the market? Don't be so quick, check its radiation emission numbers first. The Environmental Working Group, a non-profit organization designed to use the power of public information to protect public health and environment, just released their data on cell phones radiation.

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Meet HAARP [Video]

February 1, 2010
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For those of you who do not like to read, I found a decent video about HAARP. This is by Tru.TV, Jesse Ventura’s conspiracy show. If you minus the over dramatizations and the word “conspiracy”, it is a good overview of what HAARP is. The video is 4 parts. Enjoy!

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Is this a UFO??? [video]

October 23, 2009
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Is this a UFO? I've been seeing this object in the night sky for several years now. It appears late at night and sort of drifts side to side or from down up and to the side. If this is a star, why is it moving? If this is a planet, why is it...

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ExtraOrdinary Technologies Conference 2009

August 30, 2009
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My new online friend Jeremy who hosts his Alien Scientist channel on Youtube just went to the Extra Ordinary Technologies Conference last month in Albuquerque, New Mexico and came back with this incredible video. Check it out.

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