What if there was a way to ingest a microchip that would send a message to your doctor if you were taking a medicine wrong? Well, Annie is here to tell you about how this technology might be here sooner than you think.
Texting makes you walk differently, a new study shows. So does reading from a phone, but to a lesser extent.
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King of minimalism, Apple's effective marketing appeals to people looking for uncomplicated solutions. Given Apple's wild success with its computers and mobile devices, we can say minimalism works. With this in mind, a blog has decided to create "Applefied ads." Or as Gizmodo put it: What would hap...
According to information I found on the Internet, back in 1993 the Internet carried only 1% of all information from two-way telecommunication. By 2007, more than 97% of that information was flowing through the Interwebs. So what exactly does that translate to in real numbers? Since the Internet has...
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