Category: News

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Five Types of Male Birth Control We’ll Probably Never Get to Use

A new form of male birth control, Vasalgel, is tantalizingly close to human trials—but we’ve heard that story before. Let’s take a look at some ...
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How to Clean Yourself Up Super Fast After a Sweaty Workout

If you’re crunched for time, hitting the gym right before work or during lunch might be your only options. And that probably means you can’t squee...
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Apple Commits to Fighting Climate Change After EPA Rollback

Earlier this week, President Donald J. Trump signed a sweeping executive order rescinding many environmental policies that were formerly instated by t...
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Congress Votes to Let Internet Providers Sell Your Data Without Permission

Congress has just sent legislation to President Trump that will strike down a set of landmark internet privacy regulations passed by the Federal Commu...
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Why the Galaxy S8’s Incredible Display Is Good News for Apple

The Galaxy S8’s display lives up to the hype — and that’s good news for both Samsung and Apple. The people at DisplayMate analyzed the display o...
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Increasing SMB Adoption Rates for Office 365

Recent research by cloud management software company SkyKick suggests that among U.S. small and medium businesses (SMBs), 83% have yet to use Office 3...
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17% off MAXSA Innovations Park-Right Laser Garage Parking Device – Deal Alert

An innovative and unique device to help you park your cars, Park-Right automatically shines a laser on your car to guide you to the perfect parking sp...
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NVIDIA RELEASES HOT FIX AFTER GAME READY DRIVER BREAKS MINECRAFT

Nvidia recently released a new driver to fix the problems its last driver caused with Minecraft. Nvidia’s GeForce Game Ready driver 378.49 that roll...
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Verizon is making its own LTE-enabled watch for Android Wear 2.0

This year could be shaping up to be a good one for Android Wear. We just got an initial look at at the first pair of Android Wear 2.0-ready watches fr...
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Facebook’s app for users with spotty internet connections reaches 200 million users

Facebook’s investment in the developing world is paying off. More than 200 million people now use FB Lite every month, the company announced Wed...