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Monday, July 25, 2011

Faster surfing, Upgrade your Web browser

If there’s one piece of software on your computer that gets run ragged on an everyday basis, it’s your Web browser. With so many great sites on the internet for catching up on news, checking out videos, enjoying a mindless laugh, socializing with friends, or doing just about anything else you can imagine, our browsers have become a huge part what we do on computers.

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Flying Car

A concept PAV (artist's impression)
Considering the prevailing congestion problems with ground-based transportation and the anticipated growth of traffic in the coming decades, a major challenge is to find solutions that combine the best of ground-based and air-based transportation.

Saturday, July 16, 2011

How to prevent your phone and voice mail from being hacked

In the wake of recent events overseas it has become clear that we need to be more aware of how important securing our phone and voice mail is. The hacking scandal in Great Britain has revealed just how easy it can be to break into someone’s voice mail – that is if they haven’t taken some simple steps to secure it.

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Man Flies Like a Bird

Yves Rossy’s invention allows him to fly by attaching to his back a four-engine jet suit with wings, which he starts up after jumping out of a helicopter or plane.

Thursday, July 07, 2011

Video Calling On Facebook

Just click the call button at the top of your friend's profile or chat window — no need to launch new software. No answer? Leave a video message.

Sometimes an emoticon just isn't enough. With face-to-face video calling, now you can watch your friends smile, wink and LOL.

Sunday, July 03, 2011

Blood Pressure Monitors for iPhone & iPad

Now you can check your blood pressure using your iPhone or iPad with two products that make it easy — download an app onto your iOS device, put on a blood pressure cuff, tap the touchscreen, and soon you have a blood pressure reading that you can track every day. They’re quick and reasonably priced, but are they accurate?