Tech

Would You Wear and Use a Smartwatch? [Poll]
It seems like the next big tech thing is wearable technology. From Google Glass to the new Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch, tech companies are betting that we want more than just a smart phone, we want something we can wear on our bodies. And they may be right.
Facebook Is Using Your Name and Photo in Ads
You might have noticed that Facebook has updated their privacy policy. (Again.)  Or you've grown so accustomed to Facebook privacy policy updates, that you practically ignore them.
One of the things you might have noticed is that Facebook can use your name and photo in ads.  The trick …
Your Cell Phone is Making You Ugly
Yahoo has given us a list of ways your phone might be making you ugly.   In my case, it must be working.
1. Dark Circles Under Your Eyes. Screens emit radiation that causes headaches and keeps you awake. No sleep can create dark circles under your eyes...
How To Save The Most Money on Your Air Conditioning Bill
With temps in the mid 90's this week, most of us are running our AC around the clock.  This common myth about air conditioners might have cost you.
Some people say that if you want to save money, you should leave your air conditioner on low when you're not home, because it requires more energy to coo…
Terry’s Top 10 iPhone Apps [2013 Edition]
Welcome to the new 2013 edition of Terry's Top 10 iPhone Apps!
Apple's iPhone is a great smartphone, but it's the apps that make it truly amazing. It's true that you can find an app to make your iPhone do just about anything. So if you're playing with a shiny new iPhone, or a…
Disney’s Wall-E Created As a Real Robot [Video]
'Wall-E' is one of my favorite Disney/Pixar films and I've always wondered what it would be like to have a real Wall-E around. It turns out that I'm not the only one. A group of robot builders in California have created a real Wall-E.
Are Smartphones and Computers Ruining Our Handwriting?
When I was younger, I fancied myself a bit of an artist. I actually taught myself Calligraphy and would spend a great deal of time practicing my handwriting. Now, at age 36, my handwriting looks worse than my doctor's. What happened?
It turns out that I'm not the only one concerned about th…

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