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Project Noah Aims to Save the Planet by Changing Minds

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Why do you suppose we treat domesticated animals like members of the family, but few people bat an eyelash when wild animals wind up on the endangered species list? The answer could have something to do with familiarity. Whereas we bring pets like dogs and cats into our homes, allowing

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5 Ways to Avoid and Prevent Google Penalties

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According to the search engine’s lengthy terms and agreements, Google will dole out stiff penalties to website administrators who take advantage of SEO practices. Google’s intention is to give its customers the most relevant content possible according to their specific search. Some of the penalties include a permanent or indefinite

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Yahoo Mail For Tablets Will Redefine How You Read Email

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Yahoo launched a new tablet app for Yahoo Mail Thursday, with a number of features that are bound to impress not only Yahoo Mail’s current users, but mail-enthusiasts for other platforms as well. Described as “unboxing your email,” by Adam Cahan, Yahoo’s SVP of Mobile and Emerging Products, the app

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Yahoo's Weather App Uses Flickr To Show You Weather Conditions

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Ever wonder what a sunny day in Maui looks like? How about a cloudy day in Seattle? Yahoo announced a new standalone calendar app Thursday — Yahoo! Weather for iPhone — that uses location-specific images to show you what weather conditions look like around the world at any given time,

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Google Bans Users From Reselling and Lending Glass

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Explorer editions of Google Glass began rolling out to customers as of Tuesday, but the company has enforced restrictions on those lucky new owners, banning them from reselling and lending the eyewear Here’s what the company’s terms of sale state: “You may not resell, loan, transfer or give your Device

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Acoustic Guitar Add-On Gives the Instrument New Range

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Electric guitars, when compared to their acoustic counterparts, have the ability to produce a much more diverse range of sounds Inventor Paul Vo, of Asheville, N.C., is hoping to even out the playing board with Vo-96 — an acoustic guitar synthesizer that modulates and controls the vibrations you generate when

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Walmart Shopping App May Beat Competitors Thanks to New Features

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Many retailers have begun to realize that offering customers online and mobile solutions that allow them to shop on the go is the way of the future. As such, you’ve no doubt discovered that some of your favorite stores have created mobile applications with features that let you buy online,

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Sean Parker: Creator of Napster to Throw Medieval Wedding

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Napster and its co-founder, Sean Parker have had a really interesting history. Back in 1999, the peer-to-peer file sharing music service was literally all the rage. That’s until the company ran into insurmountable (again, literally) copyright infringement suits and had to shut down in July of 2001. However, it did

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Microsoft Co-Founder Opens New Office in Silicon Valley

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Recently, Bill Gates and Paul Allen, the two co-founders of the Microsoft Corp., replicated the now famous picture that they both took with some of their Microsoft inventions back in 1981. It’s hard to believe that those young men, who were 26 and 28 at the time, are now literal

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Gartner Forecasts the Price of 3D Printers Will Drop to under $2,000 by 2016

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Every time a new technology is first introduced to the market there is a period of time when the pricing is seriously out of control. At first, no one knows quite what to make of it, except the early adopters who are always first in line for the latest gizmo

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