Safety or Privacy Concern: Automotive Black Box Mandatory by 9/1/14 for New Cars & TrucksSafety or Privacy Concern:

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Want to turn your iPhone into a BlackBerry? Ryan Seacrest has a solution – Typo KeyboardWant to turn your iPhone into a

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In the past Event data recorders (black box) were synonymous with airplanes but effective September 1st, all new cars will implement this feature.  It is expected to save Insurance companies time & resource and car owners smaller premiums.  Despite the benefits, many are skeptical and say this is an invasion of privacy.  Event data recorders have been in use since the 1970s, but mostly in the trucking industry. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that 96 percent of all 2013 model year cars already have event data recorders as standard equipment. [Read More]

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Blackberry sales are declining while iphones and androids with touch screens are on the rise. Some critics have even said the blackberry is on the verge of extinction. Not so fast says American Idol TV Host RYAN SEACREST who insist messaging mavens need real buttons. He recently developed the Typo Keyboard which retails for $99 and debuts in Janaury 2014 for the iPhone 5 and 5s. According to engadget, “The Bluetooth case turns an Apple handset into a makeshift BlackBerry Q10, complete with backlit, sculpted keys that cover up the iPhone’s home button (there’s a small substitute key); we hope you don’t need multitasking, folks.” Now for the 1st b
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The average person confined to an 8 x 8 feet dark prison cell would gladly jump at the chance for freedom and forsake principles but not Nelson Mandela, one of the greatest activist who died today.  In a 1985 speech to the nation, pro-apartheid President F. W. Botha offered Mandela freedom if he renounced violence and other illegal activity. These conditions would totally violate everything that Mandela fought for on behalf of the ANC and so he declined the offer stating, [Read More]

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The price, layout, typography, paper stock and color of a restaurant menu plays an important role in attracting repeat customers, as well as encouraging them to order the best (or most profitable) entrees.  New customers often find it difficult to order dishes without sample photos and spend extra time asking the waiter or chef about key ingredients, flavor, price, etc.  Most of this time can be minimized with an attractive menu design. [Read More]

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Bananas contain three natural sugars – sucrose, fructose and glucose combined with fiber. A banana gives an instant, sustained and substantial boost of energy. Research has proven that just two bananas provide enough energy for a strenuous 90-minute workout. No wonder the banana is the number one fruit with the world’s leading athletes. But energy isn’t the only way a banana can help us keep fit. It can also help overcome or prevent a substantial number of illnesses and conditions, making it a must to add to our daily diet. [Read More]

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Persona helps you clean up and elevate your online reputation by scanning and deleting compromising posts, images, comments and tags from major social media networks. [Read More]

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Most smartphones allow us to customize notification alerts with different sounds but Scentee can do it with smells. It was launched 11/15/13 in Japan and works by letting you load a liquid refill into the device, which is then mixed and dispersed into the air at the command of an included app. According to the Los Angeles Times, each cartridge yields 100 sprays and refills cost $5. [Read More]

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Welcome to the drama, the dilemmas, the sheer disbelief involved in picking accessories to go with your new iPhone. (Yes, an official 30-pin to Lightning adapter really costs that much). We can’t promise to make the choices easy, as such, but we can at least give you a glimpse of some of the bumpers and functional extras that Apple has revealed today. [Read More]

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Apple’s brand-new iPhone 5S isn’t dramatically different from last year’s model, but it has at least one major addition: a “Touch ID” sensor. Us human beings are calling it a fingerprint sensor, and it’s built into the phone’s main Home button below the screen. Apple’s Phil Schiller says, “It reads your fingerprint at an entirely new level” — it’s 170 microns in thickness with 500 ppi resolution. According to Cupertino, it “scans sub-epidermal skin layers,” and can read 360 degrees. As expected, the sensor is actually part of the Home button, making it less of a button and more of a…well, sensor. Using Touch ID, users can authorize purchases by simply using their thumbprint. Pretty neat / scary! [Read More]

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Now that Apple’s announced the new iPhone 5S, it’s taking some time to detail the camera, which, as you’d expect, has been upgraded for 2013. The new module includes a five-element, Apple-designed lens with f/2.2 aperture and — this is important — a 15 percent larger active sensor area to help cut down on noise. Also, as rumored, Apple is adding high-speed, 120fps video recording so you can make slow-motion videos (in 720p only, it looks like). One rumor that wasn’t true: the one about optical image stabilization. Yes, Apple says there’s image stabilization here, but it appears to be just the digital kind. Hope we haven’t disappointed you too much. [Read More]

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