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Mobile Devices Fail to Affect Britain’s TV Viewing Habits

Mobile Devices Fail to Affect Britain’s TV Viewing Habits

In a day and age where mobile devices have revolutionized how people work and play, it’s pretty shocking to find thatone of the only areas of peoples’ lives apparently left…

New Companies Aim to Power Entire Homes Wirelessly

New Companies Aim to Power Entire Homes Wirelessly

Soon, computer gadgets and mobile devices will not be the only things that are wireless. A new start up company called WiTricity may change the world as we know it.…

Technical Difficulties Put a Damper on Veronica Mars’ Fan-Funded Release

Technical Difficulties Put a Damper on Veronica Mars’ Fan-Funded Release

A fan-funded kickstarter campaign raised $5.7 million toward a big-screen adaptation of the UPN/The CW television seriesVeronica Mars. Owing to technical difficulties, many contributing fans are beginning to question their donations,…

UK Families Pay More for Childcare Than for Housing Costs, Report Finds

UK Families Pay More for Childcare Than for Housing Costs, Report Finds

Think of the last time you hired a babysitter to watch your children for the evening. You probably caught a movie, a concert or a ball game, shuffled home before…

Paul Walker’s Death Scene Sunglasses Purportedly For Sale

Paul Walker’s Death Scene Sunglasses Purportedly For Sale

The sunglasses Paul Walker wore during a fatal crash on November 30 allegedly went up for auction on Thursday. An undisclosed seller claims he found the sunglasses in an ivy bush after police…

Mystery California Billionaire Buys Record-Breaking Life Insurance Policy

Mystery California Billionaire Buys Record-Breaking Life Insurance Policy

Investing in a life insurance policy is smart for anyone who wants to make sure their family is provided for should a tragedy take place. Earlier this month, an unnamed…

Latest Viral Video Shows Runners Stopping Race to Thank an Elderly Veteran

The newest viral video star has been found, and (thankfully) this time it’s not just another cat. It’s actually a 95-year-old World War II veteran named Joe Bell, who dressed…

Iowa Lawmakers Pass New Bill Broadening Definition of Bullying

Iowa Lawmakers Pass New Bill Broadening Definition of Bullying

Iowa lawmakers approved a new, anti-bullying bill early this morning. The Iowa Senate was largely divided on the legislation; even so, the controversial bill passed by a vote of 26 to…

Economist Dismisses Claims of Canadian Real Estate Bubble, Cites Flawed Data

Economist Dismisses Claims of Canadian Real Estate Bubble, Cites Flawed Data

Could there be a real estate bubble in Canada’s fairly hot housing market? A new report is attempting to quell these fears, saying that the most likely threat is not…

Honda Drops the Ax on Insight Hybrid, Offers Plans for Further Hybrid Expansion

Honda Drops the Ax on Insight Hybrid, Offers Plans for Further Hybrid Expansion

Though the Toyota Prius might be known as the preeminent hybrid vehicle in the United States, Honda actually beat Toyota to it. In 1999, Honda rolled out its Insight model,…