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Accidental Flood Sends Over 200 Tons of Water Into Wrong Basement

Accidental Flood Sends Over 200 Tons of Water Into Wrong Basement

A technical malfunction redirected some 240 tons of radioactive groundwater at a Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan being released into the wrong place. The basements of buildings located on the…

Despite Akamai ‘Heartbleed’ Fix, SSL Security Remains in Question

Despite Akamai ‘Heartbleed’ Fix, SSL Security Remains in Question

When it was announced last week that there is a gaping hole in SSL encryption technology, web users and web businesses were understandably a bit freaked out. OpenSSL has long…

Canadian Real Estate Sales in March Are Up From Last Year

Canadian Real Estate Sales in March Are Up From Last Year

The amount of homes sold in Canada last month is up by 4.9% when compared to last March’s sales and up by 1% when compared to February’s sales, according to the…

New Study Reveals How Lack of Web Presence is Costing Canadian Businesses Money

New Study Reveals How Lack of Web Presence is Costing Canadian Businesses Money

A new study, released by the Canadian Internet Registration Authority, indicates that less than half of small businesses in Canada have an online presence. The research further suggests that this lack…

Fast-Growing Cosmic Cherry Tree Baffles Scientists

Fast-Growing Cosmic Cherry Tree Baffles Scientists

One cherry tree has botanists scrambling for answers. The plant in question — dubbed the “space cherry tree” — spent eight months as a sapling in the International Space Station…

Hackers Steal Over $1.5 Million in Printer Cartridges from US Government

Hackers Steal Over $1.5 Million in Printer Cartridges from US Government

Hackers have been in the news many times over the past year — Target’s data breach affected over 70 million people, and more lately, a worldwide group of hackers attempted…

College Applicants Now Considering Degrees’ ROI When Selecting Schools

College Applicants Now Considering Degrees’ ROI When Selecting Schools

The acceptance letters have all come in, and now the deadline for most hopeful college applicants to make a final decision looms over the horizon. A string of studies, though,…

Johnny Depp Sports a Woman’s Engagement Ring

Johnny Depp Sports a Woman’s Engagement Ring

Johnny Depp is engaged. And he’s not afraid to show it. The 50-year-old actor was seen at a recent press conference wearing a diamond engagement ring on his left ring…

California Police Officer Charged With Stealing Prescribed Pain Medication

California Police Officer Charged With Stealing Prescribed Pain Medication

Matthew Switzer, a California police officer, resigned on Monday after facing accusations of stealing prescription pain medications from seniors. Law enforcement arrested Switzer on April 4; the former officer is facing a…

Future Florida Farmers Learn to Test Soil in Florida State Land Judging Contest

Future Florida Farmers Learn to Test Soil in Florida State Land Judging Contest

Over 150 students from Florida schools gathered at Rafter T Ranch in Sebring, Florida Sunday. The students, made up of 34 groups ranging from the Future Farmers of America (FFA) to local…