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Wearable Technology to Track the Health of Workers

The trend of wearable technology is very much in fashion. The vast range of devices can monitor sleeping patterns, stress levels, heart beat, pulse rate, calories used, body fat content, and may even record evidence of the things that cause stress. Would it be a good idea for the workplace …

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Compare Facebook and Linkedin

  Facebook and Linkedin are both popular social networking services. What’s different about them? In Facebook profiles are created to make friends and to keep in touch with your family and friends, but Linkedin is not traditionally meant for that. Its standard use is for business only though it is becoming …

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EO Smart Connected Car, More than Meets the Eye

Did we just see this smart car drive sideways and shrink like a character in Transformers? And what a tiny turning radius! It can literally turn on a dime. Watch a video that showcases the EO smart connected car and you will want to own one.  The very look of the car is …

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Highlights for ITW 2015

International Telecoms Week brings to mind sharp business-people in a variety of neatly pressed suits jammed into either of two hotel lobbies in Washington D.C. in May every year. No traditional and no up-and-coming telecom-related organization would miss it. Just as popular as Pacific Telecommunications Council’s annual January conference in …

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The Twamous @POTUS is in the House

Within just a few days, the twamous @POTUS Twitter account has 2.23 million followers. Who else but the President of the United States Barack Obama could pull off such a phenomenom? The Hashtagger-in-Chief shattered the world’s record for fastest time to reach over one million followers…in less than five hours. …

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Elon Musk Asks Kids to Take Apart the Engine

It’s true! Elon Musk has started his own secret school of 14 children that may increase to twenty later in 2015. “It’s important to teach problem solving, or teach to the problem and not the tools,” Musk says. “Let’s say you’re trying to teach people about how engines work. A …

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