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Home Depot Plans To Support Apple Pay With More Than 2,000 Stores

05/05/2015, Earlier there were reports that Home Depot had dropped their support for Apple Pay, and if you’re a shopping at Home Depot who uses the feature naturally you would be disappointed. However the good news is that the reports were wrong and that Home Depot...

Font Based On Einstein’s Handwriting Being Developed

05/05/2015, Our handwriting is unique and if you believe in handwriting analysis, it also helps tell you about the other person based on how they write. Now for those who are fans of famed scientist Albert Einstein, you might be interested to learn that a font based...

Singapore’s Prime Minister Shares Code For His Sudoku Solver

05/05/2015, Prime Ministers while having huge responsibilities and roles to play are only human too, which also means that apart from running the country, they are just like us and have a myriad of hobbies. Recently we reported that Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee...

Comcast Jumps In On The Live Streaming Craze As Well

05/04/2015, In recent weeks apps like Meerkat and Periscope have skyrocketed in popularity and usage as they allow folks to live stream basically whatever they want to, and yes this is causing piracy headaches as well. Comcast wants in on the fun as well which is...

Nordstrom Testing Curbside Pickup Options For Online Purchases

05/04/2015, When purchasing online, sometimes customers have the choice of either having it delivered to their home, or picking it up in the store. The latter option is sometimes preferable as it means that they can collect the item at their leisure, especially if...

Old Vehicle Parts Turned Into Viking Weapons

05/01/2015, Backyard blacksmith Phil Baumhardt has a creative streak in him, so much so that he is capable of transforming vehicle trash into what would be deemed to be treasure by the Vikings. When Baumhardt was still scavenging for materials, he came across a pair...

HIV-Positive Blood Infused With Ink Used To Print Magazine Cover

04/30/2015, Now here is an interesting method of printing a magazine cover. Most of the time, we would think that normal ink would suffice, while there are other companies and organizations out there that would like to go green, and by doing so, they end up with more...

Startup Provides Free Lodging To Women Studying Computer Science

04/30/2015, As if the cost of studying wasn’t high enough, there are other expenses that one has to pay such as food, bills, books, entertainment, and let’s not forget rent. Sometimes rent can be the second biggest expense which is why in a bid to encourage more...

Evernote Introduces Plus Subscription Tier, Cheaper Than Premium

04/29/2015, Evernote is a handy app for those who love taking notes, storing receipts, or scanning documents into digital form and having it synced across multiple devices and platforms. However the free tier of Evernote might be a bit too restrictive for some users...

Microsoft Edge Web Browser (aka Project Spartan)

04/29/2015, Microsoft Edge: this is the name for the next-generation Microsoft Browser which will replace the infamous Internet Explorer. Unveiled previously as Project Spartan, the new web browser is designed to address the many criticisms its predecessor suffered...

Visual Studio Code: Free Editor For Win+Mac+Linux

04/29/2015, Microsoft has announced Visual Studio Code, a free code editor with integrated debugger and source version control which runs natively on Windows, Mac and Linux (download Code here). It is different from Visual Studio in the sense that it is much lighter...

83 Year Old Billed $24,000 By AT&T For AOL Dial Up

04/29/2015, As hard as it may be to believe that are still more than two million people in the United States that are still paying for AOL’s dial up service in this day and age. Ron Dorff, an 83 year old Los Angeles resident is one of them. Now we’ve all...