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Could Marijuana Use Lead To Serious Heart Problems?

A new study says marijuana use could lead to serious heart-related complications. “Could Marijuana Use Lead To Serious Heart Problems?” is categorized as “science and technology”. This video was licensed from Grab Networks. For additional video content, click the “video” tab at the top of this page.
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Google Glass Now Available To Anyone, May Be Prepping For Public Launch

Google offered Glass to the public as part of a one day sale not long ago. Now it seems that anyone can order one again without an invite. There’s been no announcement so far, no fan fair — a few Redditors just happened to discover that you can head straight to the order page and […]
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New Project CARS Game… And It’s Awesome

Project CARS, the latest racing game will hit stores this fall. Project CARS features an extraordinary variety of both race and road machinery, from the stripped-down BAC Mono and fan-favorite BMW 1 M to Formula One cars and the Audi R19 hybrid Le Mans Prototype. It won’t feature any races against the police, but it […]
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Open Source Data Store Startup Crate Data Raises $1.5M From Sunstone And DFJ Esprit

When big data is more than a buzzword it can soon turn into a huge headache for developers or those charged with managing the storage and access of large and growing data sets. That’s the problem open source startup Data Crate has set out to solve. Today the Austria/Berlin-based startup is announcing it’s raised a […]
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US To Propose Pay-for-priority Internet Standards

The FCC is set to propose new Internet rules that would allow Internet service providers to charge content companies for faster delivery of their services over the so-called “last mile” connection to people’s homes. “US To Propose Pay-for-priority Internet Standards” is categorized as “science and technology”. This video was licensed from Grab Networks. For additional […]
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Xbox One And PlayStation 4 Support Added To Unreal Engine 4 In Latest Update

Moving a game from one platform to another — from iOS to PC, from Xbox One to PlayStation 4 — isn’t as easy as it seems. Just change a few button prompts and you’re all set, right? Not so much. There’s a lot to consider: how do you control the game (mouse/keyboard/gamepad/touch/etc.)? does it sync […]
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Reboot Your Backside With This Tush-Toning Workout

Take 10 minutes out of your day to lift your seat! This tush-toning workout from Hayden Panettiere’s Pilates instructor, Heather Dorak, will sculpt and tone your backside. Grab a light weight – three to five pounds - and get ready to feel the burn. “Reboot Your Backside With This Tush-Toning Workout” is categorized as “health”. This […]
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Blood From World’s Oldest Woman Suggests Life Limit

Scientists say for the extremely elderly, their stem cells might reach a state of exhaustion. This could limit one’s life span. “Blood From World’s Oldest Woman Suggests Life Limit” is categorized as “science and technology”. This video was licensed from Grab Networks. For additional video content, click the “video” tab at the top of this […]
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Google Glass Update To Fix Bricked Units

In an effort to quietly fix a problem created by a recent Google Glass update, Google is rolling out yet another update. The company is also apparently replacing units wholesale for those whose units were completely bricked. Last week, several Glass Explorers found their heads-up displays rendered useless by the XE 16.1 update. Other owners […]
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Apple’s Sales Boom In Communist Vietnam

Communist Vietnam is suddenly Apple Inc’s hottest market after its sales growth tripled in the first three months of the year, a rate five times faster than in India where it is spending heavily in a battle for market share. Vietnam has barely received a mention from Apple executives in their regular briefings for financial […]
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PastBook Brings Its Collaborative Photo Book Maker To IPhone

PastBook is bringing its online, collaborative photo book maker to the iPhone today. While the majority of photo book making utilities share a similar feature set – you select photos from your local gallery or social network, PastBook generates revenue by offering a professionally printed photo album, starting at $19 for a 24-page book, and […]
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LinkedIn Announces Partner Programs For Sponsored Updates And Content

LinkedIn is expanding its content marketing efforts today with the launch of two new types of partnerships — Sponsored Updates Partners and Content Partners. Sponsored Updates were first launched on LinkedIn last summer as a way for companies to pay to promote the content (slideshows, articles, videos, and whitepapers) that they were sharing on LinkedIn. […]
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Internap Rolls Out Network Optimization Software – Delivering All The Shortcuts

Infrastructure vendor Internap has gotten itself a patent for MIRO, routing software that optimizes network traffic such that bits take the shortest, quickest and most effective route between point A and point B. On top of the routing software, Internap has introduced enhanced HTTP caching and web acceleration to further improve traffic speed. Clearly Internap […]
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Microsoft’s Satya Nadella’s “Mobile First, Cloud First” Strategy In Focus With Pending Earnings

Microsoft is set to announce its third quarter 2014 earnings today. During the quarter, the company named Satya Nadella, former head of the cloud and enterprise division, as its new CEO. Over the course of last two months, Nadella has re-stated Microsoft’s commitment to developing a comprehensive suite of software that extensively uses cloud technology, […]
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AT Posts Strong Q1 On Adoption Of Mobile Share And Next Plans

The upward trend in wireless continued, with revenues growing 7% year-over-year as subscribers shifted to the higher tiers of AT&T’s Mobile Share data plans. The carrier’s strategy to combat T-Mobile’s ‘Uncarrier’ initiatives with equipment financing plans of its own worked well, as Next accounted for 40% of its postpaid smartphone gross adds and upgrades in […]
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