• NEWS
    Is Trump wise to take on China over trade?

    US President Donald Trump has said that trade negotiations with China will be “very difficult” when he meets President Xi Jinping in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, on Thursday. Trade will be one of two key issues on the agenda, along with North Korea. But what’s the problem – and what can Trump do about it? Buying Chinese […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    Jumping droplets whisk away hotspots in electronics

    A graphic of now the new droplet-based electrical hotspot cooling system works. Heat vaporizes water trapped in a sponge-like layer and the vapor droplets carry away heat. The vapor then coalesces on a cooled super-hydrophobic floor, …more Engineers have developed a technology to cool hotspots in high-performance electronics using the same physical phenomenon that cleans […]

  • COUPONS
    New printable coupons: Kellogg’s cereal, Pampers, razors

    There are a bunch of new printable coupons available today including Kellogg’s select cereals, Pampers & Luvs diapers, razors, Aleve, Persil, Irish Spring, Uncle Ben’s, Buitoni, Velveeta, Miracle Whip and more! Click the Smart Shopper Printable Coupons link to the left to print the coupons below: . .50/1 Kellogg’s Mini Wheats Harvest Delights or Special […]

  • COMPUTERS
    Google Training Ad Placement Computers to Be Offended

    MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Over the years, Google trained computer systems to keep copyrighted content and pornography off its YouTube service. But after seeing ads from Coca-Cola, Procter & Gamble and Wal-Mart appear next to racist, anti-Semitic or terrorist videos, its engineers realized their computer models had a blind spot: They did not understand context. […]

  • CLOTHING
    Unused clothes could stretch to L.A.

    People in Northern Ireland including Ballymoney, could be hoarding more than 17 million articles of clothing they no longer wear, according to a study by Barnardo’s. Placed end to end these items would stretch from Belfast to Los Angeles, analysis based on YouGov polling data reveals. Forty per cent of people from Northern Ireland admitted […]

  • ALL DEALS
    The Trump administration will review all of America’s trade deals

    ACCORDING to a document crafted by the Trump administration, a model trade agreement has 24 elements. Second on the list is “trade-deficit reduction”, giving a hint as to why Mr Trump wants to review America’s existing agreements. In January Sean Spicer, his press secretary, said the administration would “re-examine all of the current trade deals.” […]

  • NEWS
    Cyclone Debbie: ‘Monster’ storm makes landfall in Australia

    Image copyrightGETTY IMAGESImage captionQueensland is preparing for a destructive cycloneA powerful cyclone carrying winds of up to 263km/h (163 mph) has reached the coast of Queensland, Australia. More than 25,000 people were urged to evacuate ahead of Cyclone Debbie. The category four storm has already left at least 23,000 homes without power and caused damage […]

  • HOME & GARDEN
    The Realtors Home and Garden Show Starts Friday in Milwaukee

    Milwaukee – It is the longest running home and garden show in the nation. The 93rd Realtors Home and Garden Show begins Friday at the Wisconsin Expo Center Friday, March 24th. “Every year there’s a lot to look forward to. Our garden promenade will be over 10,000 square feet,” said Sandi Anderson, Director of the show […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    What prompted the US and UK electronics bans?

    (CNN)The US and British electronics bans announced Tuesday on flights from certain airports in the Middle East and Africa seem to have come out of the blue, with no specific event prompting the sudden change. So what’s behind these coordinated bans? One factor, a US official told CNN, was recent intelligence that the terrorist group […]

  • COUPONS
    Taking charge of coupons

    I have never considered myself a coupon person, but at the store the other day after people in line behind me began to look anxious as coupon after coupon was scanned and the cashier enthusiastically declared, “Great coupons!” I humbly accepted the fact that I had crossed the line. In the past, coupons presented an administrative […]

  • COMPUTERS
    Old computers refurbished for Mid-Ohio Valley schools

    Photo by Kate York Fox Computers owner Jonathan Jeffers, front, and Paul Prachun look over a computer they refurbished at the shop. MARIETTA — A local business owner is hoping to turn one man’s trash into a local school district’s treasure, with plans to refurbish computers and put them directly into the hands of students. […]