• How to get the most money for your used clothes

    Adapted from a story by Elisabeth Leamy for The Washington Post. U.S. households spend at least $1,700 on apparel each year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and it’s a lot easier to shell that money out than it is to recoup it. You won’t strike it rich selling used clothes, but it is possible […]

  • CLOTHING
    Looking for Ivanka Trump Clothing? Check Goodwill

    While strolling through a Macy’s the summer before the 2016 election, Maddie Redder was instantly infatuated with a white, long-sleeved lacy shirt. It was beautiful. It was classy. It was also by Ivanka Trump. Initially, the brand didn’t bother Redder, a 67-year-old real estate agent who emigrated from Colombia to Florida. But after the release of a […]

  • COUPONS
    Retail: Shoppers save receipts – for the coupons

    A new study from inStream shows that shoppers have strong preference for receipt-based offers. Online retailers are increasingly popular, but shoppers seem to prefer receipt-based product offers over digital offers, Fierce Retail reports. A new shopper tracking study from inStream shows that consumers show a strong preference for receipt-based offers for savings. More than 80 percent of those surveyed […]

  • COUPONS
    Debbie’s Deals: Coupons and deals for National Custard Day, Costco, Chipotle, SPENGA, movies, more

    It’s time for the latest freebies, coupons and deals. National Frozen Custard Day Tuesday, August 8 is National Frozen Custard Day. To celebrate, BurgerFi is offering a free small custard with any purchase when you mention the deal at the counter. Thanks to Mariah for this tip. And Freddy’s Steakburgers is offering $1 off all frozen custard treats. Chipotle […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    Rs 437-crore electronics manufacturing project cleared for Telangana

    An electronics manufacturing cluster will be set up over 310 acres of land in Telangana.(Getty Images/iStockphoto) The government has cleared setting up of a greenfield electronics manufacturing cluster in Telangana with a total project cost of Rs 437 crore, an official source said. Telangana State Industrial Infrastructure Corp (TSIIC) had submitted the proposal to the […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    Hella India Automotive to ride high demand for electronics in vehicles

    Having set up a full-scale development centre in Pune, which matured from a captive R&D unit for global projects to a strategic growth-driving engineering unit, Hella India Automotive is now charting an aggressive product offensive tapping demand for the latest tech, says Amit Panday. Hella India Automotive (HIA), the 100 percent subsidiary of the Germany-based 6.4 billion […]

  • COMPUTERS
    Quantum computing as the future? Here’s why it is still waiting for the hardware

    The industry first has to solve hardware issues in quantum technology, according to an expert. (Representational Image. Source ThinkStock) Commercial production of quantum computers that would process information faster than today’s supercomputers is still some time away. The industry first has to solve hardware issues in quantum technology, according to an expert. Quantum theory represents […]

  • COMPUTERS
    A quest for the mother of all computers

     Kevin Resch is searching for the Holy Grail of high technology in the Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo. As the institute prepares to mark its 15th anniversary in November, Resch is the acting director — and part of an elite group of scientists working to bring the promise of quantum computers […]

  • COMPUTERS
    A quest for the mother of all computers

    Kevin Resch, acting director of the Institute for Quantum Computing, overlooks a light experiment in the quantum optics lab. – Vanessa Tignanelli,Record staff Martin Laforest, head of scientific outreach at the Institute for Quantum Computing, expects to see quantum supremacy within five years. – Vanessa Tignanelli,Record staff Martin Laforest, head of scientific outreach at IQC, […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    TSA places stricter screening for carry-on electronics

    BlackBerry KEYone The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will be implementing new procedures for any flights originating from, going to, or flying within the Unites States. You’ll have to place all electronics “larger than a cellphone” into separate bins for X-ray screening. The TSA says this new procedure allows its agents to get clearer x-ray images. […]