• COUPONS
    Beware of $50 Mother’s Day Lowe’s coupon scam on Facebook

    Watch out! Another Facebook scam is making the rounds. This time it has to do with Lowe’s Home Improvement. A Facebook post that is being circulated claims that Lowe’s is offering $50 off coupons for Mother’s Day. Then after clicking on the post, users are directed to take a survey on a website that looks […]

  • COMPUTERS
    New quantum liquid crystals may play role in future of computers

    These images show light patterns generated by a rhenium-based crystal using a laser method called optical second-harmonic rotational anisotropy. At left, the pattern comes from the atomic lattice of the crystal. At right, the crystal has become a 3-D quantum liquid crystal, showing a drastic departure from the pattern due to the atomic lattice alone. […]

  • HOME & GARDEN
    Out of control garden fire damages nearby speed camera

    The corner of Farfield Avenue in Beeston A fire in a garden spread to a nearby speed camera. Crews from Highfields station were called to a fire which had broken out in Farfield Avenue in Beeston at around 10.40am yesterday (Tuesday, April 19). Read more: New city centre Co-op wants to sell alcohol – and […]

  • Taking shape the best of Milan Design Week

    It is the “experiential” installations in the hundreds of presentations that fringe the annual Milan Design Week (Salone del Mobile), away from the 57-year-old main trade fair, that have become the hottest attractions. A 6m high scaffolding tree by Studio Swine for fashion brand Cos, which dispensed bouncing vapour bubbles, and a colourful pavilion by […]

  • CLOTHING
    Wearable cloud could be less expensive more powerful form of mobile computing

    Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham are exploring the concept of a wearable personal cloud — a fully functioning, yet compact and lightweight cloud computing system embedded into clothing. Ragib Hasan, Ph.D., assistant professor of computer and information sciences in the UAB College of Arts and Sciences, and Rasib Khan, Ph.D., a recent […]

  • COMPUTERS
    Seizure of computers from Enmore NDC

    On Thursday, the eGovernment Project Execution Unit, accompanied by the State Assets Recovery Unit (SARU),  descended on the Enmore/Hope Neighbourhood Democratic Council (NDC) and seized 15 computers. Its reason for doing this, according to a statement from the Ministry of Public Telecommunications, was that it had become aware of a plot by the NDC to […]

  • 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.” […]

  • 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 […]

  • ALL DEALS
    NHL trade deadline 2017 tracker: Full recap of all the deals

    Kevin Shattenkirk #22 of the Washington Capitals skates against the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden on February 28, 2017 in New York City. The Capitals defeated the Rangers 4-1. (Bruce Bennett | Getty Images) PrintEmail By Chris Ryan | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com Email the author | Follow on Twitter on March […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    2 alleged members of MS-13 gang charged in teen’s murder

    AUSTIN – More and more electronic gadgets are making their way to the wastelands, especially in Asia. Phones, computers and other appliances have led to 12.3 million tons of e-waste in five years. A study by the United Nations University shows e-trash is often dumped illegally, causing environmental problems. Tech products often contain lead and […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    How Apple Changed the World of Smartphones

    Brand loyalty is never more important to consumers than when buying a car, choosing between Coke and Pepsi, or upgrading a smartphone. Whether you are a hyper-loyal iPhone user or you prefer an Android or other device, there is one admission that we all, as smartphone users, must make. Apple’s original iOS, and the interface […]