• 6 common home and garden plants that are poisonous to your pets

    Now that Spring is officially here, you’re probably thinking about making your home look pretty with a bright bouquet of flowers, or a houseplant you can nurture through the warmer season. What you might not think about though, is how your plants affect your pets. There are some plants that can be lethal to animals […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • A SECRET TO GROWTH CAN BE CALLED AS HGH

    People have often gone for various surgeries and steroids used to get their desired look. Having a tall and lean figure is something which is desired by all common people. But not everyone is blessed with a tall stature. So, they go for the synthetic steroid that promises growth and build muscles. Use of synthetic […]

  • COMPUTERS
    Computers could get 100,000 times faster thanks to laser light pulses

    Computers could in future run up to 100,000 times faster than today’s electronics after a team of researchers made a breakthrough in so-called ‘lightwave electronics’. The discovery by an international team that electrons in ultrafast laser pulses can be steered through a semiconductor, and at incredibly fast speeds, could even pave the way for quantum […]

  • HOME & GARDEN
    Uncomfortably Close to Home

    Discarded neon signs, including a silver slipper and Aladdin’s lamp, await installation in the Neon Museum in Las Vegas. CreditMills Studio THURSDAY PUZZLE — Wait, what is this? I think I’ve heard tell of some mythical term for when you’re away from your office, and your devices have stopping binging, shaking and clanking, and your […]

  • COMPUTERS
    HPE to Buy Nimble Storage for $1.09 Billion

    Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co said it would buy data storage provider Nimble Storage Inc for $1.09 billion (roughly Rs. 7,272 crores) in cash, to expand its presence in the fast-growing flash storage business. HPE Chief Executive Officer Meg Whitman has been focusing on a few areas such as networking, storage and technology services since the […]

  • CLOTHING
    Classroom clothing store aims to serve students in need

    Look good, feel good, do good— it’s the premise behind Tippecanoe Valley High School creating a boutique in one of their classrooms. The idea started after students needed to dress in business attire for a class assignment, but some student said they didn’t have professional clothing.   June Yazel, who is an English teacher, got […]

  • NEWS
    New LG Smartphone Added to the G3 Line Has a Stylus Pen

    LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company is getting set to introduce a new smartphone to the G3 line it introduced earlier this year. The latest advent of this series will feature a stylus pen, according to new information from the company. The announcement comes just days ahead of LG’s official unveiling of the aptly-named G3 Stylus […]