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Advertising july 18, 2011

Supermarket Encourages You To Buy With Your Nose

NetCost Market is using high-tech machines that pump artificial smells in their stores to get your mouth watering and your stomach growling.

Technology july 18, 2011

Former Vice-President Al Gore is kicking off his Climate Reality project with a 24-hour live streamed event on September 14, 2011 to expose the full scale of this global crisis.

Mobile july 18, 2011

The Chinese version of the social networking giant, has already picked up an audience twice the size of its US counterpart's audience and is continuing to grow.

Work july 18, 2011

ProPublica: New Army Study Reassures Radiation From Airport Body Scanners Is Minor

X-ray body scanners that have adorned several airports raised health questions. Worried flyers can now relax as the radiation from the scanners has been proven not to cause cancer.

Innovation july 18, 2011

Online game developers like Zynga keep a close watch of their players to see how they can use the info they gain from them to best perfect their social games.

Gaming & Play july 15, 2011

The Quidditch World Cup Keeps Wizarding World Alive Post-Potter [Video]

The premier of the last segment of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows marked the end of childhood for many Millenials and the end of an era in the Wizarding World. Some, however, aren't ready to let go.

Advertising july 15, 2011

Will Daily Deals Save Failing Newspapers? [Headlines]

Newspapers have a valuable audience that daily offers companies don't: a local audience with a community relationship.

july 15, 2011

Why The Color Of Your Website Matters [Headlines]

Studies have shown that the color of your website has a major impact on a consumer's decisions to buy a product.

july 15, 2011

Stats Show Google+ Users Are Nearly All Male [Headlines]

Google+'s audience is currently skewing male at over 80%, but the social media network will have to appeal to a more mainstream audience to reach a comparable user count to Facebook.

Work july 15, 2011

LulzSec, known to be the rockstar of hackers, has disbanded at the height of its popularity. The founder discusses why they suddenly called it quits.

Innovation july 15, 2011

Springwise: Monitor Your Health With A Walking Cane

New business idea seeker shows how a new walking stick designed by Fujitsu can also monitor the user's pulse, blood pressure, and body temperature.

july 15, 2011

US Army To Test Smartphones For Use In Combat[Headlines]

The US Army is testing several smartphones with nearly 4,000 soldiers at the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico to find the best one that would allow soldiers in combat to receive real-time images of insurgent movements.

Luxury july 15, 2011

Arts Thread: How New Designers Are Moving The Auto Industry Forward

Recent graduates are creating new designs that push transportation to the next level.

Sustainability july 15, 2011

QR Codes Help Protest Hershey’s Child Labor Practices

Protestors are placing Consumer Alert cards above Hershey's products as part of a larger campaign imploring the chocolate giant to stop tainting their chocolate with child labor abuse.


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