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Using the Internet Could Affect Your Memory
Seems Internet resources such as search engines could make you less likely to recall information.
So says a new study, anyway, which sought to discover how likely people are to remember something if they knew they could also find it on a computer.
Business School Offering $74,000 Scholarship for Best Tweet
Twitter skills are going to score one student a full ride to The University of Iowa’s Henry B. Tippie School of Management.
To win the $37,200-a-year scholarship, applicants have to answer one of their essay questions within Twitter’s 140 character limit. The Trippie School’s website does encourage t…
Flying Car Now One Step Closer to Reality [VIDEO]
Like the robot maid, the flying car is part of our 'Jetsons'-promised future that has yet to materialize.
But that could change soon. Last month, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration granted the Transition Roadable Aircraft a series of special exemptions, effectively making th…
Paypal’s President Predicts the Demise of the Wallet
Now that Paypal has reached 100 million active accounts, a company executive predicts physical wallets will soon be mothballed.
“We believe that by 2015 digital currency will be accepted everywhere in the US -– from your local corner store to Walmart. We will no longer need to carry a wal…
Justin Timberlake Buys a Stake in Myspace
If he can bring sexy back, why not Myspace? It’s been revealed that Justin Timberlake was a significant financial backer of Wednesday’s $35 million dollar acquisition of Myspace by digital advertising firm Specific Media from former parent News Corp. Timberlake, who played Napster founder and Fac…
The Google+ Project Takes Aim at Facebook [VIDEO]
After several prior failed attempts to challenge social media behemoth Facebook, Google introduced a new service on Tuesday that it hopes will finally do the trick.
Called the Google+ project, it’s currently only available to a select group of Google users — they’ll soon be able to invite others — an…

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