January 2015 Archive

Windows 10 for Enterprise is not free in the first year and other changes announced (Shreyas Gandhe/Neowin)

Shreyas Gandhe / Neowin:Windows 10 for Enterprise is not free in the first year and other changes announced  —  Businesses switching to Windows 10 for ...

Google Earth Pro now available for free, down from $399 a year (Amit Chowdhry/Forbes)

Amit Chowdhry / Forbes:Google Earth Pro now available for free, down from $399 a year  —  Google Earth Pro Is Now Available For Free  —  ...

HTC Admits It Will Miss 90-Day Lollipop Upgrade Window For One M7 And M8 (Ryan Whitwam/Android Police)

Ryan Whitwam / Android Police:HTC Admits It Will Miss 90-Day Lollipop Upgrade Window For One M7 And M8  —  HTC promised to get Android 5.0 ...

You can now order Postmates delivery from your web browser (Rex Santus/Mashable)

Rex Santus / Mashable:You can now order Postmates delivery from your web browser  —  Unlike, say, food delivery services like Seamless or Peapod, Postmates delivers ...

The Super Bowl Sprints Workout to Burn Fat and Improve Power

We have waited long enough, and it’s finally here! The Super Bowl will grace our living rooms on Sunday with two teams who are sure ...

5 Ways to Be Happier Today

Brrr, its cold outside! These cold, grey winter days can send even the most positive people into a downward funk. Now that winter is truly ...

Dachshund/Pit Bull Mix Shelter Dog Becomes New Internet Star (Video)

A mix-breed dog named Rami has quickly gone viral, likely due to his adorable features. Rami is currently being cared for by employees at Moultrie ...

The 'Man Who Touched His Own Heart' Changed Medicine

Melissa Block talks to Rob Dunn about his new book, The Man Who Touched His Own Heart, a history of science and medicine’s efforts to ...

One-Man Show Casts 'Brilliant' Light On Realities Of Suicide, Depression

The off-Broadway play Every Brilliant Thing tackles its dark subject through audience participation and comedy. Both critics and audience members have described it as incredibly ...

The view from Mars

Using the ALMA telescope in Chile, scientists are hoping to decode the secrets of the origins of the cosmos The post The view from Mars ...

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