How "Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation" Treats Addiction
Funko Pop Captain Kirk from Star Trek: The Original SeriesDom Talbot on Unsplash. A U.S. Surgeon General report issued in 2016 estimated that 21 million Americans have a drug or alcohol addiction. Addiction to drugs or alcohol is more common than cancer.
A Smokeless Outdoor Bonfire is the Way to Go!
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Experience a Solar-Electric Vehicle Firsthand!
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This Orange County billionaire has promised to give his wealth away
Henry Samueli has a very long list of accomplishments. He is the co-founder of chipmaker Broadcom. He owns the Anaheim Ducks in the National Hockey League, has been a professor at UCLA and UC Irvine, and is a named inventor on 75 patents. He has a net worth of $7.4 billion. It's quite the resume.
This rough Kentucky boarding school produced a billionaire
When nine-year-old Jensen Huang first stepped foot in the Oneida Baptist Institute, he would never have imagined becoming a billionaire one day. Huang is now worth a remarkable $16.2 billion and credits some of his success to that tiny boarding school in Eastern Kentucky.
Scientists From Europe, Canada, and the U.S. Claim Time Travel is Theoretically Possible
Researchers from the University of Queensland opined on the matter in late-2020. U.S. counterparts have taken Europe’s research several steps further. This article is based on technology and science postings, and related media reports. All linked information within this article is fully-attributed to the following outlets:The University of Queensland, Business Insider, IFL Science, Germain Tobar, Classical and Quantum Gravity, Google.com, Space.com, NASA.gov, and Wikipedia.org.
Google I/O 2022: Pixel 6A, Pixel Buds Pro, Pixel Watch, Pixel 7 series, Android 13 & more announced
Products announced at the 2022 Google I/O EventImage by Google. The first day of Google I/O 2022 was interesting, especially for Pixel fans. There were quite a lot of eyebrow-raising announcements made by the tech giant at the two-hour-long I/O keynote. We heard about AI, Android, and, of course, a ton of Pixel hardware news. If you’re still unaware, here's a quick look at the major announcements made by Google on the first day of the I/O 2022 event.
(Opinion) Why Elon Musk Won't Really Bring Trump Back to Twitter
photo of Twitter on Phone on tablePhoto by Jeremy Bezanger (Unsplash) Recently, Elon Musk said that if he does purchase Twitter, he will reverse Twitter’s permanent ban of former President Donald Trump. But he is only saying this to make the deal go through and to please the market.
Business Warrior Combines Marketing And Funding Technology To Advance Local Businesses
The Business Warrior Corp. (OTC: BZWR) was founded in 2014 and has provided game-changing solutions to more than 25,000 under-resourced and under-funded small businesses across the United States, boosting them into local dominance and ultimately fueling their small business growth.
Game-Changing Techniques to Improve Product Adoption
Learning a new technology can be challenging and time-consuming for end-users. The process is even more complicated when they don’t see the value of switching to a new app, tool, or software. However, if employee buy-in is in your favor, would it be sufficient only to provide basic training? Would they be able to adopt the newly invented technology effectively? Let’s delve deeper to find out.
Apple Ends Production Of An Iconic Device
Do you remember the iconic iPod products of Apple? The company has continued to make them, but you do not need iPods anymore. Technology has evolved. You can play music with your iPhone via Apple Music. Yet iPod music players are still on sale even 20 years later.
Scientists Believe Death May Be Reversible Through Computers and Robots
The Singularity’s theoretical merge of man and machine is opening new doors of science and technology. This article is based on technology and science postings, and related media reports. All linked information within this article is fully-attributed to the following outlets:LiveScience.com, Metro.Co.uk, Dr. Ian Pearson, Futurism.com, Stanford Computer Science, Villanova University, and NPR.org.
New Research Paper Presents a Different Theory of the Universe's Future
According to our current scientific understanding, an impossibly dense, impossibly hot "cosmic egg" suddenly inflated into the known universe. We call that event the "Big Bang."
Major Disadvantages of Self-Driving Cars
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Elon Musk's Innovation: Everything You Need To Know About the Tesla Smartphone Pi
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Economic Impact of Self-Driving Cars
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April Showers May Bring Flowers, But QHSLab Seeks To End Springtime Allergies Altogether
Allergies are the sixth leading cause of chronic illness across the globe. Estimated to cost more than $18 billion a year, allergies can play a major role in the massive expense both businesses and healthcare systems experience annually. This doesn’t even include factors related to paid time off, productivity-related concerns or the rescheduling of internal roadmaps due to last-minute “call-outs” or ongoing turnover.
How Video And Access Moving To The Cloud Is Revolutionizing Security Controls
A salesperson working in an office on a virtual call.Photo by LinkedIn Sales Solutions on Unsplash. Advancements in technology have strengthened security systems across businesses, providing them with better protection and a reduced administrative burden. In particular, security technologies, such as access control and video surveillance, are noticing a shift with these advancements.
The 9th grade dropout giving away millions in Florida
Herbert "Herbie" Wertheim has led a very interesting life. I write a lot about business leaders and entrepreneurs, but few have done as much as Herbie Wertheim. He grew up in a disadvantaged home, dropped out of high school in ninth grade, and avoided the Miami Juvenile Detention System for truancy by joining the US Navy at the age of 17.