• Apple launches new iPad

    Apple launches new iPad Apple has launched its much-awaited new iPad that features a new Retina display with 2048x1536-pixel resolution at 264 pixels per inch (ppi). The device is powered by Apple's new A5X chip with quad-core graphics. The new tablet from Apple is simply called the 'new iPad' and not the iPad 3 or iPad HD as expected....  Read more »

    Microsoft Launches Windows 8 Preview

    Microsoft Launches Windows 8 Preview The operating system will feature a new Apps (application) store featuring winners of the Windows 8 First App Contest that Microsoft ran for developers. All the Apps featured in consumer preview will be available for free. Paid apps are expected to be made available once the finished OS is released for retail....  Read more »

    Predictions for Google's 2012 to 2015

    Predictions for Google's 2012 to 2015 Offline Google stores that will sell Chromebooks, Android phones, Google TV boxes, Google-branded shirts and more.Google Music will become a subscription service.Google will focus on improving the quality of Android apps. It will offer better tools for creating consistent user interfaces, it will review some of the new apps and applications will be able to request additional permissions after they...  Read more »

    History of Spice

    History of Spice They say that money makes the world go round. While that might just be true today, centuries ago, spices made the world go round. Spices used to be worth so much that people set about to conquer new territories in search for these flavor enhancers. Today, basic spices may not fetch so much in the market (although saffron will still cost you an arm and two legs), but they are used just as much in k...  Read more »

    What's in your trash

    What's in your trash Recycling is another great way to help with minimal effort. If you live in a large apartment complex, most areas have laws that require the complex to have a recycling option. So if your building does not have it, talk to someone in charge about recycling. Recycling and finishing your dinner are two simple tasks that take hardly any extra time, so do them...  Read more »

    Psychology of Color

    Psychology of Color Color is not as simple as it seems. According to this infographic from CertaPro Painters of Louisville, it evokes emotion and triggers your senses. With this in mind, the infographic beautifully explores colors that should and should not be used in interior decorating, as well as why certain colors are used in advertising....  Read more »

    Worlds Leaning Towers Compare

    Worlds Leaning Towers Compare A leaning tower is a tower which, either intentionally, or unintentionally (due to errors in design, construction or to subsequent external influence) does not stand perpendicular to the ground. The most famous example is the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy....  Read more »

    World Trade Center Reborn

    World Trade Center Reborn The new World Trade Center site will include the National 9/11 Memorial Plaza and Museum and 1 WTC, soon to be the tallest building in the United States....  Read more »

    Left Brain Vs Right Brain

    Left Brain Vs Right Brain If you’ve ever wondered why you act the way you do, the answer may lie in which side of your brain you tend to use more. Although they're generalization, popular theories suggest that right-brain people have different skills and peferences than those who are left-brain people. How do these differences impact you?...  Read more »

    The Evolution of Advertising: From Stone Carving to the Old Spice Guy

    The Evolution of Advertising: From Stone Carving to the Old Spice Guy In 2011, online advertising has beaten out print and radio as the number two place ad dollars are spent. But how did it come to be that way? Four thousand years ago Ancient Egyptians invented advertising by carving public notices in steel. Fast forward to the present day, and in-text online ads, Facebook Like-driven campaigns and viral commercials, such as the Old Spice Guy, are common form....  Read more »