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New radar technology helping NWS detect small tornados

DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) – A new addition to radar in the last couple of years is helping the National Weather Service detect twisters that touch down fast and dissipate. 270 more words

News

What's On My Phone?

“This is the whole point of technology.  It creates an appetite for immortality on the one hand.  It threatens universal extinction on the other. Technology is lust removed from nature.”

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Technology

New app lets drivers pass on unused parking meter time

Starting Sunday, Oliver Bleuer will give Montrealers the gift of time.

A chartered accountant and a consultant in workforce optimization, Bleuer is launching an app that will allow drivers to see if there is time already paid up on their parking meters that has not been used — if the driver that left also uses the app. 614 more words

Local News

Time To Change Yout First Born's Name From "Bart Simpson"

CBC reports that a recent study indicates giving fake answers to password reminder questions may actually make your online accounts easier to hack. That’s in part because people are picking easy to guess fake answers. 44 more words

Humor

Silk Road Mastermind Ross Ulbricht Sentenced to Life in Prison Without Parole

ROSS ULBRICHT CONCEIVED of his Silk Road black market as an online utopia beyond law enforcement’s reach. Now he’ll spend the rest of his life firmly in its grasp, locked inside a federal penitentiary. 892 more words

National

Say No to Candu Crush requests and other Apps request in Facebook : Without hurting Emotions of your friend :-)

Tired of posting sarcastic messages in Facebook against your friends inviting you for game requests. Little geeky-ness and below steps can help to not hurt your friends sentiments. 31 more words

Technology

Ice Hockey Players Use Motion Sensors to Improve Their Game

Golf, cricket and basketball players have been grabbing technology headlines for years for wearing sensors that can analyse their game techniques. Now Swiss researchers from EHT Zürich are turning that sensor technology to ice hockey players. 273 more words

Science