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Console Upgrades Drive Interest For U.S. Video Gamers

Change is inevitable, and nowhere is that more so than in video games, where transformation can happen in the blink of an eye, thanks to the velocity inherent in digital media. Mid-cycle console upgrades have continued this year with the highly... Read More

10 YouTube Teaching Video Essays Channels

YouTube has given life to some unique genres and types of videos. One of these — the video essay — can be a great tool for media-literacy education. Here’s why: Video essays ground their arguments in important cultural or political... Read More

The Guide for Working With Your Dad Bod – @PlanetFitness

THE DAD BOD IS BACK: EVERYONE’S FAVORITE BODY TYPE IS STRONGER, SEXIER AND MORE ACCEPTED THAN EVER  Planet Fitness, Home of the Judgement Free Zone®, Revisits a Growing Soft Spot for the Softer Side of Fatherhood with New Survey Results Presents... Read More

Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant are coming to Xbox One

Amazon’s Alexa is delving even deeper into Microsoft territory, as the digital brain, along with the Google Assistant, appear bound for Xbox to control the console via voice commands. Windows Central reports that upcoming Xbox One builds will... Read More

4 Skills Your Child Needs To Know Before Entering Kindergarten

Kindergarten is supposed to be fun and educational, and allow children an opportunity to blossom because it is usually the first time the tykes are away from their parents for any significant amount of time. And while most kindergartens don’t exactly... Read More

Economic Impact of 2018 CIAA Tournament Up From Previous Year

The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) made a significant impact during the 13th hosting of its annual men’s and women’s basketball tournament in Charlotte, North Carolina. This year’s tournament delivered record attendances at... Read More

Pandora’s new $15-a-month family plan matches Spotify and Apple Music

Pandora is launching a new Premium Family plan that gives up to six users unlimited music streaming for $15 a month. The deal matches the price of family plans from Spotify and Apple Music, which offer access for to up to five and six individuals... Read More

Is Netflix preparing to acquire Roku?

Roku, the big OTT set-top box/technology company, saw its stock up sharply on Friday, due to a positive research report that mulled the idea of a possible acquisition by Netflix. In a recent report, Citron Research changed its position on Roku to a... Read More

ESPN+ to Live-Stream ‘League of Legends’ Esports Events

ESPN is bringing esports to its direct-to-consumer streaming service ESPN+. The service will add “League of Legends” gaming competitions beginning this summer. The first competition to be streamed on the service will be the North American League of... Read More

Top 10 Migraine Triggers

Researchers are still trying to understand what causes migraines. One theory suggests migraines may be caused by imbalances in brain chemicals like serotonin, which helps regulate pain in your nervous system. Another belief is that migraines may be due... Read More

Burn Calories While Crossing Off Your To-Do List

While it’s recommended to get at least 30 minutes of exercise each day to better your overall wellbeing, some days you simply don’t have the time. But that doesn’t mean you can’t sneak it in—one study even suggests that accumulated short... Read More

2018 Kentucky Derby Facts

With the 144th Kentucky Derby around the corner, the personal-finance website WalletHub  released a report, one showcasing fun facts about the first leg of the Triple Crown. Below are some highlights from each... Read More

10 powerful conversation starters to teach your kids

Discuss with your children, by asking these questions , what cooperation is and why it’s so important! ... Read More

No More Signing on the Dotted Line

Starting  today, the major credit card companies in the United States are officially eliminating the signature requirement for purchases, marking an end to a long running but increasingly unnecessary policy. American Express, Visa, Discover, and... Read More

Smartphones Are Not Little Televisions

Facebook’s head of content strategy and planning Matthew Henick told an audience at MIPTV that content producers need to stop regarding smartphones as a smaller TV screen and start seeing them as a way of connecting with the... Read More

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