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The Hidden Dangers of Keyless Car Systems

Today’s cars can be technologically advanced. Navigation systems tell us how to get to our destinations. Awareness signals on the driver and front passenger mirrors warn us when there is a car in our blind spot, a back-up camera and beeping alarm... Read More

Fostering This Trait in Your Child May Be a Key to Their Future

This April, the University of Michigan came out with a study concluding that curiosity is the “single most important trait” predicting success in school. The benefits of curiosity are. . . well, curious.  A 2014 study proves something that might... Read More

Who’s streaming Super Bowl LIII?

A new report suggests 21% of US Super Bowl LIII viewers will watch the game between the New England Patriots and LA Rams on February 3rd via streaming. That’s a 160% increase from the 8.1% who did so for last year’s game, according to the results... Read More

Should Netflix really fear Fortnite?

Netflix is not blind to the competition but says it does not consider HBO a prime threat.  HBO is often touted as one of the streaming service’s biggest foes. Both companies are vying for TV subscribers, and are frequent rivals in award... Read More

3 Activities to Teach Kids Kindness

Every parent wants their kid to grow up to be a kind person. One great place to start is by modeling kindness yourself – and luckily, teachers and parents can also help encourage kindness in children by doing activities that help teach the quality.... Read More

Cold Weather Tips to Stay Safe in the Snow!

By: Eric Lupton, CEO, PoolFence.com Across the nation, snow has finally arrived. Kids may be excited for snow days and ice skating, but this can be a worrisome time for many parents. At Life Saver Pool Fence, we believe in keeping children safe all... Read More

Why Does My Netflix Subscription Price Continue To Increase?

Netflix on Tuesday announced its largest price hike since launching its streaming business 12 years ago, upping subscription rates anywhere from 13 to 18 percent. Effective immediately for newbies and being phased in over three months for current... Read More

NBCUniversal joins the streaming wars

The golden age of cord-cutting keeps getting more golden: In addition to streaming services from giants like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, another entertainment mainstay announced plans on Monday to introduce a new streaming service of their own. That... Read More

Have robocalls gotten worse since the government shutdown?

Don’t pick up that phone. Americans have been plagued with an increasing number of robocalls — and the government can’t do anything about it. Both the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) are closed due to... Read More

What to Do About Nutrition When You Have Diarrhea

Do stick with bland foods. One tried and true diet for diarrhea is the BRAT diet: bananas, rice, applesauce, and toast. Low in fiber, bland and starchy, these foods can help replace lost nutrients and firm your stools. According to the National... Read More

6 Home Projects That Cost Less Than a TV

Giving your home a little extra “umph” doesn’t have to cost thousands of dollars. In fact, you can dramatically improve the looks of your home for less than the cost of a new TV. Ready to find out how? Keep reading to discover the six projects... Read More

#Synamedia aims to End to Netflix Account Sharing

Chances are you probably share your Netflix account with someone else – either that, or you have access to someone else’s password.  Well, the streaming service could be set to crack down on those sharing their account widely with a new... Read More

A Foundation for Future Learning: Early STEM

It’s time to ramp up STEM in early childhood education, according to the Community for Advancing Discovery Research in Education (CADRE). CADRE is a network for STEM education researchers funded by the National Science... Read More

The Future of PoE Lighting

Energy-efficiency has driven the evolution of the light bulb, but the next iteration of the light bulb will launch it into the Era of the Internet of Things (IoT). As LED lights slowly replace compact fluorescent lights (CFL’s) due to greater... Read More

Microsoft Wants to Eliminate Passwords

The next version of Windows 10 will support passwordless Microsoft accounts. Microsoft will just text a code to your phone number when you sign in. It’s all part of Microsoft’s stated goal: “a world without passwords.” This feature is... Read More

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