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Life coach and Greek-American author Kiros Pantelis opened up about his new book, "Angels Watching Over Me: A New Age Odyssey," as well as reiki.
Due to the rising cases of train delays, a Japanese railway company plans to intensify the campaign that urges passengers not to use their smartphones when getting on or off trains.
On Thursday, Philadelphia became the first major city in America with a soda tax, regardless of the beverage industry's effort to block it.
In the bizarre morals of corporate America, where it’s OK to trash the economy but not to smoke grass, Microsoft has been the first to actually work with legal marijuana in the marketplace.
After traveling nearly 1.8 billion miles (2.8 billion kilometers), NASA's Juno probe is only five days away from an historic encounter with Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system, and the planet the greatest distance away from our sun.
Europe's trailblazing Rosetta spacecraft will end its mission on September 30, reuniting with robot lab Philae on the surface of a comet hurtling through the Solar System, mission control said Thursday.
Researchers are utilizing nanoscale technology to design machines aimed at disease detection. These promise faster and more accurate diagnosis of patients.
New research suggests that women who avoid breast cancer have a different microbial profile (microbiome) to those who are at a greater risk of contracting the disease.
Things have gone from bad to worse as Rio de Janeiro prepares for the Summer Olympics, just 36 days from now. Police say body parts washed up on Copacabana Beach, right in front of the beach volleyball venue on Wednesday.
Manny Pacquiao's promoter Bob Arum has made reservation for a pay-per-view fight at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada on Oct. 15 but the veteran promoter has yet to disclose who among his fighters will show up at the reserved venue
It is beginning to sound like a fight between Manny Pacquiao and Adrien Broner is a done deal. And judging from the comments of Pacquiao trainer, Freddie Roach, a KO Pacquiao KO may also be a done deal. And after that it will be Floyd Mayweather's turn.
When Adrien Broner's name was floated as Manny Pacquiao's next opponent, Freddie Roach welcomed the idea of watching them together in the ring as he immediately bared his plan for a knockout win by Pacquiao.
Life coach and Greek-American author Kiros Pantelis opened up about his new book, "Angels Watching Over Me: A New Age Odyssey," as well as reiki.
Due to the rising cases of train delays, a Japanese railway company plans to intensify the campaign that urges passengers not to use their smartphones when getting on or off trains.
On Thursday, Philadelphia became the first major city in America with a soda tax, regardless of the beverage industry's effort to block it.
In the bizarre morals of corporate America, where it’s OK to trash the economy but not to smoke grass, Microsoft has been the first to actually work with legal marijuana in the marketplace.
People living in areas prone to earthquakes often use social media to get other people's real-time reactions to the shaking and to get an idea of the severity of the quake. Google now provides useful information about quakes, right after they occur.
After months of speculation, Google has officially announced the sweet-themed nickname for Android N, the next major Android release. The update will be known as "Nougat" and follows names including Lollipop and Marshmallow.
HP has expanded its range of ultra-portable cloud-based Chromebooks with a new laptop capable of lasting for up to 12.5 hours on a single charge. The HP Chromebook 11-inch G5 is indicative of the growing popularity of Google's Chrome OS.
A man has filed a lawsuit against Apple alleging the company's iPhone, iPad and iPod products infringe on his designs for an "Electronic Reading Device" created over 20 years ago. He is seeking over $10 billion in damages from the company.
Life coach and Greek-American author Kiros Pantelis opened up about his new book, "Angels Watching Over Me: A New Age Odyssey," as well as reiki.
Due to the rising cases of train delays, a Japanese railway company plans to intensify the campaign that urges passengers not to use their smartphones when getting on or off trains.
On Thursday, Philadelphia became the first major city in America with a soda tax, regardless of the beverage industry's effort to block it.
In the bizarre morals of corporate America, where it’s OK to trash the economy but not to smoke grass, Microsoft has been the first to actually work with legal marijuana in the marketplace.
Life coach and Greek-American author Kiros Pantelis opened up about his new book, "Angels Watching Over Me: A New Age Odyssey," as well as reiki.
Due to the rising cases of train delays, a Japanese railway company plans to intensify the campaign that urges passengers not to use their smartphones when getting on or off trains.
On Thursday, Philadelphia became the first major city in America with a soda tax, regardless of the beverage industry's effort to block it.
In the bizarre morals of corporate America, where it’s OK to trash the economy but not to smoke grass, Microsoft has been the first to actually work with legal marijuana in the marketplace.
Life coach and Greek-American author Kiros Pantelis opened up about his new book, "Angels Watching Over Me: A New Age Odyssey," as well as reiki.
Due to the rising cases of train delays, a Japanese railway company plans to intensify the campaign that urges passengers not to use their smartphones when getting on or off trains.
On Thursday, Philadelphia became the first major city in America with a soda tax, regardless of the beverage industry's effort to block it.
In the bizarre morals of corporate America, where it’s OK to trash the economy but not to smoke grass, Microsoft has been the first to actually work with legal marijuana in the marketplace.
Life coach and Greek-American author Kiros Pantelis opened up about his new book, "Angels Watching Over Me: A New Age Odyssey," as well as reiki.
Due to the rising cases of train delays, a Japanese railway company plans to intensify the campaign that urges passengers not to use their smartphones when getting on or off trains.
On Thursday, Philadelphia became the first major city in America with a soda tax, regardless of the beverage industry's effort to block it.
In the bizarre morals of corporate America, where it’s OK to trash the economy but not to smoke grass, Microsoft has been the first to actually work with legal marijuana in the marketplace.
Life coach and Greek-American author Kiros Pantelis opened up about his new book, "Angels Watching Over Me: A New Age Odyssey," as well as reiki.
Due to the rising cases of train delays, a Japanese railway company plans to intensify the campaign that urges passengers not to use their smartphones when getting on or off trains.
On Thursday, Philadelphia became the first major city in America with a soda tax, regardless of the beverage industry's effort to block it.
In the bizarre morals of corporate America, where it’s OK to trash the economy but not to smoke grass, Microsoft has been the first to actually work with legal marijuana in the marketplace.
Life coach and Greek-American author Kiros Pantelis opened up about his new book, "Angels Watching Over Me: A New Age Odyssey," as well as reiki.
Due to the rising cases of train delays, a Japanese railway company plans to intensify the campaign that urges passengers not to use their smartphones when getting on or off trains.
On Thursday, Philadelphia became the first major city in America with a soda tax, regardless of the beverage industry's effort to block it.
In the bizarre morals of corporate America, where it’s OK to trash the economy but not to smoke grass, Microsoft has been the first to actually work with legal marijuana in the marketplace.
Life coach and Greek-American author Kiros Pantelis opened up about his new book, "Angels Watching Over Me: A New Age Odyssey," as well as reiki.
Due to the rising cases of train delays, a Japanese railway company plans to intensify the campaign that urges passengers not to use their smartphones when getting on or off trains.
On Thursday, Philadelphia became the first major city in America with a soda tax, regardless of the beverage industry's effort to block it.
In the bizarre morals of corporate America, where it’s OK to trash the economy but not to smoke grass, Microsoft has been the first to actually work with legal marijuana in the marketplace.
Life coach and Greek-American author Kiros Pantelis opened up about his new book, "Angels Watching Over Me: A New Age Odyssey," as well as reiki.
Due to the rising cases of train delays, a Japanese railway company plans to intensify the campaign that urges passengers not to use their smartphones when getting on or off trains.
On Thursday, Philadelphia became the first major city in America with a soda tax, regardless of the beverage industry's effort to block it.
In the bizarre morals of corporate America, where it’s OK to trash the economy but not to smoke grass, Microsoft has been the first to actually work with legal marijuana in the marketplace.
Life coach and Greek-American author Kiros Pantelis opened up about his new book, "Angels Watching Over Me: A New Age Odyssey," as well as reiki.
Due to the rising cases of train delays, a Japanese railway company plans to intensify the campaign that urges passengers not to use their smartphones when getting on or off trains.
On Thursday, Philadelphia became the first major city in America with a soda tax, regardless of the beverage industry's effort to block it.
In the bizarre morals of corporate America, where it’s OK to trash the economy but not to smoke grass, Microsoft has been the first to actually work with legal marijuana in the marketplace.
After carrying out research with representative users of its service, Facebook will change the design of its "like" button.
An Amsterdam court on Tuesday ruled in favour of extraditing a Dutchman to Canada where he is wanted on charges linked to the cyberbullying of a teenager who committed suicide in 2012.
A mom had trouble getting her son to do his chores such as taking out the garbage. The 20-year-old was so engrossed on the Internet he never got around to it so his mother used social media to get his attention.
A group of artists, including Taylor Swift, U2, Sir Elton John, and Sir Paul McCartney, have joined a campaign to get online copyright laws reformed.
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