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We spend an average of 1.3 years deciding what to watch on TV

The average person spends 474 days, based on an average lifespan, sitting in front of the television set deciding upon which program to tune into. At least that's the case according to the findings of an industry survey.

Op-Ed: Why search must succeed and be cohesive in Windows 10

If Windows 10 is to do only one thing right, it must be getting searching down to a finely-tuned art. After the disastrous full-screen interface of Windows 8, the new Start menu in Windows 10 needs to deliver the cohesive search once offered by Windows 7.

Scientific study reveals which diet programs work and don't work

A scientific study has revealed that most commercial diet programs can't provide one scrap of evidence that they work. After extensive analysis, the researchers have concluded that only two diet programs can be considered to be really effective.

Microsoft could be building a new budget Surface for Windows 10

Microsoft is reporting to be building a new variant of its popular Surface Pro 3 tablet that will be a lower-end replacement to the Windows RT Surface 2 of September 2013. The new tablet will run full Windows though and is designed to fill a range gap.

Mabuhay Germany celebrates German business Winning Moments in PH Special

Taguig - The German-Philippines Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GPCCI) formally opened their annual Mabuhay Germany event on Friday, October 7, 2011 to celebrate the partnerships fostered between Germany and the Philippines.

Abstinence Programs Proving Ineffective

A nonpartisan study by the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy is showing abstinence-only programs are ineffective in preventing unwanted teen pregnancies.

Entertaining TV programs make you eat, study finds

A Study says that entertaining shows makes one eat more than usual.

YouTube to offer old TV programs

YouTube, the popular online video sharing site owned by Google Inc., has signed a deal with Digital Music Group Inc. to offer such 1960s U.S. television programs as "I Spy" and "My Favourite Martian."

Microsoft says next system out in 2009

A Microsoft executive says the software giant plans to deliver its next client operating system less than two years after Vista finally hit stores.

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