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Op-Ed: How much of your brain do you really use?

How much of the brain do we employ and how much remains unused? What would happen if we could release the full potential of our brains?

Inmate escapes prison by 'using spoon'

Moscow - A man who has been charged with two counts of murder has escaped from one of the best guarded detention centers in Russia. The man may have used a spoon to break himself out of jail.

Op-Ed: Spaghetti sauce can be used as a weapon to rob a bank

Robbers usually tend to bring guns and knives to a bank robbery. They are the robbers' go to weapons when they want to send a message across or create a threat. What about spaghetti sauce?

Half of Americans think bad weather affects 'cloud computing'

The survey has found that while many Americans have heard of cloud computing, they don't really understand what it means. Most believe it can be affected by the weather, while some think it refers to pillows, drugs, toilet paper or a mysterious network.

Stem Cells May Provide Breakthrough For Heart Patients

The American College of Cardiology conference Scientists have announced they were able to use stem cells to treat patients with heart failure.

Energy saving revisited

New standards for electric consumption by computers and TVs are in the works

technology that is helping IRAQI people live amidist turmoil

most of IRAQI families are remaining in tension and how technology like mobile phone and internet bringing some relaxation

Belgian Grocery Store use Pacman Concept in Ads

The Belgian Delhaize chain is airing a series of ads which see's a Pacman like figure gobble all kinds of groceries. It is straight to the point that there food is A1, but who knows if Namco may react to it..

Use your iPod as the ultimate presentation accessory!

Become the best at presentations.

How To Use iTunes With Any MP3 Players

An easy way to get your non-iPod Mp3 player working with iTunes.

1 in 4 Surfers use FIrefox

The numbers are based on an analysis of 6,974,802 distinct visits across 4,018 websites. It shows that a combination of Firefox 1.0, 1.5, 2.0 have 24% of the market (with Mozilla that number moves to 26%).
 

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Great Basin Bristlecone Pine (Pinus longaeva) trees  in the Methuselah Grove of the Ancient Bristlec...
Great Basin Bristlecone Pine (Pinus longaeva) trees, in the Methuselah Grove of the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest in the White Mountains of eastern California. Methuselah, was the world's oldest tree, at 5,065 years old.
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