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Forget Those Eyestrain Blues With These Blue-Light Blocking Glasses
The first pair of blue-light blocking glasses I ever owned were giant and frankly kind of ugly, but I wore them because looking at computer screens all day was giving me terrible headaches. Luckily the glasses industry has come around and realized that they can make blue-light blocking glasses that are stylish and useful!
E-Mail Checking Outside Work Hours May Be Hazardous to Your Health
Admit it...how many times have you checked your work e-mail during times you weren't working?  I'm guilty of it, too, many times, and the latest research says that it's a really bad thing to do.  Why?  The answer is simple.  Checking e-mails outside of work hours increases stress.  So, the more you do it, the more stress you feel and the higher level of stress you maintain on a consistent basis, w
Text Your Friends, Family and Now Your Appliances!
I know I’m not alone (in the 50+ age group) when I say that I wasn’t one of the first to text other people on my phone.  Actually, I was quite the hold out, and still am, when it comes to our changing technology.  I had a flip phone when most people had iPhones.  I began to text years after most people did.  I joined facebook only because my job required it.  So how long will I hold out on the lat
Disconnect from Technology and Reconnect with Family Members
Today's technology helps us connect with people all across the globe and, yet, it also causes us to disconnect with each other.  Back in October, I wrote about how today's technology appears to be stressing people out as well as disconnecting them from one another.  Too much technology in our lives can interfere with personal human interaction.   I was reminded of this the other evening when the f
Smartphones Get Smarter – Will Have Anti-Theft Kill Switches
Yesterday I posted a blog about a new type of cell phone battery and charging system that could allow us to recharge our phones in thirty seconds.  Now, how would you like to have a kill switch on your smartphone in case someone were to steal it?  Believe it or not, this is not just a concept, it's a reality.  Beginning this July, many smartphones will come equipped with a way for you to "kil
New Cell Phone Battery May Change Recharging Forever
Jenny and Emily typically set their cell phones on the kitchen counter each evening when going to bed and let them recharge overnight.  Why?  That's a convenient time to charge them, especially considering it takes an hour or two for the batteries to recharge.  When your cell phone is almost completely drained, do find that you have to wait for an hour or two for the battery to recharge?  This is
Watch This Guy Put So-Called Mediums on TV to Shame [Video]
If you've ever watched TV shows like 'Long Island Medium,' you've seen the stunned looks on people's faces when the psychics start to get positive "hits." The guy in the video above amazes strangers with specific information, but there's one catch: he's not even a little bit psychic.
radioPup Mobile App Now Available for Android
radioPup, the only mobile app that lets you to listen to NewsTalk 1280, is now available for Android users! Starting now, iPhone, iPod Touch, and Android users can listen to the Tri-State's best talk anytime, anywhere, for free. You can download radioPup and learn more about the app on our mobile app page ...

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