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We’re familiar with the lexicon: Businesses and organizations often ask their fans and followers to “like” them on Facebook. But are these likes worth the expense and effort?
Scientists from the Washington University School of Medicine recently revealed that they have developed a “timeline” that shows early signs of Alzheimer’s, even with unseen progress.
Signs of the recession can be seen throughout the different industries, including the health care sector. In Portugal, thousands of doctors and nurses went on strike to bring awareness to cuts in the health budget.
Last summer, rioters took to the UK streets to loot and pillage in protest of the shooting of Mark Duggan by police in Tottenham, North London.
The U.K. government is embracing the future by working on regulations in order to allow the operation of spaceplanes.
Researchers are working on a way to turn the fabric of a simple piece of clothing into a "supercapacitor" capable of providing power to mobile devices on the go.
An American scientist currently developing a device that would allow Professor Stephen Hawking to "write" words with his brain waves is scheduled to present his latest findings at a consciousness conference in the UK city of Cambridge.
It's an evil triangle that touches all three of the major search engines. Microsoft engineer Terri Zink uncovered spam revealing a botnet running on Android mobile phones using Yahoo! Mail.
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