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Google quietly launched Helpouts, a how-to one-on-one video extension of its Hangouts. The new portal offers fee-based experts in areas such as arts and music, computers and electronics, cooking, education and careers, fashion and beauty, fitness and nutrition, health, and home and garden.
The Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday Microsoft could be looking to develop wearable smart glasses that could compete with the technology developed by rival Google.
San Francisco SOMA district’s corner of Market and 8th Streets blanketed by huge advertising canvases displayed on new 22 story apartment complex.
New York auto accident lawyer David Perecman encourages the launch of a New York State transportation study aimed at improving safety along a 14-mile stretch of road where eight pedestrians have
Instagram is set to begin running ads in users’ feeds, a move many have been expecting since its famous $1 billion buyout by Facebook in 2012.
While a new class of diabetes pill known as DPP-4 inhibitors does not appear to increase a person’s risk of heart attack, there is some indication that there could be other negative cardiovascular effects associated with the drugs.
Up to 73% of Business Owners Are Spending More, Planning to Hire and Predict Higher Revenues for 2013 Per A Wall Street Journal Study And Other Economic Indicators Barrington,
As the real estate market slowly begins its ascent once again, buyers are starting to look for more open spaces to enjoy which is quickly paying off for the current owners.
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