Study Indicates Exercise May Help Cure Cancer

Researchers have known for some time now that certain types of cancer tumors can send out biochemical signals to create more blood vessels so that the growing tumor gets more oxygen. However, sometimes these blood vessels grow so quickly and in such a tangled way that they end up being counter-productive and actually deprive the […]

FreedomPop’s New WiFi Service

Since 2011, FreedomPop has been providing consumers with cellular voice and data plans for free or at very low cost. The company has now expanded their services by offering phone and tablet users unlimited WiFi data at over 10 million hot spots across the country, which cover over 120 million people. This service will only […]

Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge On Sale April 10th

Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge will officially go on sale to the public later next month, the exact same day that Apple puts its new Apple Watch up for sale. On April 10th you’ll be able to pre-order the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge directly from Samsung. The phone represent the next generation […]

Soon You Might Be Able To Pay Your Bills in Gmail

Soon you might be able to pay your bills directly inside Gmail. Google is reportedly working on a new service called Pony Express that will allow you to pay the bills you receive in your Gmail inbox without ever having to leave your inbox. That means you won’t have to worry about launching new browser […]

Tag Heuer Plans To Launch a Smartwatch

Tag Heuer reportedly plans on unveiling a smartwatch on Thursday, a luxury watch aimed at fighting Apple who will have a smartwatch going on sale next month. Watchmakers are looking to create luxury watches that compete with the Apple Watch, but appeal to high-end customers who might otherwise consider Apple’s pricey 18k watch that is priced at […]

Google Unveils New Chromebook Pixel

Google unveiled the newest version of its Chromebook Pixel laptop on Wednesday. The Chromebook pixel has a high-resolution touchscreen than the previous version and can last for 12 hours on a single charge. Even better than its battery life is how long it takes the computer to charge. According to Google, you can get 2 […]

Wikimedia Foundation Suing NSA and DoJ

Wikimedia Foundation, which runs Wikipedia the free online encyclopedia, has announced that they will sue the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) and the National Security Agency (NSA). Wikimedia is challenging the federal government’s mass use of mass surveillance. Wikimedia claims in their lawsuit that Upstream surveillance, as the NSA’s mass surveillance of the Internet is […]

Wonderful New Post-Surgery Health Apps Arrive

  Anyone who thinks the sole purpose of innovative apps is to provide leisure time diversions is sorely mistaken. Just look at some of the new health apps that have been developed that is always advertising. One new health app is intended to help patients recovering from surgery to be more in control of […]

Daylight Savings Time Can Cause Social Jet Lag

If you have found it difficult to wake up in the morning and feel groggy all day since the time change this past Sunday, you’re not alone. So many people find making the transition to Daylight Savings Time so difficult, there’s a name for it; social jet lag. Social jet lag is just a fancy […]

Spider Venom May Lead to New Pain Killers with Fewer Side Effects

Some good news, albeit creepy, is coming out of Australia. Researchers at the University of Queensland in conjunction with the Amen Clinics have discovered that the molecular actions which are responsible for transmitting pain signals to the brain can be clocked by peptides in spider venom, thereby shutting off the pain. This new pain-killing method, […]