Rainn Wilson took to Twitter to apologize after an admittedly “poorly conceived” joke about getting date raped to Led Zeppelin yielded some online criticism. The man behind so many great Office quotes, whose Twitter is usually a must-read, wasted no time in realizing the error of his tweet-first, think-later ways. “Apparently my poorly conceived date-rape […]
PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 31-Oct-2013 [ | E-mail ] Share Contact: Noah FiererNoah.Fierer@colorado.edu303-492-5615University of Colorado at Boulder America’s once-abundant tallgrass prairieswhich have all but disappearedwere home to dozens of species of grasses that could grow to the height of a man, hundreds of species of flowers, and herds of roaming bison.
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ScienceDaily (Feb. 19, 2012) ? Global warming has forced alpine chipmunks in Yosemite to higher ground, prompting a startling decline in the species’ genetic diversity, according to a new study by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley. The study, appearing Feb. 19, in the advance online publication of the journal Nature Climate Change, is […]
by admin on April 3, 2012 Whenever bankruptcy occurs among businesses and individuals in the United States, proper procedures must be followed to avoid Internal Revenue Service (IRS) problems. In the U.S., most states have practically similar procedures but there are always variations. This can mean that proper information is important which means that reading […]
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Excited to play the Destiny on PlayStation Network? You’re not the only one, and demand as the game’s beta opened its doors today seems to have the service stumbling. A message on the PlayStation Knowledge Center says PSN access is “Intermittently…
In the extreme world of bacteria, stunts such as living in hot springs or without oxygen are, like, totally unimpressive. But then there are bacteria that live off electricity, feeding directly on naked electrons. Even more surprisingly, scientists are finding that these bacteria are not even that rare.
Tesla Motors makes beautiful, quality electric automobiles. Don’t just take it from us; Consumer Reports rated the Tesla Model S the “best overall” car in its 2014 Top Picks report (which includes all non-electric cars as well). Yet, despite Tesla…
Cabin is a new battery case for your iPhone that easily attaches itself to your phone using magnets. The 2200mAh battery attaches to the bottom of your device by use of the magnetic MicroAdapter that plugs into the Lightning port on your phone. The aluminum back of the Cabin serves to protect your device. The Cabin’s MagAdapter attaches to your Lightning cable so that you can charge your device without MicroAdapter.
The Cabin Dock lets you stand your phone up while it charges, and can hold your phone either with the Cabin case or without it. Both the Dock and the Lightning adapter for the Cabin still allow you to transfer data while connected.
The Cabin is expected to ship to backers in November 2014, and is planned to be available for around $120. The Dock should ship around the same time, and is expected to retail for $80.
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The MIT students who hacked together a Cuisinart soft-serve machine, a Solidoodle, and a freezer to create this wonderful 3D ice cream printer have no plans to commercialize it; they just built it as a proof-of-concept. And that’s too bad, because if perfected this machine has the potential to engineer a perfect ice cream cone that’s far less likely to topple.
The evolutionary design of the Qmadix Crave case combines tri-fused shock-absorbent material with a sophisticated outer shell that provides maximum protection for your iPhone. Take your pick from 5 unique color combinations!
If you’ve been thinking about picking up an Amazon tablet, the internet retailer could well force your hand with its latest deal. For today only, the company will sell you the 7-inch Kindle Fire HDX at an Â£80 discount, meaning you’ll be able to grab…
Journalists in the US and UK may be relatively safe from the government’s wrath when they report on surveillance leaks from the likes of Edward Snowden, but the Australian press may have to tread carefully before too long. Attorney General George…
Apple has agreed to pay a total of $450 million to resolve its long running court battle with U.S. federal and state governments, which claimed that the company conspired to fix prices for ebooks alongside five major book publishers.
The agreement was revealed in court documents this morning but still needs to be approved by U.S. District Judge Denise Cote, In addition, the settlement is still waiting for the decision of an appeal made in 2013 in a New York federal court that Apple was liable for violating antitrust laws.