Friday - Oct 30, 2020
  • Can Police Foretell Crime?

    Can Police Foretell Crime?

    Law fighting agencies world wide have  been losing the battle in the technology war. However, this is about to change as many urban police departments are embracing modern technology to thwart criminal efforts before they happen. The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) is leading the way to computerize the fight against sophisticated criminal gangs in

  • Understanding Fashion – Why Women are so Hooked

    Understanding Fashion – Why Women are so Hooked gallery

    Fashion is fleeting Trends are created every day to replace the fashion of yesterday. The greatest designers of our time; Coco Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent and Christian Dior all agree.  Even great fashion has no real identity and women are only drawn to it because it is fun and fanciful. Women and their fashion accessories are like Men

  • We Are Heading Towards A Cashless Society

    We Are Heading Towards A Cashless Society

    Has it ever occurred to you that you can pay your house help through Paypal? What about paying your shopping docket with your mobile device? These questions may not ring bells to many consumers today but they will be very relevant in the near future. Mobile phone payments are actually in use as we speak,

  • How Does GPS Work?

    How Does GPS Work?

    GPS is easily one of the most revolutionary technologies of our time, but also one of the least understood technologies. Never mind that we depend on GPS daily to get directions to unfamiliar places, monitor weather patterns, execute rescue operations, follow stock market trades and even direct the operations of our military. Most of us

  • FDA Supports HPV Test for Cervical Cancer Examination

    FDA Supports HPV Test for Cervical Cancer Examination

    Recently, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced its endorsement for the use of Human Papillomavirus Test or HPV test as a primary screening tool for cervical cancer.   This development is significant in the field of health care because HPV test is the first ever DNA test that is approved by FDA.  The screening test

  • How To Boost Home Wi-Fi – A Useful List to Go Through

    Wi-Fi is everywhere these days, and you would think that with the latest technology and improvements, that reception would be a problem of the past. However, plenty of people are still getting lackluster signals in their homes, and feeling like your mobile USB key or cellphone Internet has better reception than the connection set up

  • Why Being in Debt is a good idea

    Why Being in Debt is a good idea

    Almost everyone living in  developed countries has some degree of debt. People go into debt to pay for items such as education, homes or  business start up – and then, there are some people who use debt for everyday living expenses like food and clothing. Debt is the money a party borrows from another, usually a bank or a store,  to pay for goods they don't

  • Google Self-Driving Car – No More Steering Wheel

    Google Self-Driving Car – No More Steering Wheel

    Google's self-driving car project is certainly causing a lot of interest, it is one of the most talked about projects on the web, and it doesn't look like it's going to stop being a hot topic with the latest video entitled “A First Drive” released by the Google Driving Car Project on YouTube. This video

  • Signs of a Pending Heart Attack

    Signs of a Pending Heart Attack

    Heart attack, also known as acute myocardial infarction, is a disease that is known for being the main killer of the population of the United States.  By holding 40 percent of the annual deaths in the U.S., heart attacks have a wider spread than any other disease, including cancer in all of its forms. Taking