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We are just beginning to accept “smart cars,” and now we could be living in “smart cities.” As reported in Reuters, the U.S. Transportation Department is beginning a project to use wireless communication technology that would allow vehicles to exchange data to other vehicles. The main...

There are few things we Americans love more than air conditioning. Air conditioners provide an essential respite from the sweltering heat of summer, helping...

According to a recent report, more merchants are installing EMV card readers to reduce liability to their businesses from fraudulent transactions. This...

Current trends indicate that consumers in the U.S. will spend nearly $370 billion online by 2017. However, even though business may be booming, new research...

Confidence in TV ads has plummeted in the era of digital video, but a new analysis shows that TV ads are actually still the most effective advertising...

Facebook has become one of the most powerful, influential forces online. There are 1.44 billion monthly active Facebook users, 65% of whom use...

A new bill currently making its way through Congress would remove even more barriers to veterans’ access to telemedicine, making it easier...

The most startling anomaly that signals more bad news for Earth’s climate: the more air conditioning humans use, the warmer the planet gets...

Recent data from the Pew Research Center and a U.S. Census Bureau survey shows that Millennials are starting to become even more influential, now...

Many companies are underutilizing marketing tools, leading to fewer leads and even fewer sales than they’d like, a new study released by CSO...