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Siri Versus Google Voice Search — Who Wins?

We're sure Apple fanboys will have something to say about this. In a head-to-head contest between Siri and Google Voice Search, it looks like Siri is the loser.

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What’s the Craziest Way You’ve Destroyed Your Cell Phone? [SURVEY]

I hear about people destroying their phones all of the time.  Jumping into a pool with it in their pocket, dropping it to the ground or dropping it in the toilet.  That last one I'll never understand.  When you're at the toilet, you should be too busy to be using your phone.  But I digress.

A mobile insurance company released the five CRAZIEST ways clients have destroyed their phones this year.

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What Are the Worst Passwords Being Used This Year?

You would think that by now people would be utilizing stronger passwords to protect themselves from unsuspecting hackers. However, a recent study indicates that a lot of us are still as careless as ever and using the same weak, highly hackable passwords.

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Apple Introduces the iPad Mini, Which Is Like an iPad, Only Smaller

Just a few short weeks after the successful release of the iPhone 5, Apple unveiled its latest offering in the growing tablet computer market: the iPad Mini.

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First Warning Systems

Can a New Sports Bra Really Detect Breast Cancer?

Is possible for a bra to detect breast cancer?

Well, according to First Warning Systems, the answer is a resounding yes. The Reno, Nevada-based company says they have invented a sports bra that comes complete with built-in heat sensors that can allow doctors to see malignancies through a state-of-the-art thermal imprint.

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Newsweek to End Print Edition and Go Strictly Digital

After 80 years of delivering weekly world news by way of print publication, Newsweek has decided that it will eliminate its paper magazine at the end of the year and move forward with a strictly digital format.

The new subscription only online publication will be called Newsweek Global.

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Video Remote Interpretation (VRI) Machine Now Assists Patients, Doctors and Nurses at Bothwell Regional Health Center (Photo Courtesy of Bothwell Regional Health Center)

Bothwell Regional Health Center Implements Video Remote Interpretation

Bothwell Regional Health Center has many people use its health services and in this area. English, Spanish and Ukrainian languages are pretty frequent to the hospital. Bothwell Regional Health Center has an interpreter, Ruth Cuevas, who on an average month follows 80 patients through the various departments at the main hospital and another 80 to 100 patients at Bothwell OB/GYN Associates and the Diagnostic Center. That is a lot of work for one interpreter to do, plus the team of help under Cuevas guidance.

Bothwell Regional Health Center now has additional help with the Video Remote Interpretation (VRI) is available at Bothwell Regional Health Center as well as at Bothwell OB/GYN Associates. The new option for interpreter coverage expands and improves communication for Limited English Proficiency patients and their families.

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YouTube

10 Awesome Facts About the Internet You Didn’t Know

And because we can't do cat videos all day every day,* here are ten amazing facts about the internet. From how many likes there are on Facebook daily to the actual weight of the internet, this video just might blow your mind. (Hence the title.) Learn something new today, so you can watch a cat stuck in a jar over and over guilt-free!

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Red Bull Stratos

Breaking News – Man Parachutes From Edge of Space

Today a base-jumper named Felix Baumgartner attempted a record-breaking high altitude jump from the place where the Earth's atmosphere ends and space begins.

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The National Archives

Air Force Releases Declassified Flying Saucer Plans

The truth is out there! Well, sort of. The 'X-Files' gang were partially right: the National Archives recently published declassified "flying saucer" schematics and the details of the project, dubbed "Project 1974" that hailed from the 1950s.

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