Monthly Archives: April 2015

TomTom Announces the Bandit Action Camera

GPS company TomTom has take all its knowledge of directional systems and put them into an action camera. Called Bandit, the camera connects to your smartphone and sends video from the camera directly there where you can edit it or … Continue reading

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Legacy of Lebron: Is 2015 His Year?

LeBron James is, perhaps, the most divisive player in NBA history. Sure there have been guys that were much more maligned, and rightfully so. There have been guys that were huge busts, wastes of cap space, and downright criminal off … Continue reading

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Senator Bernie Sanders to Announce a Presidential Run on Thursday

Within 24 hours, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders will announce his campaign to capture the Democrat Party’s nomination. Sanders, age 73, is expected to run as a pure unabashed liberal free of the constrictions and conflicts of interest dogging the Clinton … Continue reading

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Exercise or Sugar Intake?

To be healthier we need to exercise more. That is what we are told again and again. Parents are warned to make sure that their children are always active. Teens are encouraged to work out. Adults are told that they … Continue reading

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President Obama Relaxes as 2nd Term Comes to Close

As his second term comes to a close one can tell that President Obama is calm. He has always been cool, but this a new type of Obama. At a recent White House function he got the character from the … Continue reading

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Jay Z and the Tidal/Apple Battle

When Jay Z announced he was launching a cool new app designed to stream music, the entertainment industry took note. A short while ago, the CEO of Sony Music announced streaming services are possibly the last stand for artists hoping … Continue reading

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Obama Will Back Hillary Clinton

President Obama is expected to officially back Hillary Clinton’s run for the White House, but that doesn’t mean that he’s going to make her run for the office an easy one. Clinton’s current run for the office seems to embrace … Continue reading

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DEA Official Steps Down After Causing A lot of Controversy

The first woman to lead a field office for the Drug Enforcement Agency, Michele Leonhart, has announced she will be stepping down from her highly regarded position at the DEA. Leonart has been somewhat of a thorn in the side … Continue reading

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Netflix Valued Higher than Network Giant CBS

Netflix has really come a long way; probably more so than any other internet company in the last three years. Watching the rise of Netflix now is a little like watching the rise of Google ten years ago. You can … Continue reading

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Getting Fit The Old Fashioned Way

Every day millions of people leave their stuffy cubicles, classrooms, and coffee shops, to hit the gym and hamster around for an hour or so, in an effort to release as many calories as they can back into the ether. … Continue reading

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