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Sunday, January 19, 2014
The chatter is fast-paced and the laughter infectious in the studios of Lagos radio station Wazobia FM.
2014/1/19
Friday, January 17, 2014
American Innovation Center opens in Taipei
The first American Innovation Center in Asia kicked off in downtown Taipei's Songshan Cultural Creative Park (松山文創園區) yesterday, as part of a joint Taiwan-United States effort to promote digital learning, the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) said yesterday.
2014/1/17
Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Are people with kids happier than people without? In the United States, those with and without kids rate their lives about the same, but globally children tend to diminish well-being, said a study Monday.
2014/1/15
Islamization fears at Pakistan's top university
The Pakistan studies lecturer is in mid-flow when his students stand and rush for the door -- his class interrupted yet again by the call to prayer.
2014/1/15
Monday, January 13, 2014
Austrian women revive traditional hunting skills
It's raining hard and almost dark as Walter Rienzner, perched on a raised shooting platform, drops the bombshell in a whisper: women might be better hunters than men.
2014/1/13
Your child is really cute! What about taking up modeling? Many parents hear that compliment and wonder if they should put their son or daughter on the books of a modeling agency.
2014/1/13
Saturday, January 11, 2014
Gabriel Bestard-Ribas got tired of his house keys scratching his smartphone in his pocket, so he combined them.
2014/1/11
Internet eyewear much in view at Consumer Electronics Show
While many of the digital glitterati thronging this week's Consumer Electronics Show were wearing Google's new Internet glasses, rival online eyewear products abounded among the trade stands.
2014/1/11
Even over the moonscape Nevada desert, even in a 1950s seaplane, the Internet is there.
2014/1/11
Thursday, January 9, 2014
Scientists in Switzerland said Tuesday they can create electronic chips so flexible they can be wrapped around a human hair. The technique entails building an electronic circuit on top of a sandwich of polyvinyl layers perched on a hard base. The wafer is then placed in water, which dissolves two of the polyvinyl layers and causes the base to be released, sinking to the bottom of the lab dish.
2014/1/9
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