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Alcohoot: Drink Responsibly
April 15th, 2014 by Devon Travern
It may be shameful to admit, but as adults, chances are we’ve all had a similar situation. After a fun night at the bar, the club, or maybe a lounge of some sort, we sit in the car preparing to leave and that little thought pops into our heads. We ask ourselves if maybe we’ve had too much to drink.

Mashable's Tweet Spoiled 'Game of Thrones'
April 14th, 2014 by Jessica Cherok
Sunday night, a mere two minutes after the new episode of Game of Thrones aired, Mashable tweeted a spoiler. And then the Internet exploded. Well, almost. Certainly Mashable isn’t the first to drop a spoiler, and they likely won’t be the last. But for many, it was the fact that they should have known better. After all, this is a company that touts itself as being “a leading source for news, information, and resources for the Connected Generation.”
Pop-Up Notifications Coming to Twitter
April 11th, 2014 by Jessica Cherok
If you use twitter.com, you are about to get some web notifications. The social media network announced recently that users on their site will get a real-time pop-up notification whenever someone else on the platform engages with them. Hurray for no more delays! For most Twitter users, this will be most helpful when receiving a direct message in your inbox.
Biometric Passwords Not Too Far Off
April 10th, 2014 by Jessica Cherok
Worried about the security of your passwords, but find yourself fumbling to remember a myriad of alphanumeric jumbles? Never fear, because biometric password keepers might just be the thing for you. Apple’s iPhone 5S already uses fingerprint identification to unlock the phone, and to make purchases within iTunes.
3D Printing Expo Showcases What's Next
April 10th, 2014 by Luke Willoughby
Last week’s 3D Printing Conference and Expo at the Javits Center in New York City demonstrated the exciting potential of the emerging industry. Some, like the former editor-in-chief of Wired magazine Chris Anderson, expect 3D printing to be "larger than the web."
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