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The Future of Mobility [Infographic] 1

What does the future hold for cellphone users? With five billion mobile phones in the world, 80% of the world’s population now owns a cellphone. Forty-five percent of Americans are

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Cheap DIY Projects to Add Storage Space in Your Home 1

Practically every home needs more storage space, but hiring a contractor to customize your storage spaces can be astronomical. However, there are some ways to add storage to your home

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Facts on Becoming a Successful Handyman 0

A person who is considering the occupation of handyman may have a lot of questions about this line of work. The following looks at the job responsibilities of a handyman,

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The Post-PC Revolution [Infographic] 0

Computer users are going mobile with the availability of smartphones and tablets. There are currently more than 1.038 billion smartphones in use and media tablet sales reached 118.9 million in

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Shop ‘til you drop in L.A. 1

Image by kla4067 L.A. sprawls across a wide geographical area, but if you’re looking for a unique shopping experience, you can find just about everything under the sun here! I

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Yes Wii Can…For Haiti 3

[summarized via Eventbrite] I’m loving this story and this idea. A hospitality management major at Cal State—East Bay, Kaity McGrath opened the winter quarter with an open-ended assignment: conceive and

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Gain A Knowledge Of Your Web Hosting Options 1

Image via Wikipedia People start websites for a number of reasons. Some just want one that serves as a place to capture their daily thoughts, such as in a blog.

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Danica Patrick Launching Fragrance 2

SA Fragrances, an innovator in the fragrance industry recently announced the signing of a global licensing agreement with sports and beauty icon Danica Patrick, to develop and market a Danica

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That LA Public Transportation Is Brutal 0

Holy smokes ! This isn’t the first video I’ve posted about absolute craziness happening on the local transportation in the Los Angeles area (and I can almost guarantee it won’t be the

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