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Google+ Halts Early Invites

Google+ Halts Early Invites
In another attempt to harness the power of social media, Google announced its Plus function on Tuesday, inviting only a handful of tech insiders to give it a try. On Wednesday, the exclusive users had the chance to invite whomever they wanted to be a part of early development. But almost immediately thereafter, Google Vice President Vic Gundotra put a halt on the free-for-all invites.

Human Overuse of Resources Calls for Second Earth

Human Overuse of Resources Calls for Second Earth
According to a UK study, growth of the population and an increasing consumption of resources could leave humans in need of a second planet as early as 2030.

Newest Final Cut Less Than Stellar

Newest Final Cut Less Than Stellar
The latest edition of Apple’s video-editing series Final Cut Pro has been receiving a less-than-happy response from users since its digital-only release last Tuesday. 

The Practical Political Scientist

The Practical Political Scientist
"A feeble body weakens the mind." Swiss philosopher Jean Jacques Rousseau said those words over 200 years ago. But for Dr. Roger D. Masters, a Research Professor of Government at Dartmouth College, that idea is still relevant today.

Vital Technology

Vital Technology
Electromagnetic fields (EMF) are a matter of increasing concern to doctors and health professionals.  In the past 15 years, EMF studies in the United States and in Sweden have demonstrated a link between electromagnetic fields from power lines and certain types of cancers in both children and adults.

Rapid Response

Rapid Response
Mike Moriarty’s environmental consulting team wastes no time when problems arise.

A Simpler System

A Simpler System
In the field of health care, TECNEX offers solutions for overcomplicated technology.

Fostering Inquisitive Minds

Fostering Inquisitive Minds
Even the biggest and brightest scientific breakthroughs begin with a single idea, and it’s Patricia Marsteller’s job to light the spark.

The Dig’s Up

The Dig’s Up
With the right technology, one small business can investigate underground problems without major excavation.

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