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Banking biometrics <--click for more

Traditional authentication methods have been failing for some time and banks are now looking for a more effective process. Technology can now look at specific biometric details like the shape of a larynx and vocal tract, and this is much more difficult to steal than a password -- hence the shift to so-called "biometric banking".

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Want To Live Rent and Electric Bill Free? <--click for more

If you've just had it with taking the subway, or sitting in an office, or just generally being around other people, you may be in luck. Slovakian firm Nice Architects has built an egg-shaped "Ecocapsule" that runs entirely on solar and wind energy, allowing its dweller(s) to live both literally, and figuratively, off the grid.

The completely self-sustaining portable home contains a 9,744 watt-hour battery, a 750 watt wind turbine, and high-efficiency solar cells that can support you for about a year in pretty much any location in the world, provided there is some sunlight. (It probably wouldn't work in a cave, for instance, should someone desire to live in one.)

The capsule also includes a rainwater collection and filtration system. Inside, there's a kitchenette with running water, a flushable toilet, a shower, a bed, and work space. Nice Architects says the capsule, which is about 4.5 meters (14.7 feet) long and 2.4 meters (7.9 feet) wide, can comfortably fit two people.

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LG unveils ultra thin wallpaper TV <--click for more

Mounting a flat screen TV on the wall can be expensive and time consuming - and makes it very hard to redesign your room.

However, LG believes it has a solution.

The electronics giant has shown off an ultra-thin 'wallpaper TV' less than 1mm thick, and at 1.9kg so light it can be attached to the wall with magnets.

LG Display said the OLED TV is at the moment just a concept.

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Next Google Nexus Phone Might Be Based On This <--click for more

The rumor frenzy surrounding Google's upcoming new Nexus phone continues, as new details emerge about one of the two Nexus handsets that will supposedly launch this fall. Earlier rumors have suggested that both Huawei and LG are working on their own next-gen Nexus handsets, with the former model said to be the bigger handset of the two.

A new report now states that the Huawei Nexus phone will be built on top of the design of the Mate 8, an upcoming high-end handset expected to be released in the coming months.

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Bladeless wind turbines shake to generate electricity <--click for more

Farms dotted with the gigantic spinning blades of wind turbines have become a standard sight on long-distance road trips, but what if there was another way to capture energy from the wind? A startup out of Spain is working on that very idea. The company's called Vortex Bladeless, and its turbines look like stalks of asparagus poking out of the ground.

Instead of using the wind to rotate a blade, the company's pillars shake back and forth from the vortices created by the movement of air around the structure. Engineers look to avoid these forces when designing buildings and other structures, but the Vortex turbine takes advantage of this phenomenon to oscillate in the wind.

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U.S. to Run Out of IPv4 Addresses This Summer <--click for more

An Internet storm is brewing, and not everyone is prepared.

Specifically, we're running low on IPv4 addresses, a supply that is expected to be exhausted by this summer in North America. Every desktop and laptop, server, scanner, printer, modem, router, smartphone, and tablet is assigned an IP address, which serves as a unique identifier to track online movements.

As PCMag explained in 2011, IP version 4 (IPv4) is the most widely deployed standard. But there is a finite amount of these IP addresses that can be distributed, and it's crunch time. Asia and Europe are already out, and the U.S. is up next, according to The Wall Street Journal.

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Nine buck computer killing it on Kickstarter <--click for more

Who wants a $9 computer? A lot of people. While Apple may produce wildly sleek laptops and desktops for those with thousands of dollars to spend, those with a considerably smaller budget may be intrigued by CHIP, a Raspberry Pi-based motherboard that can be connected to peripherals (keyboard, monitor) and the Internet (via Wi-Fi).

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NSA phone record collection is excessive <--click for more

The bulk collection of Americans' phone records by the government exceeds what Congress has allowed, a federal appeals court said Thursday as it asked Congress to step in and decide how best to balance national security and privacy interests.

A three-judge panel of the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan permitted the National Security Agency program to continue temporarily as it exists, but all but pleaded for Congress to better define where the boundaries exist.

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Ron Paul predicts currency crisis <--click for more

Ron Paul is starring in an ad that warns darkly that the United States is teetering on the brink of a devastating financial crisis whose effects can only be avoided by following his investment advice.

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US Lowers Fluoride Recommendations <--click for more

The federal government has lowered the recommended level of fluoride in drinking water for the first time in five decades.

The Department of Health and Human Services is now advising water supply managers to reduce levels of the mineral to 0.7 milligrams per liter (mg/l). The previous recommendation, developed in 1962, advised communities to permit fluoride concentrations between 0.7 and 1.2 mg/l.

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NBC developing series based on The Beatles <--click for more

A drama series based on The Beatles? According to rumors, NBC might actually be doing this. An eight-eposite series is purportedly in the works, although we will have to see if it comes to fruition.

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Alternative To Solar Power <--click for more

Have you heard of the Rawlemon device? It's set to innovate the way we harness power from the sun. Photo-voltaic cells by themselves are very inneficient, but this device moves around, tracking the sun, and gathers light in a concenrated way that really does solar power justice. Check it out HERE


Backlink Express <--click for more

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Ekobrew Elite Reusable Filter <--click for more

I admit it. I am a coffee fanatic. I have at least two cups a day, and I've just now been trying out the Keurig k-cup coffee maker. It's a great little device. But it has a problem. It's expensive! Those little k-cups cost about 50 cents a piece if you can find a really good deal. Even at that, it costs about a dollar a day to get my fix. Certainly not as bad as stopping off at Starbucks, but it does add up. So, I ventured online and found a great little device on Amazon. It's called the Ekobrew Elite, and it's a reusable filter for your Keurig. Put in the ground beans of your choice and you're good to go. A pound of nice coffee will run about $10, and you can certainly make more than 20 cups of coffee with it. Maybe about 50 or so. That comes to about 20 cents per cup. Less than half the cost of using a new k-cup each time. And you have complete control of your coffee, which is really nice if it doesn't come in k-cups yet.

Order the Ekobrew Elite Reusable Filter from Amazon HERE.


Ivory Tower Group Spintax Tool <--click for more

Ivory Tower Group has just created a new tool, and it's absolutely free. It's for generating your own unique articles using spintax. If you have a few documents with embedded spintax, and you want to create unique versions, run it through our spintax tool. It works quickly and will give you the random text you want, without the need for any expensive software.

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Playing with Stress Management Balls <--click for more

The best method for managing stress is through the meditative arts. Meditation can lead to a state of ultimate happiness. But in this mad, mad world, many say that they don't have time to meditate. What a strange paradox! Meditation leads you to happiness, yet you can't find a moment to become happy? Don't allow stress to get you down. If you have little time for meditation, consider the use of stress management balls.

Stress management balls are great. They are small, and you can take them almost anywhere. If you are feeling stress, take one in your hands and squeeze. Play with it in style. It will take care of your tensions and concerns. It will give you the diversion you need from the brooding state of your mind. It's better for you to have something else to do instead of the useless thinking that starts increasing your stress and tension levels.


Free Comic Book Day is May 4 <--click for more

When the doors open for Free Comic Book Day -- an annual event that's grown in stature from a few stores to some 2,000 worldwide -- publishers and purveyors of tales of heroes and villains will court new readers who, despite the ease of digital displays, are making time for and spending money on comics printed on paper.

Retailers say the turnout and scope of the event, which began in 2002, is giving them and the industry a chance to tout their success by giving away 4.6 million comic books featuring everything from Superman to "The Walking Dead" to Gilbert Hernandez's "Marble Season." It will be held on Saturday.


Moon photography tips <--click for more

Cameras will need to be held steady and have a way to enlarge the image of the moon as it moves across the sky. For observers on the U.S. West Coast, Alaska, and Hawaii, photographing a lunar eclipse early Wednesday, Nov. 28, is pretty straightforward: You.ll need to use basically the same camera gear and technique as when shooting an un-eclipsed full moon.


Tesla Model S is Motor Trend Car of the Year <--click for more

Motor Trend magazine has named the Tesla Model S its Car of the Year. The magazine's staff selected the all-electric plug-in luxury car out of a field of 11 finalists that included models such as the Ford Fusion, Porsche 911 and Hyundai Azera. It is the first time the magazine's Car of the Year award has ever gone to an all-electric car.


Stonehenge Yields New Secrets <--click for more

Stonehenge, one of world's the most famous ancient landmarks, has been studied for centuries. Now, new evidence provides insight into the construction of the famous stone circle.


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