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These 61 Map Tattoos Will Give You Major Wanderlust

If you feel like you're always halfway out the door and ready for the next adventure, then you probably have some serious wanderlust. Show your love for seeing every place imaginable with map tattoos that display the beauty of the world we live in. Related 40 Tiny Tattoos For Travel-Lovers 44 Quote Tattoos That Will Change Your Life

Coke Zero Gets Makeover as Coke Zero Sugar

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Coke Zero will be renamed Coke Zero Sugar in August 2017 -- the company says people didn’t always understand that Coke Zero’s name means it has no calories.

The PC is here to say - just like Microsoft Paint

In praise of older -- and newer -- software and why the PC will always have a role to play.

Best of Our Blogs: July 28, 2017

There will come a time when your parents, friends, and even your partner will disappoint you. We can’t stop people from saying the “wrong” thing to us. We can’t force them to always being there for us. We can’t protect our heart so we don’t feel […]

CGI and AI are going to turbo-charge 'fake news' and make it far harder to tell what's real

Most people trust what they watch — but that won't always be the case. Tech is being developed that will make it easy to create fake video footage of public figures or audio of their voice. The developments aren't perfect yet, but they...Show More Summary

A Startup CEO Shares the 1 Question He Always Asks During a Senior-Level Job Interview

Nailing a senior-level position can be tricky if you're not prepared for what questions will be asked. No matter how long you've been with a company, you should always expect the unexpected when it comes time to interview for a higher position. Show More Summary

Help Mastiff gauge interest in a physical release for Gurumin 3D

We here at Mastiff have been asked countless times via social media, over email, and in person if a physical edition of Gurumin on PC and 3DS will ever happen. The answer has always been 'yes, it is possible,' but waffled due to theShow More Summary

USC is the preseason Pac-12 favorite. Again. Will the Trojans finally match the hype?

Since 2009, Pete Carroll’s last season at USC, the Trojans have carried on a passionate and regular affair with preseason expectations. The fling always starts in the summer, hot and heavy. Pollsters cast amorous glances at USC’s talent and declare that USC is back. USC rides high on the love....

Antonio Brown, in chauffeured Rolls Royce, among players arriving to camp in style

NFL training camps always make for dramatic times. During the next month, teams will decide who’s on the roster, who’s off and who gets those coveted starting positions. But before any of that happens, players first have to show up, which is a spectacle of its own. Take Pittsburgh Steelers star Antonio Brown, for instance. On […]

Katy Perry to Host 2017 MTV Video Music Awards

The 2017 MTV Video Music Awards are always an insane ride, and this year's show finally has a host to corral the crazy. Katy Perry will MC the awards, and she's been hard at work preparing. "I've been training with MTV in zero gravity, eating astronaut ice cream, and I'm on a group text with Buzz... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Katy Perry

It’s Not Always Great to Have Wizards in the Family, as CP+B Shows for Fruit of the Loom

In the opening frames of this Fruit of the Loom ad by CP+B, CGI sizzles and swirls as a pair of pint-sized Harry Potters open a portal to another dimension in the living room. Yeah, kids will do that these days. Here's how it all plays out: Actually, they're not working magic. It's all in...

A Transgender Servicemember on How He’s Coping With Trump’s Ban

“We will continue to serve our nation as we always have, until they tell us that we can’t.”

How to Turn Failure into Success

“You will fall. And when you fall, the winner always gets up, and the loser stays down.”  -Arnold Schwarzenegger In this episode, we discuss another frequently requested question from listeners. I’ve gathered some of the best advice about coping with frustrations and roadblocks, and — ultimately — learning how to turn failure into success. These […]

You Can Now Enter a Beta for the Google Cast Receiver App

Google has opened up a beta for the Google Cast Receiver app, allowing developers to ensure their apps will always work when a new version is getting pushed. Sure, we aren’t developers, but we still want the latest builds out there, so anyone can join if you’re interested and own the required hardware. Show More Summary

John Powell Will Compose The ‘Han Solo’ Movie Score

John Williams will always be the king of Star Wars music, but as Lucasfilm continues to expand the franchise, they’ll need some help providing scores for their spin-off movies. Lost and Up composer Michael Giacchino already filled in...Show More Summary

Tough Hydrogel Swells in Stomach for Drug Delivery

Researchers at MIT and Brigham & Women’s Hospital have designed a hydrogel that can be swallowed and will stay in the stomach for several days as it delivers drugs. At present, patients don’t always take their medication as prescribed. In fact, this non-compliance costs the health-care system in the U.S. over $100 billion annually in […]

USB 3.2 will double bandwidth speeds without the need to replace old cables

USB was always designed to work on every device possible, but the introduction of Type-C made that a little bit complicated. While newer devices like the 2016 MacBook Pro could enjoy the benefits of the simple, reversible design with faster transfer speeds, older devices couldn’t. Show More Summary

Transforming the Buying Experience by Using Real-Time Data

Categories: eProcurement / Procurement, Innovation, Procurement, Technology Tags: L1, technology The transactional process of buying and selling goods and services will always be the essence of the procurement function within an organization. Show More Summary

Nat Geo uses iPhone flash and a 10 years old DSLR for this photo

We often argue if gear matters or not, and we probably always will. But photographer Alessandro Barteletti shows us why being a problem solver and having an idea is more important than having fancy gear. He was photographing a 60-years-old European astronaut Paolo Nespoli for National Geographic Italia. Show More Summary

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