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Believe safety, security, and COVID-19 contact tracing is paramount? New app gives users all the features they need!

What if your phone could immediately alert authorities and your family and friends about a potentially unsafe situation you are in? Not only can the new app Kazoo do that, but it does a lot more, too. Launching in June, the new app offers all the things that people want when it comes to staying […]

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WonderWorks Syracuse Offers Science Activities for Winter Break

WonderWorks Syracuse offers exciting and educational activities during its February Science Week program to combat boredom during winter break. This year’s Science Week will be held during Onondaga County’s Winter Recess, with activities being offered daily from February 17, 2020, through February 21, 2020. “This is our fourth annual Science Week event,” says Nicole Montgomery, […]

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How I Started a Women-in-STEM Club at Stony Brook School

New York, N.Y. Two years ago, my friends and I started the Women in STEM Club at my school. We wanted to cultivate STEM interest in younger girls in our community. As we were brainstorming about ways that we could achieve this goal, a conversation with my physics teacher’s daughter inspired me. Photo: The Stewardship […]

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New Technology Aims to Prevent Newborn Deaths in Africa

New York, N.Y.  An internship at a hospital in Malawi was an eye-opening experience for Sonia Sosa.“Sometimes, there are tons of babies, and there are not that many nurses, so they’re understaffed. It was really hard to work there, but then it also challenged me to really go back and work really hard to be able […]

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Cubans Cheer as Internet Goes Nationwide for Day

Havana, Cuba. Cuba’s government said it provided free internet to the Communist-run island’s more than 5 million cellphone users on Tuesday, in an eight-hour test before it launches sales of the service. Cuba is one of the Western Hemisphere’s least connected countries. State-run telecommunications monopoly ETECSA announced the trial, with Tuesday marking the first time internet […]

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LottoGopher Sets ‘Site’ on Making Californians Millionaires

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Spring break and summer travel planning season is here, as throngs of people ready themselves for some well-earned, greatly needed R&R to reboot and recharge their proverbial batteries and generally connect on a meaningful and relaxed level with those they enjoy. However, with recent reports indicating that “the average vacation costs $1,145 per person (or $4,580 for […]

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How Anyone Can Be an Influencer

Each day there are billions of people who use the Internet, and most are being influenced by others in one way or another. Many even seek that influence, especially when it comes to making purchases. In fact, according to the Pew Research Center, 82% of U.S. adults say they have checked out online reviews and […]

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Gotta-Get Extras for iPhone X

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With Streetinsider.com recently reporting that Apple sold an estimated 6 million iPhone X units this past Black Friday weekend alone, as calculated by an analyst with Rosenblatt Securities, and with untold millions more sure to sell throughout the holiday season, it’s clear the marketplace is embracing this new iPhone iteration. In fact, the analyst firm is so optimistic […]

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