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  • Center–right Wins Swedish Election But Short of Majority

    Center–right Wins Swedish Election But Short of Majority

    Sweden's general election delivered historic, yet unclear, results. The ruling center–right alliance beat the left-of-center coalition, but failed to gain an outright majority.

  • Estilat Wins Its Third License

    Estilat Wins Its Third License

    After a much anticipated bidding war,Etisalat’s consortium came out ahead — at an unprecedented cost.

  • Mubarak Throws Presidential Race Wide Open

    Mubarak Throws Presidential Race Wide Open

    President Hosni Mubarak stunned the nation late last month with an announcement that he was throwing the race for the presidency wide open.

  • The Comparison between USB 2.0 and FireWire

    The Comparison between USB 2.0 and FireWire

    Be familiarized with the difference between USB 2.0 and FireWire.

  • Things You Should Know About Switzerland's Federal Courts

    Things You Should Know About Switzerland's Federal Courts

    Get to know the judiciary branch and federal courts of Switzerland.

  • The Methods of Phishing Websites

    The Methods of Phishing Websites

    Phishing Websites have different methods that has sole purpose of tricking the customer on giving there personal information.

  • 7 Myths about Anti-Phishing That You Should Know

    7 Myths about Anti-Phishing That You Should Know

    Myths about the "Anti-Phishing tips" that online banking websites offers.

  • Bolivia breaks diplomatic relations with Israel

    Bolivia breaks diplomatic relations with Israel

    President Evo Morales announced that his country will denounce before the International Criminal Court the crimes against humanity that Israel is committing against the civilian population of the Gaza Strip, and will sue the Israeli Prime Minister and its President Shimon Peres, whom he asked to be retired the Nobel Peace Prize.

  • Facebook's First Day of Trading: Stakes are High

    Facebook's First Day of Trading: Stakes are High

    Major stock exchanges, brokerage firms and mutual fund companies have been gearing up for Facebook's giant IPO.

  • Refugees are Asking for Help

    Refugees are Asking for Help

    Dramatic and horrifying though their plight may be, the boat people represent only a fraction of the world's unwanted exiles.

  • Google is working on Experimental Linux Kernel 3.10 for Android

    Google is working on Experimental Linux Kernel 3.10 for Android

    Google is working on experimental Linux Kernel 3.10 for Android and could make its way into KLP.

  • Functionality and Form of QR Codes

    Functionality and Form of QR Codes

    Find out how form meets function in QR codes.

  • Rounders: History of the Game

    Rounders: History of the Game

    Learn about the history of the game Rounders.

  • State Software Breaks Through Web App Development Barrier

    State Software Breaks Through Web App Development Barrier

    State Software, designs, develops and markets a software framework that dramatically accelerates time to market for Web application developers.

  • Things You Should Know about Worsening DDoS Attacks

    Things You Should Know about Worsening DDoS Attacks

    2013 was a “dynamic” year for distributed denial of service attacks, and 2014 likely will see the phenomenon intensifying, says Prolexic Technologies.

  • The Columbian Mosaic in Colonial America

    The Columbian Mosaic in Colonial America

    Get to know more about the Columbian mosaic during the Colonial American period.

  • Learn the History of Web Browsers

    Learn the History of Web Browsers

    Get to know the evolution of Web Browsers.

  • How To Become A Better Communicator And Leader In The Workplace

    How To Become A Better Communicator And Leader In The Workplace

    How to Create Effective Communication in the Workplace

    Society

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    • History Of Marriage - From Antiquity To The Modern Era

    • Is Major Banks A Good Career Path And Why A Career In Major Banking Is Worth Considering?

    • Airline Emissions - Just How Green Can An Airline Be?

    • Lunar New Year - The Festivities, The Fireworks, The Fluffy Rabbit

    • Social Media Influencers - The People, The Money, The Power

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    Politics

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    • Factcheck.Org Dismantles Another McCain Ad

      Factcheck.Org Dismantles Another McCain Ad

      A McCain ad insinuates that Barack Obama would find time to play basketball but won’t do the same thing when it comes to visiting wounded American troops. How disappointing, to say the least - if it’s true, however. After some fact checking, the truth eventually came out.

    • GOP Gags Witnesses On Credit Card Woes

      GOP Gags Witnesses On Credit Card Woes

      A waiver seems to be a ploy leading to GOP silencing witnesses regarding a probable unfair business practice of American credit card companies. Interest rates would suddenly soar without issuing clients a prior notification.

    • As Midterm Campaigning Heats Up, Anti-Abortion Advocates Target Pro-Life Democrats

      As Midterm Campaigning Heats Up, Anti-Abortion Advocates Target Pro-Life Democrats

      As midterm campaigning heats up, anti-abortion advocates target pro-life democrats, something the public is already used to seeing during election period. Both groups express their opinions in support of their respective beliefs pertaining to abortion.

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    Culture

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    • What To Wear To An Art Gallery? Outfits You Need To Try For Your Next Visit

      What To Wear To An Art Gallery? Outfits You Need To Try For Your Next Visit

      What to wear to an art gallery? It might be challenging to decide what to wear to an art gallery, especially if you have a lot of possibilities. When deciding what to wear to an art gallery, you don't have to spend a fortune. All you have to do is utilize your imagination.

    • How To Feel Sexy While Having Sex

      How To Feel Sexy While Having Sex

      It is generally known that sex is a pleasant and a super-beneficial activity to the body and the mind.

    • Santa Claus - When Kids Start Asking, “Is He Real?”

      Santa Claus - When Kids Start Asking, “Is He Real?”

      No one has ever seen Santa Claus. Well, we’re talking about the real deal. Still, children across the globe believe in him and expect a present or two from him. What should parents do when they start asking if Santa’s real or not? Sounds easy but it could be a tough scenario.

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    Science

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    • Dealcoholization Machine - The Future Of Sobriety

      Dealcoholization Machine - The Future Of Sobriety

      The world is changing, and with it, so are our attitudes towards alcohol. Many people are looking for healthier, alcohol-free alternatives to their favorite drinks, and dealcoholization machine is making that a reality.

    • Dealcoholization Impact On The Market And Its Advantages

      Dealcoholization Impact On The Market And Its Advantages

      What is the dealcoholization impact on the market? Dealcoholization is the process of taking alcohol out of a drink, according to medical dictionaries. Why is this process significant for both drinkers and non-drinkers? In this article, we'll look at the benefits of de-alcoholization and how it changes the beverage industry.

    • Dealcoholization Of Wine - Explore Its Benefits And Challenges

      Dealcoholization Of Wine - Explore Its Benefits And Challenges

      Let's talk about the dealcoholization of wine. Most wine drinkers say that wine can bring them some kind of pleasure. Do you have the same thought when drinking red wine at a party? It's for sure! Have you encountered a wine that is dealcoholized?

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