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Wi-Fi Alliance Raises Wireless Security Awareness

Wi-Fi Alliance Raises Wireless Security Awareness

Cartoons, survey results reveal state of wireless security knowledge The Wi-Fi Alliance hopes to raise awareness about wireless security through a new 75-second public service announcement. The cute animated video highlights the aspects of using WPA2 security and...

When was the Last Time You Updated Your Home Decor?

When was the Last Time You Updated Your Home Decor?

HomeGoods recently conducted a survey about how Americans live in their homes and found, among many other shocking tidbits, that 47 percent of Americans haven't updated their home decor in the last five years — and nine percent haven't in more than 10 years. I, on the...

America’s Chinese Problem

America’s Chinese Problem

The reports of progress are wrong. Cutting-edge programs like those at the immersion charter school Yu Ying in Washington, D.C., and reports of Chinese-language courses popping up in heartland America would all seem to suggest that Americans are on the fast track to...

Ellen DeGeneres Would be Best Holiday Party Guest: Poll

Ellen DeGeneres Would be Best Holiday Party Guest: Poll

Americans would invite comedian Ellen DeGeneres to a holiday party, take a vacation with actor George Clooney and ask first lady Michelle Obama to decorate their Christmas tree, a survey released on Thursday suggests. The first lady got 38 percent of the vote among...

Mandarin’s Great Leap Forward

Mandarin’s Great Leap Forward

Interest soars in learning China’s official language. On a small street in Singapore’s Chinatown Fu Xianling, the founder of a language-education company called New Concept Mandarin, searches for additional office space. Mr Fu wants to expand his business with the...

America’s Chinese Problem

The Culture

Purell reminds us it's "GERMY" SEASON with this stat: 55 percent of us would rather touch a public toilet seat than a hand that's been sneezed or coughed on. Source: Newsweek

Laptop Users Say Devices Can Become Too Hot to Handle, Survey Reports

Purell is Making the World Safe for Handshakers

Flu season is upon us, and one casualty is the good old-fashioned handshake. Yes, that's right. Nearly 3 in 10 Americans are reluctant to shake your hand because they fear they will catch your germs, according to a survey released Wednesday. You see, germs lurk...

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