Nabbed the amateur pilot in a Rite Aid parking lot; man faces further examination.
According to the EPA, the average electric bill for residences in the United States was $110.21 in 2013, which means households were spending over $1,300 a year on electricity. That really adds up. It also means there’s a huge demand for fossil-fuel-based power providers, who in turn add a significant amount of pollutants to the environment.…
Facebook has patched a flaw that could allow hackers to Hijack your Facebook Fan Page.
The text-only web browser runs in the Google Cloud and helps you read even modern websites. It is powered by Google Apps Script and can also work as a proxy server.
Evidence suggests that the brash billionaire builder’s dominance in presidential primary polling is no mere “summer fling.”
Today marks the twentieth anniversary of the launch of Internet Explorer. First making an appearance in the Windows 95 era via the Microsoft Plus! Add-on pack which featured the excitingly-named Internet Jumpstart Kit and version 1.0 of the browser people love to hate and hate to love.
Learn how to save your Gmail messages and email attachments to a folder in Google Drive automatically. The emails are downloaded as high-quality PDF files.
Israel’s prime minister has risked all, including his relationship with the United States, in an effort to stop a nuclear deal with Iran. Now he faces an agonizing dilemma over how to respond.
“Large sectors of the American electorate are disgusted with the political establishment and will welcome any force that takes it on.”
Euro zone leaders told near-bankrupt Greece at an emergency summit on Sunday that it must restore trust by enacting key reforms before they will open talks on a new financial rescue to keep it in the European currency area. Leftist Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will be required to push legislation through parliament from Monday to convince his 18 partners in the monetary union to release immediate funds to avert a Greek state bankruptcy and start negotiations on a third bailout program. Tsipras said on arrival in Brussels he wanted “another honest compromise” to keep Europe united.