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UK Government launches Online Divorce Calculator

UK Government launches Online Divorce Calculator

Jan. 2 | Tweet Now a Divorce calculator! A government sector in the UK has launched what it claims is a way to find out the settlements of a divorce if you had one in your marriage. The Daily Mail reported that the tool which was not named was launched by the...

WTF – Wikileaks Task Force setup by CIA

WTF – Wikileaks Task Force setup by CIA

Dec. 23 | Tweet Will this be a WTF moments? CIA today setup a Wikileaks Task Force (WTF) to watch, study and learn the operations of Wikileaks. This also includes CIA closely monitoring its traffic flow to the ISP that hosts the Wikileak’s servers. According...

Research: The Star of Bethlehem was Jupiter!

Research: The Star of Bethlehem was Jupiter!

Dec. 22 | Tweet Understanding events as described in the Bible is no simple task. The Star of Bethlehem is one even that was talked about a lot in the Bible and scholars and astronomers have debated this for centuries. Astronomer Mark Thompson says that the star...

How-To Sell your Blogspot Blog

How-To Sell your Blogspot Blog

Dec. 20 | Tweet Well you are not serious are you? No we won’t show you how to sell your supposedly famous Blogspot blog, but we will show you how to transfer it to another account after you have sold it, which is equally or infact more important! Blogspot...

Spacecraft Reaches the Edge of our Solar System

Spacecraft Reaches the Edge of our Solar System

Dec. 15 | Tweet NASA today reported that a space probe launched about 22 years ago for the close up studies of Jupiter and Saturn has entered the tail of the solar system where the constant stream of charged particles flowing in from the sun decline. Computer models...

First Song played in Space – ‘Jingle Bells’

First Song played in Space – ‘Jingle Bells’

Dec. 15 | Tweet Astronauts these days carry with them an iPod, a laptop and other gadgets to spend some time relaxing in space. On December 16, 1965, Gemini 6 astronauts Walter M. “Wally” Schirra Jr. and Thomas P. Stafford successfully completed the...

New Technology might kick Washing Machines out of Business!

New Technology might kick Washing Machines out of Business!

Dec. 13 | Tweet New technology was introduced at the Technology World forum in London last week which washing machine manufacturers will see as a huge threat to their business. This new washing machine from Xeros Ltd does not use even a single drop of water! Infact...

How many Nukes are needed to Wipe out Civilization? [Infographic]

How many Nukes are needed to Wipe out Civilization? [Infographic]

Dec. 10 | Tweet Nuclear energy is the future, is what scientists say but nuclear weapons are the risk. When the nuclear bomb was dropped on the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan by the United States marked the beginning of a new era, the era of the Nuclear...

The Real Cost of Technology [InfoGraphic]

The Real Cost of Technology [InfoGraphic]

Dec. 8 | Tweet It is well known that technology depreciates in value with time. Todays iPad worth $499 might be worth $50 in about 5 years. Technology is moving at a lighting pace but some inventions remain price less. Like we had reported about the Apple’s...

Secret Military Mini-Space Shuttle Lands in California

Secret Military Mini-Space Shuttle Lands in California

Dec. 7 | Tweet Looks like the space shuttle program is not really dead! A miniature robotic space shuttle completed a 224 day top secret military mission and landed in total darkness in California last Friday. The successful landing was revealed by Air force officials....