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Getting caffeine fix as easy as taking deep breath February Issue 4 2012

Getting caffeine fix as easy as taking deep breath

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — Move over, coffee and Red Bull. A Harvard professor thinks the next big thing will be people inhaling their caffeine from a lipstick-sized tube. Critics say the novel product is not without its risks.

February Issue 4 2012

Weirdly Wonderful: a collection of artifacts from Atomic Age

OAK RIDGE, Tenn. (AP) — Radium-powered golf balls. Fishing lures that glow in the dark. Atomic potions that add pep to your step and cure all that ails you.

AT&T customers surprised by 'unlimited data' limit February Issue 3 2012

AT&T customers surprised by 'unlimited data' limit

Mike Trang likes to use his iPhone 4 as a GPS device, helping him get around in his job. Now and then, his younger cousins get ahold of it, and play some YouTube videos and games.

Review: Soulo converts iPad into karaoke machine February Issue 3 2012

Review: Soulo converts iPad into karaoke machine

Karaoke lovers typically fall into two categories: Those who enjoy it, and those whose arms have to be twisted to get up and sing in public.Enter Soulo, a software and microphone kit that can turn an iPad or other Apple device into a karaoke machine.

February Issue 3 2012

Love gone wrong? Go digital to get over an ex

NEW YORK (AP) — You thought you found your one true love online, but now you’ve been dumped by text or defriended on Facebook without a peep of explanation. Hours of bad TV in your bathrobe haven’t helped. Your friends are tired of your whining.

Teens migrate to Twitter, some for privacy February Issue 3 2012

Teens migrate to Twitter, some for privacy

CHICAGO (AP) — Teens don’t tweet, will never tweet – too public, too many older users. Not cool.

Agencies pledge science-based Arctic decisions February Issue 1 2012

Agencies pledge science-based Arctic decisions

The federal government will make a renewed commitment to incorporate science into Arctic energy decisions, the Interior Department's deputy secretary said Tuesday, including the development of a tool used in the government response to the BP oil well blowout in the Gulf of Mexico.

January Issue 5 2012

US cybersecurity efforts trigger privacy concerns

The federal government's plan to expand computer security protections into critical parts of private industry is raising concerns that the move will threaten Americans' civil liberties.

Review: Google  Docs, the perfect bridesmaid January Issue 5 2012

Review: Google Docs, the perfect bridesmaid

NEW YORK (AP) — For do-most-of-it-yourself brides, wedding planning means lists, lists and more lists, with some spreadsheets thrown in for good measure. There are also the long, endlessly pored-over documents of vows, readings, even toasts. Did I mention lists?