If you are a life-long learner and look for every opportunity to expand your knowledge base, learn new skills or build upon old ones, and you are used to doing so via online courses, then you'll be
You've got water, canned provisions, flashlights, and a generator — but do you have the necessary apps loaded onto your smartphone?
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Learning that you’re going to be a father is one of the most exciting pieces of news that you’ll ever get. That doesn’t mean, however, that poring over dry instructional books on pregnancy and
Uber is on top but it is plagued with sexual harassment complaints from its employees and it is all being discussed openly on the anonymous messaging app called Blind.
Uber employees are dishing
Here is a heartwarming story to get you going today.
A Southern California teen decided to take matters into her own hands and come up with a solution for kids who are forced to eat alone because
Entrepreneurship isn't something that many people should go into without all the facts. In reality, getting and maintaining a job as an employee for someone else's company is much much easier.
Screen time just got easier with a new social information sharing platform for parents that allows them to select appropriate content for their children to see while their online.
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What happens when you combine a social good app with the spare change in your pocket? You get an app that helps consumers donate to their fave charity when making everyday purchases.
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So it's 2016 and political candidates now release apps to energize, motivate and educate voters through gamification.
The current Democrat and Republican candidates to become the 45th President