| Jul 13, 2010
Google will soon begin offering a software tool that is supposed to make it easy for anyone to create their own applications for Android smart phones: It's a case of consumers becoming content creators.
The Google App Inventor for Android has been pre-...
| Jul 26, 2010
| 8:07 AM
Religion World asked a minister, an imam and an atheist to give Three Reasons why they believe in a Holy Spirit or not. Here are their responses. =================================================================================
Three Reasons Why I...
| Feb 1, 2011
| 9:54 AM
Sun Sentinel career and workplace writer Marcia Heroux Pounds answers YOUR questions about surviving in the office, finding a job, unemployment benefits and more. To submit your question, e-mail mpounds@SunSentinel.com.
Please include your...
| Mar 8, 2009
With a dozen high-def cameras and a couple of camcorders, plus pens, notebooks, sketch pads and laptops, more than 40 people spent three recent weeks in a black-box theater on the campus of UC San Diego documenting what was occurring there.
The object of...
| Mar 8, 2009
Does any development scheme ever really die in Orange County? Apparently not, even at a time when more than 5 percent of its homes have been in foreclosure. Just consider the amazing resurrection of something called Camino Reale in the rural southeast...
| Mar 28, 2009
The U.S. Army in recent years has rushed a number of medical innovations onto the battlefields in Iraq and Afghanistan with little testing or data to support them, and then altered or abandoned them when they didn't live up to expectations.
| Mar 29, 2009
The U.S. Army has quietly altered or abandoned some of its more experimental medical treatments for troops injured in combat, as advances it once hailed as groundbreaking are foundlargely ineffective or perhaps even dangerous.
Advanced battle dressings,...
| Nov 15, 2009
CLERMONT — Automakers have been climbing aboard the "green" bandwagon for years, with low-emission, high-mileage vehicles that appeal not only to customers looking to save fuel, but to buyers eager to participate in what's perceived to be an...
| Apr 15, 2009
Billy Mays and Anthony Sullivan sell things on television, famously. Mays, a burly man with a black beard and a voice that suggests incipient deafness, and could possibly cause it, is the more famous. But the cooler Sullivan -- who also produces and...
| Nov 30, 2009
Ever since two Ohio bike shop owners named Wright changed the world, tinkerers have been using the bicycle as a launching pad for new ideas. Now, in an effort to get America outdoors and exercising more, modern-day inventors are tapping the unique...
| Dec 21, 2009
She has been old for so long that she can remember when the first graying hairs and the withering of her churned milk complexion seemed to matter, as if the obliteration of her youth signaled the end of something. That was 20 years ago. At 82, Helen...