Apple Goes Green

Apple, one of the most secretive companies in the world has unveiled their pledge to being a green company. “We believe climate change is real. And that it’s a real problem. As a global company that makes some of the most popular products in the world, we know we use a lot of energy and material, which in turn generates greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change. That’s the part of the problem we can help solve. We’ve found ways to use energy and materials more efficiently in our facilities, to get energy from cleaner sources, and to make some of the world’s most...
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Easter Egg Alternatives

The Easter countdown is well underway with only few days to spare before the hallowed festivities. Easter celebrations not only bring family and friends come together, but chocoholics can revel in a guilt-free indulgence, too. Not forgetting the sugar-crazed children running around due to large amounts of chocolate consumption. Personally, I’m not a fan of chocolate, so I tend to receive little to none of the much idolised Easter treats. So this year I decided to try something different, catering specifically to chocolate alternatives that are sure to satisfy your Easter sweet tooth, chocolate lover...
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Tired of waiting for your phone to charge?

The battery life of our smartphones is arguably the biggest concern / headache / inconvenience we face on a daily basis. What if it wasn’t? What if you could plug your empty device in and have it fully charged in 30 seconds? Sounds too good to be true, but let me assure you, the technology exists, and in my opinion should be the next big tech purchase by any one of the big three, Apple, Google and Microsoft. About StoreDot The company behind the innovative technology is Tel-Aviv based start-up, StoreDot. The company came into existence from the nanotechnology department at the Tel-Aviv University and...
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Who Hatched the Easter Bunny?

Who Hatched the Easter Bunny?
Easter was originally celebrated by ancient Anglo-Saxons, in honour of their goddess of offspring and springtime, Estre. It was adapted to Christianity during the second century by Christian missionaries. These missionaries embarked on converting pagans to Christianity by “selling” Easter as a by-product merge of the two religions. The Estre celebration coincided with the estimated dates of the Crucifixion and the Resurrection of Christ. Masses of pagans converted to Christianity, and the spelling of Estre changed to the modern-day Easter. Easter was originally celebrated on any day of the week...
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