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Science and perceptions behind ‘eye’ colors [Infographic]
May25

Science and perceptions behind ‘eye’ colors [Infographic]

  Do you remember your high school biology class? Your teacher told you to pick a partner and look at each other’s eye colors. You would then have to determine based on your knowledge of dominant and recessive genes what color eyes your theoretical children would have. There’s just one problem- eye color is determined by multiple genes and not just one that is dominant or recessive. Much like many of the other things you learned...

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4 Ways To Maximize Your Coachella Experience [Infographic]
Apr19

4 Ways To Maximize Your Coachella Experience [Infographic]

  It’s Coachella season once again, and hundreds of thousands will be rushing to Indio, California for three weekends of music, parties, and fun. Need tips? Frameology put together this neat survival guide to get you through the weekend. Also, here’s are some pointers for an excitement-filled, worry-free Coachella experience. Have Everything You Need In One Place Each year, thousands of people lose their stuff at Coachella. To...

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YouTube TV goes live in 5 cities, with 30-day free trial
Apr05

YouTube TV goes live in 5 cities, with 30-day free trial

Google has today launched its internet TV subscription service across five American cities. Called YouTube TV, the service as we reported in March, will be available at $35/month to subscribers. First, there is a free 30-day trial, which is not unusual when introducing a service like this to the public. 30 days is long enough to try out the service and probably make up your mind if you want to go ahead and subscribe for a full month...

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Geeks and Nerds: Is There any Truth to Gaming Stereotypes?
Mar19

Geeks and Nerds: Is There any Truth to Gaming Stereotypes?

We might only be on the third generation of PlayStations and Xboxes but consoles are approaching their fifth decade on the market (the 350,000-selling Magnavox Odyssey appeared in 1972). That’s a lot of time for people to form opinions about their gaming friends and relatives. We all know the usual old-school gaming stereotype – reclusive and vitamin D-deficient – but different genres and platforms have created whole new groups of...

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Facebook announces series of exciting video updates
Feb14

Facebook announces series of exciting video updates

If you are a video freak and spend most of your time gulping videos on Facebook, this piece of information will gladden your heart. Facebook has announced a series of exciting video updates, including autoplay sound on videos, changes to vertical videos, and ability to minimize the video you’re watching to a picture-in-picture view. However, not all features announced by Facebook on Tuesday can be described as exciting. The social...

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5 Ways Technology Has Influenced Gaming 
Feb05

5 Ways Technology Has Influenced Gaming 

  Learning about the 5 ways technology has influenced gaming should make people enthusiastic, about the future of gaming in particular. Many people are jaded about technology today. This is ironically partly due to the fact that technology keeps on expanding and changing. A lot of people just expect this to happen, as if these sorts of advances have become completely routine in the eyes of many. However, people have every reason...

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