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It would be difficult to imagine big retail stores without their barcode scanners. Just thinking about the possible line, not to mention the time you will spend in it, is enough to make people go crazy. Luckily, gone are the days when cashiers needed to punch in the cost of every product manually and put...

The Session Initiation Protocol or SIP is the standardized protocol for phone calls made over a data network such as the Internet, as opposed to the traditional...

A faulty boiler at home can be a danger to people and property. Boilers don't come cheap, however, and repairing and replacing one can be very expensive....

When it comes to home aesthetics, the word “interior design” comes to mind. While the concept of interior design is commonly attributed to...

Earth kills an average of 600,000 people a year through natural disasters, especially floods, storms, droughts, and heat waves. So far, death remains inevitable...

Older generations, like Gen X and the Baby Boomers, seem to see Millennials as only three things: lazy, unconcerned and indelibly addicted to their smartphones....

Excessive dust found in the workplace could be tremendously harmful on different levels. Primarily, while it’s rare, a concentrated cloud of dust could potentially explode and lead to fatal explosions. However, among the most common issue related to workplace dust is from associated illnesses that have been shown to be among the top killers concerning occupational safety...

If you're planning to reserve a room or area of your house to convert into a home office, you should also consider your preschooler who may insist...

Online marketing shares a very deep relationship with search engine optimisation (SEO), and without SEO, your efforts will just go to waste, or will produce...

It’s not often mentioned as part of the American Dream, but it’s what practically everyone wants, even more so than money itself: time. You...