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Fork Created to Help You Watch What You Eat [VIDEO]
Studies show that an average of 35% of Americans are either obese or overweight. This includes people of every age ranging from children to the elderly. And no matter how old you are, losing weight and watching what you eat is not easy. Well a company called HapiLabs has just released a fork that&ap…
Mother Buys Son an iPhone — With an 18-Point Catch
What this Massachusetts mother did was awesome. We need more moms like her. Janell Hoffman's 13-year-old son wanted an iPhone for Christmas, and she thought he deserved it. But she didn't hand it over until he signed an 18-point agreement plan.
911 Butt Dials Are a Growing Problem
9-1-1 false alarms are nothing new. We've heard of kids dialing 9-1-1 when there's no emergency, and Kidd Kraddick has shared some gems with us in the past about people calling emegency dispatchers for all the wrong reasons.
But have you ever been driving on the The Loop in Tyler and accidently b…
Police Pay a Visit to Dad Who Shot His Daughter’s Laptop
Ever since he filmed himself shooting his daughter’s laptop with a .45 handgun, opinions have been sharply divided over Tommy Jordan’s brand of extreme parenting. In fact, someone who disagrees with his methods called police to his North Carolina home. But instead of …
6 of the Worst Tech Predictions of All Time
Predictions about technology are notoriously tough to make. Still, the experts and visionaries often get it right — but when they don’t, they get it colossally wrong. Here are some of history’s most famously bungled insights made by tech giants and industry bigw…
Megaupload Founder Arrested, Found Hiding With Shotgun
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom was arrested earlier this week, just after the site was shut down by the Department of Justice — but he didn’t go down without a fight. Police officers found Dotcom, real name Kim Schmitz, hiding in a safe room in his home with a loaded shotgun in …
Taggie Smartphone App Helps Kids Make Smart Food Choices [VIDEO]
If you’re someone who wants your kids to know more about food — something we should all know more about — you’ll probably find a new app in development pretty interesting.
Taggie, the brainchild of recent Dutch design school graduate Niels van Hoof, uses your smartphone camera to scan a barcode of fo…

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