Free Electricity?

By Crowdability, on Friday, November 13, 2015

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70% of Your Online Dollars Go Here

According to a recent USA TODAY analysis, just five Internet companies account for 70 cents of every dollar you spend online. Amazon, Google, Facebook—and two others. Can you guess the last two?

Where’s My Spoon?

To boost its growth rate, General Mills has decided to venture into the start-up world. It’s going to try and find the next Cheerios or Häagen-Dazs—and it’s inviting you along for the ride.

Geez, I Was Just Trying to be Social…

On Monday, a Belgian court issued an ultimatum to Facebook: stop tracking users who aren’t signed in to the site—or get fined $270,000 per day.

7 Crazy Things Your Smartphone Can Do

We use smartphones for just about everything these days. So why the heck didn’t we know they could monitor our heart rate, or check around corners for us?

Free Electricity?

In Texas, wind farms are generating so much energy that certain utilities are literally giving power away for free. You can also find energy deals in Massachusetts, Maryland, and even Italy. But are these giveaways actually altruistic?


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