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McDonald's To Launch NFC-Enabled Mobile Payment And Ordering App: Report

International Business Times

McDonald's reportedly has a mobile payment and ordering app in the works for Android and iPhone users. Reuters. McDonald's will roll out a mobile payment platform on Sept. 15, 9to5mac.com reported Tuesday. The fast-food giant created the mobile ...

Iceland volcano send lava spraying 60m into air

9news.com.au

Iceland's largest volcano has erupted spectacularly, sending columns of lava up to 60m into the air and disrupting flights. The breath-taking blasts took place yesterday on a lava field on the north side of the Badarbunga volcano and was 50 times more ...

NASA 3-D Prints Complex Rocket Parts

Counsel & Heal

NASA has successfully tested 3-D printed rocket injectors that will be used for human flights to Mars. (Photo : NASA). A 3-D printed rocket injector was successfully tested by NASA at the premier space agency's flight center in Alabama. NDTV reported that the ...

Small Carriers Say, Let Us Roam!

PC Magazine

Small wireless carriers in the US say they're helping their communities, but they need the big guys to cut them decent roaming deals. 0shares. Cellcom Glas Coffee House. It's safe to say that if you have trouble with AT&T service, you won't be running down ...

California's 100-year drought

USA TODAY

California is in the third year of one of the state's worst droughts in the past century, one that's led to fierce wildfires, water shortages and restrictions, and potentially staggering agricultural losses. The dryness in California is only part of a longer-term, 15-year ...

Eat up! These lowly fish make a dramatic recovery on West Coast

The Seattle Times

The nation's most influential sustainable-seafood group believes a host of once-troubled West Coast bottom fish are now recovering so well that consumers should seek them out at restaurants and markets. Marine scientists at the Monterey Bay Aquarium said ...

Why Google driverless cars won't be cruising when it rains or snows

Tech Times

While excitement over Google's driverless car is building, it seems they may not be on the road as soon as previously expected. That's because the detection technology needed for the project simply is not there yet. (Photo : Steve Jurvetson | Flickr). It seems ...

'Hands Off the Net' Group Tells FCC

Daily Caller

TechFreedom, a non-partisan technology policy think tank, announced the launch of its “Don't Break the Net” campaign opposing utility-style regulation of the Internet Tuesday. The main feature of the campaign is a petition calling on the Federal ...

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