More and more of us are suffering from sore thumbs. Ergonomics experts say too much texting and typing on iPads and other tablets can cause pain in the hands, shoulders, neck and back. College students talk about coping with the strain of all their high-tech gadgets.
While carbon dioxide streams into the atmosphere from tailpipes and smokestacks around the world, one man is building a machine to suck it back out. And some heavy-hitting investors are betting that it's going to work.
Like entrepreneurs everywhere, the trio who founded Bluebox Now dream of making it big. But first they have to learn some lessons. As they're getting off the ground, a cycle of mentorship feedback and retooling drives their growth, though that may mean falling behind schedule.
The cyberguerrilla group known for high-profile computer attacks on corporate and government targets is asking followers to put down their keyboards this weekend for a flesh-and-blood protest on Wall Street. But turning "hacktivism" to activism may prove difficult.
Experts say illegal revenge attacks on computer networks, such as those carried out by the "hacktivist" group Anonymous, are less difficult to pull off because of the easy availability of website-crippling tools.
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