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It’s Official! Uber is in Pasco
On December 4th the Pasco city council took a vote. The majority voted in favor of allowing Uber in Pasco (5-2) clearly the positives outweigh the negatives.
The hang up was safety requirements and background checks. Feel free to UBER away pasco...
The Best Friend Your Christmas Lights Will Ever Have!
I bought one of these several years ago and wasn't even sure what I was buying it. I needed a multi-plug adapter and this one had a remote.
That means I can stand at my window on a snowy day and turn on or off my Christmas lights outside, or my Christmas tree inside or anything else it's pl…
Study Says Babies Who Play on iPads Might Have Speech Delays
A new study presented at the 2017 Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting reveals that the more time children between the ages of 6 months and 2 years spent using handheld screens such as smartphones, tablets and electronic games, the more likely they were to experience speech delays...
Want Net Neutrality? Here’s an Option to Save It
What does “net neutrality” mean to you? Less expensive Internet.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) included rules forbidding Internet service providers (Charter, AT&T, Comcast, CenturyLink, etc.) to slow down your Internet unless you pay another fee or ar…
New PNNL Device Can Quickly Alert Police if Gunshots Detected
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland has developed a small device that could make the difference between life and death if a shooter again opens fire in a public building.
PNNL Chief engineer Jim Skorpik says the idea surfaced after the Sandy Hook school massacre in 2012 that left six ad…
World’s Richest Man to Build Smart City In Arizona Desert
Bill Gates has reportedly picked up a big plot of land in Arizona which he plans to turn into a "smart city."
 
Bill's company shelled out $80 million for the nearly 25-thousand acres in Tonopah, around 50 miles west of Phoenix. The development, called Belmont, will reportedly have room for …

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