Facebook Messenger is celebrating the holidays by letting users play with a fun sticker app. Continue reading
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is considering installing a “Dislike” button on the social media site. Continue reading
It looks like tech giant Google is going to be very generous this Christmas. Continue reading
If you’ve recently visited Google, you will notice that there are banner ads telling you to support the battle against Ebola, a fatal disease that has already killed over 5,000 people (and about 14,000 reported cases) in less than four months. Continue reading
It shaping up to be a very bad week for a man from Guangzhou, China.
The man, who is reportedly a computer programmer, decided to buy his girlfriend 99 iPhone (specifically the iPhone 6, Apple’s latest gadget) units as part of his marriage proposal. Continue reading
Are you tired of all the baby and couple photos? Have you had it with all the cat-related posts? Do you finally want to stop seeing all the annoying vacation shares?
Now, you can finally silence the Facebook friends who do these things to your News Feed. Continue reading
For a fun filled trip with more excitement that you have experienced in months, take a trip to Queenstown, New Zealand where people from all over the world go for refreshing getaways in the Southern Hemisphere. You will be amazed at the variety of scenery from the mountains to the water fun that is available, and the range of affordable accommodations is remarkable.
Many people enjoy camping, and there are plenty of place where you can enjoy that activity. If you have a motorhome that is fully contained with toileting facilities onboard then you will be allowed to camp overnight on public land around Queenstown for free. If you do not have a self-contained camper with toilet facilities, then you may camp in one of the several holiday parks or camping grounds. The rates in these facilities are very reasonable and the availabilities are abundant, as you will have your choice of many different places to stay. Continue reading
Krill are very small shrimp-like animals that live in the ocean and are very rich in and are an excellent source of omega3 fatty acids. The omega3 qualities of the krill are very similar to other fish, except the quality is far superior due to a substance called astaxanthin which protects the fats that are perishable, and another property called phospholipids that increase the absorption of fats on a massive basis. Continue reading