Smartphone Getting Hot? Read This Now

(DGIwire) – By now, the image of a smartphone engulfed in flames is firmly embedded in the public’s mind, thanks to some unfortunate headlines over the past few years. Being aware of the issue of phones catching fire is one thing—but what if the problem hits a lot closer to home? Here are some important […]

President’s Forceful Climate Plan Focuses on Technology

(DGIwire) — It’s no secret that the United States is a major contributor to global emissions. In fact, as of late 2014, the United States was second only to China with regard to pollution, according to an article in The Guardian. Surveys show that many Americans are simply not willing to give up the lifestyles […]

Seven Ways to Channel Your Superpowers

(DGIwire) — Imagine if we each had the ability to channel our inner Mozart, Einstein or Jobs. Iron Man’s powers of invention, Spider-Man’s flexibility, the speed of Superman, the agility of Tony Hawk and the Force of Yoda: all of these become a lot more possible for us ordinary humans to harness if we choose […]

The Secret Weapon to Making New Year’s Resolutions: Pre-Workout

(DGIwire) — ’Tis the season for making New Year’s resolutions. It is a no-brainer what the top resolution is year after year: lose weight. But with this resolution reoccurring yearly, it shows that people are not sticking to their plans. According to McKenzie Flinchum, a registered dietician and owner of Flexible Dietetics, people need to […]

Did the Supreme Court Deal a Death Blow to Air Quality?

(DGIwire) — A few days after striking a major victory for marriage equality, the Supreme Court dealt a major blow to air quality when it ruled that the Environmental Protection Agency did not account for the costs of its new regulation. As reported in The Hill, the ruling—which came down 5-4—reflected the Court’s decision that the […]

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