Lorie Wimble

  Lorie is the "Liberal Voice" of Conservative Haven, a political blog, and has 2 astounding children. Find her on Twitter.

   

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India is becoming even more important to Google than America

India is poised to become even more important to Google than the United States, which is why the company is not only trying to expand...
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One in ten Americans consider themselves to be gamers

Gaming has come a long way over the years, in both market size and social acceptance. According to a new survey from Pew Research Center,...
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Elon Musk is worried that WWIII will interrupt his plans for Mars

It’s safe to say that World War II would cause a lot of problems, not the least of which is the interruption of Elon...
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Nintendo has no intention of killing off the 3DS

Just because Nintendo is making its long-awaited entrance into the mobile market, doesn’t mean the company is giving up on handheld consoles. In an...
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Yahoo’s newest app is like a TV guide for cord-cutters

God, don’t you just hate it when you’re subscribed to all these video streaming services and you can’t decide what to watch because there’s...
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Apple is reportedly developing its own mobile GPU

Apple likes to control as much of the technology that powers its products as possible, because the more control it has, the more efficient...
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The LG G5’s announcement date and specs have been leaked

LG isn’t nearly as massive or well-known as Samsung, but the South Korean company has still managed to carve itself out a little piece...
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Tim Cook isn’t happy about Google dominating the education market

Last week, Futuresource Consulting revealed that Chomebooks now account for more than half of the computers used in American classrooms, and the rapid adoption of...
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Yahoo has decided to split itself into two companies

It looks like only half of the rumors about Yahoo’s plans for the future were true. While the company has confirmed that it’s abandoning...
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Spotify appears to be caving in to Taylor Swift’s demands

Remember the fight that Spotify and Taylor Swift got into last year, the one that resulted in Swift removing most of her songs from...
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It looks like even Windows 10 can’t save Microsoft’s mobile business

Windows 10 was supposed to breathe new life into Microsoft’s smartphone sales, but we haven’t seen any evidence of that happening, and some analysts believe...
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Facebook is trying to figure out why certain posts go viral

Every now and then, a post that’s trending or viral will make its way onto your News Feed, usually because it’s interesting, but sometimes...
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Smartphone sales are growing more slowly than ever before

Researchers from the International Data Corporation have released a rather surprising forecast for the future of the smartphone industry, one which predicts that global smartphone...
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You no longer need an invite to purchase the OnePlus 2

OnePlus has made it painfully clear that all of its new smartphone will use its universally loathed invite system for the foreseeable future, but it’s never...
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Apple wants to turn regular fabric into electronic displays

The vast majority of patents never make their way into any released products, but it’s still interesting to see the kinds of things that...
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The co-creator of Android wants to make his own smartphones

Andy Rubin is known to most as the co-creator of Android, and though he left Google over a year ago to assist hardware-based startups in their...
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Yahoo is considering selling off its core Internet business

Initially, many people were confident that former Google executive Marissa Mayer would be able to turn things around for Yahoo as its CEO and...
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Wikipedia is using artificial intelligence to attract more contributors

Although a handful of restrictions have been put in place over the years to reduce online vandalism, people are still more or less free...
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