A Chat With The Researcher Who Found Online Bystanders Won’t Stop Bullying

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 Kelly Dillon, a Doctoral Candidate at the Ohio State University School of Communication, found that people generally won’t act when the see someone bullied online. This news, while not surprising to anyone with a passing interest in technology, is worrying. In short, if you’re bullied online, don’t expect help. I asked Dillon to clarify a…Read More…

Weinsberg CaraKids concept campers make RVs feel like children’s forts

The CaraKids CaraOne caravan includes a kids' bunk bedroom that converts into a more spaci...

Recreational vehicle camping is a timeless family vacation tradition that provides a fun, memorable and affordable form of travel. While families with children make up a key demographic of the RV industry, that industry focuses its design and features overwhelmingly on adults. Features like illuminated wine cabinets and slide-out espresso machines do little to make…Read More…

Karbonn launches 5-inch Titanium Dazzle for INR 5,490

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Indian smartphone vendor Karbonn has launched a new budget Android smartphone in the Indian market. Part of the company’s Titanium-series, the new Karbonn Titanium Dazzle has been priced at INR 5,490 and will go on sale in the coming days. Titanium Dazzle sports a 5-inch FWVGA display and is powered by 1.2GHz quad-core processor. The…Read More…

Milestones of Innovation 3: ‘Modern Pioneers’ at the Waldorf–1940

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When people made lists of leading innovators 75 years ago, they saw a landscape very different from today’s for putting discoveries, techniques, money, workers, and customers together to get something new and useful onto the market. In the brief interval between the Depression and World War II, the dominant factor was the large, vertically integrated…Read More…