One of the most well -known cities in the country, Newark, NJ, is the place of my birth. Born and raised in Newark, I attended St. Mary’s Elementary School on what was known as High Street and St. Vincent’s Academy High School on West Market Street. My life story is the catalyst towards the desire
Fitbit has officially unveiled its Versa 3 smartwatch, the successor to the Versa 2 smartwatch that launched almost a year ago.
The new First Versa 3 brings new health, fitness and sports tracking features that make the new version a great upgrade, and solve some of our biggest bugbears with the Versa 2.
For decades, Mac users had to worry less about malware than their Windows-using counterparts, but over the last few years that’s begun to change. In an attempt to crack down on growing threats like adware and ransomware, in February Apple began “notarizing” all macOS applications, a vetting process designed to weed out illegitimate or malicious
During my career at the CIA I was involved in a variety of protective operations to include supporting very senior level government personnel to include the President of the United States. One memorable occasion was the visit by President George W. Bush to Manila, the Philippines, in October 2003, when he on his way to
Screwdriver A screwdriver is one of the most useful tools in any toolkit. Whether you’re putting together a nightstand or fixing a broken table, a screwdriver is often essential to getting the job done. Models with interchangeable bits, like this one, are incredibly versatile because they work on many drive styles. Photo (c) Brookstone Comes
Heart rate monitors are part and parcel of smartwatches and fitness trackers now, but electrocardiogram (ECG) is the new key sensor in town.
The technology is designed to help people keep closer tabs on their heart health, and can even be used to help identify atrial fibrillation (Afib) a serious medical condition that is a
Dread and paranoia had settled over Prague like smog. Dissent was brutally crushed by the Communist regime, suspected traitors executed on the flimsiest of pretexts. But when MI6 officer Robert Gardner, having flown in from London, passed through the revolving doors of the famous Alcron hotel on February 20, 1951 – just as Winston Churchill, Charlie
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I am from Piscataway, NJ. I graduated from Pillar College with a degree in Business Administration and Management. I was a part of the DEED (Dual Enrollment Education Degree) program, so Pillar College allowed me to finish my bachelor’s degree a year in advance. The DEED program allows students to attain a NJ State High