Windows Vista Gets the Boot from British Schools

An educational agency, called the British Educational Communications and Technology Agency (Becta), in the United Kingdom has told schools to keep both Microsoft Windows Vista and Office 2007 out of the country’s schools. The reason, they say, is because it will cost too much money to upgrade the school systems software from Windows XP to

How to Advertise Rental Property

The real estate business is a funny business. Landlords are continually finding new ways to market their properties to potential buyers. If you own a property that you are trying to rent out or lease to people, then there are some important things that you should consider about your advertising. Ultimately, the perfect advertising plan

A Look at 2010’s Mergers and Acquisitions

2010 was not a very good year for the general public in the United States. Unemployment rates continued to tip at 10 percent, jobs were disappearing at an alarming rate, and houses were foreclosed in unprecedented numbers. For the average guy and gal in the United States, it was recession business as usual. Too busy

New Stretchable Solar Cells Find Many Applications

A newly discovered stretchable solar cells solves many technological problems. Numerous applications are on the horizon as the future moves into the present. The Discovery Chemical engineer, Zhenan Boa, a professor at Stanford University has made an amazing discovery. She has developed a stretchable solar cell that can be stretched by 30 percent. The stretchable