What You Should Know When Searching For A Car

Shopping for a car is something people have to do sometimes, and a lot of us dread doing it. It might be confusing to know what is available, how much you can afford, and how to haggle. Read on for some solid tips that will make car shopping a little less intimidating. Know your limits.

Vehicle Repair Tips You Can Put Into Practice Today

Perhaps car repairs are one of the most feared things by society in general when it comes to daily life. No one wants to lose their vehicle to down time. What are you going to do when your car is facing repairs? Keep reading to learn more about your options. When trying to get an

Microsoft signs cloud-computing pact with Adobe

The deal, announced at Microsoft’s Ignite information technology worker conference, is the latest in a string of cloud-computing alliances for Microsoft. By Seattle Times technology reporter ATLANTA — Microsoft and Adobe have inked a partnership to promote the use of each other’s cloud-computing tools. Under the deal, the maker of Photoshop will use Microsoft’s network

Son Found After 8 Days Lost at Sea, Mother's Fate a Mystery

The U.S. Coast Guard has launched an investigation into the mystery of a 54-year-old Connecticut mother’s whereabouts after she and her son disappeared during a fishing trip last week. Though the 22-year-old Nathan Carman was found alive after six days of searching, Linda Carman’s location remains unknown, according to the Coast Guard. The two from

Iran frees Canadian-Iranian professor held since June, state media report

A Canadian-Iranian retired professor was released from prison on “humanitarian grounds” and flown out of Iran on Monday, Iran’s state-run news agency said, ending her months of detention alongside other dual nationals swept up by hard-liners in the security services. Homa Hoodfar returned to Canada via Oman, a brief report on the state-run IRNA news