Technology, Font On Devices, And The Future

The smallest digital devices have traditionally had the most dated-looking fonts, and are often difficult to read. The future of mobile may have just taken a giant step with advances from the 100-year-old font company Monotype, with a new program called “Spark.” The types of fonts used on smaller mobile displays have been very limited…

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Seriously people, Call An Uber Or Lyft!

Someone dies every 51 minutes in the United States as a result of an alcohol-impaired driver, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Further, the financial cost of such accidents is in excess of $59 billion annually. Drinking and driving is costly on myriad levels, but the worst part about it is that all…

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Using Google Glass While Driving

Every year in the United States, an average of 33,000 people are killed and more than two million people are injured in car accidents. Driver’s error is the number one cause of car accidents, but since that is such a general term, www.myinjurycase.com offers a more specific list, including speeding and drowsy driving. Distracted driving…

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The Hidden Dangers of Military Vehicles and Ships

Every day, the men and women of the United States armed forces help protect our borders against terrorism and other threats. The inherent risk involved in such a critical task requires the best resources available, starting with transport vehicles and ships. While every effort is made to ensure that our soldiers are provided with the…

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Teens More Likely to Drive Older, Unsafe Cars

When many teenagers get their driver’s licenses, they find themselves driving second hand cars. Our least experienced drivers are often behind the wheel of smaller, older model vehicles with fewer safety features. A recent study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety found that almost half of drivers age 15-17 killed in wrecks from 2008…

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How Safe are Electric Cars?

Electric vehicles have a surprisingly long history, but they didn’t begin to surge in popularity until the first mass market all-electric units began rolling off the assembly line in 2008. Amounting to much more than just a fad, electric cars have become the vehicle of choice for environmentally-conscious consumers, and those who wish to save…

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Brain Injury Awareness & Participating in a Campaign

Throughout the year there are many events that are recognized to highlight resources, outstanding organizations and individuals that are advocating for awareness. With March, comes Brain Injury and Traumatic Injury Awareness month. Brain Injury and Traumatic Brain Injury are often referred to as silent epidemics because despite being extremely prevalent all around the world, they…

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Brain Injury Lawyers Recommend New Concussion App

Recent headlines about concussions suffered by children have raised awareness about head injuries. But according to new research from the American Academy of Pediatrics, many parents remain uninformed about mild traumatic brain injury, or TBI. The study highlights the need to educate parents on how to recognize a concussion after an injury, said Dr. Tracy…

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Driverless Motor Vehicles Pose Safety, Liability Risks

Driverless motor vehicles are one of the latest technological advancements the automotive industry hopes to bring to market. While completely autonomous vehicles are not yet available, consumers can purchase or lease vehicles that provide some of these automated features. Parking assistance and crash avoidance (also known as automatic braking) are examples of technologies bringing us…

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