Health


Fat Loss

08

Sep 2017

Get a Lean Body, Become Fit & Strong with Modius Health

Most people would love to lose a few pounds and get a lean and healthy body. MODIUS is a revolutionary new careable technology which helps you reduce body weight and gain a leaner body. MODIUS is cutting edge technology developed by neuroscientists based in San Diego, California. It works by stimulating a part of the brain that has been shown to naturally influence body weight...

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Nvidia Shield Tablet review: It’s not for everyone, but this tablet stands a fighting chance to win over gamers

07

Aug 2014

Nvidia Shield Tablet review: It’s not for everyone, but this tablet stands a fighting chance to win over gamers

TechRadar’s verdict “The Nvidia Shield tablet isn’t as portable as its predecessor, but it’s the tablet the gamers deserve.” For Decently priced Great specs Possible alternative to Steam Machines Against Not as portable as the first Contoller is beefy Page 1 of 2Introduction and performance 1.Introduction and performance 2.Controller, features and verdict Despite its problems, we actually liked Nvidia’s original Shield Android gaming handheld. Our...

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Londoners will enjoy blazing 5G speeds by 2020, promises Boris Johnson

28

Jul 2014

Londoners will enjoy blazing 5G speeds by 2020, promises Boris Johnson

Remember when he said London would be a giant WiFi hotspot by 2012? Yeah… Londoners will have access to 5G mobile speeds by 2020, according to Mayor Boris Johnson. As part of a wider plan for London’s infrastructure between now and 2050, Johnson will pledge this week to bring 5G to London in the next six years. That may sound like an ambitious target, with...

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Eye Robot: Commenters take a look at Google’s smart contact lens plan and don’t like what they see

21

Jul 2014

Eye Robot: Commenters take a look at Google’s smart contact lens plan and don’t like what they see

Life changing accessory, or ultimate spying device? Health trackers are the big thing of the moment, the only problem being… most of them are guessing. Some do little more than tell you have far you’ve walked in a particular day, in case you’ve somehow forgotten you went out or had other things on your mind than counting how many steps you took. And you can...

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Military Funds Brain-Computer Interfaces to Control Feelings

13

Jul 2014

Military Funds Brain-Computer Interfaces to Control Feelings

Brain reader: An array of micro-electrodes printed on plastic can record from the brain’s surface. It is 6.5 millimeters on a side. Researcher Jose Carmena has worked for years training macaque monkeys to move computer cursors and robotic limbs with their minds. He does so by implanting electrodes into their brains to monitor neural activity. Now, as part of a sweeping $70 million program funded...

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4K TV channels on the way as DVB-UHDTV standard is approved

07

Jul 2014

4K TV channels on the way as DVB-UHDTV standard is approved

More pixels, more colours, more awesome 4K TV channels in the UK took a step closer to reality over the weekend after a new Ultra HD TV broadcast specification was approved for Europe by the DVB Steering Board. The new DVB-UHDTV Phase 1 specification allows for the over-the-air transmission of 3840×2160 resolution pictures at 60Hz and promises much improved colour depth with 10 bits per...

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Bendy implant harnesses the power

23

Apr 2014

Bendy implant harnesses the power

Bendy implant harnesses the power of your beating heart Fancy becoming a real human dynamo? Every breath you take could one day be used to generate electricity. Energy from the natural motion of the heart, lungs and diaphragm in cows, pigs and sheep has been harnessed to power medical implants. The hope is that people with pacemakers, cochlear implants and heart monitors will one day...

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DNA nanobots deliver drugs

22

Apr 2014

DNA nanobots deliver drugs

  It’s a computer – inside a cockroach. Nano-sized entities made of DNA that are able to perform the same kind of logic operations as a silicon-based computer have been introduced into a living animal. The DNA computers – known as origami robots because they work by folding and unfolding strands of DNA – travel around the insect’s body and interact with each other, as...

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