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Samsung Says Stop Using Galaxy Note 7 Now And Get A Replacement

Following multiple reports about the Galaxy Note 7 exploding, Samsung has issued a statement urging its customers to exchange their existing Galaxy Note 7 immediately by participating in the replacement program. Launched in early August, Samsung announced an unprecedented recall of over 2.5 million units after some reports of the phone catching fire and exploding emerged in the past few ...

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Testosterone Study: Researchers Find Little Results In Men Using Low Testosterone Boosters

A low testosterone treatment study found no significant improvement in the sex lives, strength, or mood of a group of male participants. The results of the government-sponsored research is the first one to provide proof as to whether some popular “low-t” booster supplements actually help with low sex drive, lack of energy, and other age-related problems. As reported by Fox ...

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The Jaq charges a smartphone using hydrogen fuel cells

The Jaq smartphone charger, from Swedish startup MyFC, is trying to swap lithium-ion batteries for hydrogen fuel cells. MyFC says it’s the world smallest and most powerful fuel cell charger in the world, and it lets you stay charged without ever having to touch a wall outlet. Instead of plugging the charger into the wall and juicing up a standard ...

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Microsoft to deliver Windows 10 updates using peer-to-peer technology

Microsoft is planning to distribute future Windows 10 updates using a peer-to-peer (P2P) protocol. While Microsoft has traditionally uses Windows Update to deliver OS and some application updates from a single source, the latest leaked build of Windows 10 reveals that the company is moving towards P2P. A new option allows Windows 10 users to enable “updates from more than one ...

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Most Adults Spend More Time Using Smartphones And Computers Than Sleeping

New alarming research has found that the average adult spends more time on their smartphone and computer than they do sleeping. When computers, and cell phones for that matter, were invented, many people thought they would lead to a zombie generation, and one that is more obsessed with their emails than they are with a good night’s sleep, and that ...

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Man admits using bogus sleep study to record women’s rapes

Frances BurnsCHIBA, Japan, Feb. 5 (UPI) — A man with no medical training has admitted using a bogus sleep study to rape and videotape scores of women, police in Japan said. Top News – UPI.com

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Veggie Caucus Using Twitter to Capture Cafeteria Transgressions

Congressional Vegetarian Staff Association head Adam Sarvana doesn’t really want it to be considered a food fight. “I keep wanting to not treat it like it’s a battle, that there’s a confrontation there, because that’s not how we approach it,” Sarvana told Whispers. But for months now, Sarvana and his veggie-loving cohorts have been pressuring Restaurant Associates, Capitol Hill’s cafeteria ...

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Daily Newsers test signing up for Obamacare using Internet, phone and ‘navigator’

MIKE SEGAR/REUTERS Three Newsers attempted Friday to sign up for health insurance through the Internet, the phone and a ‘navigator.’ While the first two options worked fine, finding a navigator on Black Friday was impossible. Three Daily News staffers tried Friday to sign up for insurance through the phone, the Internet and a “navigator.” The results were far better than ...

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Wheelchair: Tongue Can Now Steer A Wheelchair Using A Smartphone

The March of Science continues to reach unexpected levels. Scientists have invented a wireless device that allows paralyzed people to steer their wheelchair using their tongues. In a recent clinical experiment, people paralyzed in all four limbs, a condition known as tetraplegia or quadriplegia, used the tongue-driven system to guide a wheelchair through an obstacle course. There are presently about ...

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Sarah Atwell Has ‘Elephant Man Syndrome’: Defies Bullying Using YouTube

Sarah Atwell has neurofibromatosis, which is the same condition that afflicted the “Elephant Man”, Joseph Merrick, at the end of the nineteenth century. Her condition is considerably less severe and has manifested itself as a large tumor which affects about half her face. A documentary about its psychological and physical effect upon her, “The Girl With Half a Face,” will ...

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