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Science (15 Mar, 2007)
Chemical Found in Cosmetics, Soaps and Lubricants is Hazardous for Men
Till now scientists have been aware of the fact that exposure to phthalates is linked to reproductive issues. Recently they have discovered that this chemical, found in nearly everything including plastics, shampoos, cosmetics, lubricants, paint and soaps, is strongly connected to abdominal obesity and insulin resistance in adult males. This scientific discovery was made by the University of Rochester Medical Center. ...
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Technology (23 Mar, 2007)
China's Google in Japan
The number one search engine in China, Baidu.com, has started its own Japanese search engine, which is the company's first regular service it provides outside of China. The new website, called www.baidu.jp includes a search bar for Web page and image searches. The site also features a user help and advanced services. ...
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Technology (01 Apr, 2007)
Microsoft Comes up with New Visitor Attracting Strategies
Microsoft develops new ways and strategies to acquire more and more visitors to their search engine MSN Live Search: from inventing new filtering systems for displaying results, to new search algorithms and paying or rewarding the visitors for using Live Search. ...
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Offbeat (03 Apr, 2007)
Russia's Internet Award Was Given Away
Russian's have their own way of celebrating the best web resources on the Russian Internet. They have an award, called "The ROTOR", which is given way every year to a series of best sites. ...
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Technology (08 Apr, 2007)
Google is out testing new old features
Google extensively testing, or maybe already not, it 'Notebook' feature. The 'Google Notebook' enables Google's user to note queries of their choice to explore them later. The feature is available only when logged in into Google services. ...
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Technology (14 Apr, 2007)
Google buys DoubleClick, Microsoft still too far from online ads
Google pays $3.1 billion for an online advertising business DoubleClick. This acquisition has become second largest in Google's history after the purchase of YouTube last year for $1.65 billion. ...
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Science (24 Nov, 2010)
Dutch Researchers Found that Wi-Fi Damages Trees
Researchers from the Netherlands say that radiation from Wi-Fi networks has a negative impact on trees and can seriously affect the development of other plants. ...
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Technology (18 Nov, 2010)
Swiss Wristwatch of Supreme Luminosity
Swiss watch brand Luminox presents its new Atacama Field Day-Date watch created in the signature military style and fitted with the brand's famous Luminox Light Technology - LLT. ...
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Technology (17 Nov, 2010)
Kinetic Energy Used to Recharge Gadgets
Nearly all gadgets used today need power and the biggest problem is battery life. One designer decided to create a device that produces clean energy that can be used to recharge various gadgets. ...
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Science (19 Apr, 2007)
New Electronic Display to Be Used on Clothes and Beer Cans

Scientists working on the international project are looking forward to bring the organic light emitting devices to the masses. Thus the invention could significantly cut costs by billions of dollars each year.

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Technology (21 Oct, 2010)
Lithium-Ion Batteries Smaller than a Grain of Sand
Today nearly all gadgets are powered by lithium-ion batteries, including laptops and cell phone. Scientists from DARPA decided to improve this technology and develop the lithium-ion batteries smaller that a grain of sand. ...
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Technology (20 Oct, 2010)
Projectors that Show Video Content Floating in Mid-Air
The popular trade show CREATEC Japan 2010 housed a lot of different newly-developed devices. Ishikawa Optics&Arts Corp is one of the companies that presented at the trade show its two unique projectors. ...
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Technology (08 Oct, 2010)
Latest Invention: New-Gen Exoskeleton from Berkeley Bionics
Berkeley Bionics, a company based in California, presented at a press conference its latest invention - eLEGS exoskeleton. The device was developed for paraplegics and is controlled via an onboard computer. ...
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Health & Fitness (07 May, 2007)
New Saliva Test to Save 1,000 Unborn Babies Each Year
Scientists from UK are currently working on a simple saliva test that could easily and more effectively spot a deadly pregnancy complication, that kills hundreds of unborn babies each year. ...
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Health & Fitness (11 May, 2007)
Alcohol Consumption at Home Can Prevent Binge Drinking
Parents may prevent their teenage children to buy boose by consuming alcohol with them at home. ...
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