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Apple touts greater use of recycled metal in gadgets

New York: Apple wants to “one day” end the need to mine materials from the earth to make its gadgets, the technology giant said in its annual environmental responsibility report out Thursday. “Traditional supply chains are linear,” it said. “Materials are mined, manufactured as products, and often end up in landfills after use. Then the process starts over and more ... Read More »

This week’s highs and lows in PC gaming

  The highs James Davenport: Glutton mashing Bayonetta got a surprise release on PC this week and not only is the port quality great (it’s Durante approved!), it’s one of the best games I’ve played this year. Phil covered it all in his review, but I’ll recap here: The combat system is expressive and animated beautifully, the story is a ... Read More »

Not Such a Small Matter: The Use of Miniature Motors in Medical Devices

When talking about the use of miniature motors in medicine, people usually think about prosthetics and exoskeletons. But there’s a wider range of uses for these motors than just those. Here are some examples: Drills, Shavers, Saws and Screwdrivers These tools are necessities in the operating room, especially in the fields of orthopedics. After all, surgeons cannot simply use common ... Read More »

Gadgets on display in Dayton hearken to earlier age

Roughly 100 years after their original use, approximately 200 household gadgets are now on display at The Dayton Historic Depot Museum. After a call was put out on Facebook and local newspapers in December, the gadgets started arriving for the new exhibit called Make a Better Home: Domestic Gadgetry and Rural Electrification. About half the items on display are hand ... Read More »

Here’s the latest entrant in the Internet of Things in healthcare market

The Breg Flex sensor device and mobile app for remote virtual rehabilitation Physical therapy is a big part of orthopedic care, and as the era of bundled payments take hold, albeit with a pause here and there, virtual rehab is poised to take off. Traditional widget makers are sensing an opportunity in this trend. Take Breg, the sports medicine manufacturer and ... Read More »

Deca Durabolin – Using it legally in the UK

Deca Durabolin is another popular anabolic steroid and consists of Nandrolone. It is also one of the commonly used steroids by athletes as a performance enhancer. It offers tremendous benefits during the off season and is also much sought after for its therapeutic benefits. Functionality offered by Deca Durabolin This steroid is classified as a 19-nortestosterone and an anabolic steroid. ... Read More »

We need to rethink adoption in the social media age, says senior judge

Lord Justice McFarlane: ‘The difficulties facing adopters and adopted children have been made more difficult with the ever-increasing facility to trace and make contact via social media.’ Photograph: Alamy Stock Photo Too many children are being forcibly adopted against the wishes of their families and prevented from having any contact with their natural parents, a senior judge has suggested. In ... Read More »

Telephone companies in UAE and its telephone systems

The employment of PBX was to supply shared access to restricted resources. During this case, a PBX IP PBX/ PABX system share the road to all or any or any the users. Instead of providing the separate line for all the users it will change the users to share the small low pool of lines.Sort of a business having a ... Read More »

Malaria vaccine found effective in early human trial

IANS | Feb 18, 2017, 02.30 PM IST Malaria vaccine found effective in early human trial When administered together with antimalarial medication, an experimental malaria vaccinehas been found to protect people in early clinical trial. The study involved 67 healthy adult test persons, none of whom previously had malaria. The best immune response was shown in a group of nine ... Read More »

‘Curb corporal punishment in schools’, Menaka Gandhi writes to HRD ministry

After the increasing cases of corporal punishments came into limelight, Maneka Gandhi has written to HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar in order to curb such punishments in schools. Need to curb corporal punishment in schools RELATED STORIES Delhi Nursery Admissions: HC allows admission process to go on Shiamak Davar has a message for CBSE Board aspirants! Dead rat found in midday ... Read More »