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LG is returning to the tablet market with the G Pad, which the company is marketing as the only 8in-class device to feature a full-HD display

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...’s Play Store which only features programs that Archos’ staff have judged to be suitable for a younger audience. Sony has already announced plans for its Android-compatible SmartWatch 2 but has yet to put the device on sale. The Korea Times has quoted a Samsung executive as saying the firm would unveil its first Galaxy Gear smartwatch at Ifa, but that the device would not feature the f...

Ucheck is a smartphone app that uses a phone's camera to analyze urine and check for a range of medical conditions

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...0 machine they can use their existing smartphones,” he said. Currently Uchek is only available for iPhones but versions for Android will be coming soon, Myshkin Ingawale announced. While such smartphones may be beyond the budget of many in the developing world, he is hopeful that will not remain the case for ever. “I’m calling you from a $100 Android phone which I bought from a s...

Sony has launched Xperia Z Ultra waterproof Android smartphone with a 6.4 in screen

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...using a standard pencil or metal-tipped pen in addition to an optional stylus. Sony says it intends for the device to challenge Samsung’s dominance of the jumbo-sized handset sector. According to a study by consultants Transparency Market Research, Samsung accounted for 70% of the overall “superphone and phablet” market in 2012 thanks to the popularity of models including the Ga...

Nike has unveiled Fuelband SE, its second generation activity-tracking wristband

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...an others. The Fuelband SE lets owners define the start and end of a session and then tag it – for example as yoga or basketball. Nike’s software then adjusts its “fuel” score accordingly. However, speculation that Nike would add a heart monitor or other new sensor to improve accuracy proved incorrect. The New York launch came two weeks after the Fitbit Force was unveiled &...

Chirp transmits data via a burst of "digital birdsong" and aims to simplify the way users share images and other files between smartphones

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...are was developed by Animal Systems, a spin-off business from University College London (UCL). It is free to use, but companies will be charged a fee for add-on services. At the moment users are limited to sending pictures, website links or 140-character text messages. These appear in a feed similar to Facebook’s timeline. Other applications such as Android Beam, Bump, Datasync and Dropbox a...

Ouya games console costs $99 and runs on Google's Android operating system

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Ouya games console, which industry experts say could disrupt the industry, has begun shipping to customers. The Ouya costs $99 and runs on Google’s Android operating system. Games on the system will be a fraction of the cost of traditional console games, more comparable to those found on mobiles and tablets. However, Ouya may struggle to muscle in on a market dominated by big players such a...

Samsung has launched the Galaxy Mega, the biggest smartphone to date, which features a 6.3 in screen

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...e – which features a 6.3 in (16 cm) screen. Samsung suggested Galaxy Mega’s size made it ideal for watching videos or running two apps alongside each other. The South Korean company helped popularize the so-called “phablet” category – in which phones approach tablet dimensions – with its original 5.3 in Galaxy Note in 2011. That proved more popular than many expected,...

Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona kicks off with a fresh tablet from Samsung and a new Android handset from Huawei

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...then make money through content sales, whereas Samsung is a hardware manufacturer selling something for a margin. “It’s very difficult for consumers to tell the difference between these products – but what does make Samsung stand out is the fact they are prepared to carpet bomb marketing with an eye-watering budget, which effectively marginalizes some of the other companies tryi...

Michael Dermyer and his 5 year-old son Colin watching the waves glow neon blue from the red tide at Moonlight Beach in Encinitas, California

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...nd Wildlife Conservation Commission reported this week. Data provided by Mote Marine Laboratory from samples collected by the Sarasota Health Department showed medium concentrations of Karenia brevis, the Florida Red Tide organism, in one water sample taken from Manasota Beach, and low concentrations in water samples collected near Venice Beach and Englewood. Further testing is scheduled for this...

Nestle hopes to find a way to combat the gradual degradation of taste ice cream often suffers, as its structure is the key to the way it tastes

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Scientists at the Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research in Davos, Switzerland, are helping specialists from Nestle to study how ice cream’s structure changes when it is stored in a household freezer. Samples of ice cream have been scanned with an X-ray machine more typically used to study the ice crystals which are key to avalanche formation. Nestle is hoping to reveal the exact conditi...

Shakil Afridi, the Pakistani doctor who helped the US to locate Osama Bin Laden, has said he was unaware he was involved with the 2011 killing of the al-Qaeda chief

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...o his cell. The doctor is alleged to have used a fake hepatitis B vaccination campaign to obtain DNA samples of Osama Bin Laden’s family. He was sentenced to 33 years in jail in May for funding and supporting a militant group, but correspondents say it is generally acknowledged he is being punished for helping the CIA. Shakil Afridi, the Pakistani doctor who helped the US to locate Osama Bi...

A layer of varnish added later to protect Van Gogh work Flowers In A Blue Vase is in fact turning the yellow to a greyish-orange color

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...acked. Normally, cadmium yellow grows paler and less vibrant as it ages. So the team again took tiny samples of the work to some of Europe’s largest sources of X-rays: the ESRF in France and Desy in Germany. Both use vast particle accelerators to speed up electrons, which spray out X-rays as they pass around the accelerators. The purpose was to determine not only what was in the samples in t...

Nearly 11 years on, a small group of scientists are still desperately working to give grieving families the justice they crave

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...six by tattoos. The work also involves profiling the DNA of the victims to match against the bones. Samples were collected by taking DNA from toothbrushes or by swabbing living relatives. Even though it is painstaking, families have praised the work as vital. Jim Riches, a former deputy chief of the FDNY who lost his son on 9/11, told the magazine: “We recovered my son March 25, 2002 but it wasn&...

Nadzeya Ostapchuk, women's shot put Olympic gold medalist, has been stripped of her title after failing a doping test

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...doping test An IOC statement said: “The athlete was first requested to provide a urine sample for a doping control on 5 August. “She competed the next day in the women’s shot put event, where she placed first, and was asked to provide a sample straight after her competition. “Both samples indicated the presence of metenolone, which is classified as anabolic agent under the...

The Natural History Museum (NHM) in London has acquired the 1kg piece of the Tissint rock thanks to an anonymous benefactor

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...after three representative members: Shergotty, Nakhla, and Chassigny. “Looking at similar Mars samples, the ejection date of this sample could range from about 600,000 years ago up to about 17 million years ago,” said Dr. Caroline Smith. Science would dearly love to retrieve fresh samples of Martian rock for study in Earth labs. The scale and breadth of the analytical techniques that a...

Tests on mice showed that both Glivec and Sutent depleted pericytes by 70 percent while metastasis rates tripled

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...ow relevant the findings were to patients, the scientists went on to examine 130 human breast cancer samples. Samples with low numbers of pericytes in tumor blood vessel networks correlated with the most deeply invasive cancers, distant cancer spread, and five and 10-year survival rates lower than 20%. Some assumptions about cancer must now be revisited, Prof. Raghu Kalluri believes. “We must go b...

The Turkish media identified Sarai Sierra's secret lover as Tarkan K and said the pair began communicating online about three or four months ago

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...22 suspects came back with no link to her murder. Police are said to have taken both blood and sperm samples from Tarkan K. Sarai Sierra, 33, who filed for bankruptcy on 2005, had been unemployed for several years but recently got a part time job at a chiropractor’s office. Her 40-year-old husband is a New York City bus driver. He drives an old Safari mini bus and neighbors said money appeared tig...

Harmful levels of lead have been revealed following an analysis of commercially available rice imported into the US

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...o we can only conclude that they can potentially cause harmful effects.” That factor of 120 is for Asian children, who are most susceptible by virtue of age and comparatively high rice intake on average. For non-Asian adults the excesses above the PTTI ranged from 20 to 40. Rice from China and Taiwan had the highest lead levels, but Dr. Tsanangurayi Tongesayi stressed that all of the samples...

The Crave Brothers Les Freres cheese is being recalled from supermarket shelves after it may have killed at least one person and caused a Listeria outbreak

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...y, according to the Huffington Post. The FDA said the Minnesota Department of Agriculture is testing samples of the cheese and early results indicate that there is Listeria present in the samples. Confirmation of these results is pending. The Crave Brothers Les Freres cheese is being recalled from supermarket shelves after it may have killed at least one person and caused a Listeria outbreak If i...

Researchers have found that weight loss after gastric band surgery may be partly caused by changes to micro-organisms that live in the gut

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Researchers have found that weight loss after gastric band surgery may be partly caused by changes to micro-organisms that live in the gut. A study in mice has shown that surgery causes different types of bacteria to colonize the gut. Transferring samples of those bacteria into healthy mice caused them to rapidly lose weight without surgery. However, the Harvard University researchers said they c...

Yasser Arafat’s body is to undergo tests to find out whether his death in Paris in 2004 was caused by poisoning

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...inside the stone-clad tomb mausoleum, scientists from France, Switzerland and Russia will each take samples, former Palestinian intelligence chief Tawfik Tirawi told reporters. Each team will conduct its own independent analysis of the sample, he said, and then body will be reburied the same day with military honors. Yasser Arafat, who led the Palestine Liberation Organization for 35 years and be...

Rather than revealing her toned body, Lady Gaga skimpy costumes showed bulging hips and thighs, cascading tummy and double chin

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...dark sunglasses with her head wrapped in a white scarf. She signed autographs and handed out perfume samples to her fans, who had waited for hours to meet her. Lady Gaga has never been one to hide away her body, but after piling on 30 lbs it seems she is reassessing her wardrobe The outfit was positively demure for Lady Gaga. But perhaps she had seen photos of herself the previous night. Then the...

Dromedary camels could be responsible for passing to humans the deadly MERS coronavirus

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A new research suggests that dromedary camels could be responsible for passing to humans the deadly MERS coronavirus that emerged last year. Tests have shown the MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) virus, or one that is very closely related, has been circulating in the animals, offering a potential route for the spread. The study is published in the journal Lancet Infectious Diseases. But the...

President Barack Obama said the US was seeking confirmation if chemical weapons were used in Damascus attacks

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...dent Barack Obama said the use of chemical weapons in Syria would cross a “red line” and force a tough US response. Meanwhile, Russia joined calls for an “objective investigation” by UN chemical weapons experts. Foreign Ministry spokesman Aleksandr Lukashevich said Moscow had urged President Bashar al-Assad to co-operate with a probe, but also that questions remained abou...

Melanoma, a deadly form of skin cancer, is able to fend off the body's immune system

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British researchers have found that melanoma, a deadly form of skin cancer, is able to fend off the body’s immune system. Analysis of tumor and blood samples shows that melanoma knocks out the body’s best immune defence. A potential test could work out which patients are likely to respond to treatment, the Journal of Clinical Investigation reports. Cancer Research UK said the bodyR...