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Briton Set for Pacific Solo Odyssey to Highlight Warming

...er voyage with 21 century technology. Armed with laptops in waterproof cases, digital cameras, and GPS trackers, she aims to be a multi-media watchdog of ocean debris, blogging not just her own reflections but evidence of Pacific flotsam. Savage plans to post text daily, video weekly, and her boat will b...

Regular Use of Laptop Could Seriously Damage Your Health

...e, portability and power. Sale of notebooks and laptops soared in India last year. According to the Indian... most of the patients are young executives who use laptops excessively. While working on laptops, people should take a break every 20 to 25 minutes otherwise m...

Wipro Goes Green With Eco-friendly Desktops, Laptops

... rolled out an eco-friendly range of desktops and laptops that aim at reducing the e-waste in the environment. The new range of products, christened Wipro GreenWare, is compliant with norms for restriction of hazardous substances. The $3-billion IT bellwether has set up an e-waste management process - Wi...

No Laptop Please for Children

... been told. But now UK experts are warning against laptops with wireless internet too. // Professor Lawrie Challis, head of the government's committee on mobile phone safety research, said children should keep a safe distance from the embedded antennas. Challis, a retired professor of physics at the Unive...

Denim Lovers Beware, Fertility Could Be in Danger, Says a New Study

...y of New York study three years ago had showed how laptops could damage fertility. Dr. Yefim Sheynkin, an associate professor of urology at the University had led the study of the effect of heat from the computers on the genital region. Keeping a laptop on the lap for an hour could raise scrotal tempera...

Incorrect lifestyle may be the cause of male infertility

...rk at Stony Brook, Stony Brook New York found that laptops can reach internal operating temperatures of over 70o C, and as they are frequently placed close to the scrotum, may be the cause of infertility. Scientist also discourage the use of tight pants and hot tubs as they can lead to overheating sperm-pro...

Testing Your Health & Charging Your Mobile At One Go - Check Out The Urine Powered Batteries

... disposable devices - it is not yet ready to power laptops or iPods. "But if, for example, we place a small cellular phone or transmitter on a plastic card, the chip will work as a disposable biofluid-activated means of communication in an emergency," he said. Lee believes the system could be used in home...

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