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Technology review: Jawbone UP, tried and tested

A bracelet that monitors your sleep patterns, counts your steps and analyses your food intake could provide the wake-up call that changes your life<p>Every morning I wake up to a gentle vibration on my wrist, timed to start buzzing at the lightest point in my sleep cycle.<p>I press a button on my hi-tech …

Renting website 'only for attractive people' launches

LoveRoom says it is a platform for 'single people from all around the world'<p>A renting website where single people can book rooms only on the condition that they are “attractive” has gone live.<p>LoveRoom boasts that it is “a platform where single people from all around the world can rent their living …

Wristify bracelet cools or heats your entire body: Say goodbye to expensive air con - Pocket-lint

Students at MIT have developed a bracelet, called Wristify, that can change human body temperature. They say the thermoelectric bracelet could help …

latest BlackBerry news, reviews, buyer's guides - Pocket-lint

Latest from BlackBerry<p>11 January 2018<p>Last year, BlackBerry Mobile - now under the banner of TCL - launched its first traditionally-styled BlackBerry …

Add $0.50 worth of sensors to your iPhone 5s and it’ll be able to track your emotions

Advertisement<p>3 Comments<p>Credit: (c) 2013 Pinar Ozger pinar@pinarozger.com<p>The new iPhone (s AAPL) 5s includes a coprocessor containing about $3 worth …

That curved display smartphone from Samsung is real. Meet the Galaxy Round - http://tcrn.ch/15ZgCZC

Bill Gates under pressure from investors to step down as Microsoft chairman

Three of the top 20 investors in Microsoft Corp are lobbying the board to press for Bill Gates to step down as chairman of the software company he co-founded 38 years ago, people familiar with matter told Reuters.<p>While Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer has been under pressure for years to …

How eating dog became big business in Vietnam http://t.gu.com/ph2ih Every year, hundreds of thousands of pets are snatched in Thailand, then smuggled into Vietnam, destined for Hanoi's top restaurants and street stalls. Demand for dogmeat is so high that supply has become a highly lucrative – and brutal – black market

Police chief: Class A drugs should be legalised to take control away from gangs

and<p>A top police officer has said class A drugs such as cocaine and heroin should be legalised.<p>Durham chief constable Mike Barton argues the best way …

Will we ever want to have sex with robots?

<b>Meet Roxxxy, the sex robot with a triple XXX. Depending on your view, "she" is either at the cutting edge of the human-robot interface, or a modern reflection on some men's difficulties in relating to real-life partners.</b><p>While sex aids are nothing new, what makes Roxxxy different is that "we've …

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Drone piloted with Google Glass

Advertisement<p>0 Comments<p>What if you could control a drone just by tilting your head? A recent Google Glass hack sent a quadcopter cruising precisely …

3D printing failures shared online

A home 3D printer enthusiast keeps an online gallery of 3D printer failures to show that it's not as easy as it sounds.

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Rumor: Samsung Galaxy Gear Specifications Leaked

We have seen a number of leaks in the past that points towards the possible launch of the mysterious smartwatch from the Korean giant – Samsung …

Should we care that smart women aren't having kids?

New research is fueling outrage that women who don't have kids aren't just selfish losers, but dumb ones as well<p>It seems that women these days are too clever for their own good, at least when it comes to making babies. Research emerging from the London School of Economics examining the links …

Why acupuncture is giving sceptics the needle http://t.gu.com/nm5F9 Acupuncture has been prescribed by half of Britain's doctors, but after 3,000 clinical trials its efficacy remains unproven. So is the NHS making a grave error in supporting this ancient treatment?

The Week in Review: Lords, Ladies and Royal Babies

Inside Flipboard / July 26, 2013<p>There was one man in the news this week who took the media by storm—and he’s only a couple of days old. George …

Yes, porn can be vile and degrading but an authoritarian crackdown won't work. David Cameron's proposals are a sop – censorship never helps the powerless. Let's have a real debate on abuse and consent, argues Suzanne Moore for Comment is free. http://gu.com/p/3hfc5 Photograph: Michael Melia/Alamy

HIV/Aids drugs: WHO to recommend earlier treatment

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/health/990000/990842_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1524664491_8799a86bd2a6cc2599085cadd84a7043<p><b>New guidelines for HIV treatment could see millions more people in developing countries getting life-saving medicine.</b><p>The World Health Organization …

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