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Even Knowledge of Text Messages Arrival Can Cause Distraction, Says a Research

It is not only the untimely phone call that tends to distract attention of people at work, the text messages – even the realization that one has received a text message, is enough to significantly affect one’s concentration at the work at hand and impinge performance. A recent research conducted...

Links Between Antidepressants & Birth Defect Risks Become Clearer

The latest study shows that the usage of Paxil or Prozac by a woman during her conception can lead to a birth defect in her baby. Los Angelis, California – 15 July 2015 – A recent study carried out by the government has given “sweeping” outcome, whereby it was found that “older” Paxil and Prozac,...

Wear a Wristband, Know the Harmful Chemicals You are Exposed to

Technology is now wearable.  Smart watches, fitness trackers and augmented and virtual reality headsets have become the norm for the tech-crazy. These gadgets collect and transfer data and conveying information. How would one feel if a wearable gadget could warn you of the harmful...

High Performance All-Electric car by Genovation to be showcased in September

The all electric car being developed by Genovation Cars would complete assembly by the end of July and then go in for a three week trial period. The prototype being created is called the Genovation Extreme Electric or GXE. The prototypes model is based on a 2006 Z06 Corvette. The project is being...

Bill Gates' Predictions that Came True

Bill Gates likes to be modest and never calls himself a "visionary." the predictions made by Gates sixteen years ago in his book ‘Business @ the Speed of Thought’ are worth looking at them. Bill Gates is often compared with the legendary Steve Jobs, claiming that Microsoft founder has no foresight,...

Solar Powered Air-Craft Has ‘No Way’ To Turn Back

After a long pause the solar powered aircraft resumes its flight, flying to create a history. Finally, after a wait of nearly two months, the solar impulse has finally soared up to the Japanese sky to take a giant leap across the Pacific. The next destination of the solar impulse is scheduled in...

Panasonic Begins Selling Exoskeletons

September this year, Panasonic will begin selling the new "worn robots", that is, exoskeletons designed specifically for builders and workers of warehouses, according to the Japanese publication Nikkei. The company expects that the withdrawal of the product on the market will mark the beginning of...

Top-Five Science News

Here is the selection of top-5 most interesting science news we found this month 5. The potholes are not scary Modern cars will soon have a new system that will allow the suspension to anticipate meeting with irregularities and adapt to the load, making the ride more soft and safe. One of the...

Linkedin to be More Interactive With the Revamped Pulse App

LinkedIn propelled another, standalone form of its Pulse news-perusing application on Wednesday went for giving clients a superior customized perusing knowledge and more motivations to hit up discussions with their LinkedIn associations. Since it can be difficult to filter through the majority of...

Economic Assessment for Coated Spherical Graphite By Syrah Resources

Syrah Resources is satisfied to report the aftereffects of an Internal Economic Assessment (IEA) on the world's biggest Coated Spherical Graphite Facility in the United States. This IEA has been arranged with the help of China Aluminum International Engineering Corporation Limited (Chalieco) and a...
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