28
Apr
2016

Phil Schiller gives fans a grammar lesson: never pluralize Apple product names

You use your iPhone every day, but how many iPhones do you actually own? That simple question would never pass a grammar check by Apple’s boss of worldwide marketing, Phil Schiller. Responding to a debate on pluralizing the iPad Pro name, which ensued between Andreessen Horowitz partner Benedict Evans and analyst Michael Gartenberg, Schiller tweeted that “One […]

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28
Apr
2016

This hoodie (yes, hoodie) delivered a great massage

The AiraWear adds a little bulk, but the sturdy, hardworking air vest that's embedded under the ...

There are a few problems with massage chairs. Primarily, they never seem to provide adequate pressure, offering more of a light tickle than any kind of deep massage. They're also expensive and have the issue that when you're sitting in one, you can't really be doing other things. The AiraWear solves this issue by building air massage chambers into a hoodie that goes where you go. I got my sore back into one to see just how well it works.

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Category: Wearables

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28
Apr
2016

Amazon Tap review: Take Alexa with you anywhere

Tap can go anywhere as a Bluetooth speaker but needs to be online for Alexa to ...

After more than a year of flying under the radar by tech standards, Amazon's Alexa voice-controlled assistant platform is looking to become more mainstream, and one of its first moves to that end is to become more portable – with the new Amazon Tap. We've spent a few weeks with the battery-powered version of the original Alexa device, the Echo.

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Category: Home Entertainment

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28
Apr
2016

Screening existing drugs to uncover new weapons against antibiotic-resistant bacteria

The researchers analyzed some 10,000 compounds, finding three approved drugs that might prove effective at combating ...

Bacteria that are resistant to standard antibiotics represent one of the biggest threats to global health today, and one particular type, known as carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE), was recently classified by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as having the most urgent antimicrobial resistance threat level possible. Help might just be at hand though, with researchers from the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) using a screening method to identify existing drugs that might well prove effective against the dangerous bacteria.

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Category: Medical

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