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Dog helpers are giving a new lease of life to disabled owners in Britain

Alongside well-groomed canines taking part in beauty contests this week at Britain’s Crufts dog show, specially trained labradors, poodles and cocker spaniels showed off a different set of skills that can save the lives of their disabled owners. These four-legged helpers are trained not just to help the blind or partially sighted but also to recognise a variety of sounds ... Read More »

Trump’s take on gaming and violence was wrong in the ’90s and it’s twice as wrong now

A cobbled-together meeting at the White House is the latest chapter in the long, misguided crusade against video games. It would be comical if the country were not in a bitter ongoing debate about gun control and the safety of children; but since we are, it’s frustrating that time is still being spent on this long-settled “debate” instead of on ... Read More »

How Digital Gaming In India Is Growing Up Into A Billion-Dollar Market

Participants at the 2018 DreamHack video gaming festival in Leipzig, Germany. India is one of the top five countries for mobile gaming in the world, and online gamers base in the country is estimated to become 310 million by 2021. (Photo credit by Getty Images) The Indian digital gaming industry is growing rapidly, with behemoths like Alibaba backed-Paytm, Tencent, Youzu and Nazara investing in ... Read More »

shop rags in bulk

Mechanics and custodians alike go through a lot of janitorial wiping rags. It only makes sense, then, to buy shop rags in bulk. If you’re not sure if it’s the right way to go, consider the benefits. Save Money Buying in bulk has the potential to save you a considerable amount of money. If you’re only buying individually or by ... Read More »

Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull backs Adani’s coal mine project in Queensland

Speaking at a business forum in Sydney, Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull said: ‘This is a project that has gone through extensive environmental permitting both at the state level and federal level, mostly state.’ Photo: Bloomberg Melbourne: Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Wednesday strongly supported Indian energy giant Adani’s controversial $16.5 billion coal mine in Queensland, saying the project has gone ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Price in India Slashed

HIGHLIGHTS Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge price dropped in India The Galaxy S7 Edge 32GB variant is now available at Rs. 35,900 Its 128GB variant is now priced at Rs. 37,900 Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge has received a price cut in India. While the Galaxy S7 Edge 32GB variant is now available for purchase at Rs. 35,900, its 128GB version is at ... Read More »

Samsung Retains Top Spot as Global Smartphone Sales Drop 4.6 Percent in Q4: Gartner

While global smartphone sales to end users were down 4.6 percent in the fourth quarter of 2017, Samsungretained its top spot with 18.2 percent share, Gartner said on Thursday. The South Korean giant though saw a year-on-year unit decline of 3.6 percent in the fourth quarter of 2017, but this did not prevent it from defending its top global smartphone vendor ... Read More »

Twitter to Soon Live Stream News in an Effort to Curb Misinformation

HIGHLIGHTS Twitter live-streamed footage from Miami’s WSVN 7 channel The media outlet was covering the shooting at a Florida school Twitter to partner regional news stations to select the footage In a bid to stop the spread of fake news, Twitter will soon live stream news, in a window next to the users’ timelines, whenever a major incident takes place. In a ... Read More »

A simple physical performance test can prevent falls in older patients

In elderly hospitalised people, the risk of sustaining a fall can be predicted through an easy physical performance test, suggests a research. A study of 807 older individuals admitted to hospital found that those who had poorer physical function at the time of admission were more likely to fall during their hospital stay; 329 falls occurred in 189 patients, including ... Read More »

It’s a goal! Ball games can boost bone health in school children

Want your child to have stronger bones? Encourage them for ball games or circuit strength training as it may help them to develop stronger bones, a new study has claimed. According to the researchers, eight to ten-year-old school children develop stronger bones, increased muscular strength and improved balance when ball games or circuit training are on the timetable. “Our research ... Read More »