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[27 Jan 2013 | No Comment | 823 views | by ]
Gangster Squad: Mickey Cohen’s life

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Sean Penn is making a movie, which is based on the mobster Mickey Cohen. The movie will revolve around his life. Mickey Cohen at the height of his power had a Cadillac, which was bulletproof and was a prominent friend of the singer Frank Sinatra. He was also the friend of Lana Turner.
Mickey Cohen couldn’t be killed
There were some attacks on his life, which included bombs, lead pipe and a machine gun. All couldn’t end the life of Mickey Cohen. The crime boss was tricky and worked for two dark …

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[26 Jan 2013 | No Comment | 494 views | by ]
Samsung: On new horizons

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Samsung in this year’s Consumer Electronics Show of 2013 had curved AMOLED displays. The tablets, monitors as well as phones were the gadgets being implemented upon. AMOLED are the displays for the future. The curved displays can change everything from gamepads to steering wheels.
The AMOLED curved display is still a nascent technology and it’s too early to predict its ins and outs. The implementation on smartphones is spectacular and the battery can be compromised with AMOLED display. It is the tip of the iceberg.
It is the cutting edge of technology …

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[24 Jan 2013 | One Comment | 381 views | by ]
The smartphones for 2013

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This year, there are some wonderful and innovative smartphones releasing. Now, 2013 is here and this year will be better, faster and smarter for the smartphones.
1: Samsung Galaxy S4
The most highly anticipated smartphone of the New Year is none other than Samsung Galaxy S4. It was set to be released on the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January. A new teaser trailer has been released called Get Ready, which gives away that the smartphone will be released at Consumer Electronics Show. Samsung is making sure that is releases …

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[24 Jan 2013 | No Comment | 299 views | by ]
Don’t try it at home: tDCS for emitting powerful opioid pain killers

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A team of prominent global researchers at the prestigious University of Michigan have used non-invasive transcranial direct current stimulation. It is commonly referred to as tDCS. It can release endogenous opioids. The human body has a powerful painkilling drug, which induces euphoria. It is similar to morphine. The approach is useful because these opioids can be released by some damp sponges to the scalp and a nine volt battery. A person can get high with the help of human body’s own drugs. No need to buy drugs and smoking pot …

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[22 Jan 2013 | No Comment | 732 views | by ]
Two sides of the same coin: Mars and Earth

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Mars, very long time ago wasn’t a barren rocky planet that it is today. New evidence is being collected by satellites and rovers which indicate that billions of years ago, the Red Planet had oceans, lakes and a brilliant atmosphere. It could have supported life. All the water and signs of life are gone now, but Mars seems to look like earth some billion years ago.
The latest images captured were very beautiful and Mars have been recreated as it was some billion years ago. The photos are the assumption of …

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[22 Jan 2013 | No Comment | 100 views | by ]
Degrees for a secure future: Loved and hated

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Now is an excellent time for thinking about what to study. For remaining employed in the present and the future, there are many skills to be learned. There are certain degrees the employers like and some can make them frown.
The unemployment rate of 8.1 percent was deemed great and above that it is sad.
Bachelor in Health care administration: Loved
A degree in health care administration is excellent for people, who like leadership and health care. According to USA estimates, 28 percent of the jobs would be in social assistance and health …

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[15 Jan 2013 | No Comment | 554 views | by ]
The overachievers: Their traits

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According to psychologist John Elliot, people should train for mediocrity and aim to finish it. People never put their real potential into play. Follow the rules and buy these prescriptions:
1: Relax
2: Set goals
3: Visualize
Remember when you were successful and praise worthy. That brings the state of overachievement, where achieving goals is not good enough. It is possible to bring it about regularly. The overachievers never think normally, rationally and sensibly.
These are the traits and habits of people who excel in life.
1: Making lists
The overachievers are great list makers and …

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[15 Jan 2013 | No Comment | 440 views | by ]
Self-Driving cars: Toyota and Audi

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The latest invention in anticipation has arrived at Consumer Electronics Show. Audi and Toyota are showing off their self-driving cars and showcasing foundation of future technology that would be available in cars.
Both Audi and Toyota have their own cars to display namely:
1: Toyota Lexus LS
2: Audi Pikes Peak TTS
These two cars can avoid accidents in crowded roads, can guide and warn on highways. These two automakers have varied opinions about self-driving. Lexus wants to showcase robo-car and Audi wants to showoff piloted driving car.
Toyota Lexus LS
Toyota Lexus has released its …

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[14 Jan 2013 | No Comment | 304 views | by ]
Marijuana: A brief guide

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It is the most popular used illegal drug in USA and made up of dried parts of cannabis sativa hemp plant. The street names are ganja, grass, 420 and pot. The short term effects include euphoria, memory impairment, not being able to think straight and silly ideas.
The ill effects of marijuana
In teenagers, due to marijuana usage, psychotic symptoms are developed. Also, due to use of marijuana in later life, psychotic symptoms can be observed. A new Dutch has divulged this. The relationship is bidirectional one says the doctoral candidate of …

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[14 Jan 2013 | No Comment | 407 views | by ]
Imprint Energy can render cells obsolete

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Button battery is used in most of the small scale electronics. The watches and calculators will be powered by it for a while. It has been a limiting factor in many of the new key design points. It has no obvious future.
Now Imprint Energy is a new company, which has invented an assault package. It is a rechargeable, printable, customizable battery. Moreover it is powerful, inexpensive and safe to use.
The company Imprint Energy has developed a polymer electrolyte, which allows zinc based batteries to recharge. It does not allow formation …

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