Atom-Smasher Requires Touch – up before the Restart, CERN Confirms

Large Hadron Collider

The operators of Europe's giant atom-smasher confirmed the issues being faced by the machine only after few days of being operated with great fanfare and celebrations.

India Witnesses Launch of Garmin-ASUS Nuvifone M10 Smartphone

India Witnesses Launch of Garmin-ASUS Nuvifone M10 Smartphone

Today, Garmin Ltd. and ASUSTeK Computer Inc. jointly announced that launch and availability of the nuvifone M10, which is a full-featured smartphone, across markets in India.

 

Using Hands-Free Cell Phone Safe: Making Call Isn’t

U. S. National Safety Council

According to a new report given by the U. S. National Safety Council, hands free phone is safe to use but the call which is made while using the phone may prove to be dangerous.

Although, these cell phones have been legalized by the Government, but the detrimental consequences of its use can be seen now.

Canadians in Love with Their iPhones

iPhones

Apple has locked up its technology lovers in Canada while iPhone is competing with Google’s Android platform in the rest of the world.

Federal appeals court rejects Microsoft’s review request in i4i lawsuit

Federal appeals court rejects Microsoft’s review request in i4i lawsuit

The federal appeals court Thursday rejected Microsoft’s most recent request for a multiple-judge appraisal in the patent-infringement lawsuit filed against it by the Toronto-based i4i, which alleged that Microsoft Word 2003 and
2007 breach its patents related to custom XML.

Apple publishes “iPad-ready sites” list; ditches Flash for HTML5

Apple publishes “iPad-ready sites” list; ditches Flash for HTML5

Apple’s Thursday-published listing of the “iPad-ready sites” - Web sites optimized for compatibility with the iPad’s features – include The New York Times, Reuters, CNN, The White House, and other sites which support “the latest web standards — including HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript.” In addition, some of the other Websites that have been listed as

Washington State may Receive Federal Aid for Basic Health Plan

Barack Obama

Governor Chris Gregoire is one of those who had rooted for the health reform bill. The reason behind this unconditional support was that once the bill was passed, Washington State would be able to siphon federal funds to provide insurance to the neediest residents of the state.

Battle for Position of Governor Intensifies

health care reforms

The battle for the position of Governor has stepped up an echelon. Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero made accusations against campaign rival House Speaker Andy Dillon. According to Bernero, Dillon does not support the new federal health care reforms.

Events to Propel Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month

Child Abuse

April is being observed as Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month.

The supporters of child abuse prevention have made it a point to pledge their support to the campaign by planting pinwheels. Each pinwheel stands for a family that has been helped in the Wayne County by Child Services.

Couples to Be Paid By Taiwan Government for Bearing Babies

Couples to Be Paid By Taiwan Government for Bearing Babies

Government of Taiwan might pay people to bear babies with the intention of boosting island’s decreasing birth rate which is one of the smallest in the world.

In the middle of the suggestions being well thought of is a monthly funding of 5,000 Taiwan dollars for every child below the age of three, a shift which would cost 36 billion Taiwan dollars per year.

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