The ultimate way to control your weight, a ‘pacemaker’ for the stomach

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The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) has given go-ahead to the use in the United States of one of the latest technological advances, seeking to help us with the uncontrollable appetite. This kind of pacemaker for the stomach is called The Maestro Rechargeable System and sends high frequency electrical signals to the vagus nerve to tell the brain that, now we have more hungry but have eaten little. This advance in the treatment of obesity cannot access any who wants to lose weight. It’s been proven to work, making it…

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There came the connected suitcase for that every travelling lover of the technology has been looking for


Developments in when connected devices are at their highest point, where we’ve seen all kinds of accessories and products that some have decided to label as “smart” as one of its features is the ability to transmit information from one or more devices wirelessly. It is now as we know the Pluggage project, which many would consider the perfect suitcase, because it integrates everything needed to enjoy our trip without the ever-present concern of a possible loss of baggage and other functions which are always well received in those moments…

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Essential Features Your Next Web Hosting Company Should Offer

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Are you in the process of choosing your first web host? Perhaps you are already hosting with someone but you want to move your site elsewhere? Whatever the reason, you’ll doubtless have a head spinning with all kinds of acronyms and terminology. Trouble is; how do you know which features are the best ones to have for your website? If you’re feeling somewhat confused by it all, don’t worry! That’s because today’s blog post will run through some of the things your new web host should have. Here is what…

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Keeping a Key Logger Software – Keeping You Safe at All Times

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At 1.5 million victims per day, around 556 million individuals become a victim of cyber crime every year which means that every 18 seconds a person faces cyber crime without being able to do much about it. Statistics reveal that not even half of the cyber criminals are caught and are able to get away quite easily. Does that scare you too? If your answer is yes, it is high time you start thinking how to keep all your online data safe and secure. After all you want to ensure…

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The Google modular phone seeks to take its first steps in Puerto Rico

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The US Company will launch sometimes this year its pilot program in the Caribbean nation to boost their smartphone model that you can customize their performance of hardware using various interchangeable parts… Google will present this year in Puerto Rico a modular phone as part of a pilot program that will allow people to choose their own hardware based on their needs and interests. The company will partner with the Claro telecommunications operator, based in Mexico, and the local operator Open Mobile to offer the phone which is part of…

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Montblanc thinks that the brain must be on the belt


Square, round, autonomous, dependent on the phone, with Google platform, or without it, few companies will be left without creating a smart watch. The companies that take the whole life by making watches, and others that coming from the world of consumer electronics looking for a slice of the pie. The traditional watch market is huge, with many price levels and technologies. Such a prestigious firm as the German Montblanc has proposed a smart way to convert your artwork, without touching what they believe is enough. How Come? By integrating…

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Meccano parts will be part of an open source robot

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Like other systems, educational games, the company plans to introduce a kit to build an android that can be armed and programmed by children and adolescents… With pieces of polycarbonate, Meccano introduced a kit for the children and young people can create their own robot. Under the name of Meccanoid G15 KS, Android can be programmed to taste thanks to the Mecca Brain system, with voice recognition functions and operations may also be integrated with phones and tablets using the official application for iOS and Android.

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Samsung new egg-shaped speakers and point in all directions

Samsung WAM7500

Samsung new wireless speakers under the same egg-shaped design and looks like a small robot, which could have come out of film A Space Odyssey, or an element of the game Portal. There are two different models mainly differ in size and mobility opportunities. Both are intended to send sound in all directions. The Samsung WAM7500 is a larger speaker, designed to stay fixed on a point of the room, while the WAM6500, is smaller and has internal battery. For the projection of that “omnidirectional” sound, Samsung unveils proprietary technology…

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Safety tips for protecting your data

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Unfortunately we receive daily reports of people who are victims of various crimes such as fraud, kidnapping information, phishing, etc. To protect as far as possible we offer the following tips: Phishing or Spoofing Using social engineering (deception), seeks to obtain confidential information, such as passwords or other data, through the use of emails and fraudulent websites. Virus and malware It is malicious software, which is intended to damage or hide information in a computer. Sometimes it is used to encrypt data and ask for a ransom by the key…

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Ryptide: The lifeguards drone


Not only serve to take spectacular photos or send pizzas; the drones can also have a utility something richer than those we know today. To test this, a group of students from King Low Heywood Thomas, in the US, develop Ryptide, a project that seeks to create a drone that is capable of performing the work of lifeguards on the coasts. Ryptide is a regular drone, a small four propeller helicopter that in an emergency can be manipulated to distance for rapidly assist a person in the middle of the…

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