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Incidence of childhood tuberculosis could be 25 percent higher than previous estimates

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 03:57 PM PDT

New estimates indicate that over 650,000 children develop tuberculosis (TB) every year in the 22 countries with a high burden of the disease -- almost 25 percent higher than the total number of new cases worldwide estimated by WHO in 2012. The research also suggests that about 15 million children are exposed to TB every year, and roughly 53 million are living with latent TB infection, which can progress to infectious active TB at any time.

Huntington's disease protein helps wire young brain

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 03:57 PM PDT

A surprising new role for the Huntington's disease protein has been uncovered: it helps wire connections in early brain development. Understanding more about how the protein works may help inform treatment for early stages of the disease. Huntington's disease is a progressive neurodegenerative disorder that causes a wide variety of symptoms, such as uncontrolled movements, inability to focus or remember, depression and aggression.

New approach to identify genes poised to respond in asthma patients

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 03:56 PM PDT

Researchers have identified new genes that likely contribute to asthma, a disease that currently affects over 200 million people world wide. The frequency of asthma is rising across the developed world as well as in several large developing countries. Treatment for asthma usually includes long-term nonspecific medication, as there is no cure at present.

Neighborhoods with healthy food options less likely to have overweight kids

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 03:56 PM PDT

Children with a greater number of healthy food outlets near their homes had a reduced likelihood of being overweight or obese, finds a study. Children who had access to at least one healthy food outlet within 800 meters (about half a mile) of their home had a 38 percent decreased risk of being overweight or obese compared to those who did not. Each additional outlet for healthy foods within that distance was associated with a 19 percent reduction in risk of being overweight or obese.

Carbon monoxide predicts 'red and dead' future of gas guzzler galaxy

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 02:32 PM PDT

Astronomers have studied the carbon monoxide in a galaxy over 12 billion light years from Earth and discovered that it's running out of gas, quite literally, and headed for a 'red and dead' future. The galaxy, known as ALESS65, was observed by the Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) in 2011 and is one of fewer than 20 known distant galaxies to contain carbon monoxide.

Ancient hedgehog and tapir once inhabited British Columbia

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 01:58 PM PDT

A new study describes an ancient hedgehog and tapir that lived in what is now Driftwood Canyon Provincial Park, British Columbia, approximately 52 million years ago. The ancient hedgehog is a species hitherto unknown to science.

Study Examines Survival Following Repair of Failed Bioprosthetic Aortic Valves

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 01:57 PM PDT

In an analysis of about 460 patients with failed bioprosthetic aortic valves who underwent transcatheter valve-in-valve implantation, overall survival at one year was 83 percent, with survival associated with surgical valve size and mechanism of failure, according to a study. Surgical aortic valve replacements increasingly use bioprosthesis implants rather than mechanical valves. Owing to a considerable shift toward bioprosthesis implantation, it is expected that there will be an increase in the number of patients with degeneration of these types of valves.

Removing gall bladder for suspected common duct stone shows benefit

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 01:57 PM PDT

Among patients with possible common duct stones, removal of the gall bladder, compared with endoscopic assessment of the common duct followed by gall bladder removal, resulted in a shorter length of hospital stay without increased illness and fewer common duct examinations, according to a study.

No increased risk of blood clot following HPV vaccination found by study

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 01:57 PM PDT

Although some data has suggested a potential association between receipt of the quadrivalent human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination and subsequent venous thromboembolism (VTE; blood clot), an analysis that included more than 500,000 women who received the vaccine did not find an increased risk of VTE.

Antibiotics after gall bladder surgery do not appear to reduce risk of infection

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 01:57 PM PDT

Among patients who underwent gall bladder removal for acute calculous cholecystitis, lack of postoperative antibiotic treatment did not result in a greater incidence of infections, according to a study. Acute calculous cholecystitis (inflamed and enlarged gall bladder along with abdominal pain) is the third most frequent cause of emergency admissions to surgical wards. In the United States, approximately 750,000 cholecystectomies (surgical removal of the gall bladder) are performed each year and about 20 percent of these operations are due to acute calculous cholecystitis.

Varenicline combined with nicotine patch improves smoking cessation rates

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 01:57 PM PDT

Combining the smoking cessation medication varenicline with nicotine replacement therapy was more effective than varenicline alone at achieving tobacco abstinence at 6 months, according to a study. The combination of behavioral approaches and pharmacotherapy are of proven benefit in assisting smokers to quit. Combining nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) with varenicline has been a suggested treatment to improve smoking abstinence, but its effectiveness is uncertain.

Friction from tides could help distant Earth-sized planets survive, and thrive

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 01:32 PM PDT

As anybody who has started a campfire by rubbing sticks knows, friction generates heat. Now, computer modeling by NASA scientists shows that friction could be the key to survival for some distant Earth-sized planets traveling in dangerous orbits. The findings are consistent with observations that Earth-sized planets appear to be very common in other star systems. Although heat can be a destructive force for some planets, the right amount of friction, and therefore heat, can be helpful and perhaps create conditions for habitability.

NASA Mars Orbiter views rover crossing into new zone

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 12:43 PM PDT

NASA Mars rover Curiosity has driven out of the ellipse, approximately 4 miles wide and 12 miles long (7 kilometers by 20 kilometers), that was mapped as safe terrain for its 2012 landing inside Gale Crater.

Early predictor for preeclampsia found by researchers

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 12:39 PM PDT

A biomarker has been discovered that could give expecting mothers and their doctors the first simple blood test to reliably predict that a pregnant woman may develop preeclampsia, at least as early as six weeks into the pregnancy. Preeclampsia is a cardiovascular disorder generally occurring late in pregnancy and often resulting in an early delivery, creating immediate and potentially lifelong risks to both mother and baby.

Using sand to improve battery performance

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 12:39 PM PDT

Researchers have created a lithium ion battery that outperforms the current industry standard by three times. The key material: sand. Yes, sand. Researchers are now focused on using silicon at the nanoscale, or billionths of a meter, level as a replacement for graphite.

Planet Mercury a result of early hit-and-run collisions

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 12:39 PM PDT

New simulations show that Mercury and other unusually metal-rich objects in the solar system may be relics left behind by hit-and-run collisions in the early solar system. The origin of planet Mercury has been a difficult question in planetary science because its composition is very different from that of the other terrestrial planets and the moon.

Extreme obesity may shorten life expectancy up to 14 years

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 12:39 PM PDT

Adults with extreme obesity have increased risks of dying at a young age from cancer and many other causes including heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and kidney and liver diseases, according to results of an analysis of data pooled from 20 large studies of people from three countries. "Given our findings, it appears that class III obesity is increasing and may soon emerge as a major cause of early death in this and other countries worldwide," said the senior author of the study.

Transgender algae reveal evolutionary origin of sexes

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 12:39 PM PDT

Throughout evolution, living things have repeatedly developed physically distinct sexes, but how does this actually happen? A discovery in the multicellular green alga, Volvox carteri, has revealed the genetic origin of male and female sexes, showing how they evolved from a more primitive mating system in a single-celled relative. A team of scientists identified the master regulatory gene for sex determination in Volvox.

Signs of severe maternal sepsis should be regarded as an obstetric emergency

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 12:38 PM PDT

In the UK, about 50 pregnant and postnatal women develop life-threatening severe maternal sepsis (infection of the blood or 'blood poisoning') for every woman who dies from the condition, according to a new study. The study also suggests that signs of severe sepsis should be regarded as an obstetric emergency, and that doctors should be aware that prescribing antibiotics does not necessarily prevent progression of an infection to severe sepsis.

Virtual reality crowds produce real behavior insights

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 11:09 AM PDT

Scientists are advancing virtual reality technology in the service of studying the science of the swarm: how patterns of crowd movement emerge from individual behaviors. They have developed a wireless virtual reality system to study how pedestrians interact with each other and how those individual behaviors, in turn, generate patterns of crowd movement. It's an everyday experience for all kinds of animals including ants, birds, fish and people.

NASA-JAXA's new precipitation satellite sees first Atlantic hurricane

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 10:23 AM PDT

The Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) Core Observatory flew over Hurricane Arthur five times between July 1 and July 5, 2014. Arthur is the first tropical cyclone of the 2014 Atlantic hurricane season. GPM is a joint mission between NASA and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. The Core Observatory was launched Feb. 27 from Japan and began its prime mission on May 29, just in time for the hurricane season.

Solar energy gets a boost: 'Singlet fission' can increase solar cell efficiency by as much as 30 percent

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 10:21 AM PDT

Scientists have reviewed chemists' work on "singlet fission," a process in which a single photon generates a pair of excited states. This conversion process has the potential to boost solar cell efficiency by as much as 30 percent.

Many Texans eligible for subsidies from ACA still believe coverage is too expensive

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 10:21 AM PDT

Half of Texans who are eligible for premium subsidies under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and who looked for health plans in the ACA's Health Insurance Marketplace said cost was the main reason they didn't enroll in a plan. The report specifically looked at lower- to middle-income families in Texas who don't have access to health insurance through an employer and who earn too much to qualify for public programs. That group includes approximately 2 million uninsured Texans and is a key target population of the ACA.

Astronomers bring the third dimension to a doomed star's outburst

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 10:19 AM PDT

In the middle of the 19th century, the massive binary system Eta Carinae underwent an eruption that ejected at least 10 times the sun's mass and made it the second-brightest star in the sky. Now, a team of astronomers has used extensive new observations to create the first high-resolution 3-D model of the expanding cloud produced by this outburst.

Harmful hookahs: Many young smokers aren't aware of danger

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 10:18 AM PDT

Despite warnings that hookah smoking can be just as dangerous as cigarettes, many young adults believe that using the water pipes is not harmful to their health, according to a study. "With hookah smoking on the rise, particularly among young adults, our goal was to identify factors influencing perceptions, attitudes and preferences toward hookah smoking," said the lead researcher.

Stretching forces shaped Jupiter moon's surface, laboratory model suggests

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 10:18 AM PDT

Processes that shaped the ridges and troughs on the surface of Jupiter's icy moon Ganymede are likely similar to tectonic processes seen on Earth, according to a team of researchers. To arrive at this conclusion, the team subjected physical models made of clay to stretching forces that simulate tectonic action.

Advances in mollusk parasite culturing methods drives research

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 10:18 AM PDT

Researchers dug into the last 70 years of peer-reviewed publications about protozoan parasites that infest bivalve mollusks and found that when an organism can be cultured in the laboratory, a three to 10 fold increase in papers and greater understanding result. Four protozoan parasitic genera that threaten natural and bivalve populations were studied. Increased understanding about how they function, interact and evolve enhances potential protection of food resources.

Record levels of solar ultraviolet on Earth's surface measured in South America

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 10:18 AM PDT

Researchers have measured the highest level of ultraviolet radiation ever recorded on Earth's surface. The extraordinary UV fluxes, observed in the Bolivian Andes only 1,500 miles from the equator, are far above those normally considered to be harmful to both terrestrial and aquatic life.

New compounds that could affect circadian rhythm uncovered in study

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 10:17 AM PDT

A surprising new role has been found for a pair of compounds that have the potential to alter circadian rhythm, the complex physiological process, present in most living things, that responds to a 24-hour cycle of light and dark. At least one of these compounds could be developed as a chemical probe to uncover new therapeutic approaches to a range of disorders, including diabetes and obesity.

Cognitive assessment provides window into proficiency level of robot-assisted surgeons

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 10:17 AM PDT

Cognitive assessment can effectively measure the expertise of robotic surgeons with varying levels of experience, researchers have determined. For the cognitive testing, the participants’ cognitive engagement, mental workload and mental state were calculated from the measured EEG during each task. When they compared the results of both testing approaches among the three groups, the researchers found that cognitive assessment detected significant differences that were not identified by the tool-based metrics available through the surgical robot.

Gene mutation findings may lead to treatment for liver cancer

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 10:17 AM PDT

Two genetic mutations in liver cells may drive tumor formation in intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma (iCCA), the second most common form of liver cancer, researchers say. iCCA strikes bile ducts, tube-like structures in the liver that carry bile, which is required for the digestion of food. With so much still unknown about the disease, there is no first-line, standard of care and no successful therapies.

Sun sends more 'tsunami waves' to Voyager 1

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 09:55 AM PDT

NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft has experienced a new "tsunami wave" from the sun as it sails through interstellar space. Such waves are what led scientists to the conclusion, in the fall of 2013, that Voyager had indeed left our sun's bubble, entering a new frontier.

Link shown between inflammation in maternal blood, schizophrenia in offspring

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 09:17 AM PDT

Maternal inflammation as indicated by the presence in maternal blood of early gestational C-reactive protein -- an established inflammatory biomarker -- appears to be associated with greater risk for schizophrenia in offspring. "Inflammation has been shown to alter brain development in previous studies, and schizophrenia is a neurodevelopmental disorder. Thus, this study provides an important link between inflammation and schizophrenia and may help us to better understand the biological mechanisms that lead to this disorder," one author explained.

Logging and burning cause the loss of 54 million tons of carbon a year in Amazonia

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 09:17 AM PDT

A study has quantified the impact that selective logging, partial destruction by burning, and fragmentation resulting from the development of pastures and plantations have had on the Amazon rainforest. In combination, these factors could be removing nearly 54 million tons of carbon from the forest each year, introduced into the atmosphere as greenhouse gases. This total represents up to 40 percent of the carbon loss caused by deforestation in the region.

Something is amiss in the Universe: Cosmic accounting reveals missing light crisis

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 09:17 AM PDT

Something is amiss in the Universe. There appears to be an enormous deficit of ultraviolet light in the cosmic budget. The vast reaches of empty space between galaxies are bridged by tendrils of hydrogen and helium, which can be used as a precise 'light meter.' In a recent study a team of scientists finds that the light from known populations of galaxies and quasars is not nearly enough to explain observations of intergalactic hydrogen. The difference is a stunning 400 percent.

Variations in key gene predict cancer patients' risk for radiation-induced toxicity

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 09:17 AM PDT

Key genetic variants may affect how cancer patients respond to radiation treatments, according to a study. The current results are based on a genome-wide association study, a type of study in which researchers examine numerous genetic variants to see if any of them are associated with a certain type of complication, which could sometimes emerge years after treatment was completed.

No rest for the bleary: Interrupted sleep can be as physically detrimental as no sleep at all

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 09:17 AM PDT

Interrupted sleep can be as physically detrimental as no sleep at all, researchers explain in a first of its kind study. In the study, the investigators establish a causal link between interrupted sleep patterns and compromised cognitive abilities, shortened attention spans, and negative moods. The researchers discovered that interrupted sleep is equivalent to no more than four consecutive hours of sleep.

Nurse-family partnership reduces preventable mortality

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 09:17 AM PDT

Low-income mothers and their first-born children who received home visits from nurses were less likely to die from preventable causes during a two-decade period, according to a report. Beginning in 1990, this trial enrolled low-income, primarily African-American mothers living in disadvantaged neighborhoods, and assessed maternal and child mortality for over two decades until 2011.

Same genes drive mathematics and reading ability

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 09:17 AM PDT

About half of the genes that influence how well a child can read also play a role in their mathematics ability, say scientists who led a study into the genetic basis of cognitive traits. While mathematics and reading ability are known to run in families, the complex system of genes affecting these traits is largely unknown. The finding deepens scientists' understanding of how nature and nurture interact, highlighting the important role that a child's learning environment may have on the development of reading and mathematics skills, and the complex, shared genetic basis of these cognitive traits.

Highly reactive gold carbene complex shines in emerald green

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 09:15 AM PDT

With a chemical "trick," scientists have succeeded in isolating a stable gold carbene complex. Chemists have now created the basis for directly examining the otherwise unstable gold-carbon double bond. They explain that highly reactive gold carbene molecules play an important role in landmark catalyzing processes taking place at high speed.

Bacterial switches in human gut pave way for therapeutic manipulation

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 09:15 AM PDT

The microbial ecosystem in the human gut can switch from one stable state into another, without staying for a long time in between. Key groups of bacteria tend to be either nearly absent, or relatively abundant in any given individual. This discovery highlights fundamental organizing principles of the intestinal ecosystem and they suggest novel strategies for diagnostic purposes and therapeutic manipulation to improve well-being and health.

Better visualizing of fitness-app data helps discover trends, reach goals

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 09:15 AM PDT

Researchers have developed visual tools to help self-trackers understand their daily activity patterns over a longer period and in more detail. They found people had an easier time meeting personal fitness and activity goals when they could see their data presented in a broader, more visual way.

NASA's RapidScat to unveil hidden cycles of sea winds

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 09:11 AM PDT

Ocean waves, the hot sun, sea breezes -- the right combination makes a great day at the beach. A different combination makes a killer hurricane. The complex interactions of the ocean and the air above it that can create such different outcomes are not yet fully known. Scientists would especially like to understand the role that the daily heat of the sun plays in creating winds. In a few months, NASA will send an ocean wind-monitoring instrument to a berth on the International Space Station. That unique vantage point will give ISS-RapidScat, short for the International Space Station Rapid Scatterometer, the ability to observe daily (also called diurnal) cycles of wind created by solar heat.

Transparent two-sided touchable display wall developed

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 08:12 AM PDT

Scientists have recently developed TransWall, a two-sided, touchable, and transparent display wall that greatly enhances users' interpersonal experiences. With an incorporated surface transducer, TransWall offers audio and vibrotactile feedback to the users. As a result, people can collaborate via a shared see-through display and communicate with one another by talking or even touching one another through the wall.

Possible pathway for inhibiting liver, colon cancer found

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 08:12 AM PDT

The structure of a protein complex involved in liver and colon cancers has been revealed by an international team of researchers. This structural data discovery opens up additional research opportunities into drugs that can act on the binding of these proteins, thereby possibly inhibiting cancer cell growth.

When faced with some sugars, bacteria can be picky eaters

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 08:12 AM PDT

Researchers have found for the first time that genetically identical strains of bacteria can respond very differently to the presence of sugars and other organic molecules in the environment, with some individual bacteria devouring the sugars and others ignoring it. "While this is the first time we've seen such divergent behavior from bacteria regarding sugars, it's consistent with 'bet-hedging' behaviors that have been reported for bacteria in other contexts," said one researcher. "Bet hedging means that at least some of the bacteria will survive when faced with new environments."

Damage assessment of runaway barges at Marseilles lock and dam

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 08:11 AM PDT

It takes a synchronized lock and dam system —- operating like a motorized flight of stairs on the Illinois River, using gravity to move the water —- to maintain a minimum depth for boat traffic. A disastrous domino effect occurred on April 19, 2013, when heavy rain and runoff, strong winds, and river currents resulted in seven unmoored barges crashing into the dam at Marseilles. Soil scientists have now studied the extensive repercussions of the incident.

Was da Vinci wrong? New research shows friction and fracture are interrelated, with implications for earthquakes

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 08:11 AM PDT

Overturning conventional wisdom stretching all the way to Leonardo da Vinci, new research shows that how things break (fracture) and how things slide (friction) are closely interrelated. The breakthrough study marks an important advance in understanding friction and fracture, with implications for describing the mechanics that drive earthquakes.

Nanotechnology: Paving the way for electronic applications

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 08:10 AM PDT

Two-dimensional sheets of electronic materials, such as graphene, show promise for practical nanoelectronics applications, including transparent electronic circuits used in electronic displays. The formation of electrically conducting ‘nanoroads’ on atomically thin semiconductor nanosheets enables the integration of electronic components.

Solar cells: Powered by nanoholes

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 08:10 AM PDT

Increasing the cost-effectiveness of photovoltaic devices is critical to making these renewable energy sources competitive with traditional fossil fuels. One possibility is to use hybrid solar cells that combine silicon nanowires with low-cost, photoresponsive polymers. A simple and inexpensive fabrication procedure boosts the light-capturing capabilities of tiny holes carved into silicon wafers.

Nano-optics: Getting the most out of tiny lasers

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 08:10 AM PDT

Semiconductor optical devices are becoming increasingly commonplace. For example, light-emitting diodes, as they become more power efficient, are rapidly replacing conventional light bulbs. Lasers too are now found in every barcode scanner and compact-disc reader. An off-center waveguide enables light to be efficiently extracted from nanoscale lasers.

Plasmonics: Minimizing loss by thinning, smoothing

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 08:10 AM PDT

A gas cluster ion beam smoothing produces ultrathin silver films and lithographically patterned structures to enhance plasmonic performance, researchers report. Plasmonic devices -- such as superlenses, hyperlenses and plasmonic waveguides -- have exciting potential for research and commercial applications because they permit optical lithography, imaging and waveguiding to be performed at resolutions below the diffraction limit of light.

Improving the stability of clay for construction

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 08:10 AM PDT

New research set out to improve the engineering quality of clay using waste materials and a secret binder ingredient. Clay is a natural material composed primarily of fine-grain minerals. It consists of tiny particles that have plastic and adhesive properties. Clay also possesses small voids and pores, so it's capable of retaining water. In this condition, it tends to expand and shrink, which can lead to settlement.

More California gas stations can provide hydrogen than previously thought

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 08:09 AM PDT

A new study concludes that a number of existing gas stations in California can safely store and dispense hydrogen, suggesting a broader network of hydrogen fueling stations may be within reach.

Wolf mother deaths threaten pack survival but not population

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 07:31 AM PDT

When a breeding wolf dies, its sex and the size of its pack can determine whether that pack continues, according to research. In 2012, biologists at Denali National Park and Preserve noted a drop in wolf sightings following the death of a breeding female from a pack that lived along the Denali Park Road.

Widespread oral health problems among Navajo, study shows

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 07:31 AM PDT

Despite some modest improvements, poor oral health remains a major problem in the Navajo Nation and among American Indians overall, a new study shows. The study showed that 69.5 percent of Navajo children had untreated tooth decay. While that's better than the 82.9 percent in 1999, it's still unacceptably high.

Shining light on the 100-year mystery of birds sensing spring for offspring

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 07:31 AM PDT

Biologists have identified for the first time, a key photoreceptor cell deep inside the brain of birds, which takes the role of eyes in humans by directly responding to light and regulates breeding activity according to seasonal changes.

New smartphone app offers easy and inexpensive solution for hearing screening

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 07:16 AM PDT

A lightweight, automated and easy-to-use mobile health solution called hearScreen is ideal for developing countries and use in rural areas.

HIV study leads to insights into deadly infection

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 07:15 AM PDT

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60 Percent of Online Traffic Now Comes From Mobile

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 04:30 PM PDT

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If your business depends upon online traffic, you should know. More than half of digital traffic online now comes from mobile devices and through mobile apps.

A comScore report says smartphones and tablets combined now account for 6o percent of all online traffic up from 50 percent a year ago. And 51 percent of that traffic is driven by mobile apps (like those for digital radio such as Pandora or Spotify, digital messaging like WhatsApp or Viber and social apps like Facebook and Twitter.)

Significantly, this is a very different measure than the amount of organic traffic driven by mobile, as cited in another recent report from SEO platform BrightEdge.

That study suggested that about 23 percent of organic traffic to websites now originates from Android or iPhone devices while 12 percent comes from tablets. But this report looked only at traffic originating from mobile search, in other words, someone looking for something using a search engine like Google or Bing via their phone or tablet.

The comScore report examines a much broader cross section of online traffic. It could just as easily be looking at visitors delivered to your website via a link on a Facebook app as from a mobile search for your business on a search engine.

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One conclusion is that, while categories like digital radio and photo sites like Instagram and Flickr may draw more activity, for marketers (and small businesses) social media is most important.

In it’s official report, comScore explains:

“While social networking does not rank at the very top of this list among the most mobile-skewing content categories, it is arguably the most important. The #1 category in terms of overall digital engagement accounting for 20% of total digital time spent, social networking now generates more than 70% of its activity on mobile. When considering the category’s contribution to total digital ad spending, its rapid shift to mobile marks an important sign of the times for the Internet economy.”

The report adds that:

Mobile activity on social media has grown by 55 percent over the past year. It has also accounted for 31 percent of all growth in Internet activity over the same period. Facebook alone accounts for 24 percent of all mobile activity online and its primary app is responsible for 18 percent.

The report should give you a whole new perspective on the importance of social media marketing for your business, especially on sites like Facebook.

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Your Uncharged Phone Might Not be Allowed on Some Flights

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 02:30 PM PDT

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If you travel for business regularly, especially overseas, beware. The Transportation Security Administration may be preventing phones — or other mobile devices like tablets or laptops — from being taken on fights if they can’t be powered up during inspection.

In an official announcement, the agency explained:

“As the traveling public knows, all electronic devices are screened by security officers. During the security examination, officers may also ask that owners power up some devices, including cell phones. Powerless devices will not be permitted onboard the aircraft. The traveler may also undergo additional screening.

TSA will continue to adjust security measures to ensure that travelers are guaranteed the highest levels of aviation security conducted as conveniently as possible.”

The TSA is not being specific about what might become of these devices, whether they might be confiscated or simply not allowed on flights.

The agency is currently saying the measures will only be taken at some airports — mainly overseas in Europe, Africa and the Middle East.

The efforts come at the direction of Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson. In a statement, Johnson noted the “enhanced security measures” would be concentrated at certain overseas airports for direct flights to the U.S.

Though the statement also assured as few disruptions to travelers as possible, obviously loss of a mobile device relied upon for business while traveling would result in a major disruption.

But Johnson also said his office and the TSA would continue to adjust their security measurement as dictated by security concerns.

NBC News reported recently that the increased security measures may be the results of concerns that such devices could be used in terrorist plot.

Since the TSA isn’t giving any information about what airports will be affected — and since these kinds of operations can sometimes be expanded without notice, be sure mobile devices you carry with you are fully charged.

Otherwise, you could loose mobile devices with valuable business data.

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Forget About Amazon, Get Yourself a Google Product Ad

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 12:30 PM PDT

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Many businesses including brick and mortar companies have worried in recent years that Amazon is stealing their retail business. This is because Amazon offers many products available in small shops and retail stores and even on some eCommerce sites and does it at a cheaper price.

In fact, Amazon has worked hard to promote its price difference in direct competition to brick and mortar stores, including many small businesses.

Remember the online retailer’s price-check app for Android released just in time for the 2011 holiday season? An iPhone version was launched only the year before.

And more recently, Amazon released its Fire Phone, the company’s first smartphone, with which you can take pictures of any product on a store shelf, search for it on Amazon’s database and buy it there.

But, putting these two items aside for the moment, there is still one big problem with Amazon’s total domination of online retail.

Customers must be searching Amazon specifically to find these products. And many customers looking for products online are likely searching Google instead, Business Insider reports.

Google, it turns out, is squashing some Amazon search results in favor of its own Google Product Ad listings.

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The little known ads allow you to list products whether sold on your eCommerce site or anywhere else and get more visibility in Google Searches than if your product was listed on Amazon.

In its official Google Ads center, Google explains:

“Product Listing Ads are search ads that include richer product information, such as product image, price, and merchant name, without requiring additional keywords or ad text. Whenever a user enters a search query relevant to an item in your Google Merchant Center account, Google will automatically show the most relevant products along with the associated image, price and product name.”

Here’s a video to further explain how the Google Product Ad works:

Google says the ads are charged either in a cost-per-click or cost-per-conversion format and are only available to select U.S. residents…so far.

But demand for the ads and what they can do for products is expected to increase dramatically, according to a report by Marin Software, a software creator for the advertising industry.

By the end of 2014, the software company estimates one out of every three dollars paid for Google search advertising will be going to Google Product Ads, reports MarketWatch.

Images: Jeff Bezos of Amazon and Larry Page of Google from Wikipedia, Google Ad from Business Insider

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7 Reasons Printer Ink Costs More Than Champagne

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 10:00 AM PDT

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Printer ink costs a lot of money. But have you ever taken the time to figure out why?

I was recently in attendance at Hewlett-Packard’s “Science of Printing” event recently on behalf of Small Business Trends. There, I learned a bit about why printer ink costs are so high and why it’s priced the way it is. Below are seven reasons printer ink is such an investment.

It Takes Time to Develop

They might be small, but ink cartridges definitely aren’t simple. Printing companies dedicate a lot of time and effort into figuring out the most effective way to get their ink onto your paper. That research and development costs money and some of that cost is reflected in the cost of cartridges.

It Takes Money to Develop

Ink cartridges include a lot more than just some ink and dye. They also include specialized solvents, water, and other solutions. All of these ingredients serve a purpose, from actually helping the ink adhere to the paper to preventing page curl. They also aren’t cheap.

Wired explains in some detail each of the common ingredients in an inkjet cartridge and how they play a part in everyday printing.

It’s Specially Designed for Each Printer

There’s not a one-size-fits all ink solution. Companies develop cartridges designed to work with each different device. So that’s even more time, research and money that needs to go into each product. Companies release new printers constantly, so they also have to constantly develop new ink solutions.

Name Brands Focus on Quality

Though there are off brands and refills available, the more expensive cartridges that are specially designed for each model are priced as such for a reason. They are optimized to work with a particular printer. This means that the print heads are tuned to release an exact amount of ink and other substances, both during printing and maintenance cycles. Even a slight differentiation can harm your device or impact the quality of your prints, says HP Supplies Technology Specialist Thom Brown.

Budget Refills Can Harm Your Printer

The budget brands and cheap refills aren’t designed with a specific printer in mind. So if you use ink that is intended for a daily-use printer on one that is rarely used, it could release too much ink during down time and cause damage. According to Brown, this can lead to a lot of hidden costs including wasted pages, reprints, and replacing faulty cartridges. (HP’s Thom Brown discusses ink affordability in the video above.)

You Use More Ink Than You Think You Do

Printers don’t only use ink when printing documents. In a white paper on Ink Usage in Inject Printers, HP explains that cartridges actually release small amounts of ink during down time for servicing purposes. This can push out air bubbles or dried ink that builds up in cartridges if they sit idle for too long.

So if it seems like you don’t get a lot of mileage out of each cartridge, know that some of it is used to keep your printer working properly.

You Might Not be Getting the Best Value

If it seems like you really don’t get a lot of use out of each cartridge, you could just be using the wrong type of device. If you’re a small business that prints documents daily, you need a printer designed for heavy use. If you only print the occasional photo, you need a model designed for that purpose.

HP, for example, has an Officejet line that’s designed specifically for small businesses. These models are designed for heavy use because their maintenance cycles don’t require much down time between jobs, according to Brown.

Both printers and their cartridges are designed for specific types of use. Choosing one that doesn’t meet your needs will not only lead to you buying more ink than necessary, but it will also likely mean your printer won’t last as long as it should.

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Where to Start to Fix Your Local Listing in Google

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 07:30 AM PDT

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In June Google launched “Google My Business,” a slick new tool to help small business owners and managers manage their business’s local listing on various Google properties.  The tool helps you manage your Google business listing on Google+.  However, if you’re not familiar with this new tool, you might still need some help on how to update your business listing using the tool.

The Google My Business online tool also can help you manage (to a degree) how your business listing appears in certain parts of Google search, including the main search pages, Maps and Google Earth.

With Google My Business, you get a dashboard to see your business’s information and change or add to various pieces of that information.  Need to update your business hours and how they appear on Google?  You can do it with the Google My Business online dashboard.  Have incomplete or inaccurate information that makes your business appear half dead or confuses customers?  Google My Business online is where you can fix it.  Want to respond to public Google reviews?  Again, Google My Business can help.

You can also use the Google My Business online tool to track engagement on your Google+ page. From it you can access your Analytics and set up Google AdWords Express advertising campaigns.

With the launch of the tool, Google also clarified the kinds of listings you can have.  There are two basic types of listings:  Listings for local businesses, and for non-local businesses, such as online-only businesses and nationwide businesses with no defined local service area.  Those with existing Google+ pages already have access to the Google My Business dashboard.

The tool was generally well-received.  Previously, the way small businesses had to manage their Google business listings involved disjointed and sometimes confusing tools, located in various places.  Search experts and the small businesses we talked with are impressed with Google My Business because it streamlines and consolidates the process.

It all sounds positive, right?

But here’s the rub:  All these changes in terminology and all the different ways your information can appear in Google properties can still leave you confused about where to start to fix any inaccurate information and handle basic transactions.

And that is where this handy decision tree over at Simply Business comes in. (Pictured in part above.)

Simply Business’s interactive approach represents the  “thought flow” you need to pass through, in order to drill down to effectively manage your business listing on Google.  Start at the top.  Answer each question step by step.  Read the instructions and background information they refer you to.  It will give you a good Guide for using Google My Business — and for fixing your business listing.

By addressing each item step by step, you can give your online business listing in Google properties a facelift.  And you’ll learn how to maintain your presence going forward, too.

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10 Ways to Help Employees Handle Telecommuting Technology Wisely

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 05:00 AM PDT

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I’m a big fan of telecommuting – and no wonder. In a recent survey by Staples, 71 percent of telecommuters say the ability to telecommute is a big factor in their decision to accept a job, and 67 percent say they’d give up other perks in order to telecommute.

There’s a lot written about the productivity and retention benefits of telecommuting, but what about the technical side?

Staples discovered that technology is one area where employers who allow telecommuting often fall short. In fact, technical difficulties are the biggest complaint respondents have about working from home.

Below are 10 tips for making sure your telecommuting technology tools are on track.

Make Sure They Have the Right Equipment

You can let employees “BYOD” (bring your own device) or provide devices for them to use.

The most valuable telecommuting tool for Millennials is a smartphone according to the survey, while Generation X and Boomers say their laptops are most useful.

Don’t Forget Furnishings

Repetitive stress injuries such as back pain or carpal tunnel syndrome are often more likely to occur at home or out of the office, since employees may be sitting at tables in coffeehouses, using laptops on their couches and not sitting in a the most ergonomic position for computer use.

You don’t need to provide employees with desks and chairs. But you should educate them about the importance of creating an ergonomic workstation in their homes, taking regular breaks to stretch and rest their eyes and taking steps to prevent injury.

Stress the Importance of Data Backup

Whether employees use their own devices and/or computers or company-provided ones, it’s important to make sure they understand the importance of protecting company networks and data.

The Staples study reports companies aren’t doing a very good job of this. Just one-fourth of telecommuting employees in the survey say they have been trained on data backup/security best practices.

Provide a Virtual Private Network (VPN)

When employees work in public places like the local Starbucks or the airport, security can be a challenge. Using public WiFi networks puts your data at risk.

Consider providing a Virtual Private Network (VPN) instead. This encrypts files on the computer and data sent online so only those with authorization can access them.

Consider Providing the Tech

If your employees deal with a lot of sensitive data, such as customers’ financial information or medical records, it may be worth providing laptops and smartphones.

When tech tools are company-provided, you can control what software is installed on the devices, regularly update the software and install patches. You have less control when employees use their own computers and devices, which may be shared with family members and riddled with viruses.

Investigate Cloud Storage Thoroughly

If you use cloud storage to provide telecommuting employees with access to data, make sure you know what level of security the cloud storage provider offers. Also make sure you know what responsibility they take if your data is breached.

Generate Passwords for Them

Creating strong passwords and changing them regularly can help protect the data employees access online.

Use password generators like Norton Identity Safe or SecureSafe Pro to create and remember complex passwords and educate employees on the worst passwords to use.

Provide Collaboration Tech

Provide telecommuters with software to handle instant messaging, teleconferencing, video conferencing, VoIP services and anything else they need to communicate with the team back at the office.

Provide Tools for Prying Eyes

Often, the simplest measures are the most effective. Data can be stolen not by hackers, but by someone looking over your employee’s shoulder on a plane trip or in a coffee shop.

Use tools such as screen filters and lock screens with passwords to protect data from prying eyes or to shut down devices when not in use.

Educate About Physical Device Protection

Remind employees about the importance of physically protecting their computers and devices, especially when they’re out and about.

Some of the biggest corporate security breaches have occurred when employees left a laptop in plain sight in a car that was broken into. Supply employees who work outside the office frequently with laptop locks.

When it comes to technology, educating your team is the most important step you can take to make telecommuting not only productive – but also safe for your business.

Plane Photo via Shutterstock

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Common Entrepreneurial Advice That You Need to Ignore

Posted: 08 Jul 2014 02:30 AM PDT

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Entrepreneurs get advice every day from their professional advisors and information they read. A lot of it needs to be ignored.

Pay close attention to disregarding these platitudes and what to do instead.

It Takes Money to Make Money

Many entrepreneurs spend too much money getting their company off the ground. In fact, having a lot of money can lead to being wasteful. Use small investments to test ideas and get paying customers. Based on this success or failure, spend a little more money to test the next action.

Do What You Love and the Money Will Follow

This principle has the entrepreneur focused on what they want to do – instead of what the customer wants. Building a company is about finding the pain a buyer has, not what the entrepreneur wants to provide.

Instead, do what you love and if you solve a customer’s pain – the money will always follow.

Failure is Required for Success

This is what many entrepreneurs tell themselves when they fail. While failure is not required for success, ultimately it is part of every entrepreneur’s experience.

Never fear failure. When it comes, acknowledge it, learn what you can, then take another action to give you another chance at success.

Failure is Not an Option

Not only is it an option, it is the most likely outcome. Get comfortable with the fact that you will fail some of the time and not know exactly what will happen next.

A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned

This is short term thinking. While it is important to be carefully frugal with your money, not every transaction needs to yield the maximum profit.

Successful business owners invest in long term relationships.

Good Things Come to Those That Wait

Waiting is typically not in an owners DNA. As another platitude says, “Don’t wait for your ship to come in, swim out to meet it.”

Being proactive rather than reactive will typically win the day.

A Penny for Your Thoughts

Be careful not to give away your value to customers for free.

Entrepreneurs typically undervalue their products and services since they are uncomfortable asking customers to buy.

The Customer is Always Right

If the customer was always right, most entrepreneurs would be out of business! When the customer has a concern, the most important thing is to listen and show empathy.

They don’t need to be right, but always need to be heard.

Another Day, Another Dollar

Making money is not a linear process. Successful small business owners look for the leverage in profitability and this typically is not in the form of working harder or longer hours.

Look for the financial leverage points in hiring other people, intellectual property or a dedicated distribution channel.

Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees

While this is literally true, there are ways to make money all around any entrepreneur.

Follow the customers that have the money and solve their pain – and the money will follow.

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09/07/2014 09:41

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Quiliano, frana via Fusinasca: completata la messa in sicurezza.
Al via i lavori per la frana di località Faia e per il potenziamento dei punti luce.


Sono in fase di conclusione i lavori per la messa in sicurezza della frana che ha interessato via Fusinasca, la strada in frazione Cadibona che collega la SP 29 con località Capanne. L'opera, realizzata dalla ditta Giustiniana per conto del Comune di Quiliano, ha visto la realizzazione di terre armate e opere di drenaggio, al fine di consentire il corretto smaltimento delle acque ed il loro allontanamento dal corpo della frana. Resta ancora da effettuare l'asfaltarura della sede stradale, che sarà compiuta in seguito all'assestamento del terreno.

L'intervento, che ha visto un impegno di spesa di 48 mila euro, è stato finanziato dalla Regione Liguria per un importo di 38.400 euro. Nella stessa delibera l'amministrazione regionale ha stanziato 20.800 euro per il ripristino del movimento franoso che ha interessato la strada comunale per la borgata Faia, a fronte di un progetto del Comune di Quiliano ammontante a 26 mila euro. I lavori saranno appaltati dopo l'approvazione del bilancio di previsione.

È inoltre in corso il potenziamento dell'illuminazione pubblica nel territorio quilianese, con un progetto dell'importo di 100 mila euro, predisposto dal servizio Lavori pubblici del Comune. L'importo, sbloccato grazie alla possibilità offerta dal patto di stabilità di utilizzare risorse derivanti da un mutuo già contratto in anni precedenti, permetterà l'installazione da parte della ditta Crocco di Genova di 37 nuovi punti luminosi a led, alimentati in parte con pannello solare, nelle zone dove tecnicamente possibile. L'avvio dei lavori è previsto a giorni.

La nuova illuminazione sulla rotonda di Roviasca, oggetto di recente risistemazione, sarà invece installata non appena verranno forniti, da parte della società di erogazione, il contatore e l'energia elettrica.


 

 

 

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Apple iPhone 5S 16GB/32GB/64GB - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - --$175/$185/195

Apple ipad 5 Air WIFI cellular + 4G 16GB/32GB/64GB  - - --$135/$145/155

Apple ipad mini2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - $90/$95/$100

Apple 11.6inch MacBook Air Core i5 1.7GHz, 4GB RAM(MD224LL/A) -$320

Nokia Lumia 1020 - - - - - - -- - - - - - -- - - - - - -- - - - - - -- - - $135

Nokia Lumia 2520 ------------------------------------$155

Samsung Galaxy S5 16GB 32GB 64GB - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - $180 $195 $215

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 16GB 32GB 64GB - - - - - - -- - $165 $175 $185

Microsoft Surface Pro 2 ------------------------------$190

Asus Transformer Book T100 -------------------------------------------$109

 

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Ainol Novo7 Crystal 2 Quad Core 7 Inch Capacitive Screen Android 4.1 Tablet PC HDMI Front Camera 8GB-- $25

Amazing 9 Inch Google Android 4.0.4 Multi-touch Screen 8GB Tablet with 2160p Camera External 3G--$28

Ainol NOVO 10 Eternal 10.1" Android 4.2.2 Quad Core ATM7029 1.2GHz Tablet PC 16GB---$49

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4.3" IPS Gorilla Glass Screen Enjoy S09 IP68 Waterproof Smartphone MTK6589 Quad Core Android 4.2 3G GPS--$69

2012 Mycus New Model MQ666A Quadband 1.54 Inch Touch Screen 3.2MP Camera Stylish Watch Mobile Phone--$19

CECT CD910 Watch Phone 1.6inch Screen Quad Band GSM Bluetooth--$24


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2" Portable Car DVR Voice Recording / Motion Detection / Recording Cycle / Nigh Vision / TF / USB--$18

6.2" 2 Din HD 3D Digital Touch Car DVD Player GPS-Dual Zone-BT-IPOD-Steering Wheel--$66

7" 2 Din HD Touchscreen Sliding Panel Car DVD Player with GPS-3D GUI-TV-BT-IPOD-USB-SD--$54

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Car Realtime GPS Tracker Quadband GSM Antenna SOS Alarm H06--$13

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Apple ipod nano 7 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - $65

Apple ipod touch 5 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - -$60

Apple ipod Shuffle 7 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - -- $55

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Apple iPhone 5 16GB/32GB/64GB - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - --$115/$125/$135

Blackberry porsche Design P9981 - - - - - -- $200

Blackberry Q10 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - -- $130

Blackberry Z10 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - -- $120

Google Nexus 5 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - $140

HTC One - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - -- $105

HTC One Max - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - -- $165

LG G Flex - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - $155

Motorola Droid Ultra - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - $92

Motorola Moto X  - - - - - - -- - - - - - -- - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - $115

Nokia Lumia 1520 - - - - - - -- - - - - - -- - - - - - -- - - - - - -- - - $145

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (N7100) 16GB 32GB 64GB - - - - - - - $124 $134 $145

Samsung Galaxy S4 (I9500) 16GB 32GB 64GB - - - - - - -- - - - $180 $190 $210

Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini 16GB 32GB 64GB - - - - - - -- - - - - - $150 $165 $175

Sony Xperia Z1s - - - - - - -- - - - - - -- - - - - - -- - - - - - -- - - - $135

Brand Tablet :

Apple ipad 4 WIFI cellular + 4G 16GB 32GB/64GB - - - - - - -$115 $125/$140

Apple iPad mini With Retina Display 16GB/32GB/64GB - - -- -$85/$90/$95

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition) -------$125

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 -----------------------------$75

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 --------------------$155

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 -------------------------------$65

Acer Iconia A1-830 : ---------------------$45

Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9" -----------$55

Asus VivoTab Note 8 ----------------------$85

Dell Venue 11 Pro -------------------------$115

Google Nexus 10 ---------------------------$110

HP Omni 10 5600eg -----------------------$120

Lenovo Miix 2 (8-inch) ------------------------------$72.5

LG G Pad 8.3 ------------------------------------------$60

Panasonic Toughpad FZ-G1 -------------------------$380

Sony Xperia Tablet Z ---------------------------------$180

Sony Xperia Z2 ----------------------------------------$115

Brand Laptop :

Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch With Retina Display - - - - - - - - - - - - - -$400

Apple MacBook Pro 15-inch with Retina Display - - - - - - - - - - - - - - $450

Apple MacBook Pro 17.0 inch Intel Core i7 Quad-Core - - - - - - - - - - $500

Acer Aspire S7-392-6411 -----------------------------------------------$285

Acer Aspire V3-772G ----------------------------------------------------$135

Acer C7 Chromebook (C710-2055) -----------------------------------$55

Alienware 14 (Core i7, 16GB, 256GB SSD, Nvidia GTX765M) -----$265

Asus G750JX --------------------------------------------------------------$265

Dell XPS 12 Haswell Ultrabook ------------------------------------------$275

HP ZBook 14 --------------------------------------------------------------$275

Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 2 Pro ------------------------$255

MSI CX61 (20D-011UK) ----------------------------$425

Samsung Series 7 Chronos 780Z5E --------------$199

Sony Vaio Pro 13 -----------------------------------$480

Toshiba Satellite C55-A-1N0 ----------------------$175

Brand Camera and lens :

Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II  -------------------------------------------------$115

Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM ----------------------------------$465

Canon EOS 100D -----------------------------------------------------------$199

Canon EOS 40D Digital SLR Camera with EF-S 18-55mm IS Lens --$253

Canon EOS 5D Mark III with EF 24-105mm IS lens -------------------$125

Canon EOS 6D ---------------------------------------------------------------$102

Nikon AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8G ED ------------------------------------------$285

Nikon D5200 -----------------------------------------------------------------$175

Nikon D610 ------------------------------------------------------------------$550

Nikon D80 Digital SLR Camera with AF-S DX 18-135mm lens -------$235

Brand TV :

Samsung UN75ES9000 - 75" LED Smart TV - 1080p (FullHD) ------$750

Samsung UN55D8000 55inch 240Hz 3D LED SmartTV HDTV  ------$325

Samsung UN55EH6070 and 3D Blu-ray Disc Player -------------------$265

Samsung UN46D6400 46 3D LED-LCD 1080p HDTV ------------------$255

Samsung UN65C8000 65" 3D LED TV 1080p 240Hz HDTV -----------$425

Brand Game Console:

Sony PlayStation 4 500 GB -------------------$125

Microsoft Xbox One with Kinect 500 GB ----$155

Sony Playstation 3 -----------------------------$175

Brand USB&memory card :

Corsair Flash Voyager Voyager 32GB ---------------------------------------$5.75

Kingston DataTraveler G3 8GB ----------------------------------------------$3.25

Kingston DataTraveler G4 USB3.0 8GB ------------------------------------$3.35

Kingston DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 USB3.0 64GB ------------------------$8.55

Kingston DDR3 1600 2GB ---------------------------------------------------$2.95

kingston tf card memory class@10 16gb ---------------------------------$4.52

Patriot SuperSonic Magnum USB Flash Drive 3.0 256GB ---------------$25.65

SanDisk Cruzer Switch 4GB -------------------------------------------------$2.15

sandisk cz80 extreme usb 3.0 16gb ---------------------------------------$3.35

SanDisk TF CLASS10 Ultra Micro SDHC Card w/ Card Reader 32gb --$5.55

Sony Micro Vault USM-P 4GB, 8GB,  --------------------------------------$3.35

Transcend 64GB Jetflash 760 USB 3.0 Flash Drive ----------------------$8.55

Transcend JetFlash 700 32GB ----------------------------------------------$6.2

 

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Le Mot du jour: voleur

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Mercoledì, 9 Luglio 2014

La parola di oggi è: voleur

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♦voleur /vɔlœʀ/
A s. m. [f. voleuse /vɔløz/ ]ladro: voleur de grand chemin, ladro di strada; voleur à la tire, borsaiolo; crier au voleur, gridare al ladro; traiter q. de voleur, dare del ladro a q.; (fig.) se sauver comme un voleur, scappare come un ladro, di gran corsa; jouer au gendarme et au voleur, giocare a guardie e ladri
B con valore di agg.ladro: un homme voleur et menteur, un uomo ladro e bugiardo ● (elettr.) prise voleuse, spina ladra ● (zool.) pie voleuse, gazza ladra.

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Word of the Day: to grin

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Mercoledì, 9 Luglio 2014

La parola di oggi è: to grin

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Sezione Inglese-ItalianoTavole di flessione: grin, v.
to grin /grɪn/
A v. i.ghignare; sogghignare; sorridere (mostrando i denti); fare una smorfia (spec. di dolore): He grinned at me, ghignò verso di me; mi fece un ghigno; The boy grinned from ear to ear, il ragazzo fece un sorriso che gli andava da un orecchio all'altro
B v. t.esprimere (o manifestare) con un ghigno (o con un largo sorriso): He grinned his delight, ha manifestato la sua gioia con un largo sorriso
● to grin and bear it, fare buon viso a cattivo gioco □ to grin like a Cheshire cat, sorridere scioccamente (come un gatto del Cheshire).

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News Digest

09/07/2014 06:08

Digest News Letter - Times of IndiaTHE TIMES OF INDIAWednesday, July 09, 2014Today's Headlines India

Ex-railway ministers slam Rail Budget, call it 'pro-rich, Modi gadget'
Former railway ministers were not on the same track as incumbent Sadananda Gowda on Tuesday, calling the rail budget “pro-rich” and a “ Modi gadget” which has nothing new to offer.

Six new trains for Bihar
Unlike the earlier years, the rail budget 2014-2015 has failed to enthuse people of Bihar which has given the maximum number of railway ministers namely Jagjiwan Ram, Ram Subhag Singh, L N Mishra, Kedar Pandey, Ram Vilas Paswan, Nitish Kumar, Lalu Prasad and Digvijay Singh (minister of state). The funds allocation for Bihar projects is also all-time low.

Budget's green signal to bullet train
Railway minister D V Sadananda Gowda finally flagged off a proposal for the much-awaited Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train while announcing the Narendra Modi government’s first railway budget on Tuesday.

More India News»

Business

Sensex tanks 518 points on spending cut fears
The Sensex plummeted 518 points on Tuesday, the biggest such fall in the last 10 months on speculative selling in the run up to the Budget as the index closed at 25,582 with a host of frontline stocks crashing over 5% each.

It's raining discounts as car makers push sales
Planning to buy a car? Now may be a good time. It’s been raining discounts in Motown as car companies step on the gas to push retail sales.

SpiceJet's latest sale cheaper than train fares
The rail budget may not have made it cheaper to travel, but low-cost carrier SpiceJet on Tuesday offered 10 lakh tickets at a base fare of Rs 999.

More Business News»

World

N Korea fires two missiles: Seoul
North Korea today fired two suspected short-range missiles off its eastern coast in the latest in a series of missile tests, South Korea said.

South African train collision injures at least 52
Two trains collided in the South African city of Durban on Tuesday evening, injuring more than 50 passengers in an accident that officials said could have been much worse.

US diplomat to visit India ahead of Kerry's trip
In advance of the bilateral strategic dialogue, a top US diplomat will be visiting India this week as a part of preparation for the highest level talks between the two countries.

More World News»

Science

Smartphone breaks make workers more productive
Want to be more productive and happier during the workday? Try taking a short break to text a friend, play Angry Birds or check Facebook on your smartphone, according to a new study.

Error nearly wrecked Curiosity's landing
The landing of the Curiosity rover in August 2012 could well have turned out to be disastrous owing to a blooper by Nasa engineers in calculating Mars's gravity.

Alzheimer's blood test a step closer
A simple blood test could soon predict a person's chance of getting Alzheimer's with 87% accuracy. Scientists have identified a set of 10 proteins in blood which can predict the onset of Alzheimer's in a significant step towards developing a blood test for the disease.

More Science News»

Sports

Germany crush Brazil 7-1 to enter final
Germany scored five goals in first-half on the way to a 7-1 destruction of Brazil to leave the hosts in a state of stunned disbelief at the most amazing World Cup result.

Sublime Messi vs blistering Robben
The sublime dribble of Messi set against the blistering pace and theatrics of Robben. It will not be just a personal duel between the 'two-left feet' though.

Klose scores 16th goal to break record
Germany striker Miroslav Klose scored after 23 minutes of the semifinal against Brazil to become the World Cup's all-time leading scorer with 16 goals.

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Technology

Small-town India turns out to be hub of cybercrime
Cyber offences may appear to be an urban phenomenon, but in an indication of how deeply internet has penetrated the country, government data show a majority of hacking and obscene posts on the internet having been reported from rural areas and small towns.

Xiaomi launches Nexus 5 rival Mi 3 at Rs 14,999
Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi has launched its Mi 3 smartphone, a rival to the likes of Nexus 5, in the Indian market at Rs 14,999.

Samsung, Intel, Dell team on IoT standards
Samsung Electronics, Intel and Dell have joined to establish standard ways for household gadgets like thermostats and light bulbs to talk to each other.

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Education

TimesPro launches PG diploma in banking mgmt 
The top 20 industries are struggling to get skilled manpower. And though millions of candidates graduate each year, just 10% to 15% are employable by any industry, said Times Centre for Learning Ltd president Deepak Lamba.

British universities bending over with scholarships to attract Indian students
British universities are bending over with scholarships, to attract Indian students into their campuses.

Govt introduces merit-cum-means based scholarship schemes for minorities
The ministry of minority affairs is implementing pre-matric, post-matric and merit-cum-means based scholarship schemes for the educational empowerment of the minority communities.

More Education News»

Mumbai

Bangalore boy Prabhu tops JEE
Andheri’s Parth Kothari topped the state in the exam with his score of 319 and secured an all-India rank of 11.

Girl whose breasts chopped off by pimp suffers acute psychiatric problem
The 23-year-old Bhiwandi woman, whose breasts were chopped off by pimps last year for refusing to join prostitution, now has acute psychiatric problem and needs expert treatment, a Mumbai hospital treating her informed the Supreme Court on Tuesday.

Thane, Navi Mumbai flat prices up 85%
A five-year price analysis of residential realty market in 11 cities shows that the ever-expanding Navi Mumbai and Thane have registered the highest percentage of increase in home prices across the country. They are followed by Mumbai.

More Mumbai News»

Delhi

Girl whose breasts chopped off by pimp suffers acute psychiatric problem
The 23-year-old Bhiwandi woman, whose breasts were chopped off by pimps last year for refusing to join prostitution, now has acute psychiatric problem and needs expert treatment, a Mumbai hospital treating her informed the Supreme Court on Tuesday.

She was fearless and spoke her mind, recall neighbours
Rekha Duggal's neighbours remembered her as outspoken and fearless.Her cousin Rohit Sethi, a war hero, was also murdered last month by his domestic help and caretaker in west Patel Nagar, central Delhi.

Rohtak firing: Woman aide of kidnapper dies of injuries
The woman injured in an encounter with Delhi Police on Monday at Rohtak in Haryana died of injuries early on Tuesday, police said.

More Delhi News»

Bangalore

Ailing pet finds blood donor via Facebook
An SOS post on Facebook has put Jixy the Labrador on the path to recovery.

Ambulance patient makes way for accident victim
It was a ride back home after a hard day's work but 22-year-old Sheikh Israel's dream of a new life in a new city was fatally crushed after his cycle was hit by a speeding car. As he lay bleeding, a 108 ambulance stopped by.

Clubs encouraging gambling through games of chance, says government
The state government has contended that recreation clubs are conducting games of chance, leading to encouragement of anti-social activities like gambling.

More Bangalore News»

Hyderabad

Land disputes led to Arsh Mahal communal riots: APSMC
The AP State Minorities Commission (APSMC) said on Tuesday that one of the causes for the communal riots that rocked Arsh Mahal in Old City last May was land disputes and recommended that the AP State Wakf Board (APSWB) and revenue authorities carry a joint survey to determine the nature of all open land parcels within the vicinity of the affected area.

Bibinagar Nims back on track
The Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences (Nims) branch of Bibinagar is set to become operational in a couple of months.

GAIL blaze finds city running out of CNG
The city is feeling the heat of the recent GAIL pipeline blowout at Nagaram village in East Godavari district with the supply of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fast dwindling.

More Hyderabad News»

Chennai

'Treatment of refugees against the spirit of our Constitution'
Despite having lived in India for decades, Sri Lankan Tamil refugees have little rights that are universally ac cepted for refugees.

Timeless stories that link neighbours
Further east, at the famous Srirangam temple in Trichy, a separate `sannidhi' has been dedicated to Thirupaanalvar, one of the 63 Tamil bhakti poets who lived in the Chola court.

No funds for Ooty heritage train
Fans of the Nilgiri Mountain Railway (NMR) are quite disappointed as the railway budget had nothing for their beloved heritage train.

More Chennai News»

Ahmedabad

Gulbarg Society massacre case: Submit final report, court tells SIT
A special SIT court hearing the Gulbarg Society massacre case on Tuesday asked the Supreme Court-appointed SIT to supply within15 days all documents related to this case from its final report on Zakia Jafri’s complaint.

2 from Mumbai held for cheating
A team of city crime branch arrested two members of a Mumbai-based gang involved in cheating cases in the city. Police recovered valuables worth Rs 14.27 lakh including a car worth Rs 3 lakh.

Kakkad in police remand till July 14
Judicial magistrate H G Pandya on Tuesday sent Sunil Kakkad of Sai Infosystems Ltd, who is an accused in a multi-crore scam, to police remand till July 14 after the SOG-crime branch sought custodial interrogation for two weeks.

More Ahmedabad News»

Allahabad

Order for HC security on pattern of Supreme Court
The Allahabad High Court had directed that the security arrangement in Allahabad High Court and its Lucknow Bench shall be made in principle on the pattern of the Supreme Court.

Women offer Taraweeh in Sangam city
In the posh area of Kareli, the holy Quran is recited during the ‘Taraweeh’ amidst the serene surroundings of Masjid Amina. There is one marked difference in this mosque as women too offer Taraweeh. Generally, men offer prayers in congregation in the mosques.

1,130 illiterates among 5,286 people ended life in state
Uneducated people and educated up to primary and middle classes form the bigger chunk of people committing suicide in the state, revealed the data released by National Crime Record Bureau (NCRB).

More Allahabad News»

Bhubaneswar

Like building, hopes collapse
Landless Gobardhan Swain, 45, went to Chennai to shore up his family income, but fate had willed it otherwise.

Centre's largesse silences Modi critics in Odisha
Though Odisha resisted the Narendra Modi wave in the elections, his government on Tuesday allocated over Rs 1,420 crore to the state for different railway projects.

Jagannath glitters in golden get-up
It was a sight to behold as the deities of Jagannath Temple on Tuesday appeared in golden get-up (Suna Besha) aboard their chariots in front of the shrine.

More Bhubaneswar News»

Bhopal

Shivraj Singh Chouhan hails railway budget
Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said railway budget is a sign that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has started process of re-building the nation. 

Rail budget a bummer for Madhya Pradesh; Bhopal gets it's due
State capital may have enough cause for cheer but the rest of the state has been largely ignored, including the zonal railway headquarters; Jabalpur and even the commercial capital of Madhya Pradesh-Indore, by the NDA government in the rail budget. 

Shatabdi comes to Habibganj, TOI told you so
Residents in Bhopal, has reasons to cheer. Not only will 12 new proposed trains pass through state capital, but the long pending demand for extension of New Delhi-Bhopal Shatabdi Express to Habibganj, has finally come true.

More Bhopal News»

Chandigarh

PGI doctors down with football fever
The healers are in the grip of a fever — the FIFA World Cup. As the football teams wrestle for the finals, the excitement is catching up with medicos at PGI.

All see red over few green signals
The railway budget has disappointed Chandigarh. No bullet train between Chandigarh and Delhi. No new train, expect Chandigarh-Ferozepur express, which too was introduced earlier.

Rail Budget: Speed need met, Chandigarh glum
Shortly, Delhi will be around 2 hours away from the city. And, Shatabdi commuters will save precious 1 hour and 30 minutes.

More Chandigarh News»

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