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A game which trains the brain to stop reaching for alcohol and unhealthy food such as cakes, cookies and chocolate, can lead to ‘pain free’ weight loss and cut energy intake by more than 200 calories a day. Psychologists at the University of Exeter have found that less than ten minutes a day of ‘brain training’ using a game they have devised can slow impulses to reach for unhealthy snacks, and reduce calorie intake. Using neuroscience and lab trials to devise a proven method of curbing unhealthy food intake, Professor Natalia Lawrence’s Food Trainer app is being launched in January, free to the public, in a month when people traditionally make resolutions to lose weight and cut down on junk food.Continue reading
Luggage? Check. Wallet? Yep. Tech? You bet. Today’s travelers likely have some high-tech companions to help keep them organized, productive, entertained, and in touch with those who matter. But to avoid any hiccups while on the road – whether it’s for a Spring Break vacation or quick business trip — the following is a look at a few considerations before you pack your gear-to-go.Continue reading
The Galaxy S8 is nearly here and while Samsung is determined to keep the radically redesigned handset a secret, the biggest leak yet has just revealed almost every detail of the new smartphone and its larger sibling the Galaxy S8 Plus…Continue reading
Erik Hagen bought an interactive camera that dispenses treats to amuse his pets, but he is the one who has become addicted. The self-employed Minnesotan has posted more than 300 photos of his five cats and one dog to a human social media network via his Petzi Treat Cam. While not everyone will shell out $169 for a gadget that lets you take candid photos of your four-legged friends and say hello via high-quality audio, pet parents love to buy stuff for Fido and Fluffy. Americans spent $62 billion on pet products and services in 2016, according to the American Pet Products Association. Here are some new and noteworthy high-tech gadgets.Continue reading
A combination of common sense, backup, proactive protection, and automated removal tools is a solid defense against the growing scourge of ransomware. Ransomware doesn’t sneak into your PC like ordinary malware. It bursts in, points a gun at your data, and screams for cash—or else. And if you don’t learn to defend yourself, it could happen again and again. Armed gangs of digital thieves roaming the information superhighway sounds like an overwrought action movie, but the numbers say it’s true: Ransomware attacks rose from 3.8 million in 2015 to 638 million in 2016, even as the number of malware attacks declined. Why steal data when you can simply demand cash? For the first time ever, the RSA security conference in San Francisco held a comprehensive one-day seminar on ransomware, detailing who’s being attacked, how much they’re taking—and, more importantly, how to block, remove […]Continue reading
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