Wpisy oznaczone tagiem "Cell" (33)  

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Zatrudniona w pewnym instytucie naukowym Katarzyna prowadzi nietypową terapię – z pomocą specjalnych urządzeń wchodzi do umysłu chłopca będącego w śpiączce. Na marginesie – przypomina to nieco motyw znany z wydanego rok wcześniej „Matriksa”. Równocześnie agent FBI Piotr Nowak prowadzi śledztwo w sprawie seryjnego mordercy i chce skorzystać z umiejętności Katarzyny. Film ogólnie słaby, trochę podciąga się pod koniec. W rolach głównych Ginewra Lopez (bardzo słaba gra aktorska!) oraz Wincenty Vaughn.

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John Cusack ponownie wystąpi w adaptacji prozy Stephena Kinga. Tym razem będzie to horror pt. "Komórka" ("Cell"). Fabuła skupia się na konsekwencjach epidemii wirusa...
www.kultura.banzaj.pl/John-Cusack-w-adaptacji-Ko…
 

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Are the devices really more energy-efficient, responsible for less carbon emissions, and at the end of the day, better for the planet? Well, not if they’re being built out of corn like the Reclaim. Here are four green phones that could be coming to a store near you.

Link: www.thenewecologist.com/(…)the-most-exciting-develo…

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What are you paying for? We broke down all the fees and charges on a typical cell phone bill and found some things you pay for that you may not be aware of.

Link: www.billshrink.com/blog/cell-phone-bill/

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With as many as 4 billion in use, mobile phones are truly the 7th mass medium. Combining many of the 6 media before them -- including the Internet, television, cinema and radio/audio -- and being always on and with their owners 24/7, their impact is huge and growing.

Link: fora.tv/(…)Mobile_Phones_The_Next_4_Billion_with_To…

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The company behind the magicJack, the cheap Internet phone gadget that’s been heavily promoted on TV, has made a new version of the device that allows free calls from cell phones in the home, in a fashion that’s sure to draw protest from cellular carriers.

Link: www.digitaltrends.com/(…)magicjacks-making-cell-pho…

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Yes, you heard right: Cell phone radiation may protect against and even reverse Alzheimer's-like symptoms, according to a new study involving genetically tweaked mice.

Link: news.nationalgeographic.com/(…)100106-cell-phones-a…

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A look back at the best and worst commercials in 2009 from wireless companies. Whether it's the Naughty Mrs. Claus, the Verizon and AT&T battles, or the iDon't Droid Commercials...they keep on coming...some making you wince others will crack you up.

Link: www.billshrink.com/(…)best-and-worst-cell-phone-com…

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Wireless devices such as Apple's iPhone are transforming the way we go online, making it possible to look up driving directions, find the nearest coffee shop and update Facebook on the go. All this has a price - in airwaves.

Link: www.physorg.com/news181153097.html

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Famous for its antioxidant properties and role in tissue repair, vitamin C is touted as beneficial for illnesses ranging from the common cold to cancer and perhaps even for slowing the aging process. Now, a study published online on December 24th by Cell Press in the journal Cell Stem Cell uncovers ...

Link: www.physorg.com/news180845703.html

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Airline passengers who sneak in cell phone calls, play with gaming devices or listen to their mp3 players during takeoff or landing probably won't cause a plane crash, but they may risk a confrontation ................

Link: www.livescience.com/(…)091221-airline-devices.html…

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Pioneering stem cell treatment by British scientists has restored the eyesight of people threatened with permanent blindness.

Link: www.dailymail.co.uk/(…)Revolutionary-surgery-restor…

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After nearly a decade of delays and politics, stem cell research is about to get rolling in a major way. One of the most promising concepts in medicine - that healthy cells can be grown to replace diseased ones - will finally get the widespread testing it deserves.

Link: articles.sfgate.com/(…)17220877_1_cell-research-cel…

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Dr. Yamanaka’s defining contribution to the field was to show that ordinary skin cells could be coaxed into behaving like embryonic stem cells — living microscopic engines that can morph into virtually any cell or tissue, blood, bone, muscle or nerve. First he did it with mice. Then he repeated his reprogramming technique with human skin cells.

Link: www.nytimes.com/(…)18sfstemcell.html…

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Americans punched out more than 110 billion text messages last year, double the number in the previous year and growing, as the shorthand communication becomes a popular alternative to cell phone calls.

Link: www.time.com/(…)00.html…

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A new federal report finds that most Americans are happy with their cell phone provider, even as they face confusing charges, tough-to-decipher bills, and the dreaded "early termination fee." Those fees, in fact, keep many people from switching, and Congress is threatening (again) to act.

Link: arstechnica.com/(…)42-of-cell-phone-switchers-dont-…

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A British prisoner convinced guards his marijuana plants were tomato plants -- and they even allowed him to decorate one as a Christmas tree,.

Link: www.upi.com/(…)UPI-83871260174351…

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Nissan has licensed its self-healing paint to a cell phone company that will use the coating on phones for the Japanese market. The paint reacts with the sun and heat to heal minor scratches in a week or less.

Link: greenerdesign.com/(…)self-healing-paint-coming-cell…

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By the time FCVs are commercially available in 2015 they will be cheaper than a Rolls-Royce [$550,000], but it will be difficult to price them down to the level of a Corolla [$22,000].

Link: green.autoblog.com/(…)prediction-in-2015-fuel-cell-…

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You know that cold weather can make your cell phone sluggish, or make a fully charged one read low battery. But can cold weather do serious damage to your phone? We subjected six phones to progressively lower temperatures until they stopped working. Then, for good measure, we dunked some of them in liquid nitrogen.

Link: www.popularmechanics.com/(…)4337496.html…

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Ever wonder where your old cell-phones, computers, televisions, and radioactive contaminated military vehicles go at the end of their life? You might be surprised. The world is rife with ‘stuff’, and the simple fact is we’re producing new homes, vehicles, gadgets, gizmos and other designs faster than we can get rid of the old ones.

Link: webecoist.com/(…)object-graveyards-the-afterlife-of…

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