The Lenovo Vibe K5, which was unveiled alongside the Vibe K5 Plus back in February at this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC), is now available to pre-order in Europe. Specifically, pre-orders are currently live in Greece, with the device carrying a price tag of €199.
Last year several reports came out saying the iPhone 7 will be waterproof, in a first for an Apple-made mobile device. And now yet another rumor out of Taiwan purportedly originating somewhere in Apple’s supply chain says the exact same thing.
The iPhone 7 has allegedly completed its third round of testing, and it’s water and dust proof. Additionally, prototypes come with a touch-sensitive capacitive home button – one you won’t need to press, just touch. What’s more, this might be 3D Touch-enabled, so it will be pressure-sensitive. Continue reading
Researchers at the University at Buffalo Research Institute on Addictions have discovered how a gene in the brain’s dopamine system can play an important role in prolonging lifespan: it must be coupled with a healthy environment that includes exercise.
The study, led by Panayotis (Peter) K. Thanos, senior research scientist at RIA, appears in the current, online version of Oncotarget Aging.
Injuries to both key strikers had raised alarm bells in the past week, but the Merengue trainer is certain he will have the pair back at full fitness for the first leg
Cadillac is targeting an 11 percent operating margin in 10 years, brand President Johan de Nysschen said today in an interview with Reuters, laying out a timeline for the long-term turnaround.
“We’ve got about a 10-year runway to get this brand to where it is making the kind of overall contributions to General Motors profitability that Mary [GM CEO Mary Barra] expects from it,” he said at the Beijing auto show.
Since Samsung is going to launch the Galaxy Note 6 this year, perhaps in August or even earlier, it’s understandable that the Korean company would already be testing prototypes.
Researchers from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA found that cardiovascular disease patients who have high muscle mass and low fat mass have a lower mortality risk than those with other body compositions. The findings also suggest that regardless of a person’s level of fat mass, a higher level of muscle mass helps reduce the risk of death.
This findings indicate the importance of assessing body composition as a way to help predict cardiovascular and total mortality in people with cardiovascular disease.