Wednesday, November 28, 2012
World News : Iran "will press on with enrichment:" nuclear chief Iran will go on enriching uranium "with intensity" and the number of enrichment centrifuges it has operating will rise substantially in the current year, the country's nuclear energy chief was quoted as saying on Wednesday.
World News : Egypt protests continue in crisis over Mursi powers Hundreds of demonstrators were in Cairo's Tahrir Square for a sixth day on Wednesday, demanding that President Mohamed Mursi rescind a decree they say gives him dictatorial powers, while two of Egypt's top courts stopped work in protest.
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Business News : Fed's Evans wants more easing, Fisher wants limits Deep divisions at the Federal Reserve were on display on Tuesday, just two weeks before the U.S. central bank's next policy-setting meeting, with one top Fed official pushing for more easing, and another advocating limits.
Business News : Obama promotes tax agenda, Congress in stand-off President Barack Obama on Tuesday launched a public relations push for his bid to raise taxes on wealthy Americans, but U.S. lawmakers remained deadlocked over dramatic, year-end tax increases and spending cuts known as the "fiscal cliff."
World News : Pakistan plans to hold national elections in May Pakistan plans to hold landmark national elections in May, the country's information minister said Tuesday. The vote would mark the first time a civilian government completed a full five-year term in the country and transferred power through the ballot box.
World News : 10 killed in central Nigeria violence Gunmen sprayed bullets from a moving van Monday night, killing ten people in a predominantly Christian town in a region beset by religious tensions, Nigeria's military said Tuesday.
World News : UK workplace pension pot charges should be revealed - new code Pension firms and insurers are calling for the costs taken automatically by people running UK pension schemes to be divulged to employers when they set up auto-enrolment schemes between 2012 and 2017.
World News : Israeli PM Netanyahu suddenly seems vulnerable Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who appeared to be cruising to re-election a few weeks ago, suddenly appears vulnerable as the country prepares to go to the polls in January.
World News : Rebels patrol in Congo city as deadline passes Rebels widely believed to be backed by Rwanda and Uganda held their positions in this key eastern Congolese city that they seized last week, letting a midnight deadline for their withdrawal expire in the early hours of Tuesday.
Trying to get fit or lose weight but lacking the motivation and willpower? A new app that acts like a digital personal coach monitors fitness, activity, sleep and diet and provides tips for health and productivity. The app called Larklife gathers data via a wristband and provides personalized advice which is displayed on the smartphone app. It can deduct if the wearer is not getting enough sleep and how sedentary they are, according to its creators. "In the background it's as if you had your own personal fitness trainer, productivity coach and sleep coach all working together to give you the easiest way to improve at this moment," said Julia Hu, CEO and co-founder of the Mountain View, California-based company Lark. After a poor night's sleep, for example, the app might suggest extra protein for breakfast, based on research that it can improve mental focus when someone is sleep deprived. Thirty minutes after a workout, it might remind the user to drink water to keep hydrated. The app is part of the growing wearable technology market, which is expected to nearly double by 2014, according to a report by research firm Juniper Research. Many wearable technology devices connect with smartphone apps to display the data they gather. There is a growing supply of health and fitness tracking apps and gadgets on the market, including the Nike+ FuelBand, Fitbit and Jawbone UP, but Hu said her product provides real-time advice and does not focus on tracking metrics like calories burned or distance traveled. "Data is incredibly important as the first step, but the layer on top that everyone is missing is ‘what does this actually mean for me?" she said. Most people don't care about shaving 10 seconds off their running time, she added, but they do want to lose a few pounds, improve productivity and have more energy. The Larklife app provides its coaching wirelessly in real-time. "When we're building good habits it's important to have that positive reinforcement in real-time," Hu explained. All the advice that the app provides is based on real-time data from the wristband, such as a reminder that the wearer has been sitting for more than 100 minutes and should walk around. "It's a gentle nudge and friendly reminder at the time when you're supposed to be doing it that just pushes you to take that extra little step," explained Hu. The company said it developed the app with sleep, nutrition, fitness and circadian rhythm experts and neuroscientists. For dieters the app automatically logs meal times and can record more detailed information, such as type of food consumed. It will be available for iPhone and iPod touch devices in December. The wristband will be sold in Apple stores and online in the United States in December for $149.99. (Editing by Patricia Reaney) ppg | pcy | dofollow Business | entertainment marketing | sport travel | Bussiness marketing sport technology |travel world news education entertainment health article about bussiness sport articles Girl Xinh Hot Girl Hot Girl Asian | Girl Xinh Hot Girl | Girl Xinh | Lexi Belle | Ngoc Trinh | Minh Hang | Midu | Hot Girl Asian | elly tran weight lost proxy free | socks5 | socks proxy | socks proxy free
Monday, November 26, 2012
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World News : Egypt's Islamists seek to defuse crisis over decree Egypt's ruling Islamists tried to defuse a political crisis on Monday, with President Mohamed Mursi backing a compromise over his seizure of extended powers and his Muslim Brotherhood calling off a planned demonstration.
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World News : Euro zone, IMF reach deal to cut long-term Greek debt Euro zone finance ministers and the International Monetary Fund clinched agreement on reducing Greece's debt on Monday in a breakthrough to release urgently needed loans to keep the near-bankrupt economy afloat.