Author Archives: Elise Moreau


Edifier announces new Prisma Bluetooth speaker system

Edifier announces new Prisma Bluetooth speaker system

Edifier just announced its sleek and stylish new Prisma E3350BT 2.1 Bluetooth Audio System, which will be sure to turn a few heads. But apart from its cool design features, it has a 48-watt RMS power output and Bluetooth connectivity so you can stream audio from up to 30 feet—without needing to worry about tripping over those pesky wires all over the place.

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Apple faces lawsuit over noise-canceling technology

Apple faces lawsuit over noise-canceling technology

Apple has just been hit with yet another patent-infringement lawsuit, this time by Noise Free Wireless, accusing Apple of violating its noise-canceling technology patents. Noise Free claimed that it had at one point revealed its noise-canceling technology to Apple in a series of meetings years ago, alleging that Apple went ahead and used the technology without permission.

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China cracks down on Internet video regulation

China cracks down on Internet video regulation

Chinese state authorities have made plans to really step it up on Internet video censorship. The State Internet Information office and China’s State Administration of Radio, Film and Television released a statement Monday saying that Internet video providers will be held liable for their content posted to their services. The new plan is to standardize Internet video and promote a more healthy development of all content.

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Study reveals space travel may slow ageing process

Study reveals space travel may slow ageing process

Researchers may have just cracked the code for living longer. Several Caenorhabditis elegans worms, which surprisingly have a lot in common with humans, were taken onboard an 11-day mission to the International Space Station and brought back to be studied. The C. elegans worm is one of the most studied organisms in the entire world and is frequently used in space travel research due to the similarities they share with humans in the way muscles deteriorate.

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Facebook expands App Center in more countries

Facebook expands App Center in more countries

Facebook opened up the App Center to more English-speaking countries today, including Australia, Canada, India, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa and the UK. In a blog post, Facebook said that users in those countries should be able to find the App Center bookmark located to the left of the Facebook homepage. It can also be found within the Facebook apps section on iOS and Android.

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