With the overwhelming response of potential customers botching Motorola Mobility's Cyber Monday Moto X deal, the company was forced to postpone the sale. In the postponed re-run of the sale, the first wave of the promotion kicked off on Wednesday afternoon, and a second sale is scheduled for next Monday, December 9.
According to partial findings of an ambitious US-wide survey by the San Francisco-based nonprofit EducationSuperHighway, most of the schools in the country lack fast enough wireless connections to benefit from the best electronic learning tools.
US automaker Ford Motor is set to unveil its all-new 2015 Mustang - the company's sixth-generation Mustang - on Thursday. The company will host launch events of the new 2015 Mustang in New York, Los Angeles, Dearborn, Barcelona, Sydney and Shanghai.
In a disclosure which shows that Black Friday bargains led to a significant surge in the sales of Apple's latest full-size iPad Air tablet, Boston-based mobile analytics firm Localytics has revealed that the aggressive discounts offered by Apple and its biggest retail partners on the iPad Air last week attracted a lot of customers.
In Oracle and Google's long-running patent- and copyright-infringement lawsuit involving Google's use of Java application programming interfaces (APIs) in Android, the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Washington considered Oracle's Java copyright claims.
Researchers have found that some nerves in stomach play a role of biological clock. These nerves can reduce desire of eating at night and also permit heartier eating during daytime.
The study has been published today in The Journal of Neuroscience. The study may also assist in emphasizing why shift employees are at higher risk of conditions such as obesity and diabetes.
A group of researchers at the University of Wollongong has come up with a pen-like device called BioPen. The device allows surgeons to draw new bone material on critically injured patients.
Gregory Ferenstein, a writer in the UK, has affirmed that exercise proves more beneficial than coffee when it comes to improving mental performance. He affirmed that a 30-second workout is a great booster for mental performance.
Update, 5 December, 2013 from SERCO: Sharon Colclough, Serco Director of Community Services, said: “We do not comment on individual patients, but we have not been approached by any legal representatives. Patient safety is our paramount concern and we take matters such as this very seriously. If the family contact us directly we will respond accordingly.”
Alzheimer's Research UK has carried out a study in which they have shown great hope that a drug to prevent dementia will be out in five years.
A group of researchers at the Health and Social Care Information Centre has unveiled shocking figures that around 50 children take up smoking everyday in Scotland.
Objective of the study was to go through the prevalence of smoking among children who study in secondary schools in Britain. Study researchers were able to gather the data of more than 6,500 youngsters.
Einstein termed the possible relation as "spooky action at a distance".
Another positive input from space is the finding of water on five planets in a neighbouring galaxy by Hubble
In a breakthrough discovery, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has caught water in the airs of five planets past our earth's planetary group.
A team of scientists have warned that the consistent global warming represents a danger of quick, intense changes in some human and regular frameworks, referring to the conceivable crumple of polar ocean ice, the potential for a mass termination of plant and creature life and the risk of massive dead zones in the sea.
Another gel which is not medicated may now be the reason behind providing relief to Britain's nine million osteoarthritis patients and that too without the side-effects which are a result of other pain killers.
The government is thinking about extending the NHS benefits plan to privately owned businesses or foundations who predominantly care for health administration patients. It has even started an interview on suggestions to permit access to the benefits plot from April 2014.
According to the General Medical Council as many as 25,000 doctors have got their licence to practice revalidation during its first year of operation.
Another system has been suggested to help cut the amount of individuals resorting to suicides. The archive plots how the Scottish Government plans to proceed with a descending pattern in suicide numbers throughout the last decade.
A second criminal analysis into the demise of a patient at Stafford Hospital which was surrounded by controversies is under way at present. Ivy Bunn, 90, lost her life at the healing facility in 2008, taking after a fall a week prior.
A Parliamentary examination has started into the risk of healing facilities spreading the human type of frantic cow illness as a consequence of neglecting to distinguish the infective executor answerable for the variant manifestation of Creutzfeldt-Jakob malady (CJD) in tissue gifts and on surgical instruments.