Futurity
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Average rates were 7.8 words per minute for Degray and 6.3 and 2.7 words per minute, respectively, for the other two participants. Rerouted nerves let paralyzed people use hands The investigational system used in the study, an intracortical brain-computer interface called the BrainGate Neural Interface System, represents the newest generation of BCIs. Previous generations picked up signals first via electrical leads placed on the scalp, then by being surgically positioned at the brain's surface beneath the skull. An intracortical BCI uses a tiny silicon chip, just over one-sixth of an inch square, from which protrude 100 electrodes that penetrate the brain to about the thickness of a quarter and tap into the electrical activity of individual nerve cells in the motor cortex. Henderson likened the resulting improved resolution of neural sensing, compared with that of older-generation BCIs, to that of handing out applause meters to individual members of a studio audience rather than just stationing them on the ceiling, so you can tell just how hard and how fast each person in the audience is clapping.
Dezeen
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ZDNet News
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The South Korean electronics giant says it has further strengthened the wide-angle back camera on the G6 with dual 1.3 megapixel resolution while designing it to not protrude.
Mirrorspectrum
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Some people experience bloating as a constant problem. This is due to built-up gas in your digestive system that makes your stomach protrude out uncomfortably. They feel full and their stomach is bloated. We all know that this is a common problem, which usually occurs after a heavy meal. These are the most common reasons for that: First, you dont drink enough water – you should know that many health problems usually appear if you dont drink enough water every day. Well, this usually happens when you drink coffee or alcohol. So, if you drink coffee and alcohol, make sure you drink 6-8 glasses of water as well. You should also know that when you dont drink enough water, your organism starts using the liquids it can find, which means that bloating can be caused due to fluid retention. For that reason, you have to start drinking lots of water.
Sky News
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BBC One West
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It will protrude northward. Most of us will see a cold, clear, frosty night. Temperatures as low as minus two degrees. Now there is a risk of shallow mist and freezing fog.
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Phys.Org
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The Huffington Post
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What is a disc herniation? The intervertebral disc is an elastic soft cushion that is between the vertebrae of the spine (Figure 9). It connects the vertebrae together, gives stability to the spine, and allows the spine to move. The intervertebral disc has two parts; the annulus fibrosus (tough fibrous outer layer) and the nucleus pulposus (soft gel-like inner layer) (Figure 10). If the soft gel-like inner material leaks out or herniates through a tear in the fibrous outer layer, it becomes a disc herniation. A tear of the disc may allow the gel-like material in the center of the disc to protrude and leak out, causing a herniation of the disc, which presses into the nerve root as it exits the spine. This irritates the close by nerve root, causing sciatica. Sciatica is one of the most common symptoms of lumbar disc herniation. Treatment Treatment will initially include anti-inflammatory medication, muscle relaxation and physical therapy.
Techradar - Reviews
2 months
Its rear sticks out nearly 15cm, and it stands 9cm high - measurements which could potentially make it a no-go zone for some living room set ups. It will, after all, protrude a long way from your wall if you decide to hang it up, and it could obscure the bottom of your picture if you own a TV that sits unusually low on its desktop stand. Its 1m width, though, is reasonably compact by sound bar standards, and should allow it to sit on most TV stands fairly comfortably without untidily stretching far beyond the left and right edges of your TV. Build quality is high for such an affordable sound bar. It feels weighty and solid, and while the finish isnt glamorous there are a few tasteful touches including a gentle forward angling of the speaker grille. Connections are a touch surprising in todays marketplace in that theres no HDMI input/throughput.
Techradar - Reviews
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Misfit Ray Like the idea of Misfit? The Ray is one of the latest devices from the company and offers similar features to the Shine 2 but in a different package. The Ray is a cylinder, which is something weve never seen before in a fitness tracker. It will protrude quite a bit from your wrist, but it comes with all the same tracking features as the Shine 2. You can also wear this in various different positions. Misfit even recommend wearing this around your neck as a necklace instead of on your wrist. Read the review: Misfit Ray Fitbit Charge 2 After something that can offer more specific fitness features? The number one device thats in a similar price bracket as the Shine 2 is the latest from Fitbit the Charge 2 . Fitbits Charge 2 comes with a lot more fitness features built into it, such as heart rate monitoring, and you also get a screen on the tracker, which can be useful for when youre looking for your stats.
Daily Mail - Femail
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Cheshire-based midwife Emily Street says the 5ft2in star's tiny frame means the space between her ribs and torso can't accommodate a 'neat' bump. It will protrude further as the baby grows.
The Event Chronicle
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By Clyde Winters The World Wide Web is all abuzz with Google Earth images of Antarctica that appear to show pyramids in the icy landscape. The images show what appears to be three pyramids with four sides similar to the famous Giza pyramids in Egypt. Could these be authentic man-made pyramids created by an ancient civilization? Who Made the Pyramids? There are numerous theories about the origin of these pyramids. Some of the more controversial suggestions are that the pyramids were remnants of an earlier Atlantean civilization in Antarctica, or that they were built by extraterrestrials. Other researchers have suggested a natural geological explanation for the Antarctica pyramids. These scientists have suggested that the “pyramids”, may actually be nunataks. Nunataks are the peaks of mountains that protrude through the ice and are higher than the surrounding terrain.
EVO Reviews
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Image 5 of 36 Image 5 of 36 Power finds its way to the rear of the car via a carbonfibre prop shaft. There it is subject to proper torque vectoring via two electromechanical clutch packs that sit either side of the differential. A car that comes with IBS might seem unpleasant, but in this instance IBS stands for Integrated Brake System. According to Alfa, IBS combines the stability control and the booster into one unique electromechanical system, providing shorter reaction times. This then links into Chassis Domain Control, which is the Alfa’s brain that integrates and coordinates the actions of the torque vectoring, IBS, ESC and adaptive dampers. Carbon ceramic brakes are optional but as standard there is a carbonfibre bonnet, carbonfibre roof and a carbonfibre front splitter, which is adaptive (it uses two actuators to protrude the splitter further out into the airflow when necessary).
The Week
3 months
The ends of the wires will protrude through the back of the mossed framebend the ends back onto themselves to ensure the foliage is held securely in place, and the sharp ends of the wires are concealed. STEP FOUR Now the fun can really start, as your imagination is the only limit here. Decorate your wreath with any number of adornments, from pine cones and clusters of nuts (such as shiny chestnuts and glossy walnuts) to bright baubles and stems of artificial berries in bright colours. Raid the Christmas-decorations box for any odd baubles that have lost their hanger and use a stub wire to secure them in place, along with sparkling fake flowers and anything else that takes your festive fancy. STEP FIVE As a finishing touch, secure a ribbon bow to the wreath with a florist stub wire and create a loop at the back for hanging. To display your wreath on a wooden door with no handy knocker, fasten a double length of ribbon into the very top of the open door using drawing pins.
Autocar
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Rolls-Royce recently released a new picture of the 2018 car's structure. Earlier images shown in our gallery are of development mules being subjected to cold weather testing. Two prototypes of the next generation Rolls-Royce Phantom were also spied, including a long-wheelbase variant. The cars were heavily disguised, but we can see what looks to be a slightly longer body, as well as a new front bumper design featuring wider air vents that extend further out towards the car’s sides. The Spirit of Ecstasy is also missing, although this is likely to be because it is a test mule. Rolls-Royce testing its all-new vehicle architecture At the rear, the bumper seems to protrude less than the current Phantom, with a more flush design from the boot lid to the rear bumper. There are also more rounded lights, but these are temporary units rather than anything final.
Core77
4 months
This Kickstarter will be funded on Nov. 18. I'm always interested in a good hook, since hooks make it so easy to hang up clothes, towels, etc. Hooked , from Nicholas Marschner, is certainly attractive. My concern would be that it seems to protrude quite a distance from the wall, and it's made of steel—this could result in some nasty injuries if someone ran into one in the dark. So end users would need to be careful about the placement of these hooks. This Kickstarter will be funded on Nov. 29. A fidget toy may not seem like an organizing-related product, but some end users with ADHD (and others, too) find it easier to concentrate on the task at hand when they can play with a fidget. The P6-Spinner from Jetset Robot was designed to fit nicely in someone's hand. It has a more adult/professional look than some other fidget toys, which might make it well suited for an office environment.
Core77
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This Kickstarter will be funded on Nov. 18. I'm always interested in a good hook, since hooks make it so easy to hang up clothes, towels, etc. Hooked , from Nicholas Marschner, is certainly attractive. My concern would be that it seems to protrude quite a distance from the wall, and it's made of steel—this could result in some nasty injuries if someone ran into one in the dark. So end users would need to be careful about the placement of these hooks. This Kickstarter will be funded on Nov. 29. A fidget toy may not seem like an organizing-related product, but some end users with ADHD (and others, too) find it easier to concentrate on the task at hand when they can play with a fidget. The P6-Spinner from Jetset Robot was designed to fit nicely in someone's hand. It has a more adult/professional look than some other fidget toys, which might make it well suited for an office environment.
The Huffington Post
4 months
I trace the outline of 23, my fingers brushing this tangible concrete connection to him. Tiny bumps protrude from the surface. The cement refuses to be completely smooth, each miniscule bump claiming its space in the universe, unwilling to conform. I never knew that he lived in block 23. I didn't know that his daily task was to dig tunnels or that he was herded to the Alps as winter descended upon the world and hope crept eastwards in the form of Allied trucks. Then, wind probably raged and snowflakes obscured the sky, shielding prisoners and captives alike. Today, a vast blue sky blankets my three friends, Bernd and me. Bernd: the guide who I met today but who voluntarily began mapping out my grandfather's murky past before I set foot in Dachau. Jakob scarcely spoke about his time in concentration camps during his life. Berndt has physically handed me maps and dates, routes and figures: the puzzle pieces that construct an identity my father could not fully unravel while his father lived, nor throughout the 25 years that have marked his absence.
Design Milk - Architecture
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Techradar - Reviews
4 months
The other design flaw is the remote control. It looks flashy with its nearly flush buttons and heavy-duty finish, but making the buttons protrude so little from the remote’s front makes it borderline impossible to know just by feel where on the remote your finger is. This can be annoying at the best of times, but becomes a nightmare in a dark room. The connections Sony is so keen to hide away with all those clip-on rear covers are pleasingly numerous. Four HDMIs provide support for 4K HDR sources, plus there are three USBs as well as the usual wireless and wired network options supporting both streaming from DLNA-enabled devices on your network and the Android TV platform. Screen sizes available: 65-inch, 75-inch, 100-inch | 4K: Yes | HDR: Yes (HDR 10) | Panel technology: LCD with direct LED lighting and local dimming | Smart TV: Yes, Android TV | Curved: No | Dimensions: 1462 x 847 x 78mm (W x H x D) | 3D: Yes | Inputs: Four HDMIs, three USBs, tuner input, Ethernet port, optical digital audio output, analogue audio inputs, subwoofer line out, headphone output, PCMCIA slot Design TL;DR: While the 65Z9D’s gold edging and patterned, cable-hiding rear are both neat touches, from most viewing angles the 65Z9D just looks like a well-built but otherwise straightforward dark rectangle.
Techradar - Reviews
4 months
The other design flaw is the remote control. It looks flashy with its nearly flush buttons and heavy-duty finish, but making the buttons protrude so little from the remote’s front makes it borderline impossible to know just by feel where on the remote your finger is. This can be annoying at the best of times, but becomes a nightmare in a dark room. The connections Sony is so keen to hide away with all those clip-on rear covers are pleasingly numerous. Four HDMIs provide support for 4K HDR sources, plus there are three USBs as well as the usual wireless and wired network options supporting both streaming from DLNA-enabled devices on your network and the Android TV and YouViewsmart TVplatforms. Screen sizes available: 65-inch, 75-inch, 100-inch | Tuner: Freeview HD | 4K: Yes | HDR: Yes (HDR 10) | Panel technology: LCD with direct LED lighting and local dimming | Smart TV: Yes, YouView and Android TV | Curved: No | Dimensions: 1462 x 847 x 78mm (W x H x D) | 3D: Yes | Inputs: Four HDMIs, three USBs, tuner input, Ethernet port, optical digital audio output, analogue audio inputs, subwoofer line out, headphone output, PCMCIA slot Design TL;DR: While the 65ZD9’s gold edging and patterned, cable-hiding rear are both neat touches, from most viewing angles the 65ZD9 just looks like a well-built but otherwise straightforward dark rectangle.
Techradar
4 months
We'd also like it if the glass felt more premium and less like plastic and if the camera didn't protrude, though only if it can still be protected. Samsung is sure to further refine the design for the Galaxy S8 Edge, so hopefully we'll see some of these changes. 9. Full waterproofing One of the best features of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is its water resistance. It gives you peace of mind that you can use it in the rain or the bath and that if a drink gets spilled on it the phone will still work afterwards. That's all great, but with the Samsung Galaxy S8 Edge we'd like it to go a step further and offer true waterproofing. The S7 Edge already has a brilliant camera and being able to take it scuba diving to snap photos under the sea would be great. It's a feature that might not get used much, but one which would further set it apart from the crowd.