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Quebec unveils stricter ‘texting and driving’ regulations

Quebec unveils stricter ‘texting and driving’ regulations

New regulations pertaining to texting and driving have recently been unveiled by the authorities in Quebec, Canada.

Google Earth Pro app becomes free for everyone

Google Earth Pro app becomes free for everyone

In a recent announcement, Internet search giant Google has revealed that it is making its Google Earth Pro app "available for free" for everyone.

Delaware to Adopt Digital Driver’s Licenses

Delaware to Adopt Digital Driver’s Licenses

According to a report from Wilmington's News Journal, Delaware State very soon will be the first in the US to adopt digital driver's licenses.

South Korea’s Furo-I Home grabs Limelight at CES

South Korea’s Furo-I Home grabs Limelight at CES

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas has always been the place for cool concepts, ideas and gadgets.

CES 2015: Razer Forge TV bags an official ‘Best of CES’ award

CES 2015: Razer Forge TV bags an official ‘Best of CES’ award

At the 2015, International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, bigwig connected-devices and gaming-software developer Razer bagged the top honors for the fifth consecutive year; with the Raz

Mozilla launches mid-range KDDI Fx0 Firefox handset in Japan

Mozilla launches mid-range KDDI Fx0 Firefox handset in Japan

Mozilla has, in conjunction with Japanese wireless carrier KDDI, announced the launch of a mid-range, Firefox OS-powered smartphone - dubbed the Fx0 smartphone - in Japan.

Canada’s AMF raids Amaya Gaming’s office

Canada’s AMF raids Amaya Gaming’s office

Amaya Gaming has confirmed that it is under investigation by Canadian authorities, but also claimed that the investigation doesn't mean that the gaming brand is involved in any type of wrongdoing.

Microsoft’s MSN-branded apps now available on competing platforms

Microsoft’s MSN-branded apps now available on competing platforms

In an official blog post, Microsoft has announced that it is making its MSN-branded applications to competing platforms.

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Exercise has little role in fighting obesity, study

According to a new study, physical activity has no major role in controlling obesity and doctors said that public campaigns must be focused on avoiding unhealthy foods.

The editorial published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine said that it is time to clear the myth about exercise.Three international experts said that the physical...

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