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Kali Muscle – Apple MacBook Air 13″ Unboxing

Kali Muscle unboxing of his first MAC laptop computer Macbook Air. Kali also edited this video with Imovie. Click Here To Subscribe = http://full.sc/1rgLfsM …

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Distro Issue 85: Does the Razer Edge have enough muscle to upend portable gaming?

Distro Issue 85 On the Edge as Razer attempts to upend mobile gaming

We have actually heard rumblings about Razer’s modular gaming plans since the early whispers of Job Fiona. Now, the device is a full-fledged tablet through the Edge and in a fresh edition of our tablet mag, we put the Pro version and a couple of its add-ons with the wringer to check its PC games chops. Eyes-On takes a ride on a BRD electic motorcycle, Hands-On takes on GDC 2013 and V-Moda’s Val Kolton works his method with the Q&A. Today’s issue is prepared for the taking through the download links below. Likewise, be sure to grab the most up to date variation of the Distro apps as they become available– significant updates to both the Android and iPad software were released previously today.

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Amazon Cloud Drive tacks on file syncing, flexes its digital storage muscle

DNP Amazon steps its game up, adds file sync to Cloud Drive

After nearly a year on the marketplace, Amazon has actually lastly blessed its Cloud Drive apps for Windows and Mac with a file syncing folder. Starting today, users can access their papers, songs and photos across several computers– a feature that we have actually seen from the likes of Google Drive, Dropbox and SkyDrive for rather time. While this attribute is far from groundbreaking, it does manage to make Amazon’s service a respectable option to cloud storage’s reigning heavy players. Toss in its 5GB of free of cost storage space and Cloud Drive could possibly become a deserving competitor for those who are searching for a brand-new or added place to house their digital collections.

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Kenshiro robot has muscle and bones, is ready to stretch its way into your nightmares

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Add this to the listing of distressing robotics we wish to never be chased by. Luckily, Kenshiro right here looks to be rather slow from the video below. Still, this skeleton-and-muscle headless humanoid robotic has secured a spot in our problems for the foreseeable future, thanks in part to its realistic motions. The ‘bot, which is a followup to 2010′s Kojiro design, stands about 5′ 1 and weighs around 110 pounds. It was developed by Yuto Nakanishi and a team of researchers at University of Tokyo, making its public launching at the current Humanoids conference in Osaka. You can watch Kenshiro in action after the break.

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Laser-stimulated muscle tissue could be used to build ‘bio-integrated’ robots

Light-stimulated muscle

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Modern technology (MIT) and the University of Pennsylvania have managed to from another location stimulate lab-grown muscle tissue using light, possibly opening the door to a brand-new wave of “bio-integrated” robotics developed from natural materials. Their work, which is set to appear in the diary Laboratory on a Chip, included firing 20-millisecond laser pulses at skeletal muscle cells that had actually been genetically engineered to express a light-activated protein– the pulses triggered muscle strips to agreement independently, allowing intricate motions to be orchestrated.

According to MIT News, there are a number of potential usages for the new robot innovation, including medical applications– the severe compactness of …

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Research shows that lab-engineered muscle responds to a workout

Scientists show the labengineered muscle responds to a workout

It’s relatively well recognized that if you desire to get split, you gotta pump some iron. But exactly what’s more of a surprise is that lab-engineered muscle also reacts to a training. Researchers at the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Institute for Regenerative Medication have been considering a way to help the body grow brand-new muscle, and located that cells stemmed from muscle tissue (on a bio-compatible product) reacted to “exercise.” The research additionally showed that when tissue was put on mice with lowered back muscles, those which got the exercised flesh enjoyed significant recovery benefits over those that simply received the “sedentary” cells. The experts who conducted the study suggest that if this was done on an equivalent human scale, muscle might have recuperated to 70 percent of the force of native tissue within two months– just what they think about a substantial amount. So if you ever before require a transplant, perhaps that Thighmaster in the loft will finally come to utilize.

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Weight Gain Blueprint – How To Build Muscle Fast For Skinny Guys

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Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 flexes its imaging muscle (video)

Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 flexes its imaging muscle (video)

While we already know that Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 will offer a quad-core variant, incorporate LTE and use a 28nm manufacturing process, the company posted an article to its media blog ahead of Mobile World Congress showcasing the new features provided by the chipset’s Image Signal Processor. You’re likely familiar with some of the imaging functionality available in Qualcomm’s existing Snapdragon processors — technology like Scalado‘s Rewind (pictured above) which we’ve covered before. The new SoC cranks things up a notch with support for up to three cameras (two in the back for 3D plus one front-facing), 20-megapixel sensors and 1080p HD video recording at 30fps. In addition to zero shutter lag, the Snapdragon S4 includes proprietary 3A processing (autofocus, auto exposure and auto white balance) along with improved blink / smile detection, gaze estimation, range finding and image stabilization. Rounding things off are gesture detection / control, augmented reality and computer vision (via Quacomm’s FastCV). Want to know more? Check out the source link below, then hit the break for video demos of the S4′s image stabilization and gesture-based imaging chops.

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Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 flexes its imaging muscle (video) originally appeared on Engadget on Sat, 18 Feb 2012 23:32:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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LG flexes its pre-CES design muscle with a cubey AirPlay dock, svelte 3D HDTVs

LG has a habit of creating gadgets for everyday use with super-thin and ultra-sleek designs. This year, the company was recently awarded a whopping 12 Innovation Awards for CES 2012, which notably included very light details on three of its upcoming Smart TVs and its cubey Powerful Sound AirPlay-enabled speaker dock. Among the displays are two 55-inch HDTVs, dubbed LED Cinema 3D LM8600 and Nano Full LED Cinema 3D LM9600 — both are listed as sporting “LG’s narrowest bezel and ultra-slim Clear Screen design,” but the Nano variant is said to offer “brighter and smoother” picture quality. For the plasma lovers out there, LG’s also let details loose on its PM9700 — a massive 60-inch 3D HD Plasma display, complete with a Magic Motion remote. For those on the audio side, that cubey AirPlay speaker is said to pack 80-watts of power and a 2.1 stereo speaker array, along with an obligatory iDevice dock on its top. We’ll let you know if we catch a glimpse of the new gear at CES, but in the meantime, you’ll find details in the press release past the break.

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LG flexes its pre-CES design muscle with a cubey AirPlay dock, svelte 3D HDTVs originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 10 Nov 2011 10:53:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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