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It's more teatime than Terminator - a restaurant in China is electrifying customers by using more than a dozen robots to cook and deliver food. Mechanical staff greet customers, deliver dishes to tables and even stir-fry meat and vegetables at the eatery in Kunshan, which opened last week. "My daughter asked me to invent a robot because she doesn't like doing housework," the restaurant's founder Song Yugang said.

Even if you don't open a newspaper, turn on a television, log on to a computer or pull out a smartphone, you can get news - from wearable technology. As wearables gain traction, news purveyors are eyeing these devices for their potential to deliver headlines and more to people who want to stay up to date. Some news apps already have the capacity to deliver news notifications, or full articles, to smartwatches or eyewear such as Google Glass.
"The Look." Her voice. That line. Lauren Bacall, the sultry femme fatale who at 19 entranced Humphrey Bogart and taught him to whistle, hypnotized the world from the moment she burst onto the silver screen in the 1940s. With her smoldering gaze and deep, husky voice, the legendary American actress, who died Tuesday after a stroke at the age of 89, was a scorching-hot property both in Hollywood and on Broadway.
Robin Williams may be best remembered for the legion of fast-talking comedic roles which lit up both television and movies during his glittering show-business career. Less well-known is the fact that the 63-year-old, who died from an apparent suicide on Monday, almost single-handedly began the trend of stars lending their voices to animated blockbusters when he signed on to Disney's 1992 hit "Aladdin."
An Indian investment banker turned wildly successful novelist is taking a career turn in Bollywood, with a screenplay he says will tackle social issues in the same vein as the books that made him a youth icon. Chetan Bhagat shot to fame with his coming-of-age tale "Five Point Someone" in 2004 - written at night while he kept up his financial day job - which became a huge commercial hit and spawned a raft of Indian campus novels.
Defense in Bridge is never a piece of cake. For it requires foresight and imagination to look ahead and find the downing trick. Many average player just defend mechanically and do not take the pains to visualize the declarer's possible distribution and point count. But the above average player does make an effort and is often rewarded. But for super duper defense the expert is on track to find the best possible defense which could seal the declarer's fate as happened the following deal when east west bid as under:-
Despite fame and fortune, celebrity artists may be more vulnerable to depression than the rest of us, brought low by the same creative qualities that gave them success in the first place, analysts say. As the world mourned the apparent suicide of comedian Robin Williams on Tuesday, there were many questions about the state of mind of the Oscar-winner once called the funniest man alive. "Artists are often people who are more sensitive, who feel emotions more strongly," said Michel Reynaud, of the Paul Brousse Hospital's psychiatry department in Paris.

 



 
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