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Visiting Lahore has always been an inspiring experience. I exhilarate while going through paintings capturing natural glimpses of landscapes, rare moments of life and love for nature with painterly compositions and immense understanding of colours, lights and shadows of different painters at art galleries of Lahore which is fascinating.

Just because you've spent the better part of your adult life killing zombies on Resident Evil or stealing cars on Grand Theft Auto, doesn't mean that computer gaming is no longer an option once you have children. It just means that, if you want to involve the whole family, you might have to consider some different approaches.
Disney unveiled a portfolio of learning apps for young children recently, harnessing the appeal of iconic characters such as Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy to subjects like math, science, creative arts and languages. The entertainment giant said its "Disney Imagicademy" aims to expose three to eight-year-old children to core educational concepts via a curriculum developed in conjunction with academic and education experts.
Microsoft pulled back the curtain Wednesday on the upcoming Windows 10 operating system focused on bringing harmony to the diverse array of Internet gadgets in people's lives. As it previewed the new operating system, Microsoft also unexpectedly added to the roster of modern gadgets with the unveiling of headgear that overlays holograms on the real world and lets wearers use their hands to interact with virtual objects.
Japanese scientists say they are on their way to being able to create custom-made skin, bone and joints using a 3D printer. Several groups of researchers around the world have developed small masses of tissue for implants, but now they are looking to take the next step and make them functional.
Diseases linked to lifestyle choices, including diabetes and some cancers, kill 16 million people prematurely each year, the World Health Organisation said Monday, urging action to stop the "slow-moving public health disaster". Unhealthy habits like smoking, alcohol abuse and consuming too much fat, salt and sugar have sparked an epidemic of diseases which together constitute the leading cause of death globally, WHO said.
Wearable tech can sometimes cut right to the chase: that's the case with "Belty," a smart belt unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show which aims to help people lose weight. With its embedded sensors, the belt will vibrate when it determines you have eaten too much, and also send a signal when you are sedentary for too long. The belt also loosens when its wearer sits and tightens on standing, simply sensing body movements.

 



 
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