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Robots cost a bit more than regular home appliances for household chores like vacuuming and yard mowing, but German experts say their time has come as the devices improve. "The idea is no longer utopian," says Claudia Oberascher, project manager at HEA, a German trade association that promotes energy efficiency. "There are already many robots in the home. They just don't look like robots you see in science fiction movies." Vacuum-cleaning robots are small disk-shaped devices mounted on wheels that glide across floors and beneath furniture.

Just about every user of a desktop or notebook computer will need a mouse at some point. If you don't use one at work, it's probably waiting for you on your home computer. Getting the right mouse for you can be a blessing. But if you have to use the wrong one, it can turn into a painful experience. After all, holding something in your hand and clicking it all day can be a nightmare if you're gripping something that feels uncomfortable.
ImageAmerican author Harper Lee is to publish a second novel, more than half a century after the release of her much-loved classic "To Kill a Mockingbird," HarperCollins announced Tuesday. "Go Set a Watchman" was written in the 1950s and features many of the same characters as "Mockingbird." It was rediscovered last year and will be released on July 14, the publishing house said.
Every country in the world has its own food profile, which reflects its culture, environment, creativity, and diversity. For example, Pakistan is famous for its rich regional cuisines (Sindhi Biryani, Sersoo ka Sag etc). Just like Pakistan, Traditional British cuisines, offer food lovers an impressive diversity in foods and drinks. These cuisines are famous for the culinary taste, flavour, aroma, and unique ingredients.
A new study is the latest to link blue-light emitting devices, like laptops, phones and game consoles, to shorter sleep in adolescents. "There are probably many possible pathways between screen time and sleep, some of which are direct," said lead author Mari Hysing of Uni Research Health in Bergen, Norway. "The light from the screens may directly affect our circadian rhythms, and teenagers may be especially sensitive."
Some web users still don't get passwords, adopting easy-to-crack phrases such as "123456," "password," "qwerty," or "baseball" to protect their computers and mobile devices, a new survey shows. Those were some of the entries distinguished as the top 10 worst passwords of 2014 by SplashData, a security company, which checked 3.3 million compromised data sets across North America and West Europe to come up with its list.
From Blanche DuBois in "A Streetcar Named Desire" to Viola in Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night," Blythe Danner has had numerous starring roles on the Broadway stage, but in her first leading film role she tapped into something closer to home.

 



 
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