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Myo - Gesture control armband by Thalmic Labs

Myo - Gesture control armband by Thalmic Labs

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Marta So Mourning of the Father of the Nation, King Sihanouk Norodom, in front of the Royal Palace of Phnom Penh, where his body has been exposed to the public for three months. On Monday 15 October, “Father of the Nation”, king Norodom Sihanouk of Cambodia died in China, aged 89. Born in 1922 he lived through the most turbulent moments of Cambodia’ s history, witnessing independence from France, Lol Non’s coup, life in exile, Khmer Rouge regime, Vietnamese occupation, UN protectorate, power struggle between Cambodia’s political factions and, finally, peace under (not official but still) one party rule. By the end of his life he gave up throne to his son, and spent much of his time China, where he has always been warmly welcomed.

MCDPEL Innovations Lab *Global #EdCampLdr 2015* The Mid-Career Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership will sponsor EdCamp Leadership (@edcampldr) for the 3rd year in a row on MONDAY, JULY 13, 2015. This year's event encourages other locations around the country to co-host their own #edcampldr to maximize the hashtag and collaborative session facilitation across time zones. Squeezing into OMsignal's smart shirt of the future Thanksgiving is a time to remember things to be grateful for, stuff yourself with turkey and watch MST3k re-runs. But what happens the following day, when you wake up with a meat hangover that could kill a horse? That's the moment you'll stumble online, looking for new ways to lose weight and find OMsignal's biometric smart shirt. The fashionable piece is a sports-style compression garment that monitors your breathing, heart rate and step count, so I know that as I write this, I'm taking 18 breaths a minute and my heart is beating 76 times every 60 seconds.

Validate Your Business Idea Do you have a business idea? Of course you do. Why else would you be reading this article? Boost for grassroots education Kristen A. Graham, Inquirer Staff Writer Posted: Monday, August 17, 2015, 1:07 AM The XOO Belt Which Charges A Smartphone Joins With Iconic UK Fashion House Nifty, a hardware startup which has previously turned heads which it’s clever SD card (the MiniDrive) designed to expand the memory of ultra books like Macbook Air’s, has come up with a new product. The XOO Belt is a designer belt that will charge a smartphone. Launched recently on IndieGoGo, it packs 2,100mAh of power – enough to fully charge an iPhone 6 with power to spare. The XOO Belt has multiple overlapping layers of high-capacity flexible battery woven inside the full-grain leather and features polished zinc buckles and a ratchet mechanism for adjustment. It’s design is what you might call unisex. The charging cable that works with both iPhone and Android phones is hidden behind the leather strap, magnetically held in place.

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