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Apps of Android and Apple blamed for teen smoking

According to a new study from the University of Sydney, free mobile phone apps downloadable from the Apple App Store or Google Play may be playing a short role in encouraging smoking behavior.

24 October 2012
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Apps of Android and Apple blamed for teen smoking

ISS crew lifts off successfully

A space rocket named Soyuz has successfully launched a Russian-US crew to the International Space Station. It is expected that the craft will dock with the Station in two days. The craft successfully blasted at 2:51pm Moscow time from Baikonur Space Center in Kazakhistan.

23 October 2012
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ISS crew lifts off successfully

LG’s 5-inch phablet Optimus Vu likely to compete Galaxy Note 2

LG electronics has officially launched its new phablet, the Optimus Vu in India for 34,500 and it is likely to compete with the Samsung Galaxy Note II. This smartphone was initially announced by the company at the Mobile World Conference in Barcelona in February 2012.

22 October 2012
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LG’s 5-inch phablet Optimus Vu likely to compete Galaxy Note 2

According to a report over 1 billion cellphones are in use worldwide

The use of cellphones has now became a sort of a trend especially among the teenagers. As you step out, you'll notice almost everyone carrying a cellphone some might be busy texting, some making calls and some might be carrying in their pockets or hands.

18 October 2012
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According to a report over 1 billion cellphones are in use worldwide

Meet the world's youngest DJ shes just six years old

A normal school girl named Amber Jacobs is the youngest girl as DJ. Later this month she is about to play in an event where she will be announced as the youngest on the airwaves by Guinness World Records.

18 October 2012
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Meet the world's youngest DJ shes just six years old

Celebrating the World's Food Day 2012

Our Beautiful and lovely Earth is a place where more than seven billion people. At the present time, there are majority people out there that goes to sleep hungry and according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations(FAO), which declares October 16 a World Food Day, the Food prices are still higher than the previous year.

16 October 2012
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Celebrating the World's Food Day 2012

Bird flu outbreaks in Nepal hundreds of chickens culled

A strain of H5N1 of bird flu at a poultry farm on the outside of the city by some officials. Due to the reason about 1200 chickens have died at the poultry farm from bird flu virus and the remaining were killed around about 800 and thousands of eggs have also been destroyed.

15 October 2012
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Bird flu outbreaks in Nepal hundreds of chickens culled

According to a survey Depression Stigma maybe fading out

It is a quite difficult for those people to understand what a patient goes through who never had gone through depression and such patients are seem unattractive to them. A stigma of depression that is not such a big problem to be ashamed of, but still patients fail to get proper and timely treatment because they try to hide it.

12 October 2012
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According to a survey Depression Stigma maybe fading out

IOC thinking to consider Armstrong bronze

The US Anti Doping Agency's report being looked up into cyclist Lance Armstrong before deciding whether to strip him of his Olympic bronze medal said the International Olympic Committee.

12 October 2012
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IOC thinking to consider Armstrong bronze

The latest Firefox browser founded to be unsecured

The popular firefox just released its new version of internet browser and it is found to be totally unsecured as it was pulled aimed security concerns just one day after its release.

11 October 2012
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The latest Firefox browser founded to be unsecured
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