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Monday, 15 April 2013

What is a Smart Watch (Smartwatch)

A smartwatch  is a computerized wristband, it has features beyond time keeping. Some smart watch can run mobile apps, play music, play videos and play Fm Radio.


















These watches comes with camera, gps tracking capabilities, wifi capabilities ,cell phone, touch screen and much more.


















Some of the popular brands of smart watch are:


Sony SmartWatch

OS: Android
Screen: 1.3 OLED, 128 x 128
Storage: None
Connectivity: Bluetooth 3.0
Weight: 15.5 g main unit, 26 g watchband
Battery: Undisclosed, lasts a few days with normal usage







Motorola MotoACTV



Size: 46 x 46 x 9.6 mm
Weight: 35g
Display: 1.6-inch Trasflective TFT, QCIF+ 176x220 (optimized for Indoor/Outdoor)
Supported Audio Formats: AAC, AAC+, MP3
System Memory: 256MB
Storage: 8GB capacity (16GB also available)
Connectivity: 3.5mm Headset, USB 2.0 HS
Bluetooth: Stereo Bluetooth Class 1.5
Sensors: ANT+, BLE, Accelerometer
WLAN: 802.11 b/g/n
Location: GPS+
Battery: 258 mAh
Standby Time: 325 hours
Playback Time: 20 hours
Workout Time: 10 hours indoor, 5 hours outdoor



WIMM One Watch

Product dimensions: 1.3 x 0.5 x 1.4 inches
Wifi
Bluetooth
USB Connection
Audible and Tacticle alerts
Accelerometer
Magnetometer
Bi-Modal Display
Capacitive Touch Screen
Up to 32GB memory
Splash Resistant
22G
Charges via USB or paddle


MetaWatch



Handset compatibility: iPhone 4s, iPad (3), Android (various)
Sensor compatibility: Initially, Wahoo Fitness BLE sensors for iPhone 4s
iOS compatibility: iOS 5 (basic functionality), iOS 6 (enhanced functionality)
Double injection molded PU, co-molded with PC body 
Mineral hardened glass lens with anti-glare coating 
Titanium finished stainless steel top ring 
5 ATM water resistant (you can swim with it, but no diving) 
96x96 mirror polymer network display 
Vibrating alerts 
6 buttons
Rechargeable (5-7 day battery life)
Dual Mode Bluetooth 4.0**
3 Axis accelerometer / ambient light sensor



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Saturday, 6 April 2013

Smoking Causes Impotence

Tobacco smoking can definitely result in impotence in men, and if used heavily, could eventually cause men to 'fire blanks'.


"This is definitely true, because it contains nicotine which causes hardening of the arteries and results in less blood flow to the penis," the doctor explained.

While young men may not feel the effects of smoking, Dr Thomas said they should not think it will not have an effect, as 10 to 15 years down the line the damage will start manifesting itself.
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If you smoke long enough and hard enough — say 10 cigarettes per day — then you will definitely feel the effects," he said.

Therefore, impotence caused by smoking is more common among older men.
Studies have found that tobacco smoking has been individually associated with a build-up of plaque in the arteries, a condition called atherosclerosis. This plaque obstructs the blood flow through the vessels, causing a host of circulatory problems throughout the body, resulting in erectile dysfunction. Long-term use of tobacco will eventually cause the blood flow to become non-existent, resulting in impotence.


The doctor stated that an approximate 25 per cent of Jamaican men will suffer from the condition, with an even higher rate among men with diabetes and hypertension.
Meanwhile, some smokers have switched to marijuana because of the risk of impotence with tobacco.
But this, too, has its dangers.

"While tobacco smoking is linked to impotence, marijuana is linked to infertility," Dr Thomas warned.
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