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E-cigarettes: Enjoy your satisfaction

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Impairment decrease is a framing for public wellness insurance policy that concentrates on reduction the harmful consequences of recreational dose use without necessarily reducing or eliminating the use itself.1 Whereas impairment reduction insurances have made up widely adoptedfor illicit drug use (for instance, needle switch programs) and alcohol use (for instance, specified driver programs), they've not found wide supporting in tobacco control condition.

 Several within the tobacco control community of interests have embraced nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) and other pharmaceutic products, but these merchandises are configured as cessation strategies instead of recreational alternatives. Recently, however, afresh product that doesn't fit neatly into any previous category takes in entered the nicotine market: the electronic cigarette. Electronic cigarettes don't contain tobacco, but they're recreational nicotine devices and the user closely mimics the act of smoking. Thus, it is neither tobacco products nor surcease devices. The original potential of electronic cigarettes warrants revisiting the impairment reduction debate as them applies to these merchandises.

E-cigarettes are handheld twists that deliver nicotine to the user through the powered vaporisation of a nicotine/ propanediol solution. The human activity of ‘smoke’ an electronic cigarette is called ‘vaping’ and it mimickers smoke; but, there has no burning and the user breathes in vapour, not smoke. Although the nicotine is derived from tobacco, electronic cigarettes contain no tobacco. On paper, we'd expect vaping to be less harmful than smoking as it delivers nicotine without the thousands of known and nameless toxicants in tobacco smoke. Furthermore, a product that mimickers the act of smoking, besides delivering nicotine, can address both pharmacologic and behavioral components of cigarette addiction. Electronic cigarettes are not manufactured or distributed by the tobacco industry or by the pharmaceutical industry. 100s of humble distributors market them over the internet and in shopping centre kiosks. They've gotten on the grocery store in the United States government for to a higher degree 3 years and have become increasingly popular.

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Google Buys Motorola Mobility for the Patents

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Google has just announced that it is about to acquire Motorola Mobility, the former Mobile Devices division of Motorola, for approximately $12.5 billion (or $40 per share), in cash no less!

In an official statement, the acquisition will “enable Google to supercharge the Android ecosystem and will enhance competition in mobile computing.” The search engine giant also insisted that it will run Motorola Mobility as a separate entity, while its Android mobile operating system will remain open to all hardware manufacturers. At least the likes of HTC, Samsung, and LG can heave a sigh of relief.
Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page also writes in his blog that the company had looked to Motorola as “a market leader in the home devices and video solutions business,” hence the acquisition.

Page also states what many observers thought as the main reason why Google acquired Motorola Mobility: To grab Motorola’s patents, with approximately 14,600 granted patents and 6,700 pending patent applications worldwide. “(It will) enable us to better protect Android from anti-competitive threats from Microsoft, Apple, and other companies,” Page wrote.

Motorola Mobility has been known for its full dedication to Android with its bevy of “Droid” handsets, which were released on the Verizon network. There are currently three Droid smartphones: The original Droid, Droid X, and Droid 2.

The acquisition is subject to customary closing conditions and is expected to close by the end of 2011 or early 2012.

Logitech G300 Gaming Mouse is Ambidextrous and Very Customizable

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Even the most casual online gamers know that the better mouse makes better players. Logitech has announced its newest G-series gaming mouse, the G300, that features nine customizable controls. This would give player a competitive edge because they no longer feel the need of using the keyboard at all, sinch everything rests on the G300 mouse.

It is also Logitech first gaming mouse that lacks thumb controls, making it ideal for both right- and left-handed gamers, thus enabling them to play with the same level of control. The device can even allow gamers to customize up to three different player profiles and seven different color options. For instance, you can set the color of the mouse to red for one control customization and green for another.


The G300 also features a 2500-DPI optical sensor that can track both slow and fast movements, as well as the ability to work well on different surfaces. It also comes with an optional drag-and-drop software that lets users set up the G300 mouse, as well as connect to other Logitech products such as the G-series keyboards and headsets.

The Logitech G300 gaming mouse will be available across the United States and Europe in September, with a suggested price of $39.99.

Scosche BoomCan Portable Media Speaker

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Portable speakers should provide good audio quality aside from being handy enough to bring along anywhere. But good portable speakers with good sound quality do not come quite as often as it seems. The new Scosche BoomCan might just be one of the exceptions.

The Scosche BoomCan is a portable media speaker that aims to provide good sound quality despite its small size. This diminutive yet attractive looking speaker comes with 35mm drivers to provide better overall sound quality and experience for those people who are always on the go. At just 2.5″ tall and 2″ wide, it can be used with any compatible smartphone tablet, laptop or any other device with a headphone jack. It also comes with its own lithium ion rechargeable batteries that is good for 7 hours of use per full charge. The Scosche BoomCan portable media speaker is available at Scosche for US$25.

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Garmin Edge 200: Cheap GPS for Cyclists

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While there are GPS units in the market that cater to cyclists, most of them are pretty expensive. Garmin has just unveiled its Edge 200, a cheaper version of the Edge 500. It has similar features without the non-essential ones. For instance, the Edge 200 does not have a navigation function or the ability to gather data from power meters, heart rate monitors, and cadence sensors.

But what the Edge 200 can do, however, is to map the routes you have taken, let you download them through USB, and share them via Garmin Connect. It can also provide basic info like speed, distance, calories burn, and time, without having to connect another hardware. The Edge 200 can store up to 130 hours of biking memory, as well as having a 14-hour battery life.

The Garmin Edge 200 is expected to be available before September ends for $149.99.