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Wi-Fi radiation from laptops may cause infertility in men

12/2/2011 - Laptops with wi-fi technology have given us the capability to connect to the internet almost anywhere, but now researchers say wi-fi radiation may also be giving us more infertility by decreasing sperm motility and damaging DNA in sperm. Is Your Wi-Fi Laptop Hurting Your Sperm? Published in the...

Laptop computers cook your testicles

11/8/2010 - Is something burning, or are you just computing again? New research published in the medial journal Fertility and Sterility (Nov 2010) reveals that laptop computers can roast a man's testicles to the point where sperm production (and quality) starts to drop. To conduct the study, researchers placed...

Using your laptop could cause 'toasted skin syndrome'

10/5/2010 - Using your laptop computer on your lap for extended periods of time can cause serious, and potentially permanent, skin burns, say Swiss researchers. Published in the journal Pediatrics, the study explains that "toasted skin syndrome" occurs when skin is exposed to heat for long periods of time, and...

Product Review: Acer Aspire One netbooks set new standard in mobile computing

11/1/2009 - It's rare to discover a technology product that genuinely changes the way you get things done, but the Aspire One netbook from Acer accomplishes exactly that. It's a feature-packed "netbook" that can revolutionize the way you read websites, listen to audio books, read e-books, watch videos or teleconference...

Excessive Laptop Computer Use Linked To Male Infertility

6/26/2009 - It's not only Big Pharma making billions off of the sometimes too-gullible American public. The infertility industry is raking in about two billion dollars a year -- even though many of the costly treatments have dismal success rates (http://www.naturalnews.com/023803_fertility_infertility_health.html)....

One laptop per child project ships first 10 computers

11/23/2006 - A former MIT professor started on a project years ago to place as many laptop computers into the hands of children -- mostly in developing countries -- as possible. The "One Laptop Per Child" campaign had a goal of producing a laptop computer with a cost of $100 to facilitate the project and ensure...

The $100 laptop is coming (press release)

9/26/2006 - Some manufacturers Dr. Mary Lou Jepsen approached about producing and selling a laptop computer for $100 laughed at her. Despite this chiding and disbelief, the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) chief technology officer has persevered, and the $100 laptop is on track to be shipped next spring. Jepsen describes...

Homeland Security can now search your laptop computer: Man gets 25 years for deleted image files

7/27/2006 - Three judges have ruled that border police can seize laptops and run forensic tests without warrants or probable cause. Due to his criminal background, Stuart Romm was denied access by Canadian authorities into British Columbia. When he returned to the Seattle-Tacoma airport, he allowed Homeland...

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