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Popcorn crunch can help viewers overcome premovie ads

Popcorn crunch can help viewers overcome premovie adsAs per a study from the University of Cologne, the crunch of a popcorn and demonstration of consuming itself can hinder the methodology the cerebrum uses to encode new data.

That smash of piece after piece of rich buttery film popcorn may top you off, as well as square the impacts of that premovie publicizing.

Nanoscale Particle Accelerators Used for Killing Cancer Cells

Nanoscale Particle Accelerators Used for Killing Cancer CellsFor the purpose of research and diagnostics, the particle accelerators have proved to be important tools. These are used to influence or control the features of high-energy physics.

For the purpose of medical research, about 49% of the 26,000 accelerators worldwide in 2010 were used. These can also be used in radiotherapy to kill cancer cells in the body.

LG’s latest milestone: 77-inch ULTRA HD CURVED OLED TV unveiled at IFA

 77-inch ULTRA HD CURVED OLED TV unveiled at IFAWith bigwig electronics manufacturers unfolding their increasing interest in the Ultra High Definition television sets - also called UHD or 4K TVs - at the IFA event in Berlin earlier this month, LG Electronics marked another milestone by introducing the world's biggest UHD TV at the event.

Rhapsody Lays off Staff amid Struggles to Compete in Increasingly Crowded Sector

RhapsodyRhapsody has announced to discharge its president, Jon Irwin, along with 15% of its staff, or about 30 employees, as it has been struggling to compete in an increasingly crowded sector.

Jaguar shows off long-rumored C-X17 crossover concept

Jaguar shows off long-rumored C-X17 crossover conceptAhead of the Frankfurt auto show, Jaguar has unveiled its much-rumored crossover concept - the C-X17. The crossover is being largely touted by the company as a design study, with the key objective of introducing its advanced aluminum monocoque architecture that will be the new platform for manufacturing future Jaguar models.

Renault debuts its much-hyped Initiale Paris badge in Frankfurt

Renault debuts its much-hyped Initiale Paris badge in Frankfurt This week, French carmaker Renault's much-hyped Initiale Paris badge was debuted in Frankfurt; with the company taking the wraps off a new high-riding people-mover concept.

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