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Advancements in Cataract Surgery Cataract is one of the most commonly occuring vision defect in older population. The treatment is mainly surgical. The recent advancements in surgical procedures has made it more acceptable. The advanced procedures are painless,bloodless. C ataract, meaning opacification of the human lens is best treated using ultrasound. By this method the lens is emulified and sucked out using vacuum. When the surgery is performed through the cornea there is no loss of blood. This is extremely useful for hypertensive and cardiac patients taking medications that affect clotting of blood. Since the surgery is peformed through a micro incision and sutures are generally not required. Usually the procedure is performed under local anesthesia making it an absolutely Pain less and safe procedure. This does not require hospitalisation. Recently the new advancement in cataract surgery has occured which is known as ' Micro Pulse Phaco' or 'Cold Phaco' . The procedure of...
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The following video was played at the recent SONY Shareholders' Meeting . It is a good food for thought and obviously has enormous implications to the world today and beyond !! http://www.innovationamerica.us/index.php/innovation-daily/2024-what-sony-played-at-its-annual-shareholder-meeting-this-year
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7 Steps to Protect Against Online Fraud for this Year's Tax Day SonicWALL Security Threat Team Offers Insight and Guidelines on Phishing Scams and other Invasive Schemes Related to Tax Day Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Tuesday, April 12, 2011 -- (Business Wire India ) -- With tax day around the corner, SonicWALL, Inc., the leading provider of intelligent network security and data protection solutions, today released the results of its phishing quiz . Of the three million respondents to the quiz, only 7.4% answered all of the questions correctly. When asked to determine whether a suspect email was a phishing e-mail or a legitimate email, respondents were wrong 22% of the time. In addition, quiz results reveal that 1 in 10 people will act on a phishing email even after they have been told it is suspicious; actions include opening the email, clicking on links and even providing personal data at the phisher's website. The seasonal rise in phishing threats associated with the...
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Software has become easier to customize in the past decade, but hardware, for the most part, remains closed: Apple's battle to keep people from hacking the iPhone is a case in point. Although most consumer electronics are collections of smaller devices--cell phones typically include cameras and voice recorders, for example--users can't swap out the devices or modify the way they work. Bug Labs , a startup based in New York City, is hoping to change that with its new device, the Bug, scheduled to start shipping late this year. The Bug would allow users to design their own electronics and customize them however they want. CEO Peter Semmelhack explains that the foundation of the device is the Bugbase, a minicomputer running Linux that users can program. It has ports for up to four device modules, which snap in and out of place. Among the first modules the company expects to offer will be a GPS system, a camera, a motion sensor, and an LCD screen. But it also plans to offer new modules...
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