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The Benefits of Sports For Your Teenage Girl

The Benefits of Sports For Your Teenage Girl | grade 8 math | Scoop.it
Is your preteen or teenage daughter involved in sports? Does she play on a school or club team? Then you’re probably familiar with some of the benefits that sports involvement offer her.

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Curved handheld displays almost ready for market

Curved handheld displays almost ready for market | grade 8 math | Scoop.it

Both LG and Samsung plan to release phones that feature curved displays in the near future. Curved displays are in the early stages of development and allow bendable or foldable designs that could eventually allow mobile and wearable gadgets to take new forms that could radically change the high-end smartphone market.


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At Dot's curator insight, October 10, 2013 8:48 AM

El inicio de los smartwatch?

Ji-Wei's curator insight, October 11, 2013 1:10 AM
Many phone technology companies like Apple, Samsung and LG are turning to curved screens. These curved screens are made of a flexible glass like willow glass or gorilla glass. Bendable glass will feature curved displays on phones. When is this technology going to be implemented and hit the market?
Nadia Fonseca's curator insight, October 12, 2013 1:02 AM

Just waiting ... Coming Soon , that sounds amazing :p !!

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Apple Selling Twice As Many iPhone 5S Handsets Compared To iPhone 5C

Apple Selling Twice As Many iPhone 5S Handsets Compared To iPhone 5C | grade 8 math | Scoop.it
The post Apple Selling Twice As Many iPhone 5S Handsets Compared To iPhone 5C appeared first on Geeky Gadgets.

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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, October 14, 2013 3:13 PM

Is Apple failing on the low end? Have to admit it's hard having a brand appealing to all.

Renton Robinson's curator insight, October 26, 2013 11:03 PM

It's always the case right? We want what is more expensive ;)

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What is the real cost of your online attention? – Tom Chatfield – Aeon

What is the real cost of your online attention? – Tom Chatfield – Aeon | grade 8 math | Scoop.it
It costs nothing to click, respond and retweet. But what price do we pay in our relationships and our peace of mind?

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How many other things are you doing right now while you're reading this piece? Are you also checking your email, glancing at your Twitter feed, and updating your Facebook page? What five years ago David Foster Wallace labelled ‘Total Noise’ — ‘the seething static of every particular thing and experience, and one’s total freedom of infinite choice about what to choose to attend to’ — is today just part of the texture of living on a planet that will, by next year, boast one mobile phone for each of its seven billion inhabitants. We are all amateur attention economists, hoarding and bartering our moments — or watching them slip away down the cracks of a thousand YouTube clips.

If you’re using a free online service, the adage goes, you are the product. It’s an arresting line, but one that deserves putting more precisely: it’s not you, but your behavioural data and the quantifiable facts of your engagement that are constantly blended for sale, with the aggregate of every single interaction (yours included) becoming a mechanism for ever-more-finely tuning the business of attracting and retaining users.


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Transforming Students' (and Parents') Mathematical Perspectives in ...

Transforming Students' (and Parents') Mathematical Perspectives in ... | grade 8 math | Scoop.it
Before I started University Mathematics, I asked my A-Level Maths teacher what it would be like? He replied with the following: "It's ...
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