All smart watches really.. having wifi or Bluetooth radiation on your wrist all day, can't be all that safe for you on the long run...
Has there been any studies on effect..
Recently, critics have suggested that offering security to Android phones could turn out to be a negative for Blackberry given the fact that Android phones have 94% of the security risks on the market. There are material flaws with that logic. If Blackberry knows it is capable of enhancing security across multiple platforms, which it has been proven capable of doing, instead of running the risk of looking bad if Android continues to have 94% of the security risk on the market, Blackberry actually could end up looking great instead. If the enhanced security that Blackberry is capable of offering to Android phones significantly reduces the security risks that have plagued Android the software could actually be adopted on a mass market scale, then marketed and sold in conjunction with Smartphones around the world. Blackberry would in essence become integrated into 78% of the smart phones on the market... Google it.
So many insults in the last couple of weeks... but Mr. Chen has kept his people in line and the silence has been deafening.. I think the last comment made by Mr. Chen before the quiet time was".. we've got something big coming.." and a big smile. Maybe he knows something.
Lots of shorty clowns on this bored!
Bbry.. @ a minimum..$50 Billion company..
An over-the-counter antihistamine, chlorcyclizine HCl costs $16.98 for 30 pills when sold under the brand name Ahist
new research suggests that "the drug blocks the virus getting into cells and is different from the current hepatitis C drugs, which block viral replication," said study co-author Dr. T. Jake Liang, a senior investigator with the U.S. National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.
"...Moreover, "this drug complements the existing hepatitis C drugs and can be used in combination with them," Liang added.
The antihistamine, called chlorcyclizine HCI, costs about 50 cents per pill, in sharp contrast to recent antiviral treatments that can cure hepatitis C for the first time, but at a hefty cost of at least $8,000 per four-month regimen.....