January 21, 2015

Microsoft launch Windows 10 and the HoloLens-
Microsoft reveals the HoloLens holographic headset that will project the new Windows 10 OS over views of the real world. Windows 10 will also introduce its voice-controlled assistant Cortana to PCs. The OS upgrade will be offered free of charge for devices running Windows 8, Windows 7 and Windows Phone in its first year of release. The Internet Explorer web browser will be replaced by a new program codenamed Project Spartan.
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Most dangerous sexual position –
Researchers in Brazil report that the woman-on-top position during intercourse is responsible for half of all penile fractures sustained during sex in cases recorded at three hospitals. Positions involving the woman on all fours was involved in 29 per cent of fractures and the safest position in the bedroom is the man-on-top ‘missionary position’. See List of the Day below.

No s**t Sherlock –
Australia’s National Rugby League has apologised after publishing players’ favourite swear words on its website. Shaun Johnson, Kurt Gidley and Sam Thaiday were among those asked to reveal their chosen profanities as part of their player profiles, but they were quickly removed.
Shaun Johnson 2013 (cropped)Shaun Johnson

Liam Neeson criticised by gun company –
PARA USA the firearms company that provided the guns for Liam Neeson’s movie Taken 3 has said they have “regrets” about working with him after he said that there are “too many… guns out there, especially in America.” The company will cut ties with the Taken franchise and recommended other companies to do the same. Leeson also said the gun problem was not connected to Hollywood’s action movies.
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Madonna hacking arrest –
An Israeli man who appeared on one of the country’s talent shows has been arrested on suspicion of hacking into singer Madonna’s computers and selling unreleased songs online. Madonna had to release some new songs early in December 2014 after demos from her new album Rebel Heart were discovered online.
Madonna à Nice 17 edit

Shazam worth $1 billion-
Shazam, the mobile music recognition service, has raised $30m in a funding round that pushes its valuation to $1bn. The $30m investment takes equity raised to $125m over the past eight years, during which its revenue has risen from £2.5m in 2007 to £31m in 2013. But the company has not made a profit in that period and in 2013 it lost £2m.

Video of the Day –

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X Factor Winner Marlisa Sings Ed Sheeran’s Thinking Out Loud

List of the day –

Causes of penile fracture (Advances in Urology)


Variables Years (range)

Age 34.5 (18–60)

Mechanism of trauma (%)

Sexual intercourse* 32 (76.2)
 Woman on top# 14 (50)
 “Doggy style”# 8 (28.6)
 Man on top# 6 (21.4)
Penile manipulation 6 (14.3)
Unclear 4 (9.5)

Clinical findings (%)

Pain 38 (90.5)
Swelling 19 (45.2)
Cracking sound 21 (50)
Detumescence 34 (80.9)
Hematoma 39 (92.8)
Urethral bleeding 5 (11.9)

Long-term outcomes Follow-up: 59.3 m (9–155)

Erectile dysfunction 2 (4.8)
Significant penile deviation 0
Voiding dysfunction 0

Counting hetero- and homosexual intercourse cases (28 and 4, resp.).
#Among heterosexual intercourse cases ().

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