It's iPads for MPs as they demand entertainment to keep them awake



Teenager 'took selfies as she had sex with dog in her grandma's house' for over 5 years!

Teenager ‘took selfies as she had sex with dog in her grandma’s house’ for over 5 years!

Teenager ‘took selfies as she had sex with dog in her grandma’s house’ for over 5 years!

Ashley Miller reportedly kept the ‘puppy porn’ pictures featuring her pit bull in a folder on her mobile phone .
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Meet the world's weirdest creature with a four-headed genitalia and spikes on its tongue

Meet the world’s weirdest creature with a four-headed genitalia and spikes on its tongue

Meet the world’s weirdest creature with a four-headed genitalia and spikes on its tongue

The long-beaked echidna has the snout of an anteater and spines of a porcupine and some deeply, deeply weird genitalia
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Mum living in terror after discovering 'world's most venomous spider nest' on her bananas

Mum living in terror after discovering ‘world’s most venomous spider nest’ on her bananas

Mum living in terror after discovering ‘world’s most venomous spider nest’ on her bananas

A young mum is living in fear after discovering what she thinks is a nest belonging to one of the world’s deadliest spiders.
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North Korea leader Kim Jong-un claims to have cured Aids, Ebola, Sars and Mers with single 'miracle drug'

North Korea leader Kim Jong-un claims to have cured Aids, Ebola, Sars and Mers with single ‘miracle drug’

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North Korean officials said scientists had developed Kumdang-2 from ginseng and other ingredients – which they chose not to reveal
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Man 'has sex with dog to get revenge on wife for giving it too much attention'

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Jonathan Edward Medley’s wife thought he was having an affair with another woman – until she caught him on film, police said
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Brothel offers free sex in tax protest

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A brothel is offering customers free sex in a summer-long protest over what its owner sees as punitive tax payments.
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It's not you, iCloud is down right now



If you’re facing issues with iCloud, you’re not the only one, as several users on Twitter and Reddit are reporting that they are unable to access the service.

The issue seems to be infrastructure-related, with users encountering “server time out” errors after entering their credentials. IsItDownRightNow shows that the service is currently suffering an outage. Apple’s own support system is also listing that iCloud-based services — including iCloud Account & Sign In, iCloud Backup, iCloud Drive, iCloud Keychain, iCloud Mail, iMovie Theater, Photos and iWork for iCloud beta — may be slow for some users.

Source: Twitter, Reddit




It's now easier to manage files on an iPad or iPhone



It is a fact that the iPad is fast becoming a laptop-replacement device for many users, primarily for productivity tasks—such as emails and documents. And users aren’t entirely averse to using the iPhone too to quickly edit a document, particularly with the bigger screen size of the iPhone 6 Plus. But, unlike a Windows computer or an Android tablet, Apple’s smartphone operating system doesn’t let users access files in a typical folder structure. This makes it tough if you want to continue working on that document on another device.

Some new-age file managers for the iPhone and iPad not only make it easy to access documents and files, but also offer value-adds such as closer integration with cloud-storage services, enabling file-sharing.

There are three apps which can be downloaded from the Apple App Store directly on to an iOS device.

Documents 5

By Readdle

Free

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This is a free app that allows files stored on the iOS device to be copied, moved and renamed. Users can also mark certain files as favourites, enabling quick access in a separate folder. The app supports Office document formats (iWork, Microsoft Office and PDF) and can search within documents for a particular word or phrase. It supports cloud-storage services too—Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, Box and SugarSync. The built-in media player supports most of the popular music and video formats, which is a plus point given that iOS supports very few media files. Colourful icons and easy-to-read text make this app convenient to use.

FileBrowser

By Stratospherix

$5.99 (around Rs.380)

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The rich functionality of this app makes it useful for power users. Along with basic file management options such as access, copy and delete, FileBrowser allows remote access to files on other computers and Network-attached storage (NAS), with complete control of two-way copy, uploading, editing, deleting and streaming. The app can stream media files on the home network. It is Apple AirPlay enabled as well—if you have an Apple TV streaming box connected to your TV, you can stream videos and enjoy them on the big screen. Usually, the audio-streaming support extends to FLAC high-definition audio files too. The interface is simple. The app also supports Apple’s Touch ID biometric sensor (available in iPhone 5s and later), which makes it mandatory to authenticate user identity via a fingerprint scan before data can be accessed.

FileExplorer

By Steven Zhang

$4.99

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This application ticks all the correct boxes for an iOS file manager—it gives access to remote computers, file servers and NAS and provides access to cloud-storage accounts. FileExplorer lets users see and work on files stored in the iPhone or iPad’s storage, and has wide support for document, image and video-file formats, including PDFs. This app is meant for professionals who need to regularly access data stored on a variety of devices across the network. It supports Windows, Mac OS X and Linux computers, Apple’s Time Capsule storage and NAS servers. The cloud-storage services available include Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and Box. The extremely robust integrated media player supports HD video files (up to 720p resolution) in all the usual formats, including MOV, MP4, M4V,MPV, AVI, XVID, MKV, RMVB, WMV and FLV. Users can also set a password to prevent unauthorized access to their files and data.




MedCAD releases Version 2 of it's revolutionary surgical planning …



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With Version 2 of MedCAD’s AccuPlan™, orthognathic surgery planning is more convenient and feature-filled than ever

Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) February 03, 2014

MedCAD is proud to announce the release of their latest update of the AccuPlan™ app, the most powerful surgical planning tool yet. 

Version 2 provides more effective tools with enhanced controls, landmark tables, and soft tissue profile prediction. Surgeons are enabled with the full functionality needed to perform maxillofacial surgery without the cost and hassle of other software tools. MedCAD biomedical engineers do all the heavy lifting preparing the digital model surgery and, through cloud computing, the prepared case is saved on the surgeon’s iPad, leaving them to adjust, approve and order splints, simply.

“Never before have surgeons been able to do complete surgical planning using a tool with such intuitive simplicity and show a patient their procedure with such clarity,”  Nancy Hairston, president of MedCAD, said.

The app provides planning and case management all in one place and ready to use anytime. Scheduling of phone calls or meetings during a busy day will become the exception rather than the rule. Unlike similar surgical planning software on the market, AccuPlan™ is easy to use and therefore does not interfere with the surgeon’s hectic schedule.

MedCAD specializes in custom surgical planning and custom cranial implant design and fabrication for orthognathic and neurosurgical cases. The AccuPlan™ V.2 app is a natural extension of the efficient, medically-accurate and highly-detailed work MedCAD provides its surgeons every day.

iPad app AccuPlan™ V.2 is now available as a free download in the Apple app store.

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If you would like further information on AccuPlan™ V.2, or you would like to schedule an interview, please contact:
Olivia Lueckemeyer, Marketing, MedCAD
Phone: (970)-497-6667
Email: Olivia(at)MedCAD(dot)net

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