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Oculus VR Touch Controllers Coming with Little Delay in Second Half of 2016

Oculus VR Touch Controllers Coming with Little Delay in Second Half of 2016

We have a bit bad news for those who have been waiting since long time for Oculus VR hand Touch Controllers. Sometimes it happens that for things we have been waiting for long time, make us wait for even more, especially for hardware creators for whom this seems to be an ugly reality. All those people, who really want to be fully immerse in the virtual reality this year waving their hands around in the air to control whatever it is they are staring at in your giant, will have to wait little longer for VR headset.

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New York Woman Escapes DUI Charges as she suffers from Auto-Brewery Syndrome

New York Woman Escapes DUI Charges as she suffers from Auto-Brewery Syndrome

A New York woman was charged with DWI in October 2014 but now she is free of all the charges after it was found that the woman was not drunk, rather she was suffering from Auto-Brewery Syndrome (ABS).

Reports of the US News and World on December 31 said, “The excuse may sound bogus, but elected Hamburg town Judge Walter Rooth found the woman’s claim compelling after she spent $7,000 working with a specialist to show her body sometimes meets the legal definition of drunkenness without actual alcohol intake”.

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Bay Area Air Quality Management District Issues ‘Spare the Air’ Alert for Entire Bay Area

Bay Area Air Quality Management District Issues ‘Spare the Air’ Alert for Entire Bay Area

The Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) has issued a Spare the Air Alert for the entire Bay Area on Saturday. It is the first Spare the Air Day declaration of the season by the BAAQMD.

The declaration made by officials means people will not be allowed to burn wood inside or outdoors for at least 24 hours, starting from midnight Saturday to midnight Sunday.

The first offenders caught using their fireplace, wood or pellet stove, outdoor fire pit or other wood-burning device will have to pay a fine of $100 or they will have to take a wood-smoke-awareness class.

William Ackman's Pershing Square trims stake in Valeant by selling 5 million shares

William Ackman's Pershing Square trims stake in Valeant by selling 5 million shares

A major change announced was made by William Ackman’s Pershing Square Capital Management LP that it has shed its stake in Valeant Pharmaceuticals International to 8.5% owing to tax planning reasons. The decision is said to be shocking as Ackman has rigorously defended his investment worth multimillion dollar in the company.

The announcement by Pershing Square came exactly after a month when the fund unveiled that it has increased its Valeant stake to 9.9%. The increased-stake decision was taken to derive advantage of the beaten-down market for the stock.

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AT&T acquires specific software assets along with some staff of Carrier IQ

AT&T acquires specific software assets along with some staff of Carrier IQ

AT&T has announced that it has acquired the rights to Carrier IQ’s software and some CIQ employees have also been moved to AT&T. Carrier IQ appears to have shut down, which came under scrutiny in 2011 as people came to know about its practices of getting hold of the user data on more than 140 million mobile devices.

AT&T has signed on as a customer years ago to access the CIQ software across phones in its network with a purpose to troubleshoot wireless quality for its customers. The company spokesman said that today also it is the similar case.

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Manned Mars Mission: NASA Designing Systems to Take Humans to Deep Space

Manned Mars Mission: NASA Designing Systems to Take Humans to Deep Space

About one-and-half decade from today, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) may send astronauts to Mars. Now, the space agency of the United States has revealed that it is currently designing systems to take astronauts to the Red Planet and further into the solar system that humans have ever been before.

Fructose might fuel growth of cancer: Study

Fructose might fuel growth of cancer: Study

Fructose, a type of sugar, may be blamed for fueling the growth of cancer, finds a new research. The research paper published in the journal Cancer Research has shown a possible mechanism as to how it works.

People who consume more sugar are at an increased risk to suffer from cancer, especially breast cancer. Study researcher Lorenzo Cohen of the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center said, “A lot of patients are told it doesn't matter what you eat after you are diagnosed with cancer. This preliminary animal research suggests that it does matter”.

Conditions at Chipotle Getting Worse with Number of Illness Cases Reaching 80 in Boston

Conditions at Chipotle Getting Worse with Number of Illness Cases Reaching 80 in Boston

Conditions at Chipotle Mexican Grill are getting worse with the release of the new update leading to closure of the Chipotle restaurant near Boston after illness case of 80 students. On Tuesday, the number of illness cases at Chipotle have increased to 80, the worst part is at the time when the restaurant chain is already struggling with an E. coli outbreak. People in nine different states have been infected with the E. coli outbreak that hit the Chipotle restaurant chain.

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