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SafariCacheExplorer

Retrieve an image, video, sound or style sheet from your Safari cache.

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Glycogen Loading

Learn about a key to full muscle recuperation from intense exercise.

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Quick Recovery for Windows

Recover your lost and damaged files from various data storage media.

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Recair heat recovery

This app provides all the import calculations and results for the different Recair Recuperators. You can also find information and videos about...

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Diamond Adventure

Play an interesting adventure game for free.

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Stars Conquer

Build your base construction, train your troops and battle with thousands of other players online.

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Restore Deleted Photos Apps

Fast and successful to Restore Deleted Photos and Restore deleted everything app

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iDown

iDown is the perfect App that frees you to feel secure when you are alone: walking alone from the office to your car while traveling alone or...

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Irish Culchie Exam

Test your Irishness with this cutting edge technology from Grey Horse Apps. Whether you are recuperating after a long night in Clare, left the...

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A Wheelchair Uncle Grandpa Falling Escape - Angry Old Man Survival Drop Down Gravity Craze

Poor grandpa needs assistance in his wheelchair.Help him avoid falling as he recuperates from illnessHow to play:Tap PLAY to startTap the screen to...

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Dogs may pick up on emotions like you do, science says

Brain scans show that dogs are dying for a beer and secretly wish they were with Scarlett Johansson or Channing Tatum. Or, more precisely, that they react emotionally to sound, in very similar ways to humans.

By February 21, 2014

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One-eyed Sir Stuffington becomes new Internet cat star

An injured kitten picked up by a shelter gets another shot at life, and due to a pirate-themed picture going viral, the feline could become the next big Internet hit.

By September 23, 2013

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Tragedy to tricorder: We meet the inventor of Scanadu

We discover how the man developing a Star Trek-style medical tricorder for your smart phone turned personal tragedy into a lifesaver.

By June 11, 2013

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Scientists help paralyzed rats walk by 'waking up' spinal cords

A five-year study out of the University of Zurich and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology demonstrates that a simple chemical cocktail can revive the "innate intelligence" of the spinal column in rats.

By June 4, 2012

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Where electronics go to die, responsibly

CNET tours an e-waste recycling center that disassembles electronics on site for downstream recycling to ensure that e-waste is handled responsibly and personal data is destroyed.

By May 13, 2011

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Brain network scanning may predict injury's effects

Resting-state functional connectivity, originally developed to study brain organization, also reveals the health or damage of brain networks, according to neurologists at Washington University.

By March 23, 2010

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Key Intel executive suffers stroke

Sean Maloney, one of the chipmaker's highest-ranking executives, suffers a stroke and will take a leave of absence.

By March 1, 2010

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Steve Jobs discloses 'hormone imbalance'

Apple's CEO issues a statement on a medical condition that he says has been "robbing" his body of needed proteins.

By January 5, 2009

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On eve of Macworld, Jobs talks health

Apple's CEO says he's dealing with a hormone imbalance and chose to spend the holiday season with his family rather than "intensely prepare" a keynote address.

By January 5, 2009

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Invasion of the robots

Machines that can perform tasks usually reserved for humans are finally starting to creep into mainstream society and could become a multibillion-dollar market in a few years.

March 10, 2004