Current tests for Alzheimer's include expensive tests using brain PET or MRI imaging. But two studies have shown that a simple eye test can detect Alzheimer's accurately at very early stages—just by looking at subjects' retinas. Read more...
We've got a twofer this week, folks. As that lead shot up there suggests, we'll be revisiting the Retina display MacBook Pro -- the 13-inch version, to be exact. And then, past the break, we'll also give you a mini-review of Sony's SRS-BTX300...
A group of Oxford University scientists have accidentally created a new display technology -- one that could enable a new era of smart glasses, bendable displays and even artificial retinas. The team refers to its discovery as 'nano-pixels;' it's a...
I'm not all Annie about this–the sun will come out tomorrow and burn my retinas–but I am reaching for the idea that being depressed and hopeless maybe doesn't mean there's no hope. read more
The Retina displays featured on Apple's iPhone 4 and 5 models pack a pixel density of 326 ppi, with individual pixels measuring 78 micrometers. That might seem plenty good enough given the average human eye is unable to differentiate...Show More Summary
Intel's line of 14-nanometer Broadwell chips, which are expected to be included in future versions of the MacBook Air, Retina MacBook Pro, and iMac, have been further delayed, reports Chinese site VR Zone [Google Translate] (via CPUShow More Summary
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The retina is a complex and fragile piece of equipment, but without it, the world would be completely dark. With a number of diseases that can erode the delicate tissue and little that conventional medicine can do to fix it, researchers have explored the three major cutting-edge medical approaches: computerized […]
While watching World Cup games, we’ve had plenty of World Cup TV commercials burned into our retinas after repeated viewing. Some of them have been great (here’s our top 10 best World Cup commercials). But not all of them have … Continue reading ? 7 Worst TV Commercials Of The 2014 World Cup [VIDEO] is a post from World Soccer Talk.
Imagine feeling a slimy jellyfish, a prickly cactus or map directions on your iPad Mini retina display, because that's where tactile technology is headed. But you'll need more than just an index finger to feel your way around. New research...Show More Summary
The NFL has banned non-standard facemasks for 2014. Chris Canty, who suffered a detached retina in 2005, wears a non-standard facemask and a dark visor for added protection.
Chris Canty’s not doing it for fashion. The Ravens defensive lineman has been wearing a modified facemask with an eye shield since he suffered a detached retina in 2005, and he hopes to continue, so he can continue to play. “Not sure what the memo or new policy is, but it’s simple for me,” Canty…
By CRACKED Staff Published: June 30th, 2014 Occasionally you will stumble across art so powerful, so blisteringly glorious, that it sears itself into your retinas and stays with you long after you look away, like looking directly into the sun. It reminds you that even if the rest of your life
The retina of any sighted person can detect a flicker of flame or the glow of a TV screen. But when light rises above 780 nanometers or falls below 380 nm along the electromagnetic spectrum, it becomes imperceptible to the naked eye -- and potentially dangerous with enough intensity. Show More Summary
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(Photo via Getty) Just when we were getting used to having Tatsuya Kawajiri around in the UFC, the Japanese veteran has been sidelined with a detached retina. Kawajiri suffered the injury to his left eye during a recent sparring session, and his date of return is uncertain. Show More Summary
The Kansas City Royals’ hot dog trial has one fan named John Coomer claiming he was injured by a flying wiener tossed by the team mascot Sluggerrr. Mr. Coomer suffered from two injuries, including a detached retina, and is seeking cash compensation in excess of $20,000 in his lawsuit. In a related report by The
Tatsuya Kawajiri, a 36-year-old featherweight, Japanese MMA champion and veteran of several MMA promotions, is out indefinitely with a detached retina in his left eye, according to a report published Wednesday. It is the third time Kawajiri...Show More Summary
Bad news for "Crusher" fans. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight Tatsuya Kawajiri (33-8-2) has suffered a detached retina and has been pulled from active competition "indefinitely," according to a report from MMA Fighting. Show More Summary