Now here is an interesting method that could come in handy down the road, especially when it concerns the blood sugar levels of us humans. After all, scientists have managed to successfully test out using a remote control to lower the blood sugar levels – albeit in mice, of course, as human trials have yet to be determined or conducted even. Assuming the research goes as planned, this might mean that sufferers of type 1 diabetes who regularly are required to inject themselves with insulin so that their blood sugar levels are regulated, no longer need to do so.
LG has confirmed that it will present a large line of televisions that are powered by WebOS 2.0 at the upcoming CES 2015 show which starts on January 5 when news are concerned. LG promised this update during the summer. LG’s initial unveiling of Web OS for television was quite successful (8M units shipped), and it was one of the hottest TV-related product of the show, and certainly the most exciting software for TV in 2014. LG acquired the technology from HP, which bought WebOS along with Palm, before cancelling WebOS devices and writing-off $3.3B. Read full post →WebOS 2.0 Update For LG 2015 TVs