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Chinese boy sells kidney for iPhone, iPad

Reuters Dawn BEIJING: Five people in southern China have been charged with intentional injury in the case of a Chinese teenager who sold a kidney so he could buy an iPhone and an iPad, the government-run Xinhua News Agency said … Continue reading

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Warning: Why You Should Avoid Using Your Laptop as Recommended

Dr. Mercola Mercola Using your laptop computer on your lap is, paradoxically, not a safe way to use it. Just as research is emerging showing that cell phones should not actually be held right next to your head (for instance, … Continue reading

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‘Forced to stand for 24 hours, suicide nets, toxin exposure and explosions’: Inside the Chinese factories making iPads for Apple

Mark Duell Daily Mail Working excessive overtime without a single day off during the week, living together in crowded dormitories and standing so long that their legs swell and they can hardly walk after a 24-hour shift. These are the … Continue reading

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Being glued to your cell is a problem, experts say

Source: LA Times Would you rather give up your toothbrush or your cellphone for an entire week? A whopping 22 percent of people said they’d forgo brushing, according to a national survey in August by TeleNav Inc., a mobile app … Continue reading

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