Wi-fi Router, better be far away from children and pregnant

It is not seen, but a study of Ob/GYN Center indicates that magnetic fields can affect the health of unborn children, that 68% could suffer obesity problems.

The wi-fi utility we know it all. Fast and wireless connections above all, without the need of cables, plugs and several limitations.

A little less is know about side effects to health: the risks for adults are almost zero, but, as it maintains the Codacons of Italy (Association for the defense of the environment and the rights of users and consumers) in the light of a Californian study published in Nature completo Scientific Reports, for babies not born yet the situation is different.

According to this research, the exposure in the womb to relatively strong magnetic fields, such as those generated by a microwave or devices, wi-fi, increases the risk of obesity in children.

Scientists stand out in particular that, if the exposure is high, the risk of having an overweight child increases by 69%. The study, conducted by the Kaiser Permanente Consortium, closely followed the pregnancy of hundreds of American women, and then monitored the development of 733 of children up to the age of 13 in 33 different life phases.

The final analysis of the data revealed a directly proportional connection between exposure to electromagnetic fields and obesity levels. An alarming conclusion by Codacons which, in application of the principle of precaution and waiting for a definite part of the scientists answer, calls interrupt “the flow of devices wi-fi initiated by many cities”.

Administrations of Government that were made or are making the coverage are in fact increasingly numerous wi-fi in all the communal territory, to allow free access to the Internet as well for citizens and tourists.

A type of connection, underlines the consumers Association, which “seems to have now become a political career in the name of modernity.It is a pity that until now no one has been able to exclude the possible consequences for the health of the man, as shown by the study which has just been published.”

That is why, according to Codacons, should be prohibited unless the installation of wi-fi in the proximity of asylums, schools, public parks, hospitals, libraries and other sensitive places, frequented by children and pregnant women.women.

Movies on the Internet: the new way to watch movies

Watch movies online legally seems to be the trend that will continue the film industry in the coming years.

Movies on the Internet: the new way to watch movies
LIFESTYLE

They seem too distant those days when the only option to see a good movie at home was to go to thenearest video club and rent it . The VHS were our most precious object and allow enjoy films in complete comfort.

Then came the DVDs, which helped expand the supply and improve the quality of the films . But at the same time, piracy rates rose and the industry began to lose money.

Today, movie studios strive to create new strategies on the one hand, adapt to new times and otherwise generate profits. Meet some of his actions:

Warner Bros can rent movies on Facebook

Warner Bros decided to compete with YouTube and Google and will allow Facebook users fromrenting movies thanks to an app that Warner will release there.

The main tool to rent the movies are Facebook Credits, which allow you to buy things without using third party services like Paypal and thus pay rent movies.

of course, Faceebook will keep a percentage of revenue, to be a beneficial deal for both parties.

what is known is that the value to rent a film is 30 credits. The user can see for 48 hours as often asdesired. The first film available will be Batman, The Dark Knight.

According to Warner the idea seeks to expand the space of the company regarding the digital distribution of content and also reduce piracy.

At the moment the service is only available for users of EU but eventually reach other countries.

 Project Free TV offers HD movies for free

Sony launches “My Daily Clip”

If Warner Bross use Facebook to rent movies, Sony Pictures will not be left behind. The studio is launching a new app for the iPad and iPhone called “My Daily Clip” which gives users a clip from the library of Sony to enjoy every day.

The clips will not only be available for viewing on the app, too for social networks with links to many outlets to buy on iTunes.

According to Sony, it is not impossible that other studies begin to distribute their content via apps like these.

AnyClip

Another ideal for movie buffs who do not want to see a whole movie, but only a specific part. Page

This is AnyClips, a company that specializes in the digitization of films and created a database. By entering you can search for exact phrases, exact moments half a minute or a minute into the film with the advantage not to download it from the Internet or anything.

Everything is absolutely legal, because there are several studies that have provided licenses. One that has made alliance with AnyClip is Universal.