Nicotine in electronic cigarettes may be responsible for turning teens into regular smokers and vapers.
Researchers surveyed 181 high school students from Los Angeles who vaped. Those who used e-cigs with higher nicotine concentrations were more likely to keep smoking e-cigs and regular tobacco cigarettes later on, according to a study published today in JAMA Pediatrics.
Studies have shown that young people who vape are more likely to pick up the smoking habit, but why this happens isn’t entirely clear. Today’s study shows that nicotine concentrations may play a role.a “major public health concern”
E-cigs have been on the market for about a decade, and are increasingly popular — especially among teenagers. More than 2 million middle...
Netflix today said it was raising a very large lump of debt for the typical laundry list of uses that you’ll find in a filing with the SEC — though, the timing comes as its content costs may hit as much as $8 billion next year. The announcement comes off a strong earnings report last week, where Netflix once again beat expectations for its subscriber growth. The company also said… Read More
Martenero has been selling American-made customizable mechanical watches for under a $1,000 a few years now, and it’s back with a new design at its cheapest price yet.
Its latest timepiece is the Kerrison, a 42mm watch powered by a Miyota 9015 movement. It features a 316L stainless steel casing, sapphire crystal on the front and back, 42-hour power reserve, and a leather strap. And for the first time, Martenero is using Kickstarter to fund its development.Photo: Martenero
The Kerrison will also come in four different colorways — white and blue; white and silver; dark blue; and black and dark blue — and three different leather straps are available as well. Usually Martenero’s watches start at around $600, but the...
Media outlets in Slovakia, Sri Lanka, Serbia, Bolivia, Guatemala and Cambodia are going through a rough week – and they have nobody but Facebook to blame for the headache. A new Facebook news feed experiment is purportedly causing a huge decrease in organic traffic to news outlets in the aforementioned countries. Last Thursday, the social media giant brought its Explore Feed feature to desktop, but it turns out it didn’t have the best impact on news sites, to put it lightly. Outlets are reporting Facebook interactions (i.e. likes, comments, shares) have sunk nearly four times since the company updated the…
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Tim Lindquist is an undergrad at Iowa State University and, if you’re into classic gaming, might just be the man of your dreams. His super-cool Nintimdo RP project is a 3D-printed case for a Raspberry Pi that is designed to simulated the size and shape of a Nintendo Switch without all those silly modern gaming advances. In fact, the Nintimdo RP is dedicated to playing classic games.… Read More
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As essential as it is to have a pair of high-quality, over-ear headphones to tune out the world, it’s just as essential to have earbuds that pack anywhere and don’t get in your way when you’re working out or on the go. Unfortunately, even some of the best Bluetooth buds out there still aren’t wire-free, which can make for a super frustrating listening experience.
It looks like 1Voice has figured it out, though. Their Bluetooth, 100% wire-free earbuds eliminate wires completely. They’re ergonomically designed to be some of the smallest, most lightweight earbuds you can find, so they’re as out-of-the-way as it gets for something that sits in your ear. Read more...More about Earbuds, Bluetooth, Airpods, Mashable Shopping, and Shopping Stackcommerce
Microsoft is extending its Xbox One X Enhanced program to existing Xbox 360 games. IGN reports that four Xbox 360 games will include enhancements specifically for the new Xbox One X console when it launches on November 7th. Halo 3, Assassin's Creed, Fallout 3, and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion will all include tweaks that push the on-screen pixels to nine times more. Some games also have 10-bit color depth instead of 8-bit, and even HDR support.
Microsoft is using the Xbox One X Enhanced program to tag games with an “Enhanced” logo, which indicates the titles optimized for the new console. This doesn’t necessarily mean that 4K and HDR have been added, as there are separate logos for those features, but Enhanced means the game will run...