Workout regimens are also longer-term commitments that don t produce results overnight, so how does hitting the body with a splash of cold manage to do the same thing?This leaves a vacuum of heat that leads to cold.The body doesn t have to be at freezing levels to get the effect in the tissue because the brain will already be activated between 41 and 59 degrees Fahrenheit 5-15 degrees Celsius .The mild process of cooling is designed not to be aggressive in attacking the body with a temperature change.You can even sleep with it on.Wearing it during workouts isn t advised because of profuse sweat seeping into the circuitry.
Loaded: 0%Progress: 0%00:00The ScenePlayMute00:00Current Time 0:00/Duration Time 0:00FullscreenNeed TextNo compatible source was found for this video.Advertisement 0:30"Bulletproof", you say?Ars accepts Nonda's challengeshareplaysaveI am a skip button.WHOOPS!The standout feature, Nonda PR says, is the set of Kevlar reinforcements that run through the cable s core, strengthening it and in theory preventing it from tearing or breaking on repeated bending.The marketing song and dance about the "Kevlar" cable and the whole "What does our cable have in common with bulletproof vests?"One magazine of twenty 5.7x28mm rounds was sufficient to disassociate it into component bits.
Stories: 1-5Google s I/O developer conference keynote has come and gone, revealing the internet titan has more than just a few slick tricks up its sleeve.Highlights from the massively well-attended event include the announcement of a VR program Google has developed called Daydream.A wearable that lowers the temperature when pressed on the skin to help the body burn more calories and, in the process, cut more fat out of those problem areas?Earlier this month, both Hulu and YouTube announced plans within days of each other to launch live-streaming internet TV services in 2017.While this might have seemed an odd move for YouTube, it almost seemed a given for Hulu, given that three of the companies expected to be licensing content to the new service are also co-owners of the streamer.Swan Solutions decided to take the idea of specialized knocks and apply it to everything in your house.
Late Monday, Ted Sarandos, Netflix s chief content officer, touted some of what the online video-streaming giant has in store for the upcoming summer months.In a blog post, Sarandos suggested the company is doubling down on some of its big-name releases, with the first three of the original Jurassic Park movies coming to Netflix on June 1.For those looking for a hit of 80s-era nostalgia, Back to the Future and Lethal Weapon will arrive on Netflix in July, too.Sarandos also highlighted some new original movies and shows from Netflix that will make their debut in the summer months, including the movies The Fundamentals of Caring and Tallulah, which arrive in July, and the animated film The Little Prince, which comes online in August.All of this leads up to one of the biggest gets in Netflix s history: The previously announced Disney deal.Beginning in September, Netflix will be the exclusive U.S. pay TV site for the movies of Disney, Pixar, Lucasfilm and Marvel.Theoretically, because Sarandos didn t give much in the way of details about what Disney-related titles will hit the Netflix servers in September.The deal with Disney is pretty wide-ranging, but Netflix appears to be playing it close to the vest on the debut dates for any films that are part of the arrangement with Disney.In other words: Don t hold your breath for Star Wars, but do keep your fingers crossed.And if you can t wait until June for Netflix s summer slate to arrive, there is some good news.The second season of the Netflix drama Bloodline, starring Kyle Chandler aka Coach Taylor from Friday Night Lights , premieres on Friday.There is some, well, bad news, too, depending on your perspective.Sarandos said we all will be able to, ahem, enjoy The Do Over, the newest movie under Netflix s deal with Adam Sandler, beginning this Friday, too.Photo: Netflix Apple TV app.
Bound for Cairo in Egypt to the Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris, EgyptAir s Flight MS804 lost contact with the aviation authorities on 11 pm this Wednesday, 10 miles into Egyptian airspace.It disappeared from the radar at a height of 37,000 feet, and with nothing but speculation to guide their search, the authorities began a gruesome expedition to track the fate of the missing airplane.Two Iraqis, one Briton, one Belgian, one Sudanese, one Chadian, one Portuguese, one Algerian, one Canadian, one Kuwaiti and one Saudi were also on board.It has been stated that the plane had been properly checked before takeoff, and a mechanical failure scenario is highly unlikely, and with reports of automatic messages transmitted by the plane detecting smoke in the cabin just moments before the crash, the horror of a terrorist attack seems more and more probable.Initial searches have revealed debris and personal belongings from the aircraft about 180 miles north of Alexandria.After the chain of events that have forced the world populace to doubt the security of Egyptian air travel, including a recent hijack on an EgyptAir flight by a man wearing a fake explosive vest, the government will certainly have a hard time convincing the people of secure air travel opportunities.
File photo - Bill Nye attends The National Board of Review Gala, held to honor the 2015 award winners, in the Manhattan borough of New York Jan. 5, 2016.Nye, famous for his TV show Bill Nye the Science Guy spoke to FoxNews.com from Washington D.C., where the national winners of ExploraVision, the world s largest K-12 science competition, were being honored.Related: Lockheed Martin makes major STEM push to inspire young space innovatorsExploraVision, which is sponsored by Toshiba and administered by the National Science Teachers Association NSTA , challenges students to use scientific research for future technologies.Nye used the example of Rothesay Netherwood School in New Brunswick, which won the grade 7-9 award for a bulletproof vest concept that uses nanoparticles.The scientists of tomorrow will find themselves dealing with challenges around energy and climate change, according to Nye.We need to have innovation, we need to have new ideas and ways of doing things, especially with regard to renewable energy, he said.
Dell buying EMC causing goodbye to EMC stock option incentivesStock option-incentivised EMC staff could brain drain out of the company as the Dell acquisition will cash-out their stock options, de-incentivising them.This is going to lead to a mass exodus of EMC employees resulting in a massive brain-drain – both ICs and managers ...An EMC merger agreement SEC filing mentions EMC equity awards, and states:The merger agreement provides that each currently outstanding EMC stock option will vest and become fully exercisable prior to the effective time of the merger.The merger agreement provides that Denali may agree with individual award recipients to different equity treatment.An Ars Technica article covered this.An EMC spokesperson asked about this said: "The combined company will have competitive compensation and benefits programs to attract and retain the best talent in the industry.
You become completely stiff in the back. Trying to move so it can not, says Jan Herrlin. When the vest is inflated protects the neck, spine, hips and chest. The example manufacturer Helite actual use is at the crash when the driver is thrown over the bike forward. They are already quite popular in other risk sports such as horseback riding and hang gliding. It has saved the drivers at the bust runs of over 330 kilometers per hour.
It's just crazy enough to have won Tware, the Singaporean startup behind the AiraWear jacket, more than 1,000 backers and $150,000 on Kickstarter.We got our hands on the latest prototype of the AiraWear jacket, which Tware says has undergone improvements since the earlier version it showed at CES.As the vest inflates behind each accupressure point, the nub presses into your back and shoulder muscles, mimicking kneading fingers.Image: victoria ho/mashableThe hoodie pairs with an app that shows you which parts of the jacket are inflating to exert pressure.You can slider controls to adjust the intensity.The AiraWear was powerful enough to work out some painful spots along my lower back.
Ain t no party like a George Forman party, cause a George Forman party got meat.We ve found deals on two different models today: A $15 option with code IVWGRSIK with a removable stainless steel bowl and a digital cooking timer, and another barebones model for just $10 with code NVU8KPUX .Cropped Activewear Leggings, $22 Colorblocked Snake Chain Necklace, $22 Perforated Bucket Bag, $32 Soft Safari Vest, $45 Floral Printed Shift Dress, $45It s not always that you find a sale so comprehensive, it takes multiple tabs in your browser just to make sure you ve covered it all.The Limited is having one of those sales.This month though, if you buy five select items, you can get that fee waived.Click here to learn more, and don t forget to sign up for our email newsletter.
GIFThe Eiffel Tower is the most famous and one of the most heavily-guarded structures in Paris.So three Russian daredevils decided to scale it anyway, without safety equipment, while being filmed by a drone.Go big or go home, as they say.They don t appear to ever reach the very top of the tower, and midway through the Russians are definitely spotted by someone in an orange vest, presumably a guard or police officer.Regardless, piloting a flying camera near a very public structure less than a year after the Paris attacks while your friends climb it is immensely stupid and, as one of our editors pointed out, it s a wonder they weren t all shot on sight.These three men—who do this sort of thing literally all the time—have shared photos from the tops of similarly tall and inaccessible structure on their respective Instagram accounts.
Every style sports charging rings around the collar area that are designed to accommodate BauBax s Bluetooth earphones more on those in a bit , and all except the vest ship with several of BauBox s charging coins — circular pads that secure to your wrist for the purpose of powering your Android Wear smartwatch on the go Baubax says an Apple Watch-compatible model will launch later in the year.There s also an inflatable, detachable neck pillow that folds in half for storage.It s got a generous capacity of 4,000mAh, which should be enough to charge a smartphone once and features two designated slots for the BauBox earbuds.BauBox s new chino pants, jeans, and shorts pack charging tech similar to its jackets with charging rings in pant pockets big enough to fit today s largest phablets.But you can opt to add a power pack to either and thanks to receiver chips built into the wallets and wristlets, they ll charge wirelessly on a power pad.Here s a breakdown of the pricing:The sweatshirt and vest start at $140 for super early birds and go up to $160The down jacket is $150 to $170 and the bomber is $170 to $190The jeans and chino pants are $90 to $109 and the shorts are $70 to $90The wristlets and wallet, meanwhile, are $60 to $70 and $20 to $30, respectivelyThe charging pad is $30 to $40 or $50 to $60 for a dual-device chargerThe battery bank runs $50 to $60The charging coins cost $40 to $50The iPhone charging case costs $15 to $25The pocket blanket and the earphones cost $70 to $90BauBox ships to 34 countries including the United States, Canada, China, and the United Kingdom.
In part 4 of our masterclass series, our world-leading ASO authority breaks down exactly what some publishers are trying to pull off with black-hat ASO — and how to knock those fraudulent apps out out of the spot that rightfully belongs to you.Register here for free.Yelp, TripAdvisor, Google — even elections in the U.S. Machuret, who s devoted his career to testing, pushing, and breaking algorithms in the Google Play and Apple app stores, is referring to the growing black-hat ASO trend that started with the explosion of Shuabang companies across China selling app store rankings to the highest bidders.Chinese publishers are literally knocking down some of the top publishers in the world for their keywords, Machuret says.And now some of the top publishers are getting in on the act, harnessing black hat tactics to manipulate algorithms to push their apps up the charts — particularly when it comes to incentivizing downloads from search terms.When 20,000 people search for your game s keywords, it pushes your game up the trending charts.And when those 20K searches end with a download, your game gets bumped up the ranks.But Machuret isn t surprised it s become such a prevalent tactic.
Sometimes you ve just got to get a workout in, but your baby or toddler doesn t want to leave you alone.Fortunately, a lot of exercises still work with a baby in a carrier.Just think of your bundle of joy as a squirming weighted vest.Cosmopolitan highlights six exercises that work with any age baby, so long as you re comfortable with the extra weight and are sure you ve tucked the baby in securely.Then there are two more that only work for older babies and for toddlers, since the kid needs to hold their own head up in these moves.Although they bill this as a postpartum workout, the babies in the video are almost two years old.
If you re in a startup or even plan to sue one, Chaos Monkeys is the book to read.Antonio Garcia Martinez is a former physics major turned Wall Street quant turned startupper and he s an amazing writer, able to encapsulate in a few words an era of greed, avarice, and ridiculous button-down-shirt/sweater vest combos.The world in which Garcia Martinez operated wasn t pretty.His startup, AdGrok, grew out of YC and was sold to Twitter but, along the way, visited the stations of the startup cross: VC offices where he was summarily ignored, a small, stinking apartment with his co-founders, and in law offices where he fought a former boss.When he moved to Facebook his true troubles began.He learned a lot and wanted to share some of his insight.
We ve always wanted body armour to look less like a chunky Kevlar vest and more like a sleek superhero suit.The US Army wants that too, enough so that it just awarded a $100,000 £75,446 contract to a company to see if its genetically engineered spider silk can be used for body armour.Kraig Biocraft, the winner of the contract, will test its futuristic spider silk to see how well it stands up to wear and tear.The company s chief operating officer Jon Rice explained, We are going to provide them a series of different thread counts, thicknesses, construction techniques that they will test against standard material performance specifications.If all goes well and the material looks promising, the contract could be extended up to $1 million £754,467 , and the rest of us can prepare for the coolest body armour known to man.It s important to note, however, that these spider silk—or, as Kraig calls them, dragon silk —suits might not be the strongest suits known to man.
We ve always wanted body armor to look less like a chunky Kevlar vest and more like a sleek superhero suit.The Army wants that too, enough so that it just awarded a $100,000 contract to a company to see if its genetically engineered spider silk can be used for body armor.Kraig Biocraft, the winner of the contract, will test its futuristic spider silk to see how well it stands up to wear and tear.The company s chief operating officer Jon Rice explained, We are going to provide them a series of different thread counts, thicknesses, construction techniques that they will test against standard material performance specifications.If all goes well and the material looks promising, the contract could be extended up to $1 million, and the rest of us can prepare for the coolest body armor known to man.It s important to note, however, that these spider silk—or, as Kraig calls them, dragon silk —suits might not be the strongest suits known to man.
Everyone likes a good vibration — which is why recording artist Timbaland teamed up with SubPac, a Los Angeles-based startup that has created a wearable device set to redefine entertainment through new immersive physical-sound technology.Timbaland says he is on a mission to bring the feeling back he s already brought sexy back with Justin Timberlake by connecting his passion of music with technology to revolutionize the way we consume, listen to and interact with music.You re going to change the word listen to feel, says Timbaland.It s no secret that digital has disrupted the industry, but it is now being embraced in innovative ways.SubPac s immersive physical-sound technology tries to bring music to life, expanding beyond an audio concept to a full-body experience.SubPac is creating its own physical-sound category through two unique products: the SubPac M2, a wearable vest, and the SubPac S2, a seatback device.
Smartphones and tablets are being used more frequently in the battlefield, and that means that battery power is more important than ever.Soldiers often carry spare battery chargers in the 90-pound combat packs they carry into war zones, but the batteries are often lost or broken.BAE Systems wants to help lighten the load with its new system that lets soldiers plug electronics directly into their clothing.The BAE Systems Broadsword Spine is a harness that can be sewn into a soldiers vest, jacket, or belt that carries a battery pack and hides charging wires.The harness places the battery pack on the small of a soldier s back and includes eight conductive fabric conduits that can be used to connect to a USB port.The biggest advantage the harness provides is that it replaces the tangled mess of cables that soldiers typically have to deal with.
The 2016 political season has been the most fractious in living memory.This week, America s potpourri of turmoil will coalesce in Cleveland as groups from around the country come to support or protest the Republican National Convention.Capturing these confrontations will be the nation s corps of photo and video journalists.And many of them are packing protective gear—kevlar vests, helmets, gas masks—stuff that usually stays in the closet unless their assignment is a war zone.I m bringing extra gear that I normally wouldn t, including my bullet proof vest, says Timothy Fadek, a freelance photographer who works for several German publications, as well as WIRED.The vest is in addition to a ventilator mask to protect against tear gas and a skateboard helmet—just in case people start throwing rocks and bottles.