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One type of brain training may reduce dementia risk-6169

One type of brain training may reduce dementia risk

Cognitive training to improve the brain's processing speed has been shown to provide benefits up to 10 years later, according to Indiana University School of Medicine researchers.

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Smiley face emoji creates negative impression in work-related emails-6159

Smiley face emoji creates negative impression in work-related emails

A smiley face emoji and similar emoticons included in work-related e-mails may not create a positive impression and could even undermine information sharing, according to a study published in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science.

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TechTalk: What is a smart city?-6152

TechTalk: What is a smart city?

In the July 30 issue of Research Review, we defined Internet of things.

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TechTalk: Brain-training audiogame helps those with hearing loss-6136

TechTalk: Brain-training audiogame helps those with hearing loss

Older adults with hearing loss can triple their understanding of words in noisy situations by training on a specially designed audiogame, according to researchers from Massachusetts Eye and Ear in Boston.

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TechTalk: Automation in daily life: worry and enthusiasm-6128

TechTalk: Automation in daily life: worry and enthusiasm

Although many people are worried about new developments in automation, some are enthusiastic about at least two trends that relate to older adults, according to a new survey from the Pew Research Center.

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TechTalk: What is bloatware?-6118

TechTalk: What is bloatware?

Bloatware (or "crapware," as PC Magazine calls it) generally refers to software (one or more programs) that takes so many resources to run that it slows your computer down significantly or brings it to a halt.

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