iPhone X Has the Most Colour Accurate Display Ever Tested, Claims DisplayMate

HIGHLIGHTS DisplayMate claims ‘textbook perfect calibration’ on iPhone X The iPhone X has 22 percent larger aspect ratio than traditional ratio The front glass is claimed to be 50 percent stronger than previous models While Apple is busy improving the supply of the iPhone X, a new report by DisplayMate has emerged that praises the display technology of the new iPhone model. The display calibration and testing firm claims that the OLED-based Super Retina display of the iPhone X is the “most colour accurate” display. The report developed by DisplayMate President Dr. Raymond…

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Device to detect severe neonatal illnesses tested in African countries

The neonatal period of life — the first 28 days after birth — is considered the most vulnerable of a newborns’ life, making the ability to monitor for illness or adverse health conditions significantly important. Researchers from the Center for Biomedical Innovation and Design at Johns Hopkins University found that a small device that monitors conditions quickly and easily could be a huge value in developing nations, where access to medical facilities and care can be limited. The researchers took the device, which has not been named yet, to Kenya…

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How Sunscreens Are Tested for SPF, Water Resistance aUVA Protection

            Testing, testing! The 2016 Skin Cancer Foundation Journal You stand in the drugstore, scanning the product information on 20 or 30 brands of sunscreen. SPF, broad spectrum – it all sounds very official, but how do manufacturers prove their products work to the required standard? In the latest edition of its annual journal, the Skin Cancer Foundation spells out exactly which tests the Food and Drug Administration requires of sunscreen manufacturers. Here’s the abbreviated version: Sun protection factor (SPF): This is a gauge of…

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