Can you REALLY be allergic to WiFi?

Can you REALLY be allergic to WiFi?

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Yahoo today reported that an increasing number of people are claiming to have Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (or EHS), which means that they are experiencing headaches, muscle spasms, burning skin and chronic pain due to over-exposure to mobile phones and wireless internet.

Now we’ve all heard of “cell phone radiation”, but is it really a threat to our health?

Various spokespeople and organizations have claimed that these symptoms are real, but apparently The World Health Organization set the record straight:

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September 20, 2011

10 for 2010: Google stories that mattered

10 for 2010: Google stories that mattered

By Joe Wilcox, Betanews

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My second set of year-in-review retrospectives is 10 stories in disguise. The number is closer to 20, because I combined together the 7-part Chrome OS laptop review series into one. While I wrote fewer stories about Google than Microsoft, I found this list harder to create than the first one — “10 for 2010: Microsoft stories that mattered.”

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December 29, 2010

Motorola sues Apple, claiming infringement of 18 patents


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By Ed Oswald, Betanews

Motorola subsidiary Motorola Mobility sued Apple on Wednesday, claiming the Cupertino company infringed on 18 patents it holds covering a range of wireless technologies. The suit was filed in two US District courts: one in the Northern District of Illinois and the other in the Southern District of Florida.

Among the technologies covered are those related to GPRS and 3G, as well as 802.11 wireless Internet. Other functions that the patents cover include technologies which have become staples of the iPhone including multi-device synchronization, proximity sensors, and location based services.

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October 7, 2010