The major problem faced by the parents these days is to avail treatment for their children after hours. Health Minister Tony Ryall stated that the increasing and higher health costs after hours are a major problem.
It was stated by National Government that the rate of children under six who are eligible to avail free medical services have increased from 70 % in 2008 to 83 % today.
Dentists have warned the parents regarding the wrong bottle feeding habits they are using.
It was reported that the cases of children with rotten and damaged teeth has been increasing at a very fast rate and the damage caused is so intense that in most cases the teeth has to be removed.
In order to pay tribute to French author and futurist Jules Verne on his 183rd birth anniversary, Google on Tuesday posted a new interactive doodle on its home page.
The interactive doodle replaced the usual multicolor logo with a series of portholes. A near-by small joystick allowed users to navigate beneath the waves to view some sea creatures.
Google Translate, software that translates words and phrases into over 50 languages, is now available for Apple’s iPhone and iPod Touch.
Users of handsets based on Google’s Android operating system have long been using Google Translate. But, iPhone and iPod touch received it only yesterday.
Vodafone announced that it will start stockpiling the S smartphone as it will end its operations with the Carphone Warehouse who has currently stocked the smartphones. Analysts suggested that the partnership with Carphone Warehouse as experimentation with its distribution pattern.
Although Vodafone has not confirmed the availability of the handset but it is expected to hit UK stores as soon as March.
Sony Ericsson officially announced its PlayStation-branded Xperia smartphone which is based on the Google Android 2.3 'Gingerbread' OS in an ad at US Super Bowl final, last night.
Xperia Play, the first mobile device that is in accordance with the PlayStation Suite certification.