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Other Terms: Offer/coverage not available everywhere or for all phones/networks. May not be combinable with other offers. Accounts that cancel lines within 30 days of activating on promo pricing may void savings. Restrictions apply. See store or for details. 2023 - All Rights Reserved.

Limited-time offer; subject to change. Offered by T-Mobile only to T-Mobile wireless or Home Internet customers (excluding business customers) who are residents of the 50 U.S., 18+ ("Customers"). Eligible Customers receive a 7-day free trial of Philo and $10 off/month for 12 months (regularly $25/mo) or then current monthly subscription price thereafter. Limit (1) Offer per Customer, one-time use only. Offer/discount is non-transferable, may not be resold or redeemed for cash, and may not be combined with other offers, discounts, or promotions (unless expressly permitted by Philo). Discount ends if T-Mobile account is terminated; Philo subscription automatically reverts to the current full subscription price. IMPORTANT NOTICE: Valid payment information and subscription required to redeem Offer. If you do not cancel during the applicable trial period (7-day free or 12-month discounted), you will be charged the applicable monthly amount plus taxes on a recurring basis after the trials end. Go to your Philo account page to cancel. Cancellation takes effect on the next monthly billing date (no refunds for partial billing periods). Redemption of this Offer constitutes acceptance of these Terms and all applicable Terms and Conditions, see for more details. T-Mobile reserves the right to modify this Offer at any time. Philo reserves the right to modify or cancel this Offer at any time. Void where taxed, prohibited, or restricted.

Every year around Thanksgiving we see huge savings across a wide array of products. Tech items and gadgets are always a big one too. This year Sprint is cutting the costs on almost everything or giving out free Samsung tablets.

Overall it looks like the best Sprint deals this Black Friday are the buy one get one Galaxy S7, or the free HD TV options from LG. Getting a free 4K TV just for buying one of the best phones on the market is a deal that will be hard to pass up. Then they have the exciting Parrot Swing Mini Drone at a small discount. It looks to be one of the most popular gadgets this holiday season.

I'm a freelance journalist covering technology for several outlets, both in English (Zdnet, techPresident) and Italian (La Stampa, l'Espresso, Corriere della Sera and others). I was a Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism fellow in 2013. You can find my research on journalism and content curation here. I like to write about the impact of technology on society. I'm amazed and fascinated by how our relationships, our jobs, our daily lives are now shaped by it. But technology, for me, it's just a means to an end, not an end in itself. To be clear: I don't care about the latest smartphone, unless it provides real value and improves the quality of my life. You can follow me on Twitter at @fede_guerrini and learn more about me visiting my LinkedIn. For story pitches reach me here: stories (at)

Samsung announced the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge will be available starting March 11, with preorders starting Feb. 23. Markets including the U.S. Europe and Canada will offer free Gear VR headsets with every preorder. T-Mobile and Sprint have announced the Gear VR preorder bundle will also include six games from Oculus.

T-Mobile will offer the Galaxy S7 in Black Onyx and Gold Platinum for $0 down and $27.92 monthly for 23 months with $27.83 for the final month. Full retail price of the smartphone is $669.99. The Galaxy S7 Edge will sell in Black Onyx, Silver Titanium and Gold Platinum for $0 down and $32.50 monthly for 23 months with $32.39 for the final month. Full retail price of the smartphone is $779.99. T-Mobile preorders of the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge will also come with a free year of Netflix.

The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are already available for pre-order, and those who buy the phone between now and March 18 will get a free Gear VR headset with their purchase. Sprint's prepaid brands Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile USA will also carry the new Samsung phones.

AT&T has a few different new deals, including a $300 credit if you're trading in an iPhone 7 Plus. Alternately, you can get a $200 credit when trading in some other devices. Go to or an AT&T store to find out exactly how much your trade-in is worth. The provider also has a buy-one, get-one-free deal on the iPhone 8 if you sign up or already subscribe for the company's DirecTV or U-Verse TV service.

With this deal, you can purchase a Samsung Galaxy phone on an Equipment Installment plan and then get the second for free, with the cost being covered by a prepaid MasterCard card. The promo covers all Samsung Galaxy phones, including the new Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, the Galaxy Note 5, as well as the more entry-level Galaxy J7 and Galaxy Grand Prime.

First of all download the stock firmware for your Samsung Galaxy S7(G930P - Sprint) from here. But you need to create an account on sammobile website for free by clicking on "Regular Download" button.

This study investigated the effects of precooling via crushed ice ingestion on cognitive performance during repeated-sprint cycling in the heat. Nine males, non-heat acclimatised to heat (mean age: 28.2 2.7 y; height: 175.7 9.7 cm; body-mass: 76.9 10.6 kg) completed a 30 min bout of repeated-sprint (36 4 s sprints, interspersed with 56 s rest-breaks) on a cycle ergometer in a climate chamber (35C, 70% relative humidity). Crushed ice ingestion (7gkg-1, -0.4C, ICE) or no cooling (CON) interventions were completed at rest, in the climate chamber, 30 min prior to exercise. Working memory was assessed via the serial seven test (S7) and the automated operation span task (OSPAN) at various time points before, during, and post-exercise. Core body temperature (Tc), forehead temperature (Th), and thermal sensation (TS) were assessed throughout the protocol. Working memory significantly declined during exercise in CON as measured by S7 (p = 0.01) and OSPAN (p = 0.03); however, it was preserved in ICE with no change at the end of exercise in either S7 or OSPAN scores compared to baseline (p = 0.50, p = 0.09, respectively). Following precooling, Th (-0.59C, p p = 0.03), but no significant differences were recorded for Th. Further, TS was lower following precooling in ICE (p = 0.008) but not during exercise. In conclusion, ice ingestion significantly reduced Th and Tc and facilitated maintenance of cognitive performance during repeated-sprint exercise in the heat, which may lead to better decision making. 041b061a72


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