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Supplement Spotlight: Source Naturals® Innovates with Screen Time Stamina™ Supplement Designed for Endurance Computer Users

 

Science Backed Supplement Inspired by Gamers Delivers Healthy Energy, Mental Focus and Long Term Vision Benefits

Inspired by a dedicated gamer looking for a healthy endurance solution, Screen Time Stamina offers a repertoire of science-backed ingredients to support the visual, cognitive and body systems impacted by extended screen time.  These include adaptogenic herbs for healthy energy support, nutrients and herbs for calm mental focus and positive mood, and vitamins and nutrients to support healthy vision.*

"Our mission at Source Naturals has always been to introduce formula innovations to enhance the health and quality of life for consumers in ways that are meaningful and experiential," says Ira Goldberg, founder and CEO of Source Naturals. "In an era where screens are such a pervasive part of everyday life, Screen Time Stamina represents this commitment at its best."

Editor's Note: Screen Time Stamina was recently recognized as a stand out product innovation by SPINS®, the leading provider of retail consumer insights and analytics for the Natural, Organic, and Specialty Products Industries.

Screen Time Stamina is packed with science-backed, healthy ingredients that help users stay sharp and focused for long hours in front of a computer screen," says Gerda Endemann, Ph.D., senior research manager for Source Naturals. "As more people, particularly in Silicon Valley seek ways to enhance their performance, this product is a healthy choice for endurance computer users looking for increased stamina, vision and cognitive support."*

Screen Time Stamina is available at Sprouts and other natural grocers and online retailers. It's available in 30, 60 and 120 tablet bottles with a SRP of $12.50, $23.50 and $45.50 respectively. For more information, or to find a store location near you, please visit: www.sourcenaturals.com.

About Source Naturals
Source Naturals was founded on the belief that many health concerns arise out of structure and function imbalances related to poor nutrition, chronic stress and environmental pollutants, and the belief that select nutrients, herbs and botanicals can work to promote and support the body's innate design for healthy equilibrium. Founded 35 years ago, Source Naturals' team of research scientists, nutritionists and herbal experts research and source optimal ingredient forms, potencies and combinations that work at the cellular level to bring the body's interdependent systems into healthy balance.* Source Naturals calls this unique formulation strategy Bio-Alignment™. For more information please visit: www.sourcenaturals.com.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

 

 

Inspired by a dedicated gamer looking for a healthy alternative to hardcore drink-style stimulants, Screen Time Stamina by Source Naturals is formulated with science-backed ingredients to support the visual, cognitive and body systems impacted by extended screen time. Adaptogenic herbs are included for healthy energy support along with nutrients and herbs for calm mental focus and positive mood, and vitamins and nutrients to support healthy vision. (PRNewsfoto/Source Naturals)

Inspired by a dedicated gamer looking for a healthy alternative to hardcore drink-style stimulants, Screen Time Stamina by Source Naturals is formulated with science-backed ingredients to support the visual, cognitive and body systems impacted by extended screen time. Adaptogenic herbs are included for healthy energy support along with nutrients and herbs for calm mental focus and positive mood, and vitamins and nutrients to support healthy vision. (PRNewsfoto/Source Naturals)

 

 

 

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Russian Yota Announces Its First Branded Dual-screen Smartphone

Yota Devices, a newly formed arm of the Russian WiMax operator Scartell, providing Internet services under the brand Yota since 2008 in Russia and a number of other developing countries, has unveiled a fully-working prototype of an innovative dual-screen smartphone.

Photo: new Yota dual-screen smartphone, from Vedomosti.ru

The device, powered by Google’s Anroid OS, is to be officially presented at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February 2013. It is expected that the Yota smartphone will go on sale in Russia in the second quarter 2013 and in the U.S., U.K. and other international markets the following quarter.

Unique feature of the new device and, probably, its major selling point, is the capacity of double-sided screen. On the one side there is a standard LCD display, and an electronic-paper (so-called e-ink) one on the other, that offers a longer battery life by dividing different information on to two streams/displays. Use can work with apps, texts and calles on the first display, while read news or books, set reminders etc. on the energy-saving black and white screen.

As Yota Devices CEO, Vladislav Martynov commented to Wall Street Journal, the project has been going for two years with 35 engineers on the team and $25 million investment at this stage. The retail price for the Yota Phone is expected to be about $500, slightly cheaper than iPhone 5, in the same price range with the latest smartphone models from Samsung, HTC and Sony.

Earlier this year, another Russian telecom carrier MTS, launched its own-label smartphone also powered by Android OS. However, the only advantage of the product is its affordable price (about $240) and a package with considerable discounts offered with the purchase of the device within the MTS customer loyalty system.

Considerations regarding the potential of the Yota smartphone, which is set to be launched on the international markets, too, differ.

“Having a second black and white screen is fun but rather useless. However, such fun stuff may generate good sales”, commented the launch of the Yota phone to Vedomosti.ru the President of Russian Evroset’ Aleksandr Malis.

“They have a novel idea but an unknown brand,” said Carolina Milanesi, an analyst at tech research firm Gartner Inc. in a comment to WSJ. “The phone market is a lot about brand and fashion”.

The Yota branding and design were developed back in 2008 by a number of the best U.K. agencies, such as 300 Million (no longer operating), All of Us, Fray, Someone and Seymour Powell.

via PopSop

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