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Bowflex Dumbbells recalled
Nautilus Inc. has received 16 reports in the United States of the weight selector dial failing, including three reports of injuries to the user's foot or leg.
DeepGreen strikes deal with Glencore for undersea mining metals
DeepGreen is a private company founded by David Heydon, the man who built industry leader Nautilus Minerals Inc. and kick-started the underwater mining business.
Nautilus recalls Bowflex dumbbells
Vancouver-based Nautilus Inc. has agreed to voluntary recall its Bowflex SelectTech 1090 Dumbbells, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission reported this week.
Bowflex Dumbbell set recall announced for needed Repair
Consumers who have the recalled dumbbells should stop using them until they can install the free repair kit. To get the free repair kit, consumers can contact Nautilus Inc, toll-free at (800) 416-7271 (8 a.m. - 5 p.m. PT M-F). More information is also ...
Chillblast Nautilus review
Thanks to its Lian Li Snail case, the Nautilus from Chillblast is the most distinctive media centre PC we've ever reviewed.
Israel Has A Long List Of Problems But Its New Missile Defense Isn't One Of Them
While the Israeli-Palestinian peace process takes a long, undue nap, Israel's military continues to refine the capacity of its all-weather missile interceptor system, dubbed Iron Dome (Golden Dome was deemed too ostentatious).
Next Frontier: Mining the Ocean Floor
Mining companies are increasingly looking to the sea for new caches of natural resources. Toronto's Nautilus Minerals plans to scour the seabed, nearly a mile below the surface in the South Pacific.
Brest, Brittany: Celebrating the sea at the world's end
My favourite is the Oc�ania's Nautilus restaurant (details above). The two-course lunch for €17 (�14) is a steal. On the port, Aux Vieux Gr�ements (Docks du Chateau; 432048, aux-vieux-greements.
A cat that can never be tamed
This lovely little kitten with a head that looks just slightly too big for its face is a Scottish wildcat, a very rare type of wildcat that has dwindled to about 400 individuals living in Britain, mostly restricted to the Highlands of Scotland.
If you can imagine it, Dillon Works can build it
The projects just go on and on: A home theater that looks like the Nautilus from “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea”; a 22-foot-tall tree made for the Zoomazium at Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo; two 14-foot stainless steel sculptures of a fish and a fisherman ...