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The elderly bodybuilding contest held in Japan, the Champions Cup Fellow 74-year-old muscular

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Tsutomu Otsuka show muscle

The elderly bodybuilding contest held in Japan, the Champions Cup Fellow 74-year-old muscular

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Top three finishers

Recently, Tokyo, Japan held an old bodybuilding contest. So that everyone surprised that these sixty or seventy years old is still strong build, 74-year-old champion is even more muscular in no way inferior to the young lad.

74-year-old Tsutomu Otsuka (Tsutomu Tosuka) Although the silver-haired, but with a solid color of ancient Tong muscle into being successful, won the 2009 Japan Master Bodybuilding Championships (Japan Masters Bodybuilding Championships) champion.

And many participants are different Tsutomu Otsuka is not a professional bodybuilder, he is from a friend’s 40-year-old the first time fell in love with bodybuilding. Since then, more than three decades since, he had to practice hard and persevere, and finally trained in a beautiful muscles. Although over seventy years of age have been, but the muscles are still Otsuka Tsutomu so amazed by the judges.

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Intel unveils new microprocessors

Intel unveils new microprocessors

Intel Corp released a flurry of new computer chips on Thursday as it seeks to maintain its dominance over rival Advanced Micro Devices Inc and prepare for an expected rise in demand.

The new microprocessors, designed to power desktop and laptop PCs, are the first of a new generation of chips featuring smaller transistors that Intel said will juice performance and improve energy efficiency.

At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Chief Executive Paul Otellini said the company hopes to capitalize on new opportunities presented by a world of hyper-connected products of every stripe.

“Every electronic device will eventually connect to the Internet,” he said.

Otellini demonstrated advances in 3D movies, consumer electronics and personal computers, and plugged the forthcoming “Moorestown” platform for smartphones and mobile devices.

“We’re on the cusp of a new era in computing,” he said. “An era of personal computing essentially where we have many devices for every person, where computing is increasingly integrated into every aspect of our lives.”

He also unveiled a test version of an application store aimed at netbooks, the Intel AppUp Center. Apps in a variety of categories can be downloaded for free or bought through an Intel website, and the company plans to expand it to other products such as PCs, smartphones and TVs.

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Not guilty plea entered for Nigerian bomb suspect

Not guilty plea entered for Nigerian bomb suspect

DETROIT (Reuters) – A federal judge entered a not guilty plea on Friday on behalf of Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the 23-year-old Nigerian accused in the attempted bombing of a Detroit-bound airplane that prompted a sweeping review of U.S. security procedures.

Abdulmutallab, who shuffled into court in leg irons, answered questions from U.S. Magistrate Mark Randon, who entered the not guilty plea after his court-appointed lawyer said the defendant would “stand mute.”

He was arraigned on six charges including attempted murder and the attempted use of a “weapon of mass destruction” to bring down a plane carrying 289 other people.

President Barack Obama took responsibility on Thursday for security failures that allowed Abdulmutallab to board the plane in Amsterdam and ordered reforms aimed at thwarting attacks.

The attempted bombing on Christmas Day prompted a spate of airline security scares that have shut down airports and stranded jittery passengers.

On Friday, Boston’s international airport closed for half an hour because of a suspicious smell that officials said may have been de-icing fluid and an AirTran flight from Atlanta to San Francisco was diverted because of an unruly passenger. The U.S. military said two fighter jets were scrambled to escort the plane to Colorado Springs, Colorado.

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