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Afterburn

The calories consumed after relatively intense (60+% of maximum heart rate, ideally for >30 minutes) exercise, which is said to reset the basal metabolic rate; afterburn is said to consume an extra 90 calories per session.

EPOC

Abbreviation for excess postexercise oxygen consumption.
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Psion was founded in 1980 and one of the pioneers of mobile handheld computers, such as the Psion Organiser and other Personal Digital Assistants.
With its extensive feature set, the Psion EP10 is built from the same core technology that is used in the rest of the Omnii family, which was introduced by the company in October 2010.
Combined with Psion Teklogix' many bar code scanning options and portable printing solutions, the WORKABOUT PRO allows enterprise users to run advanced applications both within and beyond the four walls.
* COMPEL'S DASHBOARDS WOULD PROVIDE PSION TEKLOGIX'S SALES MANAGERS AND REPRESENTATIVES "UNPARALLELED" ACCESS TO REAL-TIME EARNINGS AND PERFORMANCE DATA.
"This is an excellent acquisition for Psion Teklogix following several years of working together on customer projects.
The question now is how many will follow Ericsson which will increase its holding to 27.6% when it acquires the Psion shares.
London-based Psion, which made its name in hand-held personal organisers, said the sale would allow it to focus on developing its core hand-held computer business, Psion Teklogix.
Mobile phone giant Nokia is to scoop Psion's 31 per cent stake in the Symbian cellphone software venture for pounds 135.7million.
The value of the transaction will derive from two parts, from a fixed portion of EUR137.1m, and a variable payment of EUR1.23 from Nokia to Psion for each Symbian OS device sold during 2004 and 2005.
A VALLEYS electronics company will today confirm it has secured a lucrative contract with leading American handheld computer venture Psion Teklogix.
Psion Plc launched a new product targeted at broad corporate deployment, while mobile operator O2 (UK) Ltd introduced a service for its XDA wireless PDA based on technology from Seven Networks Inc.
Psion Teklogix, a provider of mobile devices and wireless LAN system implementation and support, has joined up with Dynasys to provide airlines with the ability to test the accuracy and thoroughness of passenger screening employees.