The doctor on your wrist: How smartwatches are saving lives

The doctor on your wrist: How smartwatches are saving lives

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The doctor on your wrist: How smartwatches are saving lives, By Caitlin McGarry James T. Green thought he was having a panic attack. He took a break from work to walk around the block during a stressful day, and noticed he felt…

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Speedy AI image analysis could help doctors during surgery

Speedy AI image analysis could help doctors during surgery

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Speedy AI image analysis could help doctors during surgery, Right now, comparing 3D medical scans is a pain — it can take two hours or more to see what’s changed. And that spells trouble for surgeons, who may have to bring patients…

Uber trials cheaper rides for people who are willing to wait

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Uber trials cheaper rides for people who are willing to wait, There are times when you need to get an Uber right away, even if it’s at a peak hour and prices are through the roof. But there are times when you…

With new updates, Yahoo bets big on Mail’s mobile future

With new updates, Yahoo bets big on Mail’s mobile future

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With new updates, Yahoo bets big on Mail’s mobile future, Few things are a uniquely annoying as having to use your email service’s mobile interfaces — they’re basic, they’re kind of ugly, and they rarely provide the niceties you’d normally be used…

Amazon offers Hub delivery lockers to apartments across the US

Amazon offers Hub delivery lockers to apartments across the US

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Amazon offers Hub delivery lockers to apartments across the US, Over half a million residents in New York, San Francisco and some other locations can already have their packages delivered to Amazon’s Hub lockers for their buildings. And those Hubs are bound…

Beijing subways may soon get facial recognition and hand scanners

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Beijing subways may soon get facial recognition and hand scanners, A bio-ID surveillance framework that can recognize subway users may soon come to Beijing. China Daily reports two forms of bio-recognition being put forward — palm touch and facial recognition. Together, they…

Amazon launches Alexa for hotels

Amazon launches Alexa for hotels

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Amazon launches Alexa for hotels, Visitors to Marriott hotels will soon be able to use Amazon Alexa to make their stays more enjoyable. “Alexa for Hospitality” lets guests ask Alexa — via an in-room Amazon Echo — for help with hotel information,…

Fraudster caught using OPM hack data from 2015

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Fraudster caught using OPM hack data from 2015, Way back in 2015, the US Office of Personnel Management (OPM) was electronically burgled, with hackers making off with 21.5 million records. That data included social security numbers, fingerprints, usernames, passwords and data from…

Internet Cafes Hacked to Mine $800000 in Siacoin Cryptocurrency

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Apple hit with $6.6 million fine in Australia over ‘Error 53’ fiasco

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Apple hit with $6.6 million fine in Australia over ‘Error 53’ fiasco , Australian authorities didn’t buy Apple’s explanation for the infamous Error 53 message, which bricked a lot of phones in 2016. The country’s federal court has slapped the tech giant…

Ex-CIA engineer charged in ‘Vault 7’ leak

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Ex-CIA engineer charged in ‘Vault 7’ leak , Last month when we learned that Joshua Schulte still had not been charged for allegedly providing CIA hacking information to Wikileaks despite being in custody for months, his family said he was a “scapegoat”…

Microsoft is finally launching its new Xbox Avatar Editor

Microsoft is finally launching its new Xbox Avatar Editor

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Microsoft is finally launching its new Xbox Avatar Editor, Microsoft has been whetting Xbox users’ appetites with the promise of new, customizable avatars since last year, and after several delays, they’re finally becoming available. Xbox Insiders can get a taste of the…

Facebook wants to help small businesses protect your privacy

Facebook wants to help small businesses protect your privacy

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Facebook wants to help small businesses protect your privacy, Data privacy is a continually growing concern in the wake of news of election tampering and Cambridge Analytica scandals. As the EU’s General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) take full effect, it’s not only…

Senate votes to reinstate ZTE ban in the US

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Senate votes to reinstate ZTE ban in the US, The Trump administration’s decision to work with Chinese President Xi Jinping to bring ZTE back to business didn’t sit well with lawmakers from both sides. A group of Senators from the Republican and…

Reduction in sulfur emissions from power plants in China

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Reduction in sulfur emissions from power plants in China, Air pollution has smothered China’s cities in recent decades. In response, the Chinese government has implemented measures to clean up its skies. But are those policies effective? Now scholars show that one of…