Drone finds mysterious ancient structure at Israeli military training ground

Archaeologists have used a drone to locate a mysterious ancient structure in the heart of an Israeli military training area.

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Georgia Tech's 3D-printed heart valve models could be a genuine lifesaver

Researchers at Georgia Tech and the Piedmont Heart Institute have created 3D-printed heart valves designed for use in the planning of lifesaving surgeries. Here’s why they’re so exciting.

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Ancient Aztec temple and ball court uncovered in Mexico City

Archaeologists have uncovered the remnants of a Aztec temple and ceremonial ball court in the heart of Mexico City, according to media reports.

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Surprise! Galaxy's monster Black Hole likely has huge neighbor on a crash course

Two monster black holes are apparently on a collision course near the heart of a nearby galaxy, a new study reports.

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Boy donates gaming console to Wisconsin police department after string of shootings

A seven-year-old boy in Wausau has a pretty huge heart. He gave up his most prized possession in an effort to help officers cope with the loss of one of their own.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/03/28/boy-donates-gaming-console-to-wisconsin-police-department-after-string-shootings.html

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Kansas hospital pays ransomware demand, doesn't get files back

Paying off criminals doesn’t always work, as Kansas Heart Hospital learned this week. They paid off ransomware, only to be asked for more money by the attackers. It’s just the latest in a long string of hospital ransomware attacks.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/05/25/kansas-hospital-pays-ransomware-demand-doesnt-get-files-back.html

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Attorney general ready to defend surveillance at tech industry gathering

Attorney General Loretta Lynch is traveling to the heart of the U.S. technology industry to make her pitch that tech companies should help the government access their customers’ data for national security investigations.

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Cook Slams Door on Backdoor Discussions

Privacy advocates from around the globe have taken heart from reports that Apple CEO Tim Cook pushed hard against the Obama administration’s efforts to reach a compromise on encryption during a recent Silicon Valley meeting. Cook earlier this month joined a delegation of social media and technology leaders in a meeting with top national security, law enforcement and White House insiders to discuss ways to work together to prevent terrorist organizations like ISIS from using social media to recruit and spread propaganda.

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Class action lawsuit claims Fitbit's heart rate monitoring isn't accurate enough

Article Image A new class action lawsuit is accusing Fitbit of misleading shoppers about the heart rate sensors in two of its flagship fitness trackers, the Charge HR and the Surge.

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Apple Watch users complain of inaccurate heart rate readings during certain exercises

Article Image A number of Apple Watch users have reported inconsistent or inaccurate heart rate measurements while exercising, with some saying issues have continued even after receiving replacement watches from Apple, calling into question one of the wearable’s signature features.

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Qualcomm: Snapdragon 820 will deliver huge efficiency, performance boosts

Qualcomm has begun to unveil the Kryo core at the heart of the Snapdragon 820. Is this the chip that puts the company back on top?

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Thanks to advancing surgical tech, getting new heart valves has never been easier

Heart valve replacement has traditionally been a major procedure. By combining catheter based delivery with cutting edge imaging and presurgical simulation surgeons can now get you fixed up in a couple hours, and back on your feet in a few days.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/209195-thanks-to-advancing-surgical-tech-getting-new-heart-valves-has-never-been-easier

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Apple Watch's heart rate sensor on par with Mio's dedicated Alpha monitor

The heart rate sensor in the Apple Watch is nearly on par with Mio’s Alpha, a popular dedicated heart rate tracker also worn on the wrist, a new comparison of the two devices has found.

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Intel Core M lets new MacBook go light and fanless, but with sacrifices

At the heart of Apple’s upcoming 12-inch MacBook is the Intel Core M, a processor series launched late last year and meant to power extremely light notebooks and tablets. But the new chips come with their own set of benefits and sacrifices, particularly for people considering other MacBook models.

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Review: Fitbit Surge, an iPhone-connected health & fitness tracker

For iPhone users seeking a wrist-worn fitness tracker with GPS, heart rate monitoring, and multiple-day battery life, the Fitbit Surge is a good “tweener” device — not quite a smartwatch, but much more functional than a basic wearable.

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First look: Fitbit expands range with Charge, pulse-monitoring Charge HR, GPS-enabled Surge

Fitbit introduced its latest fitness tracking devices at CES in the Charge, heart rate-sensing Charge HR band and Surge “fitness super watch,” the latter of which features standalone GPS tracking capabilities.

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Apple's A8-powered iPhone 6 & 6 Plus impress, outperform competing phones in benchmarks

The new silicon at the heart of Apple’s recently-released iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus has increased the company’s lead in smartphone application processor performance, according to data released on Monday, with the A8 improving on the already industry-leading 64-bit A7.

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