Dolly the sheep's cloned sisters in good health despite age

Though growing old, Dolly’s sheep siblings are no worse for wear. Debbie, Denise, Dianna and Daisy, clones all derived from the same cell line as the first cloned mammal, show no signs of long-term health issues, according to research published Tuesday in the journal Nature Communications. The clones are, in fact, in vigorous good condition despite the fact that they range in age from 7 to 9, or about 60 to 70 in human years.

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Google's Android Wear for iOS confirmed incompatible with Apple's HealthKit

In announcing Android Wear for iOS on Monday, Google noted users can track steps, calories and other biometric readings in-app, but failed to confirm HealthKit compatibility. It has since been learned that Google chose not to integrate with Apple’s platform, instead opting for its own Google Fit service.

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Google's Android Wear for iOS confirmed incompatible with Apple's HealthKit

In announcing Android Wear for iOS on Monday, Google noted users can track steps, calories and other biometric readings in-app, but failed to confirm HealthKit compatibility. It has since been learned that Google chose not to integrate with Apple’s platform, instead opting for its own Google Fit service.

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BodyWorn, the police-worn camera that aims to reduce crime

Should local police wear and use a body camera at all times? That’s the debate many police departments are having after riots broke out in Baltimore in April. Last year, unrest in Ferguson led to continuing racial tensions. Yet, for one company, a camera pointed toward a criminal is also a protective measure for the public at large.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/05/19/police-worn-camera-that-can-reduce-crime/

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Android Wear support may soon arrive on Apple's iPhone

Google is almost ready to bring support for Android Wear devices to the iPhone, but public availability will be dependent not only on Apple approval but whether Google decides to release it, a new report claims.



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Google reportedly looking to bring Android Wear support to iOS

Google is allegedly developing an Android Wear app for iOS, a move that would expand support for the wearables platform beyond Android handsets and enable iPhone and iPad owners to use products like the Moto 360 and the LG G Watch.



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Apple Watch vs. Android Wear: Which wearable will win the wrist war?

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Android Wear is already showing up on wrists across the world, but Apple has finally unveiled its watch. The Apple Watch isn’t out until 2015, but now we know how Apple is approaching wrist computing.

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Latest purported leak shows scuffed-up 'iPhone 6' rear panel

While it may be a little worse for wear, a part alleged to be a full back panel for Apple’s anticipated “iPhone 6″ appeared online Tuesday, offering a closer look at what could be the final design for the hotly anticipated product.



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