This new technology can help predict if you're going to die

New research has indicated that “future” predicting computers could be coming to hospitals in the near future. Researchers are hoping that the technology could be used to predict serious illnesses and medical conditions such as heart attacks.

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Declaration of Independence discovery stuns experts

Harvard researchers were initially skeptical when a database project indicated that an extremely rare parchment copy of the Declaration of Independence was in a small records office in Southern England.

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Samsung might launch bigger Galaxy S8 'Plus' to win back Galaxy Note 7 fans

A report indicated earlier this week that Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S8 will come in two sizes, both featuring full-screen designs with curved displays measuring 5.7-inch and 6.2 -inch.

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Verizon Signals Cold Feet Over Yahoo Deal


Verizon last week indicated that its $4.8 billion acquisition of Yahoo could be in jeopardy in light of its delay in disclosing a massive 2014 data breach that compromised about 500 million account holders. Verizon may need some additional assurances about the effects of the breach, suggested General Counsel Craig Silliman. “I think we have a reasonable basis to believe right now that the impact is material, and we’re looking to Yahoo to demonstrate to us the full impact. If they believe that it’s not, then they’ll need to show us that.”

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Whoops! Facebook signals that Philippines is at war

June 12 is independence day in the Philippines, and in the process of celebrating it, Facebook accidentally indicated that the country was in a state of war.

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The New York Times May Get Technical With Ad Blockers


The New York Times Company last week indicated would take steps to circumvent ad-blocking tools. “As you know, the Times‘ digital subscription revenue stream means that we are less exposed than most publishers to the impact of ad-blockers,” said NYT Company CEO Mark Thompson during an earnings call. “Nonetheless, let me make it clear that we oppose ad blocking.” Creating “quality news content is expensive,” he noted, and online advertising is an important means through with media outlets fund news gathering.

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Daniel Craig resisted Android phone placement in "Spectre" because "James Bond only uses the best"

Article Image Internal Sony communications indicated that “Spectre” star Daniel Craig and the movie’s director Sam Mendes were both opposed to multimillion dollar product placements for Sony or Samsung Android phones because it could tarnish the suave image of James Bond.

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Enterprise tablet adoption slowing, but Apple's iOS still dominates corporate world

Though fewer corporations have indicated they are planning to deploy tablets in 2015, Apple’s iOS is still the leading platform for corporations embracing the post-PC era, far ahead of smartphones and tablets running Android or Windows.



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Rumor: TSMC, Apple working on 16nm FinFET process for 'A9' chips

A Monday morning report from the Republic of China indicated that Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company is in the process of accelerating the rollout of its new 16-nanometer FinFET fabrication process in a possible bid to wrest control of Apple’s A9 manufacturing from rival chipmakers.



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With Skylake, Intel wants to abolish all PC cables by 2015. What a terrible idea.

Intel cable-free laptop on a table, at Computex 2014
At Computex 2014, Intel has indicated that its next-gen Skylake platform — the new microarchitecture tock after Broadwell — will enable new PC designs that are completely cable-free. Intel will use WiGig for wireless “docking” to peripherals and streaming media, and Rezence for wirelesss power transfer. Obviously this is slightly different from the previous dream of using a single, awesome ultra-high-speed Light Peak cable to connect everything together…

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