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The Apple Watch Electrocardiogram Feature Coming Soon

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The Apple Watch Series 4’s long-promised electrocardiogram (EKG) feature may finally get support in the upcoming watchOS 5.1.2 update, according to an Apple Store training document obtained by MacRumors.

The feature will let the wearable device take EKG measurements using electrodes built into the back of the Watch and the digital crown, improving the Apple Watch’s ability to measure and monitor users’ hearts. Apple has received Type II FDA clearance…Click here for full article.

Cyber Monday Tips And Deals

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After a record-breaking Black Friday, the Cyber Monday online holiday shopping event is in full swing. The website BestBlackFriday.com put together some helpful tips for shoppers…. CLICK for complete article

Technology has Changed the Way We Get High Forever

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If you want to imagine the future of marijuana in the 2020s, picture a 3-D printer.

Maybe it’s in a kiosk at your local legal recreational dispensary; maybe, if you’re a particular fan of greenery, it’s in your home. Either way, it’s pre-loaded with concentrated liquid forms of all cannabinoids, the different kinds of molecules that make up marijuana.

The machine has CBD for healing, CBN for sleepiness, THC for the giddy, giggly high; plus a ton of essential oils called terpenes, which generally provide every other subtle… Click here for full article.

Where the Wealthy and Not So Wealthy of the World Live

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If you need to see just how much wealth inequality exists across the globe, look no further.

The Credit Suisse Research Institute, a think tank within the Swiss investment bank Credit Suisse, in October published its annual global wealth report. That report estimates the wealth holdings of households around the world, to show wealth distribution across…Click here  for full article.

 

 

Automation to a whole new level!

Pizza Hut robot cooks pizzas while delivering.

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Is This Worse Than ’68?

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Are we more divided than we have ever been? Are our politics more poisoned? Are we living in what Charles Dickens called “the worst of times” in America? Is today worse than 1968?

Certainly, the hatred and hostility, the bile and bitterness of our discourse, seem greater now than 50 years ago. But are the times really worse? CLICK for complete article