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MIT developed “bacteria on a chip” could detect gastric bleeding

Researchers at MIT have developed a new ingestible sensor that features genetically engineered bacteria. The bacteria are designed to diagnose bleeding in the stomach or other GI tract problems

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Steam Link app isn’t coming to iOS

In light of Facebook’s most recent and biggest scandal, Apple has often touted its more direct and human-curated system of screening apps that go into its app stores. While that does leave little room for malicious apps to get through, it does have one drawback

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Apple and Volkswagen tipped in self-driving shuttle bus project

Apple has quietly signed an automotive deal with Volkswagen, according to sources that have surfaced, to develop self-driving vehicles for the company’s employees.

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2018 Kia Sportage gains mild-hybrid diesel power

Kia has unveiled the new 2018 Sportage SUV bringing a new exterior and interior design. The Sportage also gains new power options along with new safety and infotainment technology

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Bloxvox straps over your mouth to keep conversations private

Bloxvox, a contraption you hold and/or strap to your face, wants to help quiet down the open office workspace, enable phone conversations in libraries, and keep private details private. The device, which is being funded on Kickstarter, is similar to the HushMe devices introduced last year, but designed to accommodate a user’s existing headset rather than a proprietary one built … Continue reading

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YubiKey NEO brings hardware 2FA security to iOS: What you should know

Yubico made a couple of exciting announcements concerning its YubiKey NEO authentication hardware today. The first is that the key is now compatible with iPhones, allowing users to employ two-factor authentication methods that don’t need to rely on SMS verification codes

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Variant 4 vulnerability: Spectre continues to haunt Intel, AMD, ARM

2018 immediately started off on the wrong foot for Intel and, consequently, the computing industry at large.

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Shelby American Reintroduces the 1967 Shelby GT500 Super Snake

Of all the ’60s era Ford Mustangs the most desirable are the Shelby cars. The catch is that only a few of those cars survive to this day meaning that most collectors who want one can’t have it. Shelby American has reintroduced the 1967 Ford Shelby GT500 Super Snake making the car available again for the first time since the … Continue reading

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Sea of Thieves’ The Hungering Deep update dated in new trailer

Last month, Rare detailed its plans to expand the rather light content offerings of Sea of Thieves throughout 2018. There will be a total of six content updates released over the rest of the year, the company said, and the first one is called The Hungering Deep. Rare has launched a new trailer for The Hungering Deep, which tells us … Continue reading

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2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 engines detailed with Turbo-4 surprise

Chevrolet has detailed the engine line-up for the 2019 Silverado 1500 truck, and there’s an unusual new 2.7-liter Turbo four-cylinder lurking among the V6 and V8 options. Set to hit dealerships sometime in Q3 2018, the new Silverado will eventually be offered with six different engines, though the diesel isn’t expected until early next year.

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