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It is amazing to see how consumer grade hardware is now reaching the levels of accuracy that used to be limited to medical hardware for a MUCH lower price point. Open source healthcare here we come.
Jan Roar Pleym, Novelda Radar System Architect, goes back to basics and explains XeThru's System On Chip, UWB signal processing, pulse doppler radar, and shows a respiration monitoring application example using XeThru technology.
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Dates, while critical to the Islamic month of spiritual reflection called Ramadan, used to be a harder sell outside the Middle East. Learn how that has changed in the last century, and why we now can't seem to get enough of the nutritious fruit. #FutureofFood
When Nawal Nasrallah was growing up in Iraq, the last three days of Ramadan were consumed with a singular activity: stuffing dates into rich buttery cookies called ma’amoul. “We used to gorge ourse...
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A brief detour from chemistry, branching out into science in general today. This graphic looks at the different factors that can contribute towards 'bad' science - it was inspired by the research I...
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A new IBM Watson language arts lesson now available on the #IBMblr: http://bit.ly/Mqx8yb
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It is very important to treat the cables with care so they don't break.
 
Don’t wrap your MacBook’s cable around the power brick! Here's why: http://wrd.cm/1fdTJad
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"Ignorance seems to have been replaced by ambivalence, with too many young motorists disregarding the clear risks and habitually speeding.”

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Sixty-seven per cent of 1,005 residents polled say they speed because they are running late, 53 per cent for fun or to impress others, and 45 per cent out of habit.
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Meet the people pioneering new careers as drone pilots, from the South African savannah to the building sites of California. This is the first film in our new “Future Works” series, which looks at the jobs of tomorrow being done today. To watch more visit Economist.com/films
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How much sugar is in your food? Pressure is growing on food companies to reduce added sugar, which campaigners say contributes to health problems. For food multinationals, the challenge is to absorb these pressures without threatening their business models. Read for free: http://on.ft.com/1jhXIrw
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This week’s Kal’s cartoon http://econ.st/1aw7aCl
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Feeling like traffic is getting worse? Here are some statistics by TomTom.
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These Vancouver Homes Sold For Millions In 2011 And Have Been Vacant And...
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Five years ago, in July of 2011, the house at 4182 West 8th Avenue in Vancouver in sold for $4.6 million. It now rests vacant, abandoned and

Entrain – Android-Apps auf Google Play
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Jetlag is the result of a disrupted circadian clock. Entrain simulates your circadian clock on the phone and makes mathematically optimal li

How The Hotel Industry Is Using Music To Find New Customers
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In the past few months, it seems like there has been a deluge of announcements from some of the biggest brands in the travel world, with all

Zomato - Food Menu & Reviews – Android Apps on Google Play
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Zomato is your best option to search for and discover great places to eat. Browse through updated menus, pictures, and user reviews to decid

Dropbox
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Dropbox is a free service that lets you bring all your photos, docs, and videos anywhere. After you install Dropbox on your computer, any fi

Withings
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Withings creates smart products and apps to take care of yourself and your loved ones in a new and easy way.

Saudi Prince "Astonished" At Oil Minister's "Disastrous Underestimation"...
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As the US-Saudi 'secret' oil deal continues to depress the price of oil, pressure Russian revenues, squeeze European budgets, and raise doub

Dubai malls announce Eid Al Adha opening hours
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Stores at several malls have announced that they will remain open until 2am on weekends, with cafes and restaurants open even later.

Brakes applied on Dubai house price growth
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House prices in the freehold areas of Dubai increased by an average of 6 per cent between April and June, a new report by JLL has found.

Forget Piketty's 700-Page Tome - Here Is The Shortest Economics Textbook...
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Forget the 700-plus-page Piketty 'socialism for all' tome; here is economics that everyone can understand.

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Gmail is email that's intuitive, efficient, and useful. 15 GB of storage, less spam, and mobile access.

The US Shale Oil Miracle Disappears
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The US shale oil "miracle" has about as much believability left as Jimmy Swaggart. Just today, we learned that the EIA ;has placed a hefty d

The other downside of antibiotics: Killing the useful bacteria
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Author Martin Blaser looks at how antibiotics are reshaping our inner ecosystem.

Why It’s Insanely Easy to Hack Hospital Equipment | Threat Level | WIRED
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When Scott Erven was given free reign to roam through all of the medical equipment used at a chain of large midwest health care facilities,

Antibiotics Have Turned Our Bodies From Gardens Into Battlefields | Scie...
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Antibiotics have saved countless lives, but they're an assault on our microbiome. Microbiologist Martin Blaser argues they're making us sick

A Guide To South Africa's Economic Bubble And Coming Crisis
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A comprehensive report about South Africa's economic bubble and how it will pop.

25 tech mistakes you should never make
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Technology is the most wonderful of things, but it can sometimes turn on you when you expect it the least.

Smartphones Make You Tired and Unproductive, Study Says
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Heavy use of iPhones and other devices makes workers much less effective, according to new research.

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Over 40 million people use Foursquare to keep up and meet up with friends on-the-go. Join Foursquare to:· Keep up with your friends’ adventu

It's all coming back to me now: Researchers find caffeine enhances memory
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For some, it's the tradition of steeping tealeaves to brew the perfect cup of tea. For others, it's the morning shuffle to a coffee maker fo

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