• Study says wearables can be used to detect diabetes

    Study says wearables can be used to detect diabetes

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    For the latest study , however, where the machine also attempted to spot high cholesterol, sleep apnea, as well as, hypertension the startup had to deal with a larger pool of 14,011 users. Once the program was "trained" to detect diabetes, a separate set of data was used to establish the program's accuracy in identifying which of the participants were diabetics.
  • Jittery world stocks clamber off 2-month lows

    Jittery world stocks clamber off 2-month lows

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    US stocks bounced up in the final hour of trading Tuesday after a rocky morning that saw the Dow Jones industrial average dip into correction territory. "It's like a kid at a child's party who, after an afternoon of cake and ice cream, eats one more cookie and that puts them over the edge", said David Kelly, the chief global strategist for JPMorgan Asset Management.
  • Asian stocks back from the brink as Wall St rallies

    Asian stocks back from the brink as Wall St rallies

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    Futures signalled gains of at least 2 per cent on Japan's Nikkei 225 Stock Average, while equity markets in Hong Kong and Australia also pointed higher. The index of 30 big-name USA companies ended up at 24,912. It was also a wild ride for Treasuries, with USA 10-year yields diving as deep as 2.65% before a fresh sell-off dragged them back up to 2.80%.
  • To woo voters, PM Modi offers '3T' plan to Tripura

    To woo voters, PM Modi offers '3T' plan to Tripura

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    Instead of speaking like a PM of the nation, Modi chose to sound the General elections 2019 bugle for the BJP during his speech in the Lok Sabha for the motion of thanks to the President's address. "It is for us to channel this discontent into support (for the opposition)", she said. The Congress had then promptly clarified that Gandhi, who served as the party Congress chief for a record 19 years, was only retiring as the Congress president and not from active politics.
  • New Final Fantasy VII Remake Screenshots Show Off a Redesigned Cloud

    New Final Fantasy VII Remake Screenshots Show Off a Redesigned Cloud

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    Final Fantasy 7 Remake has been in development for quite some time, with the game originally being revealed back at E3 2015. In a recent update by Square Enix, the developers gave away some details regarding how the game will be for PC. Now before you get too upset, given how iconic he is, apparently the redesign is for the better and is apparently the closest to the original design, so presumably it won't be too far-fetched or outlandish.
  • Pyeongchang Winter Olympics competition begins with curling

    Pyeongchang Winter Olympics competition begins with curling

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    As Kim Jong Un's sister , Kim Yo Jong frequently accompanies other North Korean senior officials in state ceremonies or in "guidance tours" of factories and farms. Kim Yo Jong's promotion brought her closer to the centre of power in the isolated state. Some have speculated that Kim Yo Jong is being sent as part of the North Korean delegation in order to present a "warmer" image of North Korea.
  • Tesla survives a bumpy ride as production misses target

    Tesla survives a bumpy ride as production misses target

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    Tesla entered Q1 with a cash balance of $3.4B. But the company said its twice-delayed target of producing 5,000 Model 3s a week would remain in place, with the firm aiming to hit that number by the end of June - though it didn't express total confidence that its production ramp-up would allow it to meet the target.
  • Tesla sticks with Model 3 production targets

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    Tesla ran into what Musk has described as "production hell" at its battery plant in Reno, Nev., which hit several bottlenecks. It would've resulted in a feature that others could have used in their vehicles as well, but only for that exact cross-country route.
  • Ex-Uber CEO grilled about old texts in high-tech heist case

    Ex-Uber CEO grilled about old texts in high-tech heist case

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    Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is back in a San Francisco courtroom to answer questions about discussions he had with an engineer who is accused of stealing Google's self-driving auto technology. Kalanick laughed when the Waymo attorney jogged his memory and asked if the former CEO called Levandowski "a brother from another mother". Waymo has estimated damages in the case at about $1.9 billion, which Uber rejects.
  • After petition, urging from King, lobster emoji to be added

    After petition, urging from King, lobster emoji to be added

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    The lobster emoji coming to smartphones will be a pretty snazzy way to say "I love crawfish", too, because of its resemblance to the crustacean popular in Louisiana boiling pots. However, the emoji that you'll actually see and use depends on what software you're using. The new lobster emoji is months in the making. One interesting fact is that the list includes emojis with different hair color and style for the first time: red hair, white hair, curly hair, and even baldness.
  • Markets Right Now: Stocks move solidly higher; Dow up 300

    Markets Right Now: Stocks move solidly higher; Dow up 300

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    Stocks are opening modestly higher on Wall Street as the market stabilizes following three days of tumult. Maybe you have too much in technology-focused funds, or blue chips, or small cap companies. The fear is that the US economy could overheat, forcing the Federal Reserve to aggressively raise interest rates. "But you don't want to see them quite as dramatic as yesterday", said Economist Henry Nishimoto.
  • Alphabet rolls its Nest smart-home unit back into Google

    Alphabet rolls its Nest smart-home unit back into Google

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    From connected light bulbs, to plant sensors, to smart locks, and beyond, smart home tech is growing and evolving rapidly. The two working as one will merge hardware, software and services into the Nest product lines for smarter homes, with Nest specifically pointing toward Google AI and Assistant being "at the core" of it all.
  • Analysts Opinions on: JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM)

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    The stock increased 3.04% or $3.31 during the last trading session, reaching $112.11. About 409,668 shares traded. Canada Pension Plan Inv Board reported 10.00 million shares or 1.95% of all its holdings. ( NYSE :CAT). First Heartland Consultants Inc holds 3,563 shares. ( NYSE : JPM ). Jones Collombin Investment Counsel accumulated 3.63% or 111,567 shares.
  • European markets plunge at opening bell as stock market dip deepens

    European markets plunge at opening bell as stock market dip deepens

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    The Dow posted a 2.3 percent increase, its biggest daily percentage gain since January 29, 2016, while the S&P 500 rose 1.7 percent, its biggest one-day gain since November 7, 2016, the day before the election of Donald Trump as president. The selloff striking fear in investors' hearts began last Friday when bright U.S. non-farm payrolls data sparked concern that inflation will surge this year - and that the Federal Reserve will in response raise borrowing costs more quickly than anticipated.
  • Pence and Abe aim to maximize pressure on North Korea

    Pence and Abe aim to maximize pressure on North Korea

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    The IOC subsequently convened special meetings in Switzerland in January 1986 with the Olympic Committees of the North and the South, with Pyongyang also insisting on hosting the special opening and closing ceremonies and a united team. The request for oil was submitted to the South after the ship docked, South Korean Unification Ministry spokesman Baik Tae-hyun said during a daily press briefing.
  • Ford Released Brand New Ranger Raptor Today

    Ford Released Brand New Ranger Raptor Today

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    The fender flares are made of composite material to resist physical damage like dents and dings, plus they are necessary for the longer suspension travel and bigger wheels. Inside, Ranger Raptor offers a tailored Ford Performance DNA interior design with a high level of craftsmanship, harmonious colours and durable materials suitable for both off-road driving and everyday use.
  • Facebook Inc Will Let Users Decide What News Sources Are Trustworthy

    Facebook Inc Will Let Users Decide What News Sources Are Trustworthy

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    It is with this in mind that Facebook has in the last two years increasingly turned its focus to Africa where users average 170 million in a continent of over 900 million, in a bid to rack up new users and hit the second billion. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has shown confidence in users' ability to choose what is right and wants them to dictate the veracity of news by ranking the content on the platform.