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Warren and a panel of senators are asking Google to answer the question of how medical data is used in technology

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has joined a bipartisan group of US Senators to express "serious concerns" about the Nightingale project, Google's secret record of millions of Americans' medical records uncovered by a whistleblower last week. In a joint letter from Warren, his compatriot Richard Blumenthal, and Bill Cassidy, a Republican from Louisiana, Google's three senators call for answers to …

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Smartphone videos can now be analyzed to find a shooter

Carnegie Mellon University researchers have developed a system that accurately pinpoints a video-based shooter to record just three smartphones. Gif : Carnegie Mellon University [194559004] Complex Microphone arrays are often used by law enforcement and military authorities to quickly determine where the resulting firing sounds are. Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University however, have found that videos taken with smartphones can …

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Alphabet's Loon characters work with Telefonica to provide internet access to remote parts of the Amazon TechCrunch

Alphabet-owned company Loon, which uses its stratospheric technology to connect to the Internet on Earth, has signed a new trade agreement with Telefonica's Internet para Todos (IpT). The IpT initiative, which is also supported by Facebook and the Development Bank of Latin America, aims to enable users in remote locations across Latin America to connect to the Internet, and as …

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Anthem finally costs what it's worth in this amazing Amazon deal

BioWare's Anthem has had some difficult months since its release in February of this year, leading to bad sales and disappointed players. With arguments that his endgame content is weak, his loot system is broken, and his story is not up-to-date compared to previous narrative BioWare RPGs, the developer struggled to reclaim the hearts of those who initially were impressed …

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Russia's "Sandworm" hackers also targeted Android phones

Government-funded hackers in Russia, known as Sandworm, have launched some of the most aggressive and disturbing cyberattacks in history: intruders who infiltrated malware into US electricity providers in 2014, operations that triggered blackouts in Ukraine – not only once, but ultimately twice NotPetya, the most expensive cyberattack ever. However, according to Google, some of Sandworm's quieter activities have gone unnoticed …

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Scientists find sugar in meteorites, let me lick them now

According to a new study, researchers found evidence of sugar molecules in primitive meteorites. Well, if you want, I want to try the rocks. Yes, I understand that sugar is a family of molecules that consists of more than just the sucrose molecules that make my coffee a little more exciting. In fact, ribose, one of the sugar molecules on …

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