How smartphone apps could help keep health records accurate

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Ben Moscovitch Contributor Share on Twitter Robert S. Rudin is an information scientist with the nonprofit, nonpartisan RAND Corporation. Suppose the next time you go to a new doctor’s office, you wouldn’t have to balance a clipboard on your knee, write down your whole medical history, remember the five-syllable name of every medication you’re taking and list […]

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Android isn’t even trying to design interesting phones anymore

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This isn't the iPhone X. It's the Noa N10, an Android phone that's so clearly a ripoff of Apple's $1,000 flagship.Image: stan schroeder/mashable We’re barely two months into 2018, and one thing’s already very clear: Most new Android phone released this year will be iPhone X knockoffs. Looking at the crop of news phones, Android […]

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Are smartphones really making our children sad?

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US psychologist Jean Twenge, who has claimed that social media is having a malign affect on the young, answers critics who accuse her of crying wolf Last week, the childrens commissioner, Anne Longfield, responded to the campaign. The assumption that time online or in front of a screen is life wasted needs challenging. It is […]

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Samsungs Galaxy S8 is now on sale in the U.S., Canada and Korea with more launches to come

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If youve been holding out patiently for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, Samsungs newest flagship devices, then your wait may soon be over after the phones went on sale in an initial four markets. Samsung is starting sales in the U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico and Korea today (Friday), with expansions to other countries coming […]

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