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Prostate Cancer Can Be Precisely Diagnosed Using a Urine Test With AI

An anonymous reader Phys.Org: The Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) announced that the collaborative research team led by Dr. Kwan Hyi Lee from the Biomaterials Research Center and Professor In Gab Jeong from Asan Medical Center developed a technique for diagnosing prostate cancer from urine within only 20 minutes with almost 100% accuracy. The research team developed this technique by introducing a smart AI analysis method to an electrical-signal-based ultrasensitive biosensor. A...
Tags: Tech, Lee, Asan Medical Center, Korea Institute of Science and Technology KIST, ACS Nano Read, KIST, Kwan Hyi Lee, Biomaterials Research Center


Amazon Doesn't Have to Restore Parler's Web Service, Judge Rules

A federal judge on Thursday refused Parler’s motion for a preliminary injunction to force Amazon to immediately restore web services for the far-right social network.Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Science, Technology, Computing, App Store, World Wide Web, Amazon Doesn, Gab, Parler, Conservatism In The United States


Alphabet puts an end to internet balloon venture “loon” that beams internet from high-altitude balloons

Google parent Alphabet called the project non-sustainable. The post Alphabet puts an end to internet balloon venture “loon” that beams internet from high-altitude balloons appeared first on NextBigWhat.
Tags: Google, Business, Business News, News on Chai


Google threatens to close its search engine in Australia over the media-payment law

“We don’t respond to threats,” says Australia PM Scott Morrison. The post Google threatens to close its search engine in Australia over the media-payment law appeared first on NextBigWhat.
Tags: Google, Business, Australia, Tech News, Scott Morrison, Global News, News on Chai


Google threatens to pull search engine in Australia

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Google on Friday threatened to make its search engine unavailable in Australia if the government went...
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Google says it will shut search engine in Australia if forced to pay for news

The search giant had warned that its 19 million Australian users would face degraded search and YouTube experiences if the new code were enforced
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Google parent firm pops Loon balloon internet project

Alphabet is ending its Loon initiative that used high-altitude internet balloons to provide connectivity to unconnected or under-connected communities.
Tags: Google, News, Internet, Trends, Web, Project Loon, Loon, Alphabet


Google Agrees To Pay French News Sites To Send Them Traffic

Timothy B. Lee reports via Ars Technica: French news sites have prevailed in negotiations with Google over "neighboring rights," a new legal right granted by the 2019 EU Copyright Directive. An agreement between Google and the French news industry "establishes a framework within which Google will negotiate individual licensing agreements" with individual news organizations, according to Google. Under these deals, French news articles will be featured in a new Google product called News Showcase....
Tags: Google, France, Tech, Eu, Timothy B Lee


[VIDEOS] Viral Marketing Examples – 25 Videos

A viral video is every marketer’s dream. It’s a definite way to cut through the noise of the internet. Studies show that social viewers (people who watch shared content rather than videos they’ve found by browsing) are far more likely to buy a product and recommend it to others.  You can get some inspiration by watching the following 25 viral marketing videos – you will enjoy watching them and sharing with your friends: ...
Tags: Travel, Google, Alibaba, Ikea, Lg, Air New Zealand, Video Marketing, Dubai UAE, Knorr, Digital Marketing Courses, SEO International, Kenya Ice Hockey Team Dreams Big Reebok, Dove Felix Baumgartner, Redbull Ultra Reality


6 Tips Every Drone Owner Should Know

Photo by david henrichs on Unsplash Whether you just bought your first drone or you have been flying for a while, it is important to stay current with important tips and tricks to get the most out of your hobby. You may already have some questions you need to be answered, or maybe you don’t even know where to start. No matter where you fall on this spectrum, keep reading! Registering Your Drone The need to register your drone depends on the size that you own. The Federal Aviation Administrati...
Tags: Technology, Drone, Jazz, Faa, FFA, Federal Aviation Administration FAA, Drone Owner


Google threatens to shut down search in Australia if digital news code goes ahead

As Google and Facebook face Senate committee, poll finds three in five Australians agree social media companies should prioritise news in feedsGoogle has threatened to remove its search engine from Australia if a code forcing the company to negotiate payments to news media companies goes ahead, saying the proposal sets a “dangerous precedent”.Last week it was revealed Google was testing removing news sites, including Guardian Australia, from search results for about 1% of its Australian users as...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Australia, Senate, Social Media, Australia news, Digital Media


Google threatens to remove its search engine from Australia if new law goes into effect

If Australia forces it to pay for these links, Google will pull the plug
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Elon Musk is donating $100M to find the best carbon capture technology

Elon Musk said Thursday via a tweet that he will donate $100 million toward a prize for the best carbon capture technology. Musk, who recently surpassed Amazon’s Jeff Bezos to become the world’s richest person, didn’t provide any more details except to add in an accompanying tweet the “details will come next week.” It’s unclear if this is a contribution to another organization that is putting together a prize such as the Xprize or if this is another Musk-led production. Am donating $100M towa...
Tags: Amazon, Spacex, Elon Musk, Science, Tech, Tesla, Xprize, Jeff Bezos, LanzaTech, GreenTech, Musk, CCS, Carbon Engineering, Carbon Engineering Climeworks


Google threatens to withdraw search engine from Australia

The tech giant says it will remove its main search function from Australia if it passes a new law.
Tags: Google, News, Australia


Parler loses fight to force Amazon to restore service

A U.S. judge in Seattle has rejected a demand from Parler that Amazon.com restore web hosting services for the right-wing chat app, terminated after the January 6 assault on the Capitol. On Thursday, U.S. District Judge Barbara Rothstein said Parler would not likely be able to prove that Amazon breached its contract, or violated antitrust law, when it suspended service to Parler on January 10, and that it was "not a close call." — Read the rest
Tags: Amazon, Post, Technology, News, Law, Amazon.com, Tech News, Seattle, Capitol, Barbara Rothstein, Parler


Chinese esports player VSPN closes $60M Series B+ round to boost its international strategy

Esports “total solutions provider” VSPN (Versus Programming Network) has closed a $60 million Series B+ funding round, joined by Prospect Avenue Capital (PAC), Guotai Junan International and Nan Fung Group. VSPN facilitates esports competitions in China, which is a massive industry and has expanded into related areas such as esports venues. It is the principal tournament organizer and broadcaster for a number of top competitions, partnering with more than 70% of China’s esports tournaments. The ...
Tags: Startups, TC, Gaming, Asia, China, Sports, Business Model, Tech, Tencent, PAC, Esports, League Of Legends, Tencent Holdings, Financial Management, Nan Fung Group, Video Gaming


Apple Beige

Look at this amazing artifact of 20th century computing: official Apple Beige touch-up paint for the Apple II. Ben Zotto found this bottle while on a quest to find out the original color of the Apple II. This is the green-inflected cool beige of the original Apple II computer cases. Unlike later models, these first Apple cases were manufactured with a sprayed-on paint finish. Scrapes and other abuse could damage the surface. Hence the need for a touch-up paint, a handy item apparently availa...
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Telehealth startup Hims fell in its public trading debut — and that’s fine with its CEO

Hims & Hers, a San Francisco-based telehealth startup that sells sexual wellness and other health products and services to millennials, began trading publicly today on the NYSE after completing a reverse merger with the blank-check company Oaktree Acquisition Corp. Its shares slipped a bit, ending the day down 5% from where they started, but the company, which was founded in 2017 and now claims nearly 300,000 paying subscribers for its various offerings, has never been focused on a splashy headl...
Tags: Health, TC, Ecommerce, Asia, Ipo, San Francisco, Tech, Middle East, Sexual health, Cnbc, Erectile Dysfunction, Nyse, Bay Area, SPAC, Oaktree, Howard Marks


Twitter's Decentralized Social Network Project Takes a Baby Step Forward

Bluesky, Twitter's decentralized social networking effort, has announced its first major update since 2019. The Verge reports: The Bluesky team released a review of the decentralized web ecosystem and said it's hoping to find a team lead in the coming months. The review follows Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey discussing Bluesky earlier this month, when he called it a "standard for the public conversation layer of the internet." The review outlines a variety of known decentralized systems. It includes Ac...
Tags: Tech, Jack Dorsey, Dorsey, Mastodon, Tim Berners Lee, Bluesky, Eugen Rochko, Christopher Lemmer Webber, Jay Graber, Baby Step Forward, Bluesky Twitter, Paul Frazee, Molly Mackinlay


Google threatens to pull out of Australia

Google says it will have no choice but to make its search engine unavailable in Australia if the government implements a media code that will make it pay for news.That implies the search giant would rather take a multibillion-dollar... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Google, Business, Australia


Google threatens to pull out of Australia, pays up in France

Google says it will have no choice but to make its search engine unavailable in Australia if the government implements a media code that will make it pay for news. Read More Google threatens to pull out of Australia, pays up... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Google, Business, Australia, France


Google’s parent firm is shutting down Loon connectivity project

Google’s parent firm Alphabet is done exploring the idea of using giant balloons to beam high-speed internet in remote parts of the world. The firm said on Thursday evening that it was winding down Loon, a nine-year-old project and a two-and-a-half-year-old spin off firm, after failing to find a sustainable business model and willing partners. The demise of Loon comes a year after Android-maker ended Google Station, its other major connectivity effort to bring internet to the next billion users....
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Space, Spacex, Science, Hardware, Internet, India, Tech, Kenya, Project Loon, Loon, Alphabet, Sub Saharan Africa, Google Station


Alphabet shuts down Loon internet balloon company

Google’s parent firm, Alphabet, is done exploring the idea of using a fleet of balloons to beam high-speed internet in remote parts of the world. The firm said on Thursday evening that it was winding down Loon, a nine-year-old project and a two-and-a-half-year-old spin off firm, after failing to find a sustainable business model and partners for one of its most prominent moonshot projects. The demise of Loon, which assumed spotlight after the project helped restore cell services knocked out by a...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Space, Spacex, Science, Hardware, Internet, India, Tech, Kenya, Project Loon, Loon, Alphabet, Puerto Rico, Sub Saharan Africa


Google’s parent firm is shutting down Loon internet company

Google’s parent firm, Alphabet, is done exploring the idea of using giant balloons to beam high-speed internet in remote parts of the world. The firm said on Thursday evening that it was winding down Loon, a nine-year-old project and a two-and-a-half-year-old spin off firm, after failing to find a sustainable business model and partners. The demise of Loon comes a year after the Android-maker ended Google Station, its other major connectivity effort to bring internet to the next billion users. T...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Space, Spacex, Science, Hardware, Internet, India, Tech, Kenya, Project Loon, Loon, Alphabet, Sub Saharan Africa, Google Station


Google threatens to ban 'search' button in Australia

Google says it will have no choice but to make Google Search unavailable in Australia if the government succeeds in implementing its new media code forcing big tech companies to pay for Australian news content.In a massive escalation... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Google, Business, Australia


Metro expands Micro ride-hailing service to 3 new areas

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced Thursday, Jan. 21, that it is expanding its new ride-hailing service Metro Micro into the Compton/Artesia, El Monte and North Hollywood/Burbank areas starting Monday. Metro Micro will replace Metro’s Mobility on Demand program, which was already operating in the three zones. Each ride-hailing vehicle holds up to 10 passengers, but during the COVID-19 pandemic, capacity will be limited to five passengers. Rides, which must beg...
Tags: Google, Transportation, Business, News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Community, Eric Garcetti, Metro, Los Angeles County, Metro Board, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories Breeze, Top Stories LBPT


Mel Silva's opening statement to the Senate Economics Committee Inquiry

Editor’s Note: Today Google Australia’s Managing Director, Mel Silva, appeared at a public hearing of the Senate Economics Legislation Committee that is reviewing a proposed new law, the News Media Bargaining Code. Read her opening statement below, and find more information about Google and the News Media Bargaining Code in this blog.Thank you, Senators, for your time. I am Mel Silva, Managing Director of Google Australia and New Zealand. I’m joined by Lucinda Longcroft, the Head of Government A...
Tags: Google, Australia, Google Search, New Zealand, Google Australia, Google Search Google, Mel Silva, Senate Economics Committee Inquiry, Senate Economics Legislation Committee, Lucinda Longcroft, Government Affairs and Public Policy for Australia, Search News Showcase


8 Facts about Google and the News Media Bargaining Code

Today we appeared at a public hearing of the Senate Committee that is reviewing a proposed new law, the News Media Bargaining Code. You can read Mel Silva’s opening statement here [LINK].As we said at the hearing, we are committed to reaching a workable Code and see a clear path to getting there, but serious concerns with the current draft remain.Here are some important facts we shared with the Committee at the hearing and in our recent submission: Fact 1: Google supports a fair Code  We’ve been...
Tags: Google, Australia, Wikipedia, Google Search, Sydney, Herald, Committee, Atlassian, Competition Commission, Tim Berners Lee, Senate Committee, Herald Sun, ACCC, Google Google, Scott Farquhar, Vint Cerf


Goodbye and Good Riddance To the 16:9 Aspect Ratio (slashdot)

One of the biggest trends coming out of this year's CES wasn't something people will necessarily notice at first glance unless they look closely. From a report: After enduring years of cramped, "widescreen" laptop displays, it looks like we're finally starting to say goodbye to the 16:9 aspect ratio. [...] The aspect ratios you'll typically see on laptops are 16:9, 3:2, 16:10 (which, for whatever reason, is called 16:10 rather than 8:5), and (occasionally) 4:3. 16:9 is the most common option and...
Tags: News, MSI, Razer, Lenovo, Legion, Msmash, Lenovo Legion


ESPN+’s Multicast: How to use it to watch soccer games galore

One of the best kept secrets about watching soccer on streaming is the Multicast feature that’s included on Apple TV devices. Multicast isn’t new, but it’s a feature that’s a must-have for soccer fans two... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
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