FitByte glasses designed to keep an eye on your diet

Keeping a journal of what and when you eat is one of the standard ways of tracking your diet. That said, it's a rather inexact method, which is why scientists are creating an eyeglasses-based system that may do the job more accurately.

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Telerobotics tech designed to give surgeons a lighter touch

Telerobotic systems already allow surgeons in one location to control robotic surgical tools in another, so they can perform operations at a distance. A new proximity-sensing system, however, could make such procedures safer and more precise.

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Artificial intelligence is predicting coronavirus outbreaks before they start

Artificial intelligence has played a central role in the fight against the coronavirus. Cotiviti has leveraged AI to predict COVID-19 hot spots around the country before an outbreak happens. As…

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Review: 2020 BMW X7 M50i brings muscle to the big Bimmer

The X7 is BMW’s big, three-row sport utility and has been the largest offering from the company in terms of family haulers. Often forgotten as the less exciting of the Bimmers, the X7 gets a muscular upgrade in the 2020 M50i model. After a week, we developed a love-hate relationship with it.

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Interested in DevOps? Join this Twitch stream delivered in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Developers are creating in-game swag for this day-long conference that will cover serverless computing, mob programming, and resilience during the coronavirus. In about a month, a joke on Twitter turned…

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Study reveals massive yearly ice loss in the Antarctic and Greenland

A new paper has revealed that Greenland and the Antarctic have lost a staggering amount of mass from their ice sheets over the last 16 years thanks to climate change, and that the melting has contributed to sea level rise.

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