Ciitizen raises $17 million to give cancer patients better control over their health records – TechCrunch

Ciitizen raises $17 million to give cancer patients better control over their health records – TechCrunch

Ciitizen, the company founded by the creators of Gliimpse (an Apple acquisition that’s been incorporated into the company’s HealthKit) which is developing tools to help patients organize and share their medical records, has raised $17 million in new funding. Ciitizen, like Gliimpse before it, is an attempt to break down the barriers that keep patients from being able to record, store, and share their healthcare information with whomever they want in their quest for treatment. The digitization of health records

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Trump’s media bias poll might be the most biased thing I’ve read in 2019

Trump's media bias poll might be the most biased thing I've read in 2019

President Trump continues to fire shots at the press, claiming biased coverage, misrepresented facts, and sometimes entirely made-up stories. In what can only be described as a war on traditional media, Trump continued his assault with a poll on media bias that, ironically, might be the most biased line of questioning this reporter has ever laid eyes on. The line of questioning would also suggest that this is less a poll and more an attempt to ignite Trump’s base in

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Antibiotics Are Failing Us. Crispr Is Our Glimmer of Hope

Antibiotics Are Failing Us. Crispr Is Our Glimmer of Hope

Humans and antibiotics have had a good run. These “miracle” molecules have saved millions of lives and and alleviated incalculable suffering around the globe. But in the last few decades, as millions of tons of antibiotics were indiscriminately pumped into humans (and farm animals), the pace of bacterial evolution began to outstrip pharmaceutical innovation. Today, nearly every disease-causing bacteria has acquired defenses against these drugs. As the world’s armory of effective medicines draws down, humans are running out of time

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Rumors of Intel looking to acquire AMD again seem doubtful

Rumors of Intel looking to acquire AMD again seem doubtful

Last year, Intel poached a portion of AMD’s graphics department talent, and now Team Blue may well buy the whole red company this year. At least that’s the going rumor according to the EETimes, which claims to have picked up word that Intel may acquire AMD from a few C-Level executives at the company. However, this all seems unlikely to happen for a number of reasons, if you ask us. This is hardly the first time Intel has been rumored

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Planet RIX-13 (Game) – Giant Bomb

Planet RIX-13 (Game) - Giant Bomb

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CERN’s plan for 100-km collider makes the LHC look like a hula hoop – TechCrunch

CERN’s plan for 100-km collider makes the LHC look like a hula hoop – TechCrunch

The Large Hadron Collider has produced a great deal of incredible science, most famously the Higgs Boson — but physicists at CERN, the international organization behind the LHC, are already looking forward to the next model. And the proposed Future Circular Collider, at 100 kilometers or 62 miles around, would be quite an upgrade. The idea isn’t new; CERN has had people looking into it for years. But the conceptual design report issued today shows that all that consulting hasn’t

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Kano to launch Star Wars programming kit later this year

Kano to launch Star Wars programming kit later this year

Disney: if it can get stick a logo on something and then train an army of Chinese teenagers to manufacture it en-masse, it’ll do so. This has been to the dismay of Star Wars fans, who have seen their once-beloved franchise diluted with a plethora of plastic tat which, no doubt, will eventually find its way into the marine food system. Goddammit, I’m cynical. Perhaps I shouldn’t be, because there is some genuinely good Star Wars merchandise out there. One

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So You Want to Harness Evaporation From a Manmade Lake

So You Want to Harness Evaporation From a Manmade Lake

Sometimes you come across crazy stuff on the internet. Just check out the Qattara Depression Project; the basic idea is to create a channel to let water from the Mediterranean Sea flow into the Qattara Depression, a giant low-lying area in Egypt. This would create an enormous artificial lake that would change the local climate. It’s a prime example of a massive geoengineering project. The project never got underway, probably because it would be too expensive. But I don’t want

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Nokia 9 PureView tipped to arrive ahead of MWC 2019

Nokia 9 PureView tipped to arrive ahead of MWC 2019

The Nokia 9 PureView launch could be just a few weeks away, with a new leak regarding the five-camera handset suggesting it will be revealed before MWC 2019. The huge mobile show – MWC 2019 – kicks off in Barcelona, Spain on February 25, and according to GizChina the firm behind the Android-toting Nokias (HMD Global) wants to launch its new flagship phone before the event gets underway, so it doesn’t get lost in the noise. We’ve already learned that

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