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IBM forms medical-imaging collaborative to battle major diseases     – CNET
IBM IBM is using the power of its Watson supercomputer, “cognitive imaging” and artificial intelligence to help doctors better diagnose patients facing major diseases. The tech giant on Wednesday announced its Watson Health medical-imaging collaborative, which includes 16 members from health systems, academic medical centers and imaging-tech vendors. IBM... Read more
Circle takes $60M to grow its social payments biz globally, as it steps into China
How do you compete with China’s homegrown social payments giants? Veteran entrepreneur Jeremy Allaire, co-founder of US based social payments app Circle, reckons you don’t; not like for like in the domestic Chinese market. Which is really the sensible view, given that WeChat Pay was already seeing some $50 billion in monthly transaction volume... Read more
Creationists are Mad About Google Doodle Depicting Evolution
Daesh (the so-called “Islamic State”) probably isn’t very happy either If there’s one thing America’s most dogmatic evangelists (comprised of a diverse cadre of Muslims, Christians, etc.) and Daesh (aka “the Islamic State”) can agree on it’s that evolutionary theory is surely the work of the devil — or so... Read more
Amazon Video is now the third-largest streaming service by bandwidth usage
Netflix and YouTube account for more than half of all bandwidth usage for streaming video, but one often overlooked contender is starting to creep up the charts. According to Sandvine, a broadband services company that monitors Internet usage numbers, Amazon Video accounted for 4.3% of downstream internet traffic during... Read more
Dropbox for Android 7.2.8
Dropbox works just like any other folder on your computer, but with a few differences. Here’s how it works: Drag and drop to move files around, just like you normally would Any files or folders inside Dropbox will get synchronized to Dropbox’s servers and any other computer linked... Read more
With Ghostbot, you don't have to deal with persistent texters who can't take a hint
In today’s connected society, text message etiquette can be a tricky minefield – especially when it comes to rejecting amorous advances. But an answer may be at hand with a program from the makers of Burner, an app that lets users create and destroy new phone numbers. With the... Read more
Rocket League Collector's Edition – What You Should Know
One of the best finds of last year, cars meet football game Rocket League has continued to evolve since our last detailed discussion about how to become a pro. It brought about a host of changes in January this year, then arrived on the Xbox One a month later,... Read more
How do VCs decide which tech companies to back?
A lot of the entrepreneurs I meet have a fascination with the way venture capital firms actually work. One part of this fascination is a healthy, rational interest in how their companies get discovered and analysed, and how investment decisions that affect them get made.  Another part of it... Read more
London election debate shows tech doesn’t exist separate from society
Five of the London mayoral candidates gathered yesterday to debate the city’s fastest-growing sector: technology. All of them were keen to woo the techie crowd at Here East, a ‘digital campus’ in the former Olympic Park: frontrunners Sadiq Khan and Zac Goldsmith but also Sian Berry (Green), Caroline Pidgeon... Read more
Dropbox enhances its productivity tools across the board
Dropbox just dumped a ton of new productivity features on users of its file storage and collaboration service that are all aimed at making it easier for people to get work done within its applications.  Updates to the Dropbox app for iOS allow users to scan documents directly into... Read more