Sure, Apple may have announced three new iPhones, a new MacBook Air, and the new iPad Pro this year, but the most important product is the company’s Apple Watch Series 4. It was just last night that Apple activated the Watch’s electrocardiogram (ECG) feature, and it appears to already be saving lives. Redditor u/edentel posted his experience today after receiving an alert on his Apple watch indicating he may have atrial fibrillation – afib for short – and decided to go to the doctor. The Doctor confirmed the Watch’s reading, saying “this probably saved you.” The post is worth reading in its… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple Watch,Apple
When multiple factions of a blockchain community are at war with each other and a hard fork is attempted, unusual things can happen Forks are a core part of the blockchain experience. They are akin to a systems upgrade. To “fork” the chain is to change the software that makes the blockchain operate. Depending on […]
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