Daily Archives: May 25, 2018

Wall Street exec backs train service for mini trips

Travelers going between Miami along with West Palm Beach, Florida, just got more options: a rail service. Brightline, the only privately owned along with operated passenger rail from the U.S., opened its second travel route in Florida on May 19. The company’s owner, Wesley Edens, told CNBC of which the railway is usually perfect for those trips of which are ...

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Researchers are working on an electronic pill you can take to see if you’re sick or not

Probing the depths of our digestive system can require special equipment in addition to can be, inside very least, messy. However, a team of Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers have created a battery-powered capsule which, when swallowed, passes through the digestive system, sending information wirelessly to a smartphone or computer. A test showed the “pill,” or an ingestible micro-bio-electronic device, ...

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Facebook Can’t Master The Corporate Apology

Via Facebook A screengrab coming from Facebook’s ‘Here Together’ ad. If you’ve been watching the NBA playoffs along with paying attention during commercial breaks, you may have noticed a trio of multi-billion dollar companies buying expensive air time to say ‘we’re sorry.’ The ads were bought by three California companies all trying to bounce back coming from a series of ...

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BBY, MDT, HRL, MCK, DEO, FOXA, F, GM & more

Check out the companies generating headlines before the bell: Best Buy – The electronics retailer earned an adjusted 82 cents per share for the first quarter, 8 cents a share above estimates, with revenue also exceeding forecasts. Best Buy reported a comparable store sales increase of 7.1 percent, well above the consensus Thomson Reuters forecast of a 3.0 percent increase. ...

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Self-cloning Asian tick causing worry in completely new Jersey

Epidemics of vector-borne pathogens have risen dramatically in recent years, as we have witnessed the introduction of Zika along with West Nile viruses inside U.S., Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever in Southwestern Europe, along with the continuous emergence of Lyme disease throughout the Northeast of the U.S. along with central Europe. Ticks are the most important vectors for infectious diseases inside Northern ...

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