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Comic for December 10, 2018

Dilbert - December 11, 2018 - 12:59am
Categories: Geek

Did you know that iOS ad clicks cost more than Android? These scammers did

The Register - 46 min 33 sec ago
Malware hides cheap Android clicks as high-end Apple traffic

An enterprising malware writer has been masquerading infected Android devices as Apple gear in order to make a few extra bucks.…

Just pee in a cup for bladder cancer detection

Ars Technica - 55 min 28 sec ago

Enlarge (credit: Getty | UniversalImagesGroup )

Bladder cancer is among the most common and deadly of cancers. Because of its high recurrence rate (50-80 percent), patients must be monitored frequently for recurrence or progression of the disease. This monitoring currently consists of visual analysis of cells taken from the patient's bladder. It is uncomfortable, it is expensive, and it is not even especially accurate, detecting only around 60 percent of low-grade tumors.

Now, scientists have figured out how to use atomic force microscopy (AFM) to detect bladder cancer in urine samples. By analyzing only five cells, it can achieve 94 percent accuracy.

Use the force

Atomic force microscopy differs from optical microscopy in that it doesn't produce an image of the sample. Instead, a probe scans the sample and produces a topographical map of its surface with nanoscale resolution. In engineering, atomic force microscopy is usually used to describe surfaces like ceramic and glass, as it can analyze different properties of the surface, like its roughness, fractal nature, or magnetic behavior.

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First Sonic the Hedgehog movie poster releases, inspires nightmares - CNET

cNET.com - News - 1 hour 3 min ago
Commentary: The silhouette of Sega’s mascot is running through the uncanny valley

What is the Future of Office Spaces?

Slashdot - 1 hour 15 min ago
Categories: Geek, Opinion

Start-Ups Aren't Cool Anymore

Slashdot - 1 hour 15 min ago
Categories: Geek, Opinion

Japan is Giving Away Free Houses

Slashdot - 1 hour 15 min ago
Categories: Geek, Opinion

Qualcomm says a Chinese court has banned sales of older iPhones nationwide

Ars Technica - 1 hour 20 min ago

Enlarge / A Chinese woman reacts while setting up the facial recognition feature on her iPhone X inside an Apple showroom in Beijing in 2017. Qualcomm says a Chinese court has banned iPhone X sales in China. (credit: FRED DUFOUR/AFP/Getty Images)

Qualcomm says it has scored an important victory in its long-running global patent battle with Apple over patent rights. According to Qualcomm, a Chinese court ruled that several recent iPhone models infringe multiple Qualcomm software patents and has ordered a ban on iPhone sales. Apple says it has already appealed the ruling.

The ruling occurred on November 30, but Qualcomm announced the ruling today.

Apple has downplayed the ruling's significance, telling media outlets that the ban has not yet taken effect and that it only applies to older versions of iOS software, not to the current version, iOS 12. The ruling also only applies to older iPhone models—including the iPhone 8 and iPhone X—but not to the iPhone XS and XR.

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