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A team of scientists in Switzerland have developed the world’s smallest medical implant that will monitor chemicals in the blood. It will monitor five indications that you’ve had a heart attack. It’s 14mm and it uses Bluetooth to send data to your smartphone so you can track it.
The device will also track glucose and other valuable data. A battery patch is placed on your body, that will charge the device to keep it powered up.
Imagine your favorite webpage into a 3D Maze…well Google Chrome is all you have to install (on your smartphone and computer), in order to make it happen.
Next, simply enter a special URL, choose the website gameboard and start playing. It’s so cool to navigate through your webpage as if it’s a game. Give it a try, you’ll like it.
Google Keep( Google’s note taking and syncing service) has come to full release for the masses. Anyone that knows me, knows if it’s Google I’m “all in”. Well, not this time. I have Google Keep and I’ll learn it. However, Evernote is so much more mature as software and an app, that I’m no where close to switching over. Google has to make tagging part of the whole program. If I save a note today, there is no guarantee I’ll remember exactly what I wrote a few weeks from now. I love the tag portion of Evernote so much because I don’t have to remember what the note was, just one word that I may have tagged it with as a reminder. This is just one of several reasons not to switch yet (for a very detailed breakdown check out this article).
Google is pretty darn good at what they do, so I’m sure this is just simply to get it into people hands, and nowhere near the “complete” app. Thinking back, I remember Evernote was not even close to what is now for the first year it was live. So keep an eye on Google Keep, but so far, “Keep” Evernote.
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