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Airports, Prisoners & Hospital Patients: Today's Top Stories on Internet of Things

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The Internet of Things, the growth and bringing online of sensor data to create a foundation for innovation, is expected to be a big trend in 2010. ReadWriteWeb has been covering it extensively and we offer below the three top stories in Internet of Things over the last 24 hours,...
Airports, Prisoners & Hospital Patients: Today's Top Stories on Internet of Things
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Letters: Sunday Dialogue: A New School Schedule?

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Readers react to a proposal for a longer school year and day.    ...
Letters: Sunday Dialogue: A New School Schedule?
IBM vastly improves delivery of nanomeds that kill bacteria where antibiotics fails

DailyDirt: Robots Are Stealing Our Jobs

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Robots are moving towards taking over more tasks that are boring and/or unpleasant for people to do. Some folks are concerned that robots will replace too many human jobs, but it'll take some time before robots are cheap enough to really replace a lot of people. Still, it really is...
DailyDirt: Robots Are Stealing Our Jobs

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Autonomous Robots Coming To U.S. Hospitals

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The FDA has just approved iRobot's RP-VITA, an autonomous medical robot which interacts with patients, for use in American hospitals. The FDA approved the country's first human-interacting autonomous robot for hospitals on Thursday. The RP-VITA, made by iRobot (best known to consumers as the makers of the Roomba) and...
Autonomous Robots Coming To U.S. Hospitals

Nurse cleared of Stepping Hill poisoning sues police

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Rebecca Leighton is claiming aggravated damages from Greater Manchester police for breach of privacy and negligenceA nurse cleared of poisoning hospital patients is suing the police for up to £100,000 after officers allegedly leaked her name to the media and made public her private Facebook account.Rebecca Leighton was arrested by...
Nurse cleared of Stepping Hill poisoning sues police

Researchers create ingestible pill-sized 3D camera to help prevent cancer

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This tiny 3D camera the size of a pill, designed to help doctors find pre-cancerous tissue in the esophagus, will help save countless lives. With this new technique developed by Massachusetts General Hospital, patients don't require any sedation. Getting the camera down the throat is as simple as swallowing it...
Researchers create ingestible pill-sized 3D camera to help prevent cancer
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