Dynamic calculation model could significantly improve colon cancer diagnosis

Interval cancer is the term used for colorectal cancer that develops after a screening colonoscopy but before the scheduled follow-up colonoscopy. These cancers are probably more frequent than assumed, especially in high-risk patients who have been found to have an initially benign but advanced adenoma. In a study now published in the journal Gut, Elisabeth […]

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Apple’s iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini cost $30 extra for anyone who’s not an AT&T or Verizon customer

Apple just announced that its iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini will start at $799 and $699, respectively, but there’s a big asterisk attached: those starting prices are only for Verizon and AT&T customers in the US. Everyone else — whether that’s T-Mobile or Sprint customers or even someone just looking for an unlocked device […]

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Top ‘Wi-Fi etiquette rules’ include always asking before using someone else’s broadband

Sending large files and opening ‘dodgy’ links when connected to someone else’s network are among the top ‘Wi-Fi-faux pas’, new research has revealed. A study of 2,000 adults discovered the ‘rules’ everyone should follow, with not using their phone to go online at a dinner table and not changing someone’s password also featuring. Others believe […]

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Go read about how Facebook bends its rules for world leaders

Facebook is a basically unprecedented piece of technology. Every month, a single platform gives over 2.5 billion people a specially curated selection of advertisements, status updates from friends and family, and automated suggestions for making new connections. Critics often focus — fairly — on that combination of scale and automation, arguing that Facebook’s algorithms promote […]

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