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Pope Francis admitted Saturday that he can sometimes struggle with modern technology while joking that both he and his predecessor are on the “waiting list” for sainthood. Read Full Article at RT.com
Pope sex abuse council appoints TJHC chair News24.com | Vatican revives pope's sexual abuse panel Chile Church Abuse Victim: Story Finally Heard 
Some new, tiny pacemakers are making headway around the world. One type is keeping 15,000 people's hearts beating in 40 countries, according to the manufacturer. Studies show these small pacemakers are safe. And, as VOA's Carol Pearson reports, doctors expect the technology will help more heart patients over time.
Is anything being done about blood-eating hospital bug? Driven From Island Homes by Storms, Dialysis Patients Can Do Little but Wait 
Four automakers in Japan, including Mitsubishi and Isuzu, have road-tested a form of driverless technology. The big rigs are all equipped with a type of adaptive cruise-control system as a step toward removing the one feature you'd expect to see in the cab: a driver. Arash Arabasadi reports.
Katie Price catches the train after 'driving ban' 
Dubai Judicial Institute (DJI) has announced the release of the eighth edition of its ‘Emirates Law, Business & Practice’ magazine, which focuses on the regulation and quality of technology in the UAE and abroad. The magazine includes a comprehensive media interview on this important subject with His Excellency Talal Belhoul,
Supreme Court asks Delhi High Court to allow judicial officers to take up exam meant for ADJs Eighth-grader Javaughn Hannah a rising basketball star Fearne Cotton parties with beau Jesse Wood at LFW 
February 18, 2018 12:37 PMSINGAPORE - Singaporeans will be hoping for a "big red packet" from Monday's budget - but what is more important is helping companies improve their technology and workforce, Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean said on Sunday (Feb 18).
Author: AFPSun, 2018-02-18 04:55ID: 1518927952495880200SAN FRANCISCO: Triumphant in online retail, cloud computing, organic groceries, and streaming television, Amazon founder and chief disruptor Jeff Bezos is turning his seemingly limitless ambition to health care.Amazon, launched as an Internet bookseller nearly 24 years ago, has branched into offerings including voice-commanded speakers infused with Alexa
Amazon ambitions seem boundless as online retailer turns to health care Amazon's ambitions seem boundless after stunning growth streak After stunning growth streak, Amazon ambitions seem... 
The alleged Russian campaign to manipulate the U.S. presidential election was orchestrated by what amounted to a propaganda startup, with finance and graphics departments, performance targets and a sophisticated social-media strategy.
Facebook advertising VP says ‘Russian meddling’ didn’t aim to sway the election Russian indictment lays out how they financed "sophisticated operation" in the U.S., ex-federal prosecutor says How did the Russians allegedly interfere? 
College of the Desert (COD) is pleased to participate in the 7th Annual Gulf Education Conference at the prestigious University of Business and Technology in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on 20-21 February.  COD is a thriving community college located in exciting Southern California.  Surrounded by majestic mountains, covered in lush palm trees,
MIDEAST STOCKS-Most major Gulf bourses edge up, Shuaa... IOC to facilitate North Korea’s participation in Tokyo 2020 Games McGraw-Hill Education appoints Obeikan Education as its exclusive distributor in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 
February 18, 2018 5:00 AMStandardised taxis fitted with smart technology for drivers and elder-friendly features for passengers could be in the works if the National Taxi Association (NTA) has its way.
A home of their own, for 3,000 tenants of rental flats Robinson, Alexander-Walker spark Virginia Tech's blowout win 
It's hard to say who among the incredible cast of characters in Black Panther reigns supreme. But if you ask this writer, there's be no question: Shuri, T'Challa's 16-year-old sister and badass princess of Wakanda, deserves to be crowned queen of the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe.Aside from her sheer show-stealing
Twitter bots post fake claims of white people being assaulted to deter 'Black Panther' viewings 'Black Panther' is phenomenal: Oprah Winfrey Reports surface of Twitter trolls posting fake images of violence at "Black Panther" 
TICO aims to increase benefit from applied research, patents, and link them to industry, societyThe post Zewail City launches first phase of technology pyramid  appeared first on Daily News Egypt.
Last year, the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (TPH) developed a tablet-based tool to improve diagnosis and treatment of children under the age of five. According to a TPH press release on Thursday, the technology is now ready for scale-up following successful pilot projects in Nigeria and Afghanistan. The
MAFS experts blindsided by Davina and Deans affair MAFS experts blindsighted by Davina and Deans affair Nigeria: Boko Haram blamed as suicide blasts kill 19 
This start-up's pilot customer requested that the founder live in a nursing home for 3 months. So he moved right in.
Chinese New Year marks start of the Year of the Dog (honest, just and loyal) 
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As the construction industry faces a skilled labor shortage, tools like Construction Robotics SAM 100 could bridge the workforce gap.
Scientists create human-sheep chimera with hopes of affordable organ transplants Bricklaying robots could build your next home 
Airbag technology originally designed to protect motorcycle riders is now being used by downhill skiers. This wearable airbag by Dainese automatically deploys when it senses a crash.
CNET's LED Buying Guide makes sense of the light bulb aisle video - CNET This airbag helps protect Olympic skiers from crashes - CNET Swiss Olympic athletes hit by norovirus cleared to train 

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