Amazon Echo Lineup Expands, With a New Focus on Audio Quality

  1. Amazon Echo Lineup Expands, With a New Focus on Audio Quality  ConsumerReports.org
  2. New Amazon Echo Alexa Devices Make Smart Houses Smart Homes  Geek
  3. Alexa is Now Even Smarter—New Features Help Make Everyday Life More Convenient, Safe, and Entertaining  Odessa American
  4. Opinion: Smart speakers are still pretty dumb — here’s what needs to happen  MarketWatch
  5. Amazon Launches New Echo Dot, Echo Show, Echo Auto: Alexa Will Be Everywhere  Forbes
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Google Pixel 3 XL gets a high-quality unboxing w/ accessories and #teampixel stickers [Video]

  1. Google Pixel 3 XL gets a high-quality unboxing w/ accessories and #teampixel stickers [Video]  9to5Google
  2. Google Pixel 3 XL Leaks Again With Detailed And Sexy Unboxing Video  Hot Hardware
  3. [Camera Samples Included]Google Pixel 3: Everything you need to know  TechDefinite (press release)
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With the Pixel Watch closer to release, Google is enforcing new Wear OS app quality guidelines

  1. With the Pixel Watch closer to release, Google is enforcing new Wear OS app quality guidelines  Phone Arena
  2. Google Play Store now lets users decide how to download apps  SlashGear
  3. Google reportedly working on health and fitness assistant called Google Coach  BGR
  4. Exclusive: Google is developing a wearable health and fitness assistant called ‘Google Coach’ – Android Police  Android Police
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New study finds fake, low-quality medicines prevalent in the developing world

A new study found that substandard and falsified medicines, including medicines to treat malaria, are a serious problem in much of the world. In low- and middle-income countries, more than 13 percent of the essential medicines that satisfy the priority health care needs of the population fall in this category. When looking specifically at African countries, the portion of substandard and falsified medicines rises to almost 19 percent.
Source: Science Daily

New study finds fake, low-quality medicines prevalent in the developing world

A new study found that substandard and falsified medicines, including medicines to treat malaria, are a serious problem in much of the world. In low- and middle-income countries, more than 13 percent of the essential medicines that satisfy the priority health care needs of the population fall in this category. When looking specifically at African countries, the portion of substandard and falsified medicines rises to almost 19 percent.
Source: Science Daily

Better methods improve measurements of recreational water quality

The concentration of enterococci, bacteria that thrive in feces, has long been the federal standard for determining water quality. Researchers have now shown that the greatest influences on that concentration are the quantity of mammalian feces in the water, and the numbers of enterococci that glom onto floating particulate matter.
Source: Science Daily