New Leak Suggests Next Fitbit Charge Will Skip the One Feature It Really Needs

  1. New Leak Suggests Next Fitbit Charge Will Skip the One Feature It Really Needs  Gizmodo
  2. Fitbit’s Charge 3 might include a full touchscreen and new smartwatch-like features  The Verge
  3. Fitbit Charge 3 may bring welcome changes like a touchscreen, waterproofing  CNET
  4. Massive Fitbit Charge 3 leak points to touchscreen and waterproofing  Android Authority
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Kellyanne Conway's husband suggests Trump makes false statements, attacks both allies and his own employees

  1. Kellyanne Conway’s husband suggests Trump makes false statements, attacks both allies and his own employees  CNN
  2. Sarah Huckabee Sanders says she ‘can’t guarantee’ that we’ll never hear a recording of Trump saying the N-word  Business Insider
  3. Can Trump use NDAs to prevent White House staffers like Omarosa from criticizing him?  NBCNews.com
  4. The White House’s Striking Equivocation on a Trump N-Word Tape  The Atlantic
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Nvidia teaser suggests 'RTX 2080' GPU is launching next week

  1. Nvidia teaser suggests ‘RTX 2080’ GPU is launching next week  The Verge
  2. NVIDIA Reveals Next-Gen Turing GPU Architecture: NVIDIA Doubles-Down on Ray Tracing, GDDR6, & More  AnandTech
  3. Nvidia unveils Turing architecture, providing a glimpse inside the next GeForce cards  PC Gamer
  4. Graphics Cards for Pro Design Workstations | NVIDIA Quadro  Nvidia
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In leaked recording, key House Republican suggests GOP must keep House to protect Trump from Mueller

  1. In leaked recording, key House Republican suggests GOP must keep House to protect Trump from Mueller  CNN
  2. Secret recording shows GOP’s Nunes saying Rosenstein impeachment would delay Supreme Court pick  NBCNews.com
  3. In leaked audio, Devin Nunes makes strong case for Democratic Congress  Washington Post
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Government-backed research suggests millions of smartphones have built-in security flaws

  1. Government-backed research suggests millions of smartphones have built-in security flaws  BGR
  2. Dept of Homeland Security discovers security flaws in millions of US smartphones  9to5Mac
  3. Security Flaws Found in Millions of Smartphones, Including iPhone  The Mac Observer
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Regular lie-ins are worse than getting too little sleep, study suggests 

Regular lie-ins are worse than getting too little sleep, study suggests Having regular lie-ins is worse for the body than getting too little sleep, new research suggests. Scientists have known for some time that not getting enough sleep increases the risk of a string of health complaints such as high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity and diabetes. But a new review led by Keele University in Staffordshire, found that people who slept for an average of ten hours a night were 30 per cent more likely to die early than those who only slept for seven hours. Current recommendations suggest that adults should sleep for eight hours a night and although the precise benefits of sleep are still unknown experts believe it gives the body a chance to repair cells and blood vessels, clear out waste and boost the immune system. However it was generally thought that too little sleep was far worse than too much. But the new review of 74 studies involving three million people shows the opposite is true. A to zzz | Tips for better sleep The research found that a sleep duration of ten hours were 56 per cent more likely to suffer a stroke, at 49 per cent increased risk of dying from cardiovascular disease and a 44 per cent increase in coronary heart disease. Lead researcher Dr Chun Shing Kwok, working with Professor Mamas Mamas at Keele University’s Institute for Science and Technology in Medicine, said: “Sleep affects everyone. “The amount and quality of our sleep is complex. There are cultural, social, psychological, behavioural, pathophysiological and environmental influences on our sleep such as the need to care for children or family members, irregular working shift patterns, physical or mental illness, and the 24-hour availability of commodities in modern society. “This research began because we were interested to know if it was more harmful to sleep below or beyond the recommended sleep duration of seven to eight hours.” Too much sleep increases the risk of an early death or stroke Credit: Getty Images Contributor  The analysis suggests that excessive sleep patterns could be a marker of increased cardiovascular risk. The results show that sleeping for longer than the recommended duration of seven or eight hours may be associated with a moderate degree of harm, compared to those who sleep for shorter durations. “Our study has an important public health impact in that it shows that excessive sleep is a marker of elevated cardiovascular risk,” added Dr Kwok. “Our findings have important implications as clinicians should have greater consideration for exploring sleep duration and quality during consultations. “If excessive sleep patterns are found, particularly prolonged durations of eight hours or more, then clinicians should consider screening for adverse cardiovascular risk factors and obstructive sleep apnea, which is a serious sleep disorder that occurs when a person’s breathing is interrupted during sleep.” It is unclear why oversleeping is bad for health. Some studies have suggested that it changes the production of brain chemicals such as serotonin or dopamine which can lead to depression. Lying in the same position for too long can also weaken muscles, leading to back and joint pain. It could also cause circadian disruptions which stop the body from functioning correctly.  However the researchers cautioned that they had not ruled out the possibility that underlying physical or mental health conditions could be triggering too much sleep. Many depressed people, for example, use sleep as a means of escape. The study, which also involved researchers from the universities of Leeds, Manchester and East Anglia, was published in the Journal of the American Heart Association. Read more | Sleep


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Google Pixel 3 Devices To Arrive On October 4, Ad Suggests

  1. Google Pixel 3 Devices To Arrive On October 4, Ad Suggests  Android Headlines
  2. Pixel 3 launch date leaked by Google itself  SlashGear
  3. Pixel 3 launch date: what to expect  Android Community
  4. Google Pixel 3 XL – Geekbench Browser  Geekbench Browser
  5. BREAKING NEWS: Google ACCIDENTALLY LEAKS the PIXEL 3 RELEASE DATE  YouTube
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Ginsburg suggests she'll stay on Supreme Court 'at least' 5 more years

  1. Ginsburg suggests she’ll stay on Supreme Court ‘at least’ 5 more years  NBCNews.com
  2. Ginsburg hopes to serve ‘at least’ five more years on Supreme Court  Fox News
  3. Ruth Bader Ginsburg aims to serve “at least five more years” on Supreme Court  CBS News
  4. ‘Flaming feminist’ Ruth Bader Ginsburg wants five more years – at least  The Guardian
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Rename Austin? A report suggests taking a closer look at city's Confederate legacy

  1. Rename Austin? A report suggests taking a closer look at city’s Confederate legacy  CNN
  2. Austin Considering Renaming City to Depart From Confederate History  Newsweek
  3. Austin Government Report on Confederate Monuments Proposes Renaming City  The Epoch Times
  4. City report on Confederate monuments raises idea of renaming Austin  MyStatesman.com
  5. Austin considers renaming the CITY because the Texas founding father opposed banning slavery when the state was …  Daily Mail
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New Apple iPad Pro Leak Suggests Face ID, Slimmer Bezel, Ditching Headphone Jack

  1. New Apple iPad Pro Leak Suggests Face ID, Slimmer Bezel, Ditching Headphone Jack  Forbes
  2. A new report claims that the next iPad Pros might shrink and lose their headphone jacks  The Verge
  3. This week’s top stories: Apple’s fix for MacBook Pro throttling, iPhone color rumors, more  9to5Mac
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