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Daily Archives: December 10, 2015
FDA-Approved Medical Syringe Fills Bullet Wounds In 20 Seconds
A sponge-filled syringe that fills gunshot wounds in as little as 20 seconds could be a promising step toward curbing U.S. gunshot fatalities now that the device, formerly limited to military use, has been approved for use on the general population in America.
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Report: Two-Thirds Of Early Tesla Model S Drivetrains May Fail By 60,000 Miles
Survey data collected by Plug-In America from current early-model Tesla Model S owners has predicted that up to two-thirds of early model electric-drive units may fail by 60,000 miles. If their predictions are even remotely accurate, that’s bad news.
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NY’s First Micro-Apartments Actually Look Kinda Comfortable
LOTS OF APARTMENTS in New York City are micro, but Carmel Place—the prefab building that’s now being leased after two years of development—will be the city’s first official micro-apartment complex. The distinction comes down to zoning: when the Bloomberg Administration announced in 2012 that it wanted to experiment with this new, tiny housing model, the Department of City Planning granted the project a waiver, allowing it to build studios with floor plans smaller than 400 square feet.
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Hacker Lexicon: Malvertising, the Hack That Infects Computers Without a Click
MALVERTISING IS WHEN hackers buy ad space on a legitimate website, and, as the name suggests, upload malicious advertisements designed to hack site visitor’s computers.
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