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IS commander 'Omar the Chechen' survived US strike: monitor

Birut - Top Islamic State commander leader Omar al-Shishani, known as Omar the Chechen, was "seriously injured" in a recent strike in northeastern Syria but not killed despite US suggestions to the contrary, a monitoring group said.

Apple claims that Watch's erratic heart rate monitor is a feature

Since Apple updated the Apple Watch's software to 1.0.1, users have complained of erratic heart rate monitoring with infrequent measurements. Now, Apple has acknowledged the complaints - and responded by saying that this "feature" is normal behaviour.

Razer partners with Tancent to bring WeChat to the Nabu smartband

The race for smart-watches just gained another competitor. The Razer Nabu moves one step closer to becoming a reality as $1 beta tester editions just ended recently.

Computer-enabled socks help track your personal fitness

If you are a fitness buff and just have this constant urge to exercise, then this may be for you. This latest wearable technology claims to beat the current top of the line wrist fitness trackers with improved accuracy and convenience.

'Smart Carpet' will detect when the elderly fall

Manchester - It is always worrying when an elderly person lives alone. What if they should fall, and not be able to reach the telephone? The answer may have been invented.

HP develops see-through computer screen

Hewlett Packard has developed see-through screen technology, for which a US patent has been granted. This could lead to new applications for display screens, from vehicle dashboards to retail outlets.

UK Government announces plans to monitor digital communication

The UK Government will be able to monitor the calls, emails, text messages and web habits of every person in the UK under new legislation set to be announced soon.

Op-Ed: The parties are over - The Republicans took Congress... now what?

While there will be celebrations, parties and much elation, it won't be time to sing "happy days are here again" and then go back to sleep; instead, it will be time to do the HARD work.

Secrecy surrounds monitoring of amphibian populations Special

Guelph - During the conflict over protection of the Hanlon Creek Wetland Complex during 2009, the Ontario Minister of Natural Resources ordered the city of Guelph to monitor for Jefferson salamanders during the spring of 2010 before the construction season began.

Canadian government seeks online seal hunt chatter monitor

Concerned by how those opposed to Canada's seal hunt are using social network sites the federal government wants to hire a social network monitor.

Robofish make waves in water

They look like tuna or trout, but they are not. In fact, these little fish-shaped creature is robofish developed by a team of MIT's scientists.

Wireless Crib Monitor Will Keep Tabs on Baby’s Breathing

Radar is now being employed to detect another danger: when babies stop breathing. University of Florida engineering researchers have built a prototype baby monitor that focuses on a baby’s breathing.

Lizard causes standstill along Malacca's thoroughfare

Giant monitor lizard creeps it's way into tourist's rest house.

How to Clean an LCD monitor

Apple offers a simple three-step guide for cleaning your LCD monitor.

Mac OS X in Acer Laptop monitor in PC World Ad?

I guess Acer doesn't like selling Windows XP anymore, so they switched to OS X

32-inch all-in-one PC

OzIQ poised to launch PC-in-a-monitor

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