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July, 2019

  • 22 July

    Upcoming Major Changes in Healthcare by Paul Grundy

    Few Times before ComingTechs Contacted with Paul Grundy. He told us about a lot of paradigm change in healthcare.  In the next 10 years, we will be living in 1) mobile world 2) in the middle of an aging and chronic disease epidemic and 3) data.   But, we will also …

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December, 2018

May, 2018

  • 20 May

    Interview: Darwin Gosal

    Interview: Darwin Gosal

      Find new and coming technologies at our site: http://comingtechs.com. Please subscribe to our news form and add RSS to your favorite news reader.

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March, 2018

  • 29 March

    Tooth Sensor can track what you eat

    Tooth Sensor can track what you eat

    Researchers at Tufts University have developed an amazing new sensor, only 2 millimeters on a side, that can be attached to the tooth and measure and transmit readings about glucose, salt and alcohol intake. The work was supported by U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center, the National …

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  • 28 March

    Aletheia awarded Chinese Government contract for a blockchain-based platform

    Aletheia awarded Chinese Government contract for a blockchain-based platform

    Aletheia, Guardtime‘s partner company in China and developer of cKSI Blockchain technology, has been awarded a government contract to provide cKSI Blockchain technology to support a national copyright registration platform. The 6M RMB contract was awarded by CCDI Copyright Cloud, a state owned enterprise under the State Administration of Press, …

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  • 19 March

    SXSW was all about blockchain dreamers

    SXSW was all about blockchain dreamers

    This year’s SXSW was all about blockchain dreamers, cryptocurrency scammers, and everything in between The event, a play on the initial coin offerings that have turned digital currencies into some of the buzziest and most fraught investment opportunities on the planet, is being held at a steakhouse on Lavaca Avenue …

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  • 19 March

    LSEV is a $7,500 3-D printed electric car from XEV

    LSEV is a $7,500 3-D printed electric car from XEV

    LSEV is a $7,500 3-D printed electric car from XEV, it only took three days to make according to the creator. All of the components in LSEV were printed except for the chassis, seats, and glass. The two-seater looks a lot like a Smart car, but it isn’t quite as fast. Its …

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  • 7 March

    NewsGuard is evaluating news sources

    NewsGuard is evaluating news sources - ComingTechs

    A start-up called NewsGuard is evaluating and rating the reliability of thousands of news sources. And it wants to sell this data to tech giants like Facebook (FB) and Twitter. (TWTR) The stated goal: To help consumers distinguish between sites that are trying to get it right and sites that …

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  • 1 March

    Robot Assisted Knee Surgery- Johnson & Johnson

    Robot Assisted Knee Surgery- Johnson & Johnson

    On February 20, 2018, Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) announced the acquisition of Orthotaxy through its French subsidiary Apsis to develop its robot-assisted orthopedics surgery platform. Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) said its medical device business paid an undisclosed amount to acquire French robot-assisted surgery company Orthotaxy. Founded in 2009, Orthotaxy’s proprietary …

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February, 2018

  • 25 February

    Venezuela Says Its Cryptocurrency Raised $735 Million — But It’s a Farce

    Venezuela Says Its Cryptocurrency Raised $735 Million -- But It's a Farce

    Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro claims a new state-sponsored cryptocurrency called the petro raised $735 million on Tuesday—its first day on sale. But the government hasn’t provided any way to independently verify that $735 million figure. And there’s reason to doubt almost everything the Venezuelan government has said about the project. …

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