Florida Hospital Winter Garden broke ground on a 72,000-square-foot medical office building next to its year-old hospital. “In addition to the high demand for emergency care, we have also seen great demand for primary and specialty health care services,” said Amanda Maggard, campus CEO, in a news
The U. S. border control is seeking to check Chinese visitors' social media profiles.
U. S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) plans to publish a proposal asking travellers from China to disclose what social media platforms they use, and what their handles are, according to Politico.
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Holders of business and visitor visas will be affected by the move — amounting to almost 3.6 million applicants per year, the proposal estimates.
However, travellers can choose not to disclose the information, and will still have their requests processed "without a negative interpretation or inference." Read more
LG is feeding us a steady diet of leaks and specs for its upcoming G6 flagship, scheduled to launch Feb. 26, a day ahead of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The company already told us about the phone's elongated screen and UI, and now, in a blog post on the company's Korean site, we've learned that the G6 will have dual, 13-megapixel rear cameras.
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It appears that the phone will have a similar setup as last year's G5 — a regular camera sensor on the back will be coupled with a wide-angle sensor.
China's Oppo has a teaser ahead of this year's Mobile World Congress: The company plans to wow the world with a new smartphone camera technology called "5X."
There aren't many details in the press release we've gotten, and an actual device isn't even mentioned, but there's a lot of vague superlatives that describe it.
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Apparently, the new tech is "the result of an extensive, year-long R&D process" and it will "give users unprecedented ability to capture highly detailed images." Furthermore, company VP Sky Li said this "breakthrough
I'm going to die beneath the metal claws of a rampaging Thunderjaw.
The mechanical T-Rex charges across the desert landscape as I pepper it with a hailstorm of seemingly ineffectual fire arrows. Human-sized pieces of machinery litter the dusty plateau where our deadly dance has played out, but even after all the damage I've inflicted