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Google has created a health-tracking wristband that could give health care professionals real-time information on the well-being of their patients.
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The average company has about 70 different types of third-party code on its website but is aware of only about a third of them. The rest are hidden in services like ad networks, widgets and analytics tools, and they can bog down performance, threaten...
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