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Noninvasive Radiation Therapy Halts Deadly Heart Rhythm

schwit1 shares a report from The New York Times (Warning: source may be paywalled; alternative source): The patients were gravely ill, their hearts scarred by infections or heart attacks. In each, the electrical system that maintains a regular heartbeat had been short-circuited. They suffered frequent bursts of rapid heartbeats, which can end in sudden death. The condition kills an estimated ... Read More »

DOJ Confirms Uber Is Being Investigated For Criminal Behavior

A newly released letter from the Department of Justice has formally acknowledged that federal prosecutors have an open criminal investigation into Uber. Ars Technica reports: Late last month, as part of the proceedings in the high-profile and ongoing Waymo v. Uber trade secrets lawsuit, U.S. District Judge William Alsup said that on November 22 he had received a letter from ... Read More »

Facebook Will Introduce Ads As Videos Start Playing

Facebook is going to start running pre-roll ads on its “Watch” videos next year. While you won’t see your News Feed full of video ads, you will start to see pre-rolls, which will run for up to six seconds, on videos in Facebook’s “Watch” hub. Recode reports: Facebook launched its Watch hub earlier this year, using “mid-roll” ads (another ad ... Read More »

Lawmakers Are Fighting For Net Neutrality

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Verge: Lawmakers and public officials are responding to the FCC’s decision to gut net neutrality with promises of action. In the hours following the FCC hearing, officials from around the country announced lawsuits and bills intended to counter the FCC’s decision. In New York, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said that he’s leading ... Read More »