Spyware Use on Separatists in Spain ‘Extensive,’ Group Says | Technology News

By ARITZ PARRA, Associated Press MADRID (AP) — The phones of dozens of pro-independence supporters in Spain’s northeastern Catalonia, including the regional chief and other elected officials, were hacked with controversial spyware available only to governments, a cybersecurity rights group said Monday. Citizen Lab, a research group affiliated with the University of Toronto, said a …

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How to accelerate SLG cloud modernization through emerging technology solutions

State and local government (SLG) leaders have been on the road to IT modernization for more than a decade. First appearing on NASCIO’s State CIO Top Ten Priorities list in 2010, IT modernization has ranked a top-three priority every year since. For some organizations, the pandemic served as a catalyst for cloud adoption and as-a-service …

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Chef cooks meals in seniors’ kitchens to keep them healthy

By JOSEPH DITS SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) – Lisa Youngquist wanted to spice up her meals. She’d loved the companionship that the Meals on Wheels volunteers brought whenever they made deliveries. And she definitely didn’t want to go back to the time before that, when for three to four years, she’d reheat a frozen, store-bought …

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GPD gets green light to explore photoradar enforcement technology

Deborah Grigsby dgrigsby@coloradocommunitymedia.com At the request of city council, the Golden Police Department did a deep dive into the potential application of traffic enforcement technology in Golden. Police Chief Joe Harvey delivered a 172-page report prepared by staff that details the results and analysis of the automated traffic enforcement devices and how they could be …

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Noninvasive sound technology could lead to improved cancer outcomes in humans

Noninvasive sound technology developed at the University of Michigan breaks down liver tumors in rats, kills cancer cells and spurs the immune system to prevent further spread—an advance that could lead to improved cancer outcomes in humans. By destroying only 50% to 75% of liver tumor volume, the rats’ immune systems were able to clear …

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Advanced Blood Clot Removal Technology Combines Intelligent Aspiration and Innovative Catheter Engineering – Surgical Techniques

Image: Lightning 7 and 12 systems for single session arterial and venous thrombus removal (Photo courtesy of Penumbra, Inc.) An advanced mechanical thrombectomy technology for single session blood clot removal in peripheral arterial and venous systems is the first and only computer-aided mechanical aspiration technology that can differentiate between clot and blood, which is designed …

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Preserving our precious pets: Creating memories of beloved animals a booming business

Our pets are now likely to be immortalized rather than given an unremarkable burial. Industry players say that shows our growing sensitivity to their important role in our lives. Nadine Porter reports. Lying by the couch, Monty looked as if he was sleeping peacefully. But the shaggy, chocolate-colored, ball of love who won a nation’s …

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Log Into Technology But Don’t Shun Social Life, Sports, PM Tells Students

PM Modi asked about the experience and interest of teachers and students towards technology. Gandhinagar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said students should be motivated towards the use of technology, but at the same time they should not forget to engage with sports and social life. The PM, who is on a three-day visit …

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