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Pathologist get futuristic tools, smart ring could make doctors more miserable, Voyager probe loses wi-fi connection: Digital Pulse

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Pathologists hit warp speed with new digital tools

Digital pathology has greatly increased the productivity of pathologists in one health system, according to a report. The digital tools can increase productivity 10-fold, and even allow pathology during surgery. However, the system cannot be used to play the new Final Fantasy game, so it’s value may be limited.

Digital pulse: ©Greenbutterfly

Digital pulse: ©Greenbutterfly

Samsung developing a smart ring

Electronics giant Samsung is reportedly developing a smart ring that could go into mass production soon. Doctors are excited about the possibility of having even more meaningless patient data dumped into their portals along with the self-diagnosing doomsday emails from patients that go with them.

Voyager 2 loses communication with Earth

Voyager 2 has lost communication with Earth, but NASA is hopeful to re-establish the connection in October. Rumor has it they need time to reset the wi-fi router on Pluto.

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