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Shelley Larkin is a news writer for Canary Islands News. She writes about arts, construction, automotive, travel, real estate, and fashion. She is also interested in sports and movies. Shelley enjoys spending time with her family and friends, listening to music and going to the movies.

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Women tech entrepreneurs look to close gender health care gap

A growing sector of the tech industry is working to improve women’s health and close the gender health care gap, as more companies run by women are creating devices specifically tailored to track women’s health. Bloomer Tech, co-founded by Alicia Chong Rodriguez, has created the Bloomer Bra, an undergarment with sensors that track health information

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Speculators And Traders Are Rushing Back Into Bitcoin, On-Chain Data Shows

Bitcoin’s fast-rising price is attracting traders and speculators back into the market, on-chain data suggests. In a Tuesday newsletter, blockchain intelligence firm Glassnode highlighted how risk appetite is increasing across various cohorts of the Bitcoin market, including institutional buyers and short-term holders alike. Bitcoin Holders Back In Profit Since the start of the year, Bitcoin

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2024 BMW X2 First Drive Review: A niche within a niche, but an interesting one

CASCAIS, Portugal — BMW’s even-numbered X-series line of slope-back crossovers is proof that not every vehicle has to make perfect sense. The German brand basically invented the genre when it significantly reduced the usability of its otherwise luxurious and practical X5 by redesigning its roofline to reduce its capacity to hold humans and cargo while

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Tornado Cash Vulnerability: Developers Flag Deposits’ Risk Since January 1st

Deposits made to Tornado Cash using IPFS gateways through IPFS gateways like – ipfs.io, cf-ipfs.com, and eth.link – may have been compromised, potentially exposing users’ deposited funds to risk, according to pseudonymous Tornado Cash developer ‘Gas404.’ Affected users were advised to take immediate action to safeguard their deposits. User Deposits Vulnerable According to a blog

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AI chatbots spit out wildly inaccurate election info, study finds

New AI-powered tools produce inaccurate election information more than half the time, including answers that are harmful or incomplete, according to new research.  The study, from AI Democracy Projects and nonprofit media outlet Proof News, comes as the U.S. presidential primaries are underway across the U.S. and as more Americans are turning to chatbots such as

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Leaders gang up on Speaker Johnson at ‘intense’ White House meeting

Three of Congress’s top four leaders had a loud and unified message for Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) when they met with him at the White House on Tuesday: Ignore the pressure from conservative critics and avoid a government shutdown on Friday. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and House

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Brutal video shows Hawthorne teen being attacked by multiple people at Dockweiler Beach

A 16-year-old Hawthorne boy was attacked by multiple people this month in a brutal assault that was captured in a video that is now circulating online. The teenager went to Dockweiler State Beach on Feb. 10 to hang out with some friends at a party that had been posted on social media, his mother, Frankie,

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People flee as cliffside parking lot crashes into ocean in California, video shows

A landslide cut a slab from Northern California’s coastline like it was a slice of cake — and the sea below swallowed a coastal trail and part of a cliffside parking lot, dramatic drone images show. The drone footage also showed onlookers fleeing as the cliffside crumbled and tumbled down into the ocean below. Public

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