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TECHNOLOGY

The annual CES show, disrupted as many things by the pandemic, took place in person and virtually earlier this month in Las Vegas. The show features futuristic technology as well as tech items that are either available for consumers or will be shortly.
The VELYS Robotic-Assisted Solution is robotic technology that allows surgeons to perform knee replacements using data tailored to each patient’s specific anatomy.
Mobile banking gave me peace of mind when I thought I lost my wallet, and it also simplifies day-to-day tasks.
The tools for fixing this mess can only come from a bipartisan tool kit.

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Identification of new strains through whole-genome sequencing is a process far more complex than the standard lab tests used to clinically diagnose a patient with COVID-19.
If Santa or his elves didn't bring the latest most wanted tech gift this year, those gift cards will help enable you to get just what you wanted -- and here are some tech gifts to consider for yourself or to give if your gift-giving is still to come.
Coasting through space for two more weeks, the Webb telescope will reach its destination in solar orbit 1 million miles from Earth - about four times farther away than the moon.
Using the University of Minnesota's COVID-19 Hospitalization Tracking Project, National Public Radio has created an online tool to determine how full a particular hospital's beds are with COVID patients.
The EDA is scheduled to meet at 7:30 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 9, to hear about the final proposals from both companies and decide whether to move forward in negotiations with either.
What is the next tech item or gadget that will become either something you’d use everyday or something that really adds to your entertainment?

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There are photo scanners for a variety of price points and multiple functions and also a number that are less than $200. During the holidays, when those family gatherings are reminders of connections, scanning those photos can be a way to create a link to your past for yourself and generations to come.
In today's "Minding Our Elders" column, Carol discusses the GrandPad and what it can do to help connect families and their loved ones.
The information gathered will be used to further develop high-speed internet access for Minnesotans.

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