In some parts of China, the police will demand to check your phone, usually to delete photos. Having two phones helps with this — to make it even trickier, I have the same case on both phones. But it’s also good to have other ways to protect your data. I use a few apps that disguise themselves as something innocuous but in fact hide and protect data. It’s also always handy to have a USB drive that can plug into your phone and be used to save stuff quickly.
So much scrutiny on how Kim Jong Un lights up his cigarette. One SKorean anthropologist calls it the Russian style, because Kim strikes his match inward rather than outward. During Cold War, some Russians believed they could tell US spies by examining how they smoked, he says. pic.twitter.com/ih6SNd19Lz— Sam Kim (@samkimasia) February 28, 2019
A pilot program underway in more than 100 patient rooms at Cedars-Sinai is allowing patients to use an Alexa-powered platform known as Aiva to interact hands-free with nurses and control their entertainment. Aiva is the world's first patient-centered voice assistant platform for hospitals.
In the pilot project, patient rooms are equipped with Amazon Echos and patients simply tell the device what they need