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The next frontier of digital health? Your delicate ears. Apple's latest update for iOS and WatchOS is all about hearing health. Meanwhile, we discover how AI could help catch Type 1 diabetes much earlier, and Huawei is still bullish on the future. Oh, and we're looking for writers in the US -- come join us!


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Why is that bad? The BlueKeep vulnerability is "wormable," meaning an attacker only has to gain access to one computer in order to gain control of all the other devices on its network. If you're using a computer running an older version of Windows, make sure you've installed Microsoft's most recent patches.


Expect new pings on your Watch and iPhone in loud places.Apple's new tools in watchOS and iOS make hearing health harder to ignore

Chris Velazco tests out the latest addition to Apple's Health app across its wearables and phones. As well as providing articles on how to nurture your hearing and showing you ambient volume levels from your Apple Watch, the software also tracks how loud your audio is on your AirPods and other MFi-certified headphones, reminding you if things get rowdy.

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