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This Is What You Should Know About The Financial Markets Today

6. Interesting Reads

“Coffee chain giant Starbucks has hopped on an internet craze for “unicorn food” by launching a limited edition iced drink in the US, Mexico and Canada. It says its Unicorn Frappuccino – a brightly-coloured confection of ice, mango syrup, “creme” and “sour blue drizzle” – changes colour when mixed. Some social media users said they wanted to try the drink, while others didn’t seem so keen. And there were queries on Twitter about the food dyes used in the drink.”

(BBC News)

“The Galaxy Note 8 could be getting a dual camera system similar to the iPhone 7 Plus or LG G6, per an investor note obtained by 9to5Google from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Kuo apparently says that the Note 8’s camera will be “the most important upgrade” in the upcoming smartphone, with 3x optical zoom, optical image stabilization on both lenses, and the ability to take both 12-megapixel wide angle and 13-megapixel telephoto shots. Kuo also claims the “Note 8’s dual-camera will be much better than that of iPhone 7 Plus and likely match that of OLED iPhone,” referring to a top-of-the-line model he expects Apple to introduce later this year.”

(The Verge)

 

“Verily, formerly Google’s life sciences arm, is launching today a four-year study called Project Baseline to find out why people transition from being generally healthy to getting sick. The Silicon Valley-based company is working with its partners, Duke University and Stanford Medicine, to enroll 10,000 participants from diverse backgrounds at half a dozen study sites in California and North Carolina. The researchers are recruiting some people in good health, and others who are at high risk of chronic diseases like diabetes and heart disease, and outfitting them with sophisticated health trackers and sequencing their genomes, among other things. The goal for the study, said Verily’s chief medical officer Jessica Mega, is to “create a map of human health.”

(CNBC)

“Reliable iPhone leaker Sonny Dickson just shared new design schematics for the upcoming iPhone. The most interesting thing is that the leak clearly shows a spot on the rear of the device for the Touch ID sensor. Rumor has it that Apple is going to release three new devices in September — upgraded versions of the iPhone 7 with better specs, and a brand new phone with a new form factor. This leak shows this top-of-the-line phone. It features two cameras on the back. This time, they could be oriented vertically instead of horizontally. This isn’t really groundbreaking.”

(Tech Crunch)

“If you are looking for apps that can satisfy your musically inclined creative impulses, our list of the 7 free music making apps for PCs should prove to be useful. We’ve covered everything, from relatively simple apps to those that can be used as a complete production studio. If your platform of choice is not Windows, don’t worry – all apps on our list are available for GNU/Linux and macOS. If you frequently have inspiration while you are on the move, you should check out our list of 7 Best Music Making Apps for Android, so that you can note down the idea you just had, and not just forget it before you get to your computer.”

(Insider Monkey)

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