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iBeat Interview, Android EU Fine, AirBNB Bill, Apple i9 Too Hot

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First Segment: iBeat. Ryan Howard, CEO.

The iBeat Heat Watch continuously monitors your heart rate and circulation for anything that appears to be unsafe. We analyze data in real-time to look for potential life-threatening emergencies. If something appears to be off, we ask if you are okay. If you indicate you are not okay or do not respond within ten seconds, our around-the-clock dispatch team will be contacted. Within seconds of an emergency happening, the watch will notify our dispatch team who will send the appropriate help - police, firefighters, paramedics, or even just a loved one - to your exact location.

https://youtu.be/IhuzlIUFpF4

Second Segment: Computer and Technology News.

Today's Topics Include:

Google Stifles Search Competition With Android

NYC Bill Could Force AirBNB To Show Host Info

Comcast Drops $71 Billion Bid For Fox

Apple's New i9 MacBook Pro Runs Too Hot

And more! For full show notes, check out ComputerAmerica.com!

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