Tech Beat Tuesday 6/3 -

Tech Beat Tuesday 6/3

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Here's what we've rounded up for you for Tech Beat Tuesday:

The U.S. Military asked a medical technology company to come up with a solution for stopping gunshot and shrapnel wounds from bleeding out.  
The result?...X-stat. A dose of tiny sponges that are injected into an open wound with a syringe. The sponges expand to 10 times their size in seconds, both plugging the wound and providing needed compression to stop the bleeding.    

Imagine driving down the highway at 70 miles per hour, when suddenly the wheel turns hard right. You crash. Someone hacked your car. It's not far-fetched science fiction. Security experts are warning us about it right now. Cars are high-tech computers and now we're networking them by giving them wireless connectivity. And there's the danger...your car is now a smsmart phonen wheels...a powerful target for hackers.

Finally, if you were expecting to learn about apple's newest gadget yesterday during the worldwide developers conference, you were disappointed.
The tech giant did, however, introduce the latest version of its operating system with a bunch of new features including "homekit" that essentially turns your iPhone or iPad into a remote control for every connected device in your home.  

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