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En France, le «droit à la déconnexion»
Un nouveau «droit à la déconnexion» pour les salariés, avancé par la Confédération française démocratique du travail (CFDT), a fait ironiser la presse anglophone. Touchant surtout le secteur de la technologie, ce nouvel accord stipule un droit à une vie sans e-mails professionnels après les heures de bureau. 250,000 employés seraient concernés.

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Mark Cuban Wants To Take Over Texting
Screen Shot 2014-04-15 at 7.12.32 PM.png Mark Cuban's latest start-up, the messaging app Cyber Dust, is designed to give him (and all its users) complete control over one major chunk of daily communication: texting. Forbes reports

quotemarksright.jpgDescribed as WhatsApp meets Snapchat, texts sent via Cyber Dust automatically disappear 24 seconds after being read. Importantly, these messages cannot be traced and are not stored anywhere not even on Cyber Dust's servers assuring all users a high level of privacy and security.

Disappearing text apps, however, are not new to the app world, but Cuban plans to take Cyber Dust to the next level by introducing further functionalities that would enable users to erase their entire digital footprint over time.quotesmarksleft.jpg

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Japanese Researchers Create 3D Bone Printer
BonePrint.jpg Developed by researchers at the medical technology firm NEXT21 K.K. and the University of Tokyo’s brain science institute RIKEN, the new printer is capable of creating artificial bone material that is accurate up to 0.1mm (0.0039in). reports.

quotemarksright.jpgBuilding artificial bone from calcium phosphate, which is a component of both human bones and teeth, the printer’s product should be able to integrate directly into a patient’s body where it will fuse with existing bone.

According to NEDO, this new printing technology makes the complicated process of bone grafting much easier, reducing the healing time for patients suffering from broken limbs or bone removal due to cancer therapies.

Next21is set to begin a series of trials that will last around 10 months. If successful, the company hopes to roll their printer out across Asia, providing artificial bone replacement therapies to hospitals across the continent.quotesmarksleft.jpg

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