During a surgery, doctors and surgeons use a measurement called EBL—or estimated blood loss—to determine how much blood a patient has lost, and how much needs to be returned via transfusion. Unfortunately it's really just an educated guess; Gauss Surgical's new Triton Fluid Management System aims to change that.
It's a shoo-in for inclusion in the iPhone 6, given it already made its debut with the iPhone 5S, and now it's looking likely Apple wants you to smear your fingerprints all over Touch ID scanners in this year's forthcoming iPad Air and iPad Mini tablets, too.
Tablet leaks are pretty much a given in today's world, and Chinese site Weibo is one of the more common places for them to pop up. As WWDC 2014 approaches and the rumour mill goes into overdrive as to what Apple may reveal at its annual event, this latest leak shows a dummy model of the previously rumoured iPad Pro.