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62 Digital Resources You May Have Missed

Wow, is the week over already? It seems like only yesterday we were upgrading our iPhone software to iOS 6. Perhaps you skipped the update altogether, and decided to camp out and get yourself a shiny new iPhone 5. Or maybe you just spent the week playing video games in your underwear, and watching reruns […]

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MakerBot CEO: no new hardware at CES

MakerBot CEO Jenny LawtonJenny Lawton took a somewhat circuitous route to the helm of 3D printing leader MakerBot. Before joining the company as “Head of People” in 2011, Lawton spent ten years in retail, running her own bookstore in Greenwich, Connecticut. And though physical book selling might appear the polar opposite of 3D printing, which […]

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Dog Collar Sends Text Alert When Your Pooch Is Too Hot

As supermodel Elisabetta Canalis so memorably demonstrated recently, leaving a dog in your car on a hot summer day is a bad idea. But what if you just want to run in for a second and grab something? Still a bad idea, but thanks to a new invention, you can get a potentially life-saving text […]

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Jay-Z Stays Charged in New Ad for Duracell Powermat

Jay-Z stars in a new online ad spot for Duracell Powermat’s line of wireless chargers, which shows the benefits of having a fully charged device throughout the course of a day in New York City. In January, the musician/mogul/sports-team owner signed to be a spokesman for Duracell Powermat, as well as an investor in the […]

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LG Fitness Wristband Tracker Touts OLED Touchscreen

LAS VEGAS — Adding to the long lineup of fitness wristband trackers on the market, LG announced on Monday at the 2014 International CES show a version of its own with a slightly different design approach: a touchscreen interface. Called the LG Lifeband Touch, the device tracks distance walked, speed, calories and other typical data […]

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22 Things to Bring Fun Back to Your Workplace

The average Western guy spends around 99,117 hours at work during his lifetime, according to recent statistics. That”s the equivalent of 11 and a half years of solid slog. [1] Your office is like your second home, so it’s probably a good idea to make it fun and cozy. Some big and well known companies […]

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Asus MeMO Pad HD 7 Gives Cheap Tablets a Good Name

Asus MeMO Pad HD 7 Review Getting More Than You Pay For At $150, the Asus MeMO Pad HD 7 is one of the cheapest 7-inch tablets you can buy, but it performs very well for the price, with a great 1,280 x 800 screen, good responsiveness and excellent battery life. Floating Apps Touching the […]

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The Future of Feet: Biometric Shoe Insoles Revolutionizing Security

Everyone knows they have unique fingerprints, but what about a unique footprint? Research has shown everyone has a personalized way of walking — pressure of step, length of stride — and a new lab is working to turn those individual foot features into a security measure. The lab is developing biometric shoe insoles to monitor […]

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