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New Tech for a Happy and Healthy Pet?

Wearable and non-wearable tech touch every aspect of our lives. But what about our pet’s lives? Can emerging consumer tech products make us better at caring for our pets? Startups, innovators, and inventors hope so as demonstrated by these crowdfunding and Kickstarter campaigns. Three New & Developing Pet Tech Products Petcube Bites and Petcube Play Petcube Bites and Petcube play are smart, connected pet cameras with a few clever extras.

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Keep Calm and Enjoy Pokémon Go Safely

Chances are, unless you were hiding on a desert island you know that Pokémon Go has swept the nation. There are many upsides to this trend as the augmented reality game gets people moving and interacting with each other. People feel encouraged to explore their world while they explore the virtual world. Safety Concerns Created Some By Pokémon Go Players However, there are dangers. The obvious risk is that some enthusiastic

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Latest Diner Dash Installment Offers the Ramsay Treatment

If you thought you were good in the kitchen, now you can get some feedback from a real chef mogul- Gordon Ramsay! Terrified yet? Don’t worry, you can skip all of the real-life insults and outbursts that we commonly see on Gordon’s hit television shows. Now you can cook for him in the app store! That’s right, the world-renowned chef and entrepreneur has teamed up with Glu to debut a

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5 Ways to Spend Your Free Time in the Silicon Valley This Holiday Season

Silicon Valley is a really dynamic place to live and work, with work being one of the driving forces. There’s so much innovation, and so many start-ups, that it feels like you can’t sneeze without running into an engineer, IT person, developer, or hacker. But something wonderful happens to most of the businesses during the last two weeks of December; they shut down. Whether it’s for the Holidays, or for

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Man-Cave Move Over – It’s She-Shed Territory Now!

When I was in Grad school, I lived in a very fancy shed.  What people call ‘Tiny Houses’ now, is what I had, but with fewer amenities.  It was a 12’ by 14’ one room studio in a backyard.  This garden retreat was insulated, had electricity and offered plenty of space for me during school.  It was such a cozy environment that I rent it out now as an office

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