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Care/of takes on the vitamin industry with customized nutrition packs

 There’s no end to the bottles, packs and pills of various nutritional supplements out there, but vitamin startup Care/of plans to stand out by tailoring the vitamins you pop to your specific needs. The startup joins a growing number of others in tech hoping to cash in on the lucrative vitamin industry. Elysium offers pills they say will boost longevity; Ritual makes vitamins for women;… Read More
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Author: Sarah Buhr

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The Normalization of ‘Normalize’ Is a Sign of the New Normal

Have you wondered in the back of your mind whether you’re seeing the word “normalize” more lately? You are—at least, if you inhabit certain filter bubbles. The post The Normalization of ‘Normalize’ Is a Sign of the New Normal appeared first on WIRED.


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Author: Emily Dreyfuss

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Digg CEO Gary Liu is leaving to head up Alibaba-owned newspaper SCMP

 Digg, the one-time internet sensation, is losing the CEO that has nursed it back to good health. Gary Liu is leaving the company to become CEO of South China Morning Post (SCMP), the Hong Kong-based newspaper and media firm that Alibaba acquired for $262 million earlier this year. Read More
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Author: Jon Russell

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Daily App Deals for November 22, 2016 featuring Money by Jumsoft, Port Defender and more

We have some great apps for you today that are discounted for a short duration in the App Store, including Money by Jumsoft, Port Defender and others. Some deals may expire quickly — even on the same day of this post. If there is a discounted app that you like, grab it while it is still on sale.
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Author: Kelly Hodgkins

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Starbucks starts selling Ember mugs, which keep your drink at a steady temp for hours

 Last year, Ember Technologies Inc. ran a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo to build a mug that keeps hot drinks at the perfect sipping temperature. By now, it’s sold 4,000 of these devices. And in something of a coup for the startup, Starbucks Corp. has begun selling Ember Temperature Control Mugs in its stores across most of the U.S. and online for $149.95. Whether it’s coffee,… Read More
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Author: Lora Kolodny

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