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Finally, Someone Is Disrupting The Towel

Finally, Someone Is Disrupting The Towel

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sihlehato:

Now there is no longer a need for towels? Soon there won’t be a need for showering either! This innovation is quite smart and feasible though. Great idea

Originally posted on TechCrunch:

Showering is great, I’m a big fan. But drying off? Laaaaammmmmeeee. All that towelling, it’s enough to make you need another shower, am I right? New York-based startup The Body Dryerrealizes this, and…

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How location data is fueling the wearable revolution (eBook)

How location data is fueling the wearable revolution (eBook)

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sihlehato:

Though hardly accessible, the wearable tech market seems to be worth quite a lot! To think that most of these products haven’t even started shipping as yet.
“The wearable market is already worth $3 to $5 billion today. In the next two to three years it is expected to be a $30 to $50 billion market.”

Originally posted on VentureBeat:

This sponsored post is produced by Skyhook Wireless.

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Google Shows A Glimpse Of How Its Modular Phone Moonshot Is Progressing

Google Shows A Glimpse Of How Its Modular Phone Moonshot Is Progressing

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sihlehato:

I’m so anxious about this innovation. I swear if Google actually pulls off the modular-phone…. It’s going to take up sooo much of my time though.

Originally posted on TechCrunch:

Google has released a video (embedded below) showing a glimpse of what’s going on behind the scenes at Project Ara, one of the hardware shunkworks projects coming out of its Advanced Technology and Projects…

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Google’s Project Ara $50 Modular Smartphone Could Change The Way We Buy Phones Starting Next Year

Google’s Project Ara $50 Modular Smartphone Could Change The Way We Buy Phones Starting Next Year

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sihlehato:

This is going to bring back the Hobbyist! The smartphone hobbyist, that is. I’ve always wished I could work on the intestines of my smartphone.

Beware cellphone retailers, it might just be the age of flexible hardware

Originally posted on TechCrunch:

Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects Division just announced its first developer event for Project Ara, a modular smarpthone,…

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Hidden within Sergey Brin’s Resume…

This is perfect example of a man that turned his dream into a reality. Hidden within the source-code of his 1995 Standford resume, were the prophetic wishes of a would-be billionaire.

Hidden within Sergey Brin’s Resume…

This is perfect example of a man that turned his dream into a reality. Hidden within the source-code of his 1995 Standford resume, were the prophetic wishes of a would-be billionaire.

The Awesome Easter Egg In Sergey Brin’s Old Resume

The Awesome Easter Egg In Sergey Brin’s Old Resume

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sihlehato:

This is just so fxcking awesome! Talk about goal-setting.

Originally posted on TechCrunch:

Sergey Brin probably doesn’t need a resume anymore.

Back when he was a student at Stanford, however, it was a different story. You couldn’t just Google him. He had to lay out his achievements in a boring text doc like any other non-19th-richest-person-on-the-planet.

Someone stumbled upon his old…

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[Interview] Kathy Cheng, Founder of Thankful Registry

[Interview] Kathy Cheng, Founder of Thankful Registry

sihlehato:

“5. What experience has been most useful to you in your entrepreneurship journey?

Talking to my customers, whether it’s by email or in person. I get to hear their feedback, their praise, their suggestions and their curiosity about how Thankful came to be. Those interactions have been the most meaningful to me by far.”

Originally posted on Start Jeffrey Up:

 [The following is an interview…

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Computing is still too clunky: Charlie Rose and Larry Page in conversation

Computing is still too clunky: Charlie Rose and Larry Page in conversation

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sihlehato:

“Lots of companies don’t succeed over time. What do they fundamentally do wrong? They usually miss the future. I try to focus on that: What is the future really going to be? And how do we create it? And how do we power our organization to really focus on that and really drive it at a high rate? When I was working on Android, I felt guilty. It wasn’t what we were working on, it was a…

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