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Posted on Tue, Aug 12, 2014
by Ben Popper

High-tech gym clothes analyze your workout

Wearable devices and fitness trackers are taking the world by storm thanks to Jawbone, Fitbit and even apps like MyFitnessPal. But what will define the future of "wellness technology" is the data you can extract from it and leverage to improve your health. If I go for a run, I want a tracker to tell me what my strides and pace were like and ways I... More
Category: community

Posted on Mon, Aug 11, 2014
by Kwame Opam

OpenTable launches meal-pay service

OpenTable has owned the reservation and review aspect of restaurants and food and beverage medium for quite some time now, but knows that in order for it to be a disruptor, it needs to break into mobile payments. When Priceline bought OpenTable for $2.6 billion, this is exactly what it had in mind: not having users wait for the check to make... More
Category: cdo

Posted on Sun, Aug 10, 2014
by Alex Trekbar

Amazon Hires Survivor Producer to Respond to House of Cards

Netflix has truly revolutionized the way people watch a television series. It went from being a place to find movies and television shows from other major brands and media outlets to producing two Emmy nominated original series in House of Cards and Orange is the New Black. With Netflix's massive success with original content, Amazon has decided... More
Category: business

Posted on Sat, Aug 09, 2014
by Nuno Bernardo

YouTube Stars, Channels And Bloggers Come To TV Screens

In a world where our lives revolve around the internet and digital media, it should serve as no surprise that more people are watching YouTube videos compared to some of the more higher profiled television shows. Because of this, television stations among others are leveraging these online stars for production ideas and even casting.
"Since the... More
Category: community

Posted on Fri, Aug 08, 2014
by Cat Zakrzewski

Middle Schoolers Launch Their Own Startup

Ever wish you could learn about entrepreneurship and startups in middle school? Well, four middle schoolers from Torrance, California spent their summer doing just that. But, they actually built something. Inspired by Flappy Bird, the middle schoolers built BankIt, a simple game that revolves around swiping your finger toward the top of your phone... More
Category: community