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Investment platform Healthfundr aims to give health entrepreneurs another funding option while opening up health technology investing to a larger pool of people.
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Here's a spoof video with Steven Spielberg from Saturday night's White House Correspondents' Dinner.
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With just over 300,000 people living in Iceland, it's safe to say that everyone is related. You can imagine what this does to the dating pool, so the country developed an app.
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Mining bitcoins – a process that helps manage bitcoin transactions as well as create new “wealth” – are the new Beanie Babies.
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Mindblown Labs seeks to use gaming principles and non-traditional marketing techniques to inspire kids to learn and empower them to transform that learning into life skills.
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Ever wish you could change the look of your app icons? Well, turns out you can. Some apps let you switch up the background, color, and design of the graphics and even customize the text.
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Facebook and Vine were just the beginning -- you should have known that.
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You know you’ve got it made when you live in a lovely mansion with perhaps a pool out in front, have a couple of supercars in the garage alongside a luxury sedan or two to get around, a beautiful model wife and three kids – oh yeah, and perhaps, a dog.
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Dolphin, a popular alternative browser for iPhone and iPad has been updated with a slew of new features including Evernote integration that allows you to send web content directly from your clipboard straight to Evernote.
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Google is likely using its newly launched phone support for Google+ Local Pages listing verification to help secure its lock on the market, which will help keep Google’s maps the most accurate and create a pool of potential paying customers.
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You don't have to worry about Sony's newest flagship smartphone getting wet in a rainstorm. Called the Xperia Z, the Android handset is both dust and water resistant -- IP55 and IP57, specifically -- and can survive the rain or even an accidental swim in your local pool.
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