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This Blanket Uses Infrared Fibers to Increase Blood Flow

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Yaasa Studios uses patented materials in their blankets to increase health, endurance, and strength. The Infinity Blanket is 39% off right now.  Electric blankets keep you warm, bamboo bedding is heat-regulating, and now the Yaasa Studios Infinity Blanket is here to boost your overall blood flow, energy, strength, and endurance. To do this, it uses […]

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Apple to open ‘AC Wellness’ medical clinics for employees

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File photo: An audience member takes a photo of the Apple logo before the start of the company’s annual developer conference in San Jose, California, U.S. June 5, 2017. (REUTERS/Stephen Lam) Amazon isn’t the only US tech giant aiming to upend health care. Apple is now planning to launch its own independent medical clinics called […]

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Go Retro With This Stylish Bluetooth Speaker

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This piece was written by the people who run the Cracked Store to tell you about products that are being sold there. We always knew that the future would be cool, but we didn’t think it’d be so generic-looking. Every new product resembles the love child of an iPhone and a slightly more squarish iPhone. […]

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Apple to launch ‘technology enabled’ healthcare service

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Following Amazons lead, iPhone maker creating in-house clinics and health service for employees, Apple is launching its own primary care health clinics called AC Wellness, following Amazon and Warren Buffetts push into healthcare. Similar to Amazons team up with Berkshire Hathaway and JP Morgan, the AC Wellness Network aims to serve Apples roster of employees and […]

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Techs Favorite School Faces Its Biggest Test: the Real World

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On lengths of yarn stretched between chairs, sixth-grade math students were placing small yellow squares of paper, making number linesincluding everything from fractions to negative decimalsin a classroom at Walsh Middle School. Working in teams one recent morning, they paper-clipped the squares along the yarn like little pieces of mathematical laundry. Their teacher, Michele O’Connor, […]

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Silicon Valleys New-Age AltSchool Unleashes Its Secrets

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AltSchool isn’t just for AltSchool anymore. Since its founding in 2014, with backing from the likes of Mark Zuckerberg, Andreessen Horowitz, and eBay founder Pierre Omidyar, the San Francisco startup has opened eight of its new-age AltSchools in the Bay Area and New York City. It sees theseas mini educational labs where it’s working to […]

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Forget Big DataLittle Data Is Making Learning Personal

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The Innovation Academy workspace at Dysart Unified School District outside Phoenix looked more like a tech startups headquarters than a classroom. On one side of the room, students wearing special tinted glasses studied electric circuits at virtual reality stations. On the opposite end of the bright, airy space, another small group of students experimented with […]

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AutoDraw by Google is a design tool for non-designers

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Your doodles are about to get a whole lot better. Part of Google’s new A.I. Experiments collection, AutoDraw is like an AI-powered Microsoft Paint. The app combines conventional doodling with art from professionals to enhance your doodles and help create better art. SEE ALSO: Google’s new drawing game is fun even if you can’t draw […]

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