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    1. Cisco's Affordable Spark Board Wants To Change How You Conduct Meetings

      Cisco's Affordable Spark Board Wants To Change How You Conduct Meetings

      If there’s one point of agreement that can unite workers across different industries, age groups, and countries, it’s this: Meetings suck. Today, Cisco is attempting to change that with a new product called the Spark Board, a $4,990 digital whiteboard and video conferencing system that aims to take some of pain out of teamwork, at a price point that will put it within reach of lots of companies.

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    2. 12 Apps To Help You Keep Your New Year's Resolutions

      12 Apps To Help You Keep Your New Year's Resolutions

      Many of us make resolutions to improve our lives, but following through on those promises is notoriously difficult. Thankfully there are hundreds of apps that can help keep us on track. Here’s a rundown of some of the more popular resolutions and what apps might help you finally reach your goals. Whether procrastination gets in the way of accomplishing everything you want to or you find your work bleeding into your home life, figuring out the right work/life balance is a behemoth task.

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      Mentions: French
    3. Sweetgreen Is Going Fully Cashless In 2017

      Sweetgreen Is Going Fully Cashless In 2017

      What's in your wallet? In 2017, Sweetgreen will go fully cashless in all 64 of its stores after successfully testing the concept for about a year, cofounders Jonathan Neman and Nicolas Jammet tell Fast Company. Next year, the fast-casual restaurant chain plans on opening another 30 storefronts in the eight markets where it currently does business.

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    4. Apple Suggests These Handy Apps For The Last-Minute Voter

      Apple Suggests These Handy Apps For The Last-Minute Voter

      I've been overwhelmed with presidential politics, and am painfully aware of everything there is to know about both candidates. But that's just the main event. If you're like me, you could use a little help mastering that jungle of people and issues further down on the ballot this year. We've got the House and Senate seat races to worry about, and all the state and local ballot initiatives.

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      Mentions: Senate House
    5. Mobile App Strategies Boost Revenues for Small Business Owners

      Mobile App Strategies Boost Revenues for Small Business Owners

      Global mobile traffic now represents roughly 60 percent of internet traffic, making mobile apps a must-have for businesses. But consumers today increasingly expect an “Amazon-like experience” online. Small businesses don't just need to build a mobile ...

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      Mentions: Pennsylvania
    6. These Tech Workers Don't Need To Know How To Code, And Neither Do You

      These Tech Workers Don't Need To Know How To Code, And Neither Do You

      Many years back, the battle cry began: Learn To Code! That call has only become louder since, with numerous bootcamps touting the idea that if you learn the basics of computer programming, you will almost certainly be guaranteed a sweet gig. Indeed, Bloomberg Businessweek devoted an entire issue to explaining precisely what code is. It is true that learning how to code can take you far, although one skill does not necessarily ensure a healthy career.

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    7. These Tech Workers Don't Need To Know How To Code, And Neither Do You

      These Tech Workers Don't Need To Know How To Code, And Neither Do You

      Many years back, the battle cry began: Learn To Code! That call has only become louder since, with numerous bootcamps touting the idea that if you learn the basics of computer programming, you will almost certainly be guaranteed a sweet gig. Indeed, Bloomberg Businessweek devoted an entire issue to explaining precisely what code is. It is true that learning how to code can take you far, although one skill does not necessarily ensure a healthy career.

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    8. This App Will Help You Declutter Your Piles Of Unused Stuff

      This App Will Help You Declutter Your Piles Of Unused Stuff

      Americans are hoarders: There are now more self-storage facilities in the U.S. than Starbucks and McDonalds combined. Roughly a quarter of garages are too full of stuff to hold a car. The average home has $7,000 worth of unused belongings. A new app called Stuffstr is designed to help you declutter, whether you're on a Marie Kondo-inspired purge or just starting to feel guilty about everything you own that's going to waste.

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      Mentions: Starbucks McDonalds
    9. How Musical.ly Became A Pop Culture Phenomenon

      How Musical.ly Became A Pop Culture Phenomenon

      If you have a teenager, have been near a teen lately, or are just young at heart, chances are you've heard of musical.ly. The almost 2-year-old app that encourages users to lip-sync to 15-second clips of songs has exploded in popularity, especially among millennials. Every day, users upload more than 10 million videos to the platform, which has held firm in the App Store's top 40 since last summer, right beside the likes of Snapchat and YouTube.

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      Mentions: Asia
    10. This "Uber For Dog Poop" App Is Definitely Fake--Sorry, Sharing Economy Enthusiasts

      This "Uber For Dog Poop" App Is Definitely Fake--Sorry, Sharing Economy Enthusiasts

      Last week news of a new "Uber for dog poop" app called Pooper spread across the web. The app’s website, complete with a professional-looking promo video, promises on-demand pickup of your furball’s excrement for a small monthly fee. All you would have to do, the website claimed, is snap a photo of Fido’s filthy business and someone in a Prius would come by and collect it for you. It sounded like Silicon Valley had finally gone (arguably even more) off the rails.

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    11. Can AI Help The Mentally Ill?

      Can AI Help The Mentally Ill?

      An emotional crisis doesn't surface only in a therapy appointment. For those suffering depression, PTSD, or other mental health challenges, a breakdown can be a slow burn, developing over days or weeks in between doctor visits. Delay in treatment can have lasting consequences. "Very likely, every single episode of depression or mania is going to damage your brain a little more," says Thilo Deckersbach, a Harvard psychology professor who practices at Massachusetts General Hospital.

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    12. Meet The Entrepreneurs Building The World's Startups

      Meet The Entrepreneurs Building The World's Startups

      Over 700 entrepreneurs from 170 countries and territories were invited to the U.S. State Department's annual Global Entrepreneurship Summit, held this year at Stanford University from June 22-24. The summits work to increase the level of entrepreneurial initiatives overseas, as a way of promoting democracy, increasing prosperity, solving tough problems, and countering violent extremism.

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