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Importance of Insurance in Litigious America

If you are debating if you really need insurance or if you could coast by without any problems, think again! America has earned a reputation for being a hostile country for a reason. Back in the day, only the rich had to worry about protecting their pockets, but that is just not true anymore. Whether you are a small startup business, a modest homeo...
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Top Benefits of Glo for Seniors

Participating in yoga is not an activity designed only for specific ages; the benefits allow people across the generations to participate in an activity that stimulates both physical and emotional health. Whether you are a senior or you are trying to convince elderly family members to participate in this activity, understanding the reasons for choo...
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Influence of celebs on our life style

Promoting products through celebs is the best marketing strategy. The reason is that we always idealize the on screen faces. Celebrities are amusing us since the television was invented. Human nature is very adaptive and we always want more and more. The world is full of millions of crazy fans, follow looks, lifestyle and fashion sense of celebs. C...
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What can't be missed before graduation from high school?

Time flies away even before you realize what you are missing. Entering the freshman high-school year, you might think that you've got a lot of time remaining to learn and enjoy your school life. But, it won't be long when you'll be a couple of days away from your graduation day and all you could do at that time is sit and wonder where the time went...
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Make A Fresh Start By Adding Rubbish Removal To Your Move

There are a million and one things to remember as you pack up your possessions in your old home for pastures new so who would want to add an afternoon of rubbish removal to the occasion? Yes, you are leaving them behind but do you really your former neighbours to be told what an untidy mess you'd left for the new owner of the home you've just left?...
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Hyundai leads $14.3M investment in Indian car rental startup Revv

Korean automaker Hyundai is jumping into India’s on-demand mobility space after it led a $14.3 million investment in car-rental startup Revv. Hyundai, which is the second largest seller of cars in India, initially announced an undisclosed investment in Revv this week, but now the startup has confirmed that the capital is part of a larger 100 Crore INR (~$14.3 million) Series B round. Other investors in the round include Japan’s Dream Incubator, Telama Investment and Sunjay Kapoor of auto component firm Sona BLW. Existing investors Edelweiss and Beenext also took part in the deal, which takes Revv to $23 million raised from investors, according to data from Crunchbase. Revv was founded in 2015 and it offers on-demand car rentals using a model similar to Zipcar in the U.S. The startup is currently active in 11 cities in India with a fleet of around 1,000 vehicles. It claims to have served 300,000 users to date. One of...
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Apple removed Facebook’s Onavo from the App Store for gathering app data

If you were on the edge of your seat wondering what Facebook’s next major consumer privacy headache would be, the wait is over! The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple has deemed Facebook-owned app Onavo in violation of its App Store policies and will be giving it the boot shortly. In a statement to TechCrunch, an Apple spokesperson explained the reasoning behind its decision to pull the app: “We work hard to protect user privacy and data security throughout the Apple ecosystem. With the latest update to our guidelines, we made it explicitly clear that apps should not collect information about which other apps are installed on a user’s device for the purposes of analytics or advertising/marketing and must make it clear what user data will be collected and how it will be used.” In some ways, it’s a wonder that Onavo has lasted this long. Onavo, which Facebook bought back...
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The top 10 startups from Y Combinator’s Demo Day S’18 Day 2

59 startups took the stage at Y Combinator’s Demo Day 2  and among the highlights were a company that helps developers manage in-app subscriptions; a service that lets you create animojis from real photos; and a surplus medical equipment reselling platform. Oh… and there was also a company that’s developed an entirely new kind of life form using e coli bacteria. So yeah, that’s happening. Based on some investor buzz and what caught TechCrunch’s eye, these are our picks from the second day of Y Combinator’s presentations. You can find the full list of companies that presented on Day 1 here, and our top picks from Day 1 here.  64-x With a founding team including some of the leading luminaries in the field of biologically inspired engineering (including George Church, Pamela Silver, and Jeffrey Way from Harvard’s Wyss Institute) 64-x is engineering organisms to function in otherwise inaccessible environments. Chief executive Alexis Rovner, herself...
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The Rebirth of Radio Astronomy

The National Science Foundation has backed away from three of its headlining radio telescopes in the last decade. What comes next?Original link
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Keurig K-Café Review: Why I Love This Latte and Cappuccino Machine

The original pod coffee company has created an ace latte and cappuccino machine.Original link
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Prepare to Be Hypnotized By These Delicate Paper Robots

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University use conductive 3-D printed material and paper to build actuators for use in delicate little robots.Original link
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Xiaomi posts $2.1B profit in its first quarter as a public company

Chinese smartphone firm Xiaomi has posted a $2.1 billion profit for its first quarter of business as a public company on account of growing smartphone and hardware sales. The firm listed in Hong Kong in July in an IPO that raised $4.7 billion, but Xiaomi’s share price has steadily fallen since then. The company announced today that it grew revenue 68 percent in Q2 2018 to reach 45.2 billion RMB, or $6.6 billion. Xiaomi posted a net profit of 14.6 billion RMB ($2.1 billion), but it recorded an operating loss of 7.6 billion RMB ($1.1 billion) for the period due to significant administration costs around the listing. Costs had also weighed it down in the lead up to the IPO. Those initial results raise the firm’s shares by 1.6 percent at the time of writing. But it remains some way from the HK$21.55 peak reached last month. The bulk of Xiaomi’s revenue is from smartphone...
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Facebook and Twitter remove hundreds of accounts linked to Iranian and Russian political meddling

Facebook has removed hundreds of accounts and pages for what it calls “coordinated inauthentic behavior,” generally networks of ostensibly independent outlets that were in fact controlled centrally by Russia and Iran. Some of these accounts were identified as much as a year ago. In a post by the company’s head of cybersecurity policy, Nathaniel Gleicher, the company described three major operations that it had monitored and eventually rolled up with the help of security firm FireEye. The latter provided its own initial analysis, with more to come. Notably, few or none of these were focused on manipulating the 2018 midterm elections here in the states, but rather had a variety of topics and apparent goals. The common theme is certainly attempting to sway political opinion — just not in Ohio. For instance a page may purport to be an organization trying to raise awareness about violence perpetrated by immigrants, but is...
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CardMunch founder returns with HiHello, a new app aiming to replace business cards

A new app called HiHello is taking aim at business cards. While plenty of apps in the past have tried to kill the business card, they never achieved critical mass. Mainly, this is because most required that both parties — the business card holder and recipient — have their app installed. HiHello is different. Instead of forcing everyone to download its app, it simply generates a QR code that can be scanned by anyone with a modern smartphone. HiHello specifically takes advantage of the fact that today’s smartphones now have QR code readers built in — users no longer need to download a separate QR code scanner app to exchange information over this format. On iPhone, you can use the native iOS Camera app to scan QR codes. And on Android, Google Lens (a part of Google Assistant) offers similar functionality. (Although this should really be in its camera, too, ahem.) What...
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China Gets Another Crispr First With Embryo Base Editing

Scientists in China have used a cutting-edge Crispr technique to repair a disease-causing mutation in viable human embryos.Original link
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The Palette 2 lets any 3D printer output color

The Mosaic Manufacturing Palette 2 – an upgrade the original Palette – is a self-contained system for full color 3D printing. It works by cutting and splicing multiple filament colors and then feeding them through as the object is printed. The system uses a unique and internal cutter called the Splice Core that measures and cuts filament as it prints, ensuring the incoming filament can change colors quickly and easily. The printer can out items in four colors and it can print any amount of any color. It extrudes excess color into a little object called a tower, allow it to print as much or as little of a color as necessary. It also has automatic runout detection which lets you print larger objects over a longer period. It works with a number of current 3D printers and the printers require no real updates to use the Palette or its more...
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How to Show That the Earth Orbits the Sun

With simple tools, there are three things you can observe to support the heliocentric model of the solar system.Original link
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An Adorable Rodent Gives a Glimpse Into Earth’s Climate Chaos

Scientists track in incredible detail how the giant kangaroo rat and over 400 other species struggled and triumphed amid a punishing drought.Original link
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Sequoia wraps up new $695M fund for India and Southeast Asia

Sequoia has announced the close of its newest fund for India and Southeast Asia. The firm has raised $695 million for this fund, which is its fifth since it expanded into India 12 years ago. Reports at the beginning of this year suggested that the firm was shooting for a $1 billion fund, perhaps influenced by SoftBank’s gargantuan Vision Fund, but it was later reported that the target was cut to $650-$700 million. This new money for Asia is reflective of Sequoia’s activity elsewhere in the world, where it is piling up cash for more details. The firm is in the final stages of raising an $8 billion global fund while it is said to be preparing a China fund that could reach as high as $6 billion, with participation from e-commerce firm JD.com and state-owned Starquest Capital. It secured a $180 million seed fund in the U.S earlier this year. With this new money, Sequoia...
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Stratolaunch announces new launch vehicles and reusable space plane

Stratolaunch, the commercial space firm founded by Paul Allen back in 2011, has revealed a bit more of its plan for taking payloads to orbit via one of the world’s biggest planes. It’s now working on a pair of its own rocket-powered launch vehicles, and is in the early phases of creating a reusable, crew-capable space plane. The company’s main claim to fame so far is the unnamed aircraft that will be doing the heavy lifting. Its 385-foot wingspan is the world’s largest — but it’s necessary to provide room in the middle for its intended launch vehicle cargo. The Stratolaunch technique is in some ways similar to that being pursued by Virgin Galactic: use a big plane to get a rocket off the ground and past the worst of the atmosphere, which then drops off and fires up on its own. Looks like this: It saves fuel and is in...
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