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The InfraShine Flat Iron is a Winner

For years, women and even men ( does Samson ring a bell) have valued and treasured their hair. The longer and straighter the better. The problem is, this is easier said than done. And while making your hair longer takes time, and is out of your control, you can make...

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Net Neutrality’s Not Dead Yet

The FCC may have voted to kill Net Neutrality. But in the world of custom content creation, we've noticed the fight for equal Internet access for all shifting to Congress and the states. Senate Democrats led by Ed Markey of Massachusetts have amassed 40 co-sponsors...

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Five landscape design upgrades that always pay off

Landscape designers combine the disciplines of artists, architectures and visionaries, and the best ones design spaces of beauty, wellness and diversity.  For over 16 years, Broward Landscape has been helping properties in South Florida look amazing through property...

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Dr. Max Lingo: A Leader in Cosmetic Dentistry

Dr. Max Lingo of Evansville, Indiana, provides tooth restoration and tooth replacement treatments that are designed to function exceptionally well, as well as restore aesthetics to the patient’s smile. The crown and bridge treatments we use are porcelain based, and...

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State of the Art Camel Hospital Opens in Dubai

Camel racing is big business and important tradition. They are treasured and deserve the best care and treatment. The emirate of Dubai has recently opened the world’s first veterinarian hospital devoted to the care and welfare of single-humped racing camels. And you...

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CBD aka Hemp Oil Now Being Given to Pets

CBD aka Hemp Oil products are becoming increasingly popular for treating human health needs, and the trend is trickling down to pets. CBD (Cannabidiol) based supplements and infused treats for both cats and dogs continues to grow immensely in popularity as more pet...

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Three ideas for awesome outdoor living spaces

More and more home owners in Florida are recognizing the benefits of creating outdoor living spaces around their homes.  Whether it’s a full-service outdoor kitchen or an outdoor bar, a patio or deck, a pergola or arbor, or a fireplace or fire pit, these outdoor...

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Uber steps in it with data breach

Uber keeps running into trouble. The latest public relations black eye for the app-enabled car hiring service comes courtesy of a massive 2016 data breach. Last week, the company revealed that two hackers had in October 2016 broken into a server used by the company...

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Another Company Heard From in Hyperloop Competition

Brogan BamBrogan has a different vision for ultrafast ground travel than his former colleagues at Virgin Hyperloop One or Elon Musk, the man who originally pitched tube-based travel between cities. Forbes reports that BamBrogan's Arrivo has formed a partnership with...

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Facebook offers social media training for unemployed

Facebook is rolling out a new program, Community Boost, meant to give the unemployed, entrepreneurs and small business people a hand when it comes to navigating the digital world. "Today we're announcing a new program called Facebook Community Boost to help small...

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Investors pour cash into space companies

With billionaires like Elon Musk, Richard Branson, and Jeff Bezos all racing to get space-related companies off the ground, others are piling in, and investors are following. A report released last week by investment firm Space Angels shows that investors poured more...

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New at Walmart: shelf-scanning robots

Wal-Mart is going high-tech when it comes to keeping its shelves stocked and prices right. The retail giant will introduce robots to do such work in 50 stores. Brian Heater of TechCrunch writes: Any automation evangelist will tell you that the goal of industrial...

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Japanese firm sues Apple over ‘Animoji’

A Japanese company sued Apple over the electronics giant’s name for a new feature on the upcoming Apple X. Tokyo company Monster owns the trademark for “Animoji.” Apple is calling one of the features on its new phone Animoji. The Verge reports: The Tokyo-based...

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Why buying hemp oil at stores will only gain in popularity

Target recently made a splash when it briefly listed products containing CBD products derived from hemp oil on its website. Though the retail giant ultimately pulled the products, the listing spoke to the irresistible lure of a growing market for hemp oil. Stores like...

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Four reasons paddle board yoga is for you

To outsiders, it just seems whacky. “Why would you want to twist and contort your body every which way, all while balancing on a paddle board?,”they may ask. But to those in the know, paddle board yoga is the next big thing in fitness. And more and more folks are in...

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Kindle goes waterproof

Ever tried to read your Kindle in the bathtub? Not recommended—until now. Amazon last week introduced its newest high-end Kindle Oasis, and finally, the e-reader’s waterproof. The Verge writes: "There are physical page-turn buttons, plus the touchscreen page-turn...

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What paddle board equipment do you need to get started?

Whether you’re looking for a great workout, the serenity of being out on the water, or the excitement of reeling in the big one, stand up paddle boarding is for you. It seems like with proper paddle board equipment, the activities you can pursue are endless. But what...

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Welcome to the driverless vehicles future

The race is on to a driverless vehicle future. A few years ago, Google’s effort to develop self-driving cars may have seemed like a novelty. Now, that effort and others like it look like the shape of things to come. Last week, the U.S. Senate Commerce, Science and...

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Snoop Dogg’s VC firm backs Canadian cannabis company

Snoop Dogg’s cannabis-focused venture capital fund made a bet last week on a Canadian software maker for the legal marijuana industry. Casa Verde Capital, which counts Snoop Dogg as a partner, led a $2 million seed round into Trellis. Gateway, a cannabis business...

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