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Full video: John Foley, founder and CEO of Peloton, at Code Commerce

John Foley is the founder and CEO of Peloton, a company that makes indoor exercise bikes with streaming online classes. Prior to founding Peloton, Foley spent six years in manufacturing leadership with Mars Inc. He also served as a president at Barnes & Noble, was a co-founder and CEO of Pronto.com, CEO of Evite.com and an early leader of Citysearch.com, starting in 1996. He talked about boutique fitness and the future of exercise with ...
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Unbelievable: My Front-Row Seat to the Craziest Campaign in American History (Unabridged) - Katy Tur

Description The NBC journalist who covered - and took fire from - Donald Trump on the campaign trail offers an inside look at the most shocking presidential election in American history. Katy Tur was one of a select cadre of NBC reporters on the road during the grueling 2016 presidential campaign, reporting from small towns and venues across America for more than 16 months. At the beginning of the primaries, Tur was assigned the Trump campa...
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This Cat Cafe Train Took Off On Its First Journey and Saved Tons of Cats

via instagram.com/yoro_railway/ All aboard! Climb on this purr-fect train if you want to someday snuggle up with Yoro Railway’s very first Cat Cafe Train , a special one-day event that allowed cat owners and cat fans alike to hang out with a train full of cats. Yes, small cats, fat cats, beautiful cats, mean cats, all kind of cats on board, all rescue cats that are in need of tender loving care. The babies attracted 80 people who purchased ...
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Apple bans misleading apps on iOS

As soon as you get your shiny new iPhone 8, you'll probably want to download some apps. So Apple took the opportunity to update its developer app review guidelines to make sure the App Store is in tip top shape. According to 9to5 Mac , it's now officially cracking down on misleading apps. The App Store has already had policies against such apps already, but the recent update makes it more explicit. The ban is against apps "including content...
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AI could help diagnose Alzheimer’s disease a decade earlier than doctors can

Why it matters to you Early diagnosis can help patients make lifestyle changes which may help slow the progression of Alzheimer's. A devastating chronic neurodegenerative disease, Alzheimer’s disease (AD)  currently affects around 5.5 million people in the United States alone. Causing progressive mental deterioration, it ultimately advances to impact basic bodily functions such as walking and swallowing. Looking for a way to help, researche...
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Google squeezes Symantec until it certs

Google has finalized a schedule that, over the next 12 months, will send companies scrambling to replace the digital certificates that secure their websites or risk being viewed with suspicion by users running Chrome, the world's most popular browser. "Companies are staring down the barrel of a boat load of work," said David Anthony Mahdi, a research director at Gartner, and the industry research firm's resident expert on digital certificat...
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'The Crown' star Claire Foy will be new 'Girl with the Dragon Tattoo'

All hail the new girl with the dragon tattoo. Claire Foy – best known as Queen Elizabeth II in Netflix's The Crown – has officially been cast as lead Lisbeth Salander in The Girl in the Spider's Web, to be directed by Fede Alvarez (Don't Breathe). She takes over for Rooney Mara, who portrayed the character in 2011's The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. Noomi Rapace played the role in the original, Swedish-language The Girl With the Dragon Tatto...
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The Father of Mobile Computing Is Not Impressed

harrymcc writes: Starting in the late 1960s, Alan Kay envisioned a powerful portable computer that would be a revolutionary learning device, then built some of the necessary tech at Xerox PARC and elsewhere. Today, his ideas are all around us -- but Kay is distinctly unimpressed with the iPhone, iPad, and other modern devices, which he says encourage passivity rather than creativity. Brian Merchant talked to the computing pioneer for a wide...
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Scrubbing in with Becca Tilley - iHeartRadio

Scrubbing in with Becca Tilley iHeartRadio Genre: TV & Film Release Date: September 14, 2017 Her new podcast is inspired by her undying love of TV shows Greys Anatomy, This Is Us, FRIENDS (it will ALWAYS be relevant) and even The Bachelor! She'll cover everything from dating and relationships to music, sports to her love of sleeping and anything that falls in-between. Original link
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Fitbit's 'lagging' encryption can be bypassed by hackers

Fitbit's 'lagging' encryption can be bypassed by hackers HACKERS CAN EASILY bypass the encryption on Fitbit trackers to steal personal details from its owner, according to reports. The Telegraph has the scoop and reports that a team at the University of Edinburgh found that it is possible to intercept messages from the Fitbit One and Fitbit Flex bands, accessing personal data as it is sent to Fitbit's servers for analysis.  Dr Paul Patras o...
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