Airbnb is getting more serious when it comes to keeping fraudulent listings and shady renters off the website. According to Bloomberg, the short-term rental platform is buying Trooly Inc., a startup specializing in background checks to fight off scam…
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The FDA has issued a warning to social media users not to be taken in by miracle cures hawked on the internet. The agency found 14 companies that made fraudulent, outrageous claims about the power of their medicines on platforms like Facebook and Ins…
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Amazon is offering discounts of up to 25 percent on several Fitbit fitness tracker models during its Valentine’s Day sale. We’ve created a quick run-down of the discounted models to help you decide which one is best for your needs.
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With the new app roOomy Reality, home buyers and shoppers will be able to virtually decorate rooms, and then take this room design to open houses in order to superimpose their vision onto existing properties with the AR Google Tango camera.
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Swappa, where you can sell your devices and buy someone else’s, now offers protection plans when dealing with the latter. The plans are only available for phones for the time being.
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With hundreds of companies exhibiting thousands of products to hundreds of thousands of attendees, there’s a lot to see at Shanghai’s CES Asia. Here’s the real gems of the show — technology we’re dying to get our hands on, or in some cases, praying it makes it into a purchasable form.
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Kanye West opened a pop-up for three days in New York City selling merchandise inspired by his latest album The Life of Pablo. On its second day, Saturday, hundreds of people filled the streets and organized mayhem ensued.
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We live in a world where you can get a cheeseburger for $ 1, a functioning computer for $ 5, and thousands of HD movies for $ 10 — so it stands to reason that you should be able to pick up some pretty sweet gear for $ 25.
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