The folks at Gate want you to know when the postman is coming. Their new product, available now on Kickstarter, is a smart mailbox sensor that tells you when someone is digging in your post box or dropping off letters.
Some entrepreneurs are morning people while others do better late at night. And while every individual operates differently, one thing is certain: everyone could use a little productivity boost from time to time.
Wall Street didn’t have the highest expectations for Tesla this quarter, but the company actually did quite a bit better than was expected. It was predicted that Tesla would lose about 50 cents per share; instead, they lost 36 cents.
The world around us is screaming with signals our original five senses don’t detect. Unlike some snakes, we can’t sense infrared with our naked eyes and unlike ducks and geese, we don’t have a native intuition for magnetic fields.
A company can’t easily shore up its weaknesses, especially when it grows to the size of Facebook, but the social network has managed to slowly but surely reinvent itself on mobile in a way that makes sense and resonates with users. FB surely stumbled...
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