Laser-equipped shoes help Parkinson’s patients take the next step

Here’s an unexpected but pleasant little way tech might be able to improve a few lives: laser shoes. Yes, seriously. Shoes equipped with small laser emitters were shown in recent tests to help sufferers of Parkinson’s disease to walk normally. One of the possible symptoms of Parkinson’s is what’s called gait freezing, where a person

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Mattermark to shut down after selling to FullContact

Mattermark, the site for startup and company data, is shutting down its own business after selling in a disappointing outcome to FullContact. In a document obtained by TechCrunch, co-founder and CEO Danielle Morrill wrote that “common stockholders will not be receiving anything in this deal.” In other words, Mattermark employee shares are worthless. It was just last year that

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Goldman is reportedly getting into bitcoin and crypto trading

Global banking giant Goldman is setting up up a trading desk focused on bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, according to a report from Bloomberg. The bank is said to be in the early stages of setup, which means hiring and figuring out the logistics, including how the bank will hold the assets and keep them secure. The

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2018 Mercedes-AMG GT R vs. 2017 Nissan GT-R Nismo – Head 2 Head Ep. 92

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By | December 20th, 2017|Categories: Home, LifeStyle|0 Comments

12 new workwear companies every stylish guy should know

  Charles Tyrwhitt As 2017 comes to an end, it's time to start focusing on the new year. Creating a better version of yourself in 2018 should go beyond a list of short lived, far fetched resolutions. Generally, people just want to do and feel better in the new year, and a great way to start

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14 stores that save you time and shipping fees with in-store pickup so you get your gifts faster

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Orders from Toys "R" Us are ready for store pickup in one hour or less when ordered between store opening and 8 p.m.Toys "R" Us Instagram With the holidays approaching

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Here are the 18 biggest bankruptcies of the ‘retail apocalypse’ of 2017

This hasn't been an easy year for the retail industry. More than 8,053 store closures were announced this year. Mall traffic has dropped, and retailers such as Payless, Rue21, and Toys R Us have struggled to compete with ecommerce rivals. For some companies, the pressure became too much. A growing list of retailers have declared bankruptcy. Here are the most

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$1.9 billion later, Magic Leap’s futuristic headset has the same problem as Microsoft’s HoloLens

Magic Leap is a secretive Florida-based startup that makes augmented-reality headsets. On Wednesday morning, it finally unveiled its first headset — a reveal six years and $1.9 billion in the making. Rolling Stone, which tried the headset, described it as something very similar to Microsoft's HoloLens. The next step after smartphones is almost certainly some

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NASA’s next billion-dollar mission will either visit Saturn’s moon Titan or bring back samples of a distant comet

NASA just announced two finalists for its next New Frontiers mission. One project, called Dragonfly, would head to Saturn's largest moon, Titan. The other, nicknamed CAESAR, would fetch samples from the Churyumov-Gerasimenko comet.  One of the two options will be selected for full funding in 2019, and will be launch-ready by 2025, NASA said.   NASA

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Apple just admitted it’s throttling older iPhones — but says it has a good reason for doing it

Replacing an older iPhone's battery can help it perform better on speed tests. That's because Apple is using a new power-management feature to prevent iPhones with older batteries from suddenly shutting off, the company told Business Insider on Wednesday. Apple says it isn't purposely slowing down older iPhones to encourage customers to buy new models,

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