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Cyber Monday has come early this year.
Cyber Monday has come early this year.

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There are still three more months of 2020, which means you have around 100 days to make it a better year. There is hope for us yet. Step one — treat yourself.

For one weekend only, you can slash an extra 20% off these gadgets and gizmos because why the hell not have a huge sale in September? There are deals on kitchen appliances, phone and computer accessories, sanitizing equipment, and more. Just use the code VIPSALE20 at checkout to knock down the price. 

Cashew Smart Wallet with Biometrics and Bluetooth

With fingerprint authentication and integrated Bluetooth, this wallet doesn’t just hold your money and cards — it ensures they’re

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The Evolution of Business Models | Small Business

The business world has evolved over the centuries to take advantage of new trade opportunities, technologies and consumer demands. The business models that entrepreneurs create have also changed. A business model is a strategic plan for earning a profit, the means of showing how income will exceed expenses. Each new business era emerges as a natural evolution of its predecessors, so understanding yesterday’s business models can serve as a starting point for creating tomorrow’s.

The Production Era

After the Industrial Revolution the agricultural and colonial business models that dominated the world for centuries gave way to the production era. From the end of the 19th century into the 1930s, limited industrial supply meant producing goods almost guaranteed consistent sales. Manufacturing business models became popular as advances in production machinery allowed businesses to produce far more than before. Business models relied on those machines to achieve economies of scale, pushing costs

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The Best Work From Home Gadgets For Your Money (PART 1/2)

Working from home isn’t going anywhere. In a highly unscientific Twitter Followers poll, 50% of 118 respondents said they were never going back to the office. Data across the web both confirm and counters this finding. Working from home isn’t as difficult as many believed it to be but nor is it ideal. As everyone logs on from kitchen tables to realize their home is not their office, some items may be useful to convert space and make the 9-5 (and time afterward) a bit more bearable. Look out for part two in October.

1) Portal [Facebook] 

Sleek, integrated and works with WhatsApp, Messenger and a host of other apps, Portal is your all in one device that people can use to contact you. Instead of the chin and cheek pictures of phones, Portal uses its technology to frame

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Office Evolution expands into Roswell, providing a new option for remote workers | Business

As more and more of the workforce shifts to working remotely, two Roswell residents are bringing a new coworking facility to their town.

Coworking franchisor Office Evolution is opening its fourth Georgia location next month at 821 Atlanta St., Roswell. The franchise is owned and operated by preferred CVS developer Mark Gottlieb and marketing professional Jackie Blyth, who have invested more than $3 million to acquire and renovate a nearly 30-year-old office building just south of Canton Street. Construction is currently underway.

“Businesses are now shifting to more suburban, residential locations and tapping a variety of office environments—some as a result of the onset of COVID-19, some as part of the natural ebb and flow of the business cycle. Regardless, many employers now realize that remote work setups actually result in increased productivity with employees in a safe, flexible environment closer to home,” Gottlieb said in a statement.

“Our focus

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FOX Sports launches new app, website designed for modern fan with live TV, real-time odds

FOX Sports launched a new, completely redesigned FOX Sports App and website on Monday that offers an innovative design concept that caters specifically to the modern sports fan.

“FOX Sports is known for innovation, and this forward-looking digital redesign marks a new era. Modern sports fans are passionate, engaged and uncompromising. Our bold, distinctive products provide them a fresh way to experience the leagues, teams and players they love,” said David Katz, FOX Sports’ executive vice president and head of digital.

PLAYERS CAUTIOUSLY OPTIMISTIC AS MLB SHORTENED SEASON SET TO BEGIN: REPORT

Major League Baseball returns for FOX on Saturday, and the network’s digital upgrades include a patent-pending Bonus Cam experience for enhanced fan access that will be used for the first-ever quadruple-header to lead off the

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5 Contemporary Apple Gadgets To Invest In

There’s a lot in store with Apple’s new gadgets right around the corner. Hold tight as there’s a range of revolutionary products –coming really soon!

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Apple gadgets have been ranking at the top of the charts for premium and reliable products. With Apple India now live online in India, there are a variety of standard products and new arrivals that you might want to explore. While the classic Mac Books, iPhones and iPads have their dedicated audiences, there are some interesting new products that are yet to be listed

Here are few products that are hot-to-be on the listing! Browse through to discover some interesting gadgets with brand new features:

HomePod 2

After the revolutionary AirPods we have yet another

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Has Pegasystems (PEGA) Outpaced Other Computer and Technology Stocks This Year?

For those looking to find strong Computer and Technology stocks, it is prudent to search for companies in the group that are outperforming their peers. Has Pegasystems (PEGA) been one of those stocks this year? Let’s take a closer look at the stock’s year-to-date performance to find out.

Pegasystems is a member of our Computer and Technology group, which includes 602 different companies and currently sits at #8 in the Zacks Sector Rank. The Zacks Sector Rank considers 16 different sector groups. The average Zacks Rank of the individual stocks within the groups is measured, and the sectors are listed from best to worst.

The Zacks Rank is a proven model that highlights a variety of stocks with the right characteristics to outperform the market over the next one to three months. The system emphasizes earnings estimate revisions and favors companies with improving earnings outlooks. PEGA is currently sporting a

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Driving the evolution of health care wearables

Since its founding in 2014, wearable technology company Nanowear Inc. has rapidly advanced textile-based nanosensor technology for applications in the health care diagnostics and chronic disease management markets. Invented by cofounder Vijay Varadan, Nanowear’s proprietary nanosensor technology enables wireless, real-time electrophysiological, biometric, and biochemical monitoring for cost-effective, accurate, and continuous diagnosis through wearable garments that will boost patient compliance.

Nanowear’s platform of noninvasive, cloth-based nanosensors opens new opportunities for health-care-associated applications and multiple other industry verticals seeking reliable, medical-grade, multichannel sensor technology to monitor the body continuously (Fig. 1).

Figure 1: Nanowear’s patented technology could become the de facto sensor for health care and many other industries.

According to Venk Varadan, Nanowear cofounder and CEO, “with very little advances happening over the past decades in skin-based sensors and how data are captured and transmitted, innovation in the space has been limited to digitizing and transmitting information captured using

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Sip and listen to 7 podcasts about booze

More than five months into the pandemic, the early lockdown novelty of homemade cocktails and virtual happy hours may be starting to wear thin. If you’re seeking inspiration for your next quarantini, trying to figure out which wines to stock up on for the fall, or just feeling wistful for the atmosphere at your neighborhood watering hole, there just might be a podcast out there to quench your thirst.

‘Life Behind Bars’

If you like your cocktails served with a generous dash of historical context, you can’t go wrong with this deeply researched monthly show from The Daily Beast, which juggles broad trend pieces about the alcohol industry with deep dives into specific drinks. One week, the hosts, Noah Rothbaum and David Wondrich, might explore the history and evolution of a classic cocktail like the Negroni; the next, they might zoom out to discuss the decline of the dive bar

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These 2 Penny Stocks Could See Outsized Gains, Says Oppenheimer

Lines drawn in the sand in Washington D.C. are holding the next stimulus package hostage, but what does this mean for Wall Street? Despite the stalemate on Capitol Hill, the S&P 500 has rallied 9.5% from a recent low on September 23 on the back of strong economic data.Against this backdrop, investors and economists are starting to wonder if the better-than-expected recent economic data suggests that earlier stimulus packages will be enough to support the economy as we move towards a post-COVID world.Oppenheimer’s Chief Investment Strategist John Stoltzfus points out that “for all the elevation of uncertainty that has come to pass since the start of September,” the U.S. and international markets have been “on the mend and even rallying much to the consternation of bears, skeptics, the perennially nervous and even some denizens of the DC Beltway.” What’s

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