Iron Man is real: British inventor builds flight suit

Richard Browning may not be the real life Tony Stark, but he has taken inspiration from the comic book character, building his own Iron Man-style suit.

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Top CRM Blogs of 2016: Countdown, Part 2


There’s something to be said for consistency. Baseball Hall-of-Famer Tony Gwynn hit over .300 19 years in a row. The swallows have returned to Mission San Juan Capistrano every year since 1812. Richard Belzer played Detective John Munch in nine different television series over 23 years. Doing things well for a long time should earn you some attention for your efforts. This year, the Top 10 CRM blogs are all repeat visitors from last year’s list. Positions have changed, but the players remain consistent.

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New SF Store Showcases Apple's Trademark Creativity


Apple last week opened a San Francisco flagship store in the city’s tony Union Square shopping district. The store has a 42-foot-tall sliding glass door and a 50-foot tall green wall and is powered by 100 percent renewable energy, the company said. “We have a deep commitment to the cities we work in and are aware of the importance that architecture plays in the community,” said Jonathan Ive, Apple’s chief design officer. “It all starts with the storefront … where the building blends the inside and the outside.”

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How are all those screens changing kids' behavior?

In a recent op-ed in the New York Times, businessman and author Tony Schwartz offered an honest yet troubling account of what he calls his “addiction” to technology.


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Apple opens Upper East Side NYC store with unique design elements, including VIP bank vault

Apple’s somewhat controversial new store on Manhattan’s tony Upper East Side opened for business this weekend, and photos of the remodeled bank reveal a number of one-off design flourishes including a dedicated Beats display wall and a bank vault-turned-VIP room.



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Ex-Apple iPod chief Tony Fadell to oversee Google's Glass project after reorg

Former Apple executive Tony Fadell –?known colloquially as the “father of the iPod” –?is set to take over Google’s Glass augmented reality project as the search giant reorganizes the stumbling wearable team.



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Former iPod product leader Andy Hodge hired by Dropcam

Andy Hodge, who worked under Tony Fadell on Apple’s original iPod team, has been hired to lead hardware and product strategy at smart video surveillance camera company Dropcam.



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