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Zune struggled to capture even one-eighth of the iPod's market share. Why did Zune, backed by the Microsoft tech juggernaut, fail to find its foothold? Simple: product planning.
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The Japanese potty-maker has a luxurious new throne that cares for your nether parts.
The Coros Linx Smart Cycling Helmet uses bone conduction audio to keep riders alert but not bored.
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This comes as part of a push to focus on its core businesses.
EcoHelmet could be purchased for less than $5 at bike rental locations and recycled after use.
We're holding out for the BookBook Pro.
Startups fail for a lot of reasons: a lack of money (duh), poor marketing, a pivot gone awry, legal challenges. But another, different reason tops the list year after year.
Fin's breakthrough entry into Kickstarter could mean consumers will start seeing more sex toys on the leading crowdfunding website.
On Twitter, many potential buyers were underwhelmed by the new features and posted pictures of people crying about the new prices.
U.S. regulators are warning owners of certain top-load Samsung appliances of 'safety issues.'
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