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Unicorns are ready for a haircut – TechCrunch

Unicorns are ready for a haircut – TechCrunch

The digitization of your haircut may not have been on your 2020 bucket list, but 2021 has an even more surprising line item: Tech-powered barbershops are now a business proposition valued at nearly a billion dollars. Squire is a back-end barbershop management tool for independent businesses. I first covered it …

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3G-only Kindles begin their long, slow death this year

3G-only Kindles begin their long, slow death this year

Enlarge / 2007-era Kindles had a pretty good fourteen-year run—but we imagine there are some 2016-era Kindle Oasis (8th-gen) owners feeling pretty salty about their free 3G broadband going away right now. This Wednesday, Amazon sent a notification email to customers who bought early Kindle e-readers. First- and second-generation Kindle …

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Cold Stimulation Test: MedlinePlus Medical Test

Cold Stimulation Test: MedlinePlus Medical Test

What is a cold stimulation test? A cold stimulation test involves placing your fingers in an ice water bath to find out if you have Raynaud’s syndrome. Raynaud’s syndrome, also known as Raynaud’s disease or Raynaud’s phenomenon, is a condition that causes brief episodes where little or no blood flows …

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Feds invest $400M to cut greenhouse gas emissions at ArcelorMittal Dofasco

Feds invest 0M to cut greenhouse gas emissions at ArcelorMittal Dofasco

The federal government is investing $400 million in a project aimed at cutting emissions at ArcelorMittal Dofasco. Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, along with Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne and Minister of Labour, Filomena Tassi, made the announcement at the Hamilton steelmaker on Friday. The government said its investment is part of a $1.765-billion project to phase …

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