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Advice from Olympic marathon runner Ed Eyestone As a two-time Olympic marathoner, I can testify: Running can be boring. And frustrating. Especially the way the typical guy does it—the same 4- or 5-mile
Georges St-Pierre is one of the best fighters in the world. But to stay on top, he treats himself like a white belt Gym rats often debate the ideal number of workouts a week it takes to build muscle and
We’ve previously covered Hojoki’s efforts in the enterprise space, as it has gradually beefed out its newsfeed for cloud apps. Now, it’s looking to build on this groundwork with the launch of a brand standalone
Measure your training progress for any distance race. Every runner needs a "go-to" workout—an interval session, a goal-pace run, or other key workout to complete more than once during a training cycle.
To Put Its Listening Rooms On More Platforms, Soundrop Picks Up $3.4M Led By Spotify Investor Northzone
Norwegian startup Soundrop first made its name as an app on Spotify, tapping into the streaming platform’s catalog to create real-time group listening rooms that were popular places for Spotify users congregate
Google today launched a new advertising application in beta called Google Web Designer. The company says the tool is for creating “professional-quality design” HTML5 ads and campaigns accessible to everyone
Wildly-popular messaging service WeChat and its Weixin counterpart (which only users in China get) have hit a combined new high of 235.8 million monthly active users, up a staggering 176.8 percent year-on-year.
If you've ever gone on a long vacation (or hidden from someone at least once in your life) there's a chance you'll find high-tech doorbells useful. A new device called iDoorCam, in particular, claims be
As two of YouTube's co-founders, Chad Hurley and Steve Chen have already played key roles in one disruptive video-sharing service. Now they're hoping to strike gold for a second time with a mobile app