Express Yourself With These 17 Emoji Accessories

If you’re lost in real life without emoji to let people know how you feel, have no fear. Your favorite characters don’t have to be sequestered to your iPhone screen any longer There are emoji accessories that will cover your lifestyle head to toe, from 14K gold earrings to nail decals. You’ll never have to actually laugh or cry ever again See also: 10 Ways to Spice Up Your Relationship in Emoji Check out a few of our favorite emoji-inspired Etsy finds for every budget and emotion. …

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eBay and PayPal will part ways in 2015

Despite spending most of 2014 arguing the opposite, eBay has today decided it will divide its popular payment and auction properties in two. Next year, the company will split PayPal away from its embattled auction site, and as a result of the…

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eBay and PayPal are splitting up

Citing a “rapidly changing global commerce and payments landscape,” eBay has just announced plans to separate its business into two distinct and independent companies: eBay and PayPal. Spinning off PayPal is seen as a way to refocus both companies on the “enormous opportunities” before them and to ensure that they move to grasp them as quickly as possible. Current eBay Marketplaces chief Devin Wenig will become the new eBay Inc. CEO when the restructuring is completed in the latter of next year, while American Express executive Dan Schulman has been recruited to helm the new PayPal. He joins today as President and CEO-designee…

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Basis Peak Monitors Heart Rate While You Exercise, And All Day Long

Basisannounced on Tuesday its next-generation fitness and sleep tracker that monitors your heart rate 24/7 and will eventually alert you of phone calls and text messages The company, which was acquired by Intel earlier this year, is still targeting its core demographic (mostly runners) with a new device called the Basis Peak ($199), while giving them a little something extra as the smartwatch revolution heats up.

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Basis’ new fitness tracker actually looks like something you’d want to wear all day and night

Basis’ B1 fitness tracker is one of the most advanced wearables you can buy: it can count your steps, measure your heart rate, read your sweat level, and even track your different levels of sleep. But while it offers an impressive array of sensors and data crunching capabilities, the B1 isn’t exactly a sleek or attractive device. Intel-owned Basis isn’t oblivious to this and its new Basis Peak fitness tracker takes a major step forward towards being something you’d actually want to wear on your wrist all day and night. The $199 Peak, which is replacing the B1 and will be available in early November, is a marked improvement over the B1 in both looks and design. It’s slimmer, lighter, made of metal, and just a whole lot better looking… …

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