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Bad news for lazy dogs: A new device, called Whistle, lets pet owners track how much exercise — or sleep — their four-legged friends are getting.
Whistle is similar to popular activity trackers designed for humans.
The Whistle app, available for Apple and Android smartphones, is nicely designed.
Multiple people can download the app and see the same data through the same account, which is a great if others help care for your dog.
 the device locks on to a rubber strap that is then wrapped around the dog collar.
Because it is waterproof, dogs can take the Whistle with them for a swim, the company says.
The Whistle is charged through a USB cord that plugs into a computer or laptop.
The roads in eastern Ukraine are covered in barricades manned by armed separatists. A nightly curfew is in place, and talk of a Russian invasion hangs in the air
If you drive a taxi, how are you supposed to work?
That's the question an unnamed taxi driver posed to a correspondent for Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty during a recent drive around the eastern Ukrainian city of Sloviansk, where pro-Russian separatists are in a standoff with Ukrainian troops.
See also: 9 Essential Questions About Ukraine, Answered
The ride, which was captured on video, offers a unique view into the city's tense streets.
E-cigarettes are a hot topic this year. One minute they're public nuisances; the next they're helpful tools for quitting smoking. Other times they make users look like Boba Fett
People just can't seem to agree on them.
The latest alleged danger is the liquid form of nicotine, called "e-liquid," which is used in both e-cigarettes and customizable mods.
By Vanessa Richardson
Rather than waiting for skilled workers to come to them, many businesses are developing them in-house. Alex Frank’s first job out of high school was as a Starbucks barista in Sacramento, Calif. Thanks in part to college-level classes Starbucks provides, she is now studying to be a store manager.
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