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July 31, 2013.

Hi Jim,

Here are the new business ideas that caught our attention today:

 

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Handheld sensor detects stress and teaches users to control it

The PIP is a device that senses stress when held in the hand and can be used to control video game characters that teach users how to manage their anxiety. READ MORE...


In Brazil, vending machine only rewards ‘real’ music fans with free magazine

Billboard Brasil magazine’s Fan Check Machine inspects the tracks on users’ iPhones to determine if they deserve a free copy. READ MORE...

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Recipe book also improves cooks’ knife skills

The Slice A Recipe cookbook enables kitchen amateurs to practice their knife skills, as it needs to be carefully sliced open in order to be read. READ MORE...


Where Are They Now? Ubi

We caught up with Leor Grebler, co-founder of the Unified Computer Intelligence Corporation, to discover why the startup behind the Ubi is taking its time to get the product right. READ MORE...



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