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Is Georgia on national Democrats' minds?

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Millennials and avocados are key to Chipotle's comeback

by Meghan McCarty Carino Oct 22, 2019
The fast-casual chain has turned around business since the health scares of years past.
Online orders account for almost a fifth of sales at Chipotle. Above, the restaurant's workers fill orders.
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Savings app aims to combat predatory payday loans

by Peggy Lowe Aug 9, 2019
Still in its pilot phase, Onward promotes saving in small increments with a view to building a nest egg and eventually creating credit.
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What consumers and other tech companies have against Apple's App Store

by Kai Ryssdal and Bennett Purser Jan 15, 2019
App sales from Google Play and Apple’s App Store are estimated to be a part of a $101 billion industry. Both companies make a profit by charging developers a 15-30 percent fee every time a consumer purchases an app, a model that…
This illustration picture taken on April 19, 2018 in Paris shows the tablet and smartphone app for the Apple Store.
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Why mobile quiz apps are rocking the trivia world

by Molly Wood and Maria Hollenhorst Mar 30, 2018
"It's a profitable hobby all of the sudden" says trivia enthusiast Neal Pollack.
HQ Trivia

The dreaded FAFSA form is going mobile

by Jed Kim Dec 1, 2017
The move is meant to meet teenagers on their phones and make it simpler for them to apply.
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Beacons help Waze users navigate Pittsburgh's tricky tunnel exits

by Erika Beras Apr 17, 2017
The $30 gadgets are meant to solve 'tunnel blindness' and prevent accidents.
The Waze app indicates a tunnel is on the route and prompts you to use Bluetooth so the app continues working.  
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New York's taxi economy implodes

by Marielle Segarra Apr 3, 2017
With rivals like Uber on scene, yellow cab medallion prices have fallen hard.
New York City taxis wait for passengers.
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Cracker Jack prizes are now a thing of the past

by Kai Ryssdal Apr 25, 2016
They will be replaced with QR codes for mobile games
An image of what these new "prizes" look like. 
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A test for superheroes: will mobile comics fly?

by Marketplace Contributor Mar 10, 2016
The mobile challenge: you read one panel, move down. Read another, down some more.
Traditional comics pages make for good reading on a tablet screen, but shrink those panels down to mobile phone size, and all kinds of text and imagery can get lost in translation. 
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The app store's 'middle class' is drying up

by Tony Wagner Mar 3, 2016
The market has dried up, leaving only the big players like Facebook, Google and Uber.
A model shows a 3G iPhone during its launch sale in Hong Kong on July 11, 2008. The iPhone 3G was the first model with access to Apple's App Store.
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