[Update: Hello, Protect] Existing Nest products get new Google Nest packaging

From I/O 2019 onwards, unified Google Nest branding has permeated across the company’s existing smart home products. The latest step sees Made by Google repackaging existing devices, starting with the Nest Cam Indoor. Back in May, the fairly recent “Google Home Hub” was rebranded into the “Google Nest Hub,” while the first product to be announced and launched under this brand was the Nest Hub Max in September. With the 7-inch Assistant Smart Display, Google was quick to append stickers announcing the change. All other Nest products at this point have seen a similar marker. This weekend [10/19/19], we…

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5 Products to Dry-Style Your Curls as the Days Get Colder

As those who have it know, curly and highly textured hair requires a lot of water, moisture, and attention. But as the weather gets colder and calendars fill up with holiday festivities, not everyone has the time to pull out a diffuser, or wash-n-go and risk having frozen hair—or getting sick. Luckily, a set of new dry-styling products designed specifically for curly textures are here to help your curls look just as good as they did on day one. When custom haircare brand Prose was developing their first-ever dry shampoo, they were conscious of curly-haired…

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Four products, including Kerela’s Tirur betel and Mizoram’s Puanchei, get GI tag

NEW DELHI: Four new products – Kerala’s Tirur betel, Tamil Nadu’s Palani Panchamirtham ‘prasadam’, Mizoram’s Tawlhlohpuan and Mizo Puanchei – received Geographical Indication (GI) under the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade. “PalaniPanchamirtham from Palani Town in Dindigul District of Tamil Nadu State, Tawlhlohpuan and Mizo Puancheifrom the state of Mizoram and Tirur Betel leaf from Kerala are the latest additions to the list of registered Gis,” said a release from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry. GI is an indication used on products that have a specific…

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Motor racing: Williams finally get their new car to F1 testing

Formula One F1 – Pre Season Testing – Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain – February 20, 2019 The Williams racing garage closed during testing REUTERS/Albert Gea BARCELONA (Reuters) – Williams were hoping to get their new Formula One car on track for the first time on Wednesday, days later than rival teams who have been busy testing since the start of the week, after finally getting it to Spain overnight. The former champions, last overall in 2018 with one of their worst ever showings, have been the only team whose…

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Happy New Year 2019: Get set to party in style this New Year

This party season, steal the limelight with the right hair and makeup. Experts suggest that subtle blush is a year-round must, but this season’s trendy rouge is inspired by the rosy glow you get when there’s a nip in the air. Here are a few more beauty tips and tricks: *Sweeping eyelashes: Full, false lashes on your top lash line invariably make your eyes looks larger and more awake. Keep the rest of your makeup palette neutral for a look that’s modern, rather than overdone. * Bright lips: A red lip…

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Yoga poses you should do to get fit

Image Credit: Supplied There is no better way to begin 2019 than by doing something good for your body, like yoga. This can be as simple as practicing at home for 10 minutes each day combined with meditation. Here are some moves that will make you a stronger, happier and healthier person in the New Year: 1. Get your spine moving with Cat and Cow pose Cat Pose (top) and Cow Pose (bottom)Image Credit: Supplied Starting in table top position, with the knees below the hips and hands below the…

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Did we get financially wise in 2018? Here are a few money habits that can make 2019 better

Mrin Agarwal A new year has started and no doubt resolutions are being made and things are being planned. A new year, a new start and way to go! But hold on! Is something being planned for your finances? For that matter, what changed in your finances in 2018? The assessment from my sessions is that only a small percentage of people have actually made a change in their money habits. Here is what I observed in 2018: [“source-ndtv”]

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