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Jun. 28, 2013 8:30 am

WellDoc launches diabetes-management smartphone app [Links]

WellDoc hopes to double revenue through new diabetes app [Baltimore Business Journal]: “WellDoc recently launched BlueStar, a new smartphone app which helps patients better self-manage diabetes and requires a prescription from a doctor.” Get to Inbox Zero–And Stay There [Inc.com]: “I plan to keep using [Mailstrom]–and living with less email clutter.” 3D Printing: Not Every Hobby […]

WellDoc hopes to double revenue through new diabetes app [Baltimore Business Journal]: “WellDoc recently launched BlueStar, a new smartphone app which helps patients better self-manage diabetes and requires a prescription from a doctor.”

Get to Inbox Zero–And Stay There [Inc.com]: “I plan to keep using [Mailstrom]–and living with less email clutter.”

3D Printing: Not Every Hobby Turns Into the PC Industry [TheAtlantic.com]: “3D printing began in big industry both as a way to prototype designs and (more recently) to manufacture parts. And viewed over the two-decade arc of the technology, the more recent hobbyist fascination with the technology hardly stands out.”

Under Armour takes space for first New York office [Baltimore Business Journal]: “Under Armour Inc. has signed a 10-year lease for its first New York City office and showroom.”

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