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Sep. 30, 2013 2:43 pm

Ringly: pre-launch, stealth mode wearable tech startup from eBay alumnae

Some other details around eBay alumnae Christina Mercando's new startup Ringly, for which she raised a $1 million initial investment and, though pre-launch, appears to be aiming to address our obsessive digital interaction with some wearable tech play.

Christina Mercando

Some other details around eBay alumnae Christina Mercando’s new startup Ringly, for which she raised a $1 million initial investment and, though pre-launch, appears to be aiming to address our obsessive digital interaction with some wearable tech play.

While the site hasn’t fully launched, interested parties can sign up for an announcement of the startup’s debut here. More details are to come in coming weeks.

On the blog of payroll company JustWorks, Mercando revealed a little bit about what Ringly will do. In the post, the CEO and cofounder describes three planned core values that included redefining your relationship with technology, less is often more and “we like people who are weird.”

Other details:

Strangely, seven months ago, Domain.com picked the name “Ringly” when it wanted to do a blog post about a fake company for helping squirrels. That’s probably unrelated.

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