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Angel investor Esther Dyson tells CNBC: "The Jawbone, which I'm actually wearing my underwear, I use for sleep." She also wears three bands on her wrist.
NASA's New Horizons probe, after travelling for 9 years, was scheduled to reach Pluto this morning to take pictures, NBC News reports.
LAUREL, Md., July 14- More than nine years after its launch, a U.S. spacecraft sailed past Pluto on Tuesday, capping a 3 billion mile journey to the solar system's farthest reaches, NASA said. "It's truly a mark in human history," said John Grunsfeld, NASA's associate administrator for science from the mission control center at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics...