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CES 2021: The 15 best new products revealed at the year's biggest tech conference

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Sony CES 2021 is officially over, meaning it's time to decide which products were the best of the show.Our favorite products shown at CES 2021 include rollable phone displays from LG and TCL, a cleaning robot from Samsung, and probably the most technologically advanced face mask to date.Visit Insider Reviews' homepage for more stories and buying advice.With CES 2021's all-digital event having now c...
Tags: Reviews, Google, Amazon, Gaming, TV, Fitness, Audio, Samsung, Trends, Intel, Best, Features, Computers, Cameras, Sony, Home Theater


Companies rush to replace the gym at CES

The year of the first-ever all-virtual CES is, unsurprisingly, the year of the virtual gym. The past 12 months have seen most of our fitness routines completely transformed — speaking for myself, my Apple Watch step count shows two big empty spots where March and April are. Fitness startups have seen unexpected windfall in all of this. In June, Lululemon announced plans to acquire Mirror for $500 million, while competitors like Tonal saw a 7x increase in sales for the year. In December, Apple la...
Tags: Apple, Health, Apps, Samsung, Tech, Ces, Apple Watch, Crossfit, Lululemon, Peloton, Amanda Cerny, Johannes Bartl, Pelotons, CES 2021, Jillian Michaels Ultrahuman, Kara Saunders


2H 2020 Quick Links, Part 5 (Contracts, E-Commerce, Defamation, Censorship, & More)

Contracts * Kidstar v. Facebook, Inc.,  2020 WL 4382279 (D.N.J. July 31, 2020). The plaintiff sued Facebook because he lost access to photos in his account. assuming, arguendo, that Plaintiff opened a Facebook account in 2004, the 2009 User Agreement became the governing document upon his registration in 2009 until 2017, when the 2017 User Agreement became the governing document upon his creation of a subsequent Facebook account… Plaintiff had reasonably conspicuous notice of Facebook’s contract...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Law, California, Washington, Ebay, Court, Bloomberg, E-commerce, Thailand, United States, Fairfield, Silicon Valley, Dmca, Google Maps, Crossfit


Job diary: High-level execs hire me to overhaul their daily schedules so they're less stressed and can get more done. Here are my top 5 tips that can help anyone.

Jan Lehman is a productivity coach and the owner of CTC Productivity. Jan Lehman Jan Lehman is an executive coach and the owner of CTC Productivity in St. Paul, Minnesota. After working as a software developer and a home organizer, Lehman realized she had a knack for understanding people's productivity issues and helping them transform their workflow. She started her coaching business in 2009, and now charges up to $1,900 for a series of exclusive one-on-one coaching sessions.  Lehman says...
Tags: New York, Microsoft, America, Trends, Boeing, Crossfit, Kraft Foods, Lehman, Don, St Paul Minnesota, Stockholm Sweden, CTC, University of California Irvine, Eugene Oregon, Gia Miller Visit Business Insider, Gia Miller


512(f) Claim Against Robo-Notice Sender Can Proceed–Enttech v. Okularity

Okularity “represents” several photography clearinghouses. This means that Okularity’s robots scour the Internet looking for clearinghouse photos and then send automated takedown notices for alleged infringements. “Okularity waits until the notices accumulate to the point when a social media platform disables the infringer’s account before contacting the purported infringer to initiate settlement negotiations.” In this case, the target was the magazine Paper, and Okularity filed 48 takedown noti...
Tags: Amazon, Instagram, Law, Copyright, Dmca, Johnson, Smith, Crossfit, Vodka, Usc, Viacom, Automattic, Shropshire, Umg, Dod, Amaretto


Here's a peek at how reporter Katie Warren uncovered a surprising culture among star instructors at trendy fitness company SoulCycle

Samantha Lee/Business Insider Business Insider reporter Katie Warren covers the lifestyles of the world's 1 percent. Hollis Johnson Business Insider is taking you behind the scenes of our best stories with our series "The Inside Story."  This week, we're interviewing reporter Katie Warren who exposed sexualized behavior and claims of fat-shaming among some star instructors at popular fitness company SoulCycle. Warren explains how covering the lives of the rich and famous ...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Singapore, Los Angeles, Trends, Retail, Siberia, Monaco, Soulcycle, Crossfit, Soul Cycle, Katie, Inside Story, Hollis Johnson Business Insider, Katie Warren, Dana Schuster


Copyright Plaintiffs Can’t Figure Out What Copyrights They Own, Court Says ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

This is one of several cases where major copyright owners are trying to punish Internet access providers (IAPs) for alleged infringements by their subscribers. Earlier this year, the court refused to dismiss the lawsuit in an opinion I described as “UGH.” These lawsuits against IAPs are problematic for many reasons, including the failure of 512(a), the danger of assuming that notices of claimed infringements (NOCIs) actually reflect infringing behavior, and the mismatch between the wrongdoing o...
Tags: Amazon, Law, Youtube, Copyright, Johnson, Smith, Crossfit, Vodka, Usc, Viacom, Automattic, Shropshire, Umg, Dod, Amaretto, Hawks


Getting Fit for the Hunt on “It’s Federal Season” Podcast

It's Federal Season Podcast hosted by Dave Castro is all about getting for the hunt. IMG Federal Ammunition. U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- ANOKA, Minnesota – November 5, 2020 – Getting the most out of every hunt or shooting competition by improving your fitness is the focus of the episode of “It’s Federal Season.”  Former Navy Seal and founder of the CrossFit Games Dave Castro weighs in on why fitness not only improves your health but can improve your hunting and shooting experience. Episode No. 15 ...
Tags: Minnesota, Guns, Dave, Crossfit, Navy SEAL, IMG, Hunting News, Jason Nash, Federal Ammunition, Mike Holm, Dave Castro, Nash Castro


Marjorie Taylor Greene, Republican QAnon Supporter, Wins House Seat in Georgia

Marjorie Taylor Greene, a Republican who has voiced support for a range of conspiracy theories including the bizarre pro-Trump QAnon movement, won the race for Georgia’s 14th congressional district. Greene, who previously ran a CrossFit gym and co-owned a construction business started by her father before deciding to run for Congress, once called QAnon “a […]
Tags: News, Congress, Georgia, Crossfit, Trump, Election 2020, Greene, QAnon, Marjorie Taylor Greene


A 512(f) Case Leads to a Rare Damages Award (on a Default Judgment)–California Beach v. Du

[VOTE EARLY AND IN-PERSON OR VIA OFFICIAL DROPOFF BOXES. DON’T RELY ON THE USPS TO DELIVER THE MAIL ON TIME!] The plaintiff sells “Pop N Go” playpens. Allegedly, up to 98% of the plaintiff’s revenues come from Facebook and Instagram. During the 2019 holiday season, Du allegedly submitted fake takedown notices to Facebook, Instagram and Amazon that cut off the flow of customers and led to depressed sales. The plaintiff sued Du and got a default judgment finding a violation of 512(f). The court sa...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Law, Copyright, Usps, Johnson, Smith, OPG, Crossfit, Vodka, Usc, Viacom, Automattic, Shropshire, Umg, Dod


512(f) Claim Survives Motion to Dismiss–Brandyn Love v. Nuclear Blast America

[Remember that our country is facing multiple existential threats. PLEASE VOTE.] This case involves two “heavy metal” bands, “We Are the End” and “Rings of Saturn” (the Spotify bio describes Rings of Saturn as “a progressive, technical deathcore outfit”). I listened to a few songs of each band at Spotify–this genre is definitely not my kind of music. At its core, the lawsuit involves a claim that bandmates were developing songs, then the bandmates separated, after which one bandmate allegedly st...
Tags: Amazon, Spotify, Law, Youtube, Love, Copyright, Johnson, Smith, Crossfit, Vodka, Usc, Viacom, Automattic, Shropshire, Umg, Dod


Wells Fargo's CEO apologized for blaming the company's lack of diversity on 'a very limited pool of Black talent.' Here's why that attitude is pervasive and harmful to workers.

Charles Scharf, CEO of Wells Fargo, issued an apology Wednesday for problematic comments about hiring Black employees. Reuters Wells Fargo CEO and president Charles Scharf issued a public apology Wednesday following a report by Reuters citing racially insensitive comments made by the executive.  Scharf said that the bank had trouble reaching its diversity goals because there was not enough qualified minority talent, according to Reuters. It's important to discuss why that argument is false...
Tags: San Francisco, Trends, Black Lives Matter, Crossfit, Black, Wells Fargo, Reuters, Ingram, Jana, Lindor, Dei, Greg Glassman, Cheryl Ingram, REUTERS Wells Fargo, Charles Scharf, Christie Lindor


The best men's workout clothes

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Vuori It's important to be comfortable while working out and that starts with making sure you're wearing the correct apparel. Whether it's a pair of shorts designed for runners or a specific fabric that reduces odor, there's a variety of workout clothing fit for anyone's lifestyle or fitness preference. We've rounded up a collection of the best workout clothes for men, with gear from brands like Vu...
Tags: Reviews, Style, Fitness, Trends, Features, Men, West Coast, Crossfit, Port, Rhone, Vuori, Olivers, Workout Clothes, Encinitas California, Janji, Rick Stella


Finding the Side Door: Startup Lessons from RXBar, 5-hour Energy, and More

Photo by Dima Pechurin This guest post is authored by Guy Raz (@guyraz), the Michael Phelps of podcasting. Guy is the creator and host of many popular podcasts, including How I Built This, Wisdom from the Top, and The Rewind. Guy is also the co-creator of the acclaimed podcasts TED Radio Hour and Wow in the World, a podcast for children. He’s received the Edward R. Murrow Award, the Daniel Schorr Journalism Prize, the National Headliner Award, the NABJ Award… basically all the awards. His ...
Tags: Amazon, Energy, Microsoft, California, Lifestyle, Los Angeles, Walmart, Walgreens, Chicago, Peter Thiel, Nebraska, Warren Buffett, Michael Phelps, Red Bull, Pepsico, General Mills


I Need Crysis Remastered to Live Up to the Original's Computer Crushing Glory

Crysis, once a go-to benchmark for testing your PC’s extremeness, is, as of last month, now on the Nintendo Switch. A game that once pushed hardware like my former Crossfit coach pushed me to puke in the middle of a workout can now run on a handheld console. From a tech-evolution standpoint, that’s incredible. But if …Read more...
Tags: Science, Graphics, Nintendo, Crossfit, Pc Gaming, Crysis, Ray Tracing, Crysis Remastered


Court Orders Rightsowner to Withdraw DMCA Takedown Notices Sent to Amazon–Beyond Blond v. Heldman

This case involves an Amazon seller, the plaintiff, who packages and republishes public domain cartoon videos, like Bugs Bunny, Popeye, and Mighty Mouse. The defendant is a rightsowner who claims that the Amazon seller infringes its rights. On that basis, the rightsowner sent multiple DMCA takedown notices to Amazon. The plaintiff counternoticed, but Amazon rejected the counternotices, so the plaintiff sued. It appears the rightsowner is claiming copyright and trademark rights in the term “carto...
Tags: Amazon, Law, E-commerce, Copyright, Dmca, Johnson, Smith, Trademark, Crossfit, Vodka, Usc, Viacom, Automattic, Shropshire, Umg, Dod


Exclusive: He's taking over one of the largest fitness brands after it was rocked by scandal

CrossFit's new CEO and owner Eric Roza has taken on a massive task.
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Exclusive: He's taking over one of the world's largest fitness brands after it was rocked by scandal

CrossFit's new CEO and owner Eric Roza has assumed responsibility of one of the world's largest fitness brands in the midst of a global pandemic, and shortly after CrossFit was rocked by a controversy involving allegations of racism and sexism within the company which alienated CrossFit gyms, athletes and sponsors.
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Product Review: Drink Wholesome Real Food Protein Powders

Based in New Hampshire, Drink Wholesome has roots in the nordic ski community. Founder Jack Schrupp is a Williams Skiing alumn. (Photo: DrinkWholesome.com) As summer training hours trend toward a peak, many athletes are looking for ways to support their nutritional needs, matching high volume training with high volume eating. A new product that should be on your radar is Drink Wholesome protein powder, created by former Williams ski racer Jack Schrupp. This protein is basically the RXBAR ...
Tags: Reviews, Google, Nutrition, Massachusetts, Sport, Williams, New Hampshire, Skiing, Crossfit, New England, Product Review, Protein Powder, Sports Nutrition, Gear Reviews, Fueling, Schrupp


State releases $46 million from federal relief act to more than 2,600 small businesses hit by pandemic

From taco shops to CrossFit gyms, day spas to pest control providers, the state of Illinois on Wednesday released $46 million in grant funding to a range of small businesses across the state that have seen their operations interrupted during the coronavirus pandemic.
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The Quarantine Stream: ‘The Titan Games’ is a Cheesy, Inspiring, and Downright Wholesome Reality Competition Show

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Series: The Titan Games Where You Can Stream It: Hulu The Pitch: Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson invites a bunch of amateur athletes to compete against one another (and against a few professionals) in physically demanding challenges that feel like Nickelodeon’s GUTS grew up and really got into Crossfit. The result is surprisingly warm and nice f...
Tags: Movies, Nbc, Features, United States, Johnson, Hulu, Crossfit, Nickelodeon, Mount Olympus, Featured Stories Sidebar, The Titan Games, The Quarantine Stream


Zeotap Scoops $42 Million as CrossFit’s Eric Roza Joins Board

Eric Roza, the incoming CEO of CrossFit, is joining customer analytics platform Zeotap's board just as the company announced $42 million in fresh capital. The latest funding round follows a projected 431% growth in revenue over the past year, according to Zeotap. "Zeotap is the most important data platform to emerge in years," said Roza,...
Tags: Advertising, Crossfit, Zeotap, Leadership & Talent, Eric Roza, Ad Tech & Mar Tech, Eric Roza Joins Board, Zeotap Zeotap


How much Apple, Tesla, Amazon, and 10 other tech giants pay their workers, from engineers to salespeople

Hello everyone! Welcome to this weekly roundup of Business Insider stories from executive editor Matt Turner. Please subscribe to Business Insider here to get this newsletter in your inbox every Sunday. Hello! Tech companies splash out huge sums of cash to attract top talent, as Rob Price reported this week. How much exactly? From his story: Compensation overall remains a closely guarded secret, with firms refusing to disclose their rates as employees take to forums and anonymous social network...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, US, Trends, Netflix, Gop, Holland, Fidelity, Rob, Goldman Sachs, Crossfit, Index Ventures, Business Insider, American Airlines, Lizzo, Omnicom


Demonstrations against police brutality, racism continue for 5th weekend

LOS ANGELES — Demonstrations and other activities in Southern California, and across the nation, targeting systemic racism and police brutality are entering a second month with no signs of waning. The ongoing actions were sparked by the Memorial Day death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Floyd was killed when a police officer knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes while he was handcuffed and face-down on the ground. The officer was fired and has been charged with second-degree murder. Three ot...
Tags: Hollywood, News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, Black Lives Matter, Lapd, Crossfit, Usc, Southern California, City Hall, Van Halen, Riverside, Mission Street, Boyle


Black Lives Matter seeks ban on LAPD use of rubber bullets, batons and more

LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles and its police department have until Friday afternoon to submit an argument in opposition to a request from Black Lives Matter-Los Angeles seeking a federal judge’s emergency order banning police from using rubber bullets, baton blows and other crowd control tactics during demonstrations. BLM-LA filed its application for a temporary restraining order Wednesday. U.S. District Judge Consuelo B. Marshall issued a briefing schedule Thursday giving the city and Los Angeles P...
Tags: Politics, News, Minneapolis, La, Police, California News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, Lapd, Crossfit, Los Angeles Police Department, LA County, Baton, LA Metro


CrossFit ex-CEO sells fitness company after controversial tweets

By Jonathan Roeder, Bloomberg CrossFit’s former chief executive officer has sold the fitness company he co-founded to an affiliate only weeks after Twitter postings sparked anger that led to his ouster. Greg Glassman sold the creator of exercise and nutrition regimes to Boulder, Colorado-based partner Eric Roza, according to a letter released on CrossFit’s Twitter account. Roza said in the letter he’s “deeply honored to have the opportunity to lead CrossFit through its next chapter as CEO and ow...
Tags: Business, Fitness, America, Sport, Soccer, Crossfit, Boulder Colorado, Glassman, Roza, Greg Glassman, Eric Roza, George Floyd, Jonathan Roeder Bloomberg CrossFit, CrossFit Glassman


CrossFit sold after George Floyd backlash

Owner Greg Glassman stepped down as chief executive earlier this month.
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CrossFit founder is selling the company after intense backlash

Greg Glassman is selling CrossFit, following intense backlash over his response to the death of George Floyd and the anti-racism movement sweeping the country.
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CrossFit Founder Greg Glassman is selling the company after weeks of controversy

Greg Glassman is selling CrossFit, just two weeks after resigning from his post as chief executive following intense backlash over his response to the death of George Floyd and the anti-racism movement sweeping the country.
Tags: Cnn, Crossfit, Greg Glassman, George Floyd


The founder of CrossFit — who just exited the CEO role amid controversy two weeks ago — is now selling the iconic gym brand

CrossFit founder Greg Glassman to sell company after "FLOYD-19" and sexism controversies. The new owner will be the third CEO in a month.
Tags: News, Crossfit, Floyd, Greg Glassman