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On-demand doctor startup Ringadoc pivots to attract more physicians, adds $1.2M

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Ringadoc, a startup that provides on-demand telephone access to doctors, is trying on a slightly different strategy on for size. Since its launch in 2010, the company has charged consumers a flat fee (about $40) to speak with a physician anytime, day or night. But in an effort to bring...
On-demand doctor startup Ringadoc pivots to attract more physicians, adds $1.2M

KLM Introduces A New Way To Be Creepy On An Airplane

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Dutch carrier KLM introduced a program this month that lets participating passengers browse each other's Facebook and LinkedIn profiles. See someone you like and you can request to sit next to them. NYT aviation blogger Nicola Clark takes a positive view of the program: On a flight from Amsterdam...
KLM Introduces A New Way To Be Creepy On An Airplane

Ringadoc Adds $1.2M From Founders Fund's FF Angel To Connect Doctors With Patients On-Demand

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Ringadoc has a pretty big vision: To be the “frontline of primary care,” to let anyone and everyone pay a flat fee to instantly talk to a real doctor at any hour of the day. In pursuit of perfecting on-demand medicine, the startup announced today that it has raised $1.2...
Ringadoc Adds $1.2M From Founders Fund's FF Angel To Connect Doctors With Patients On-Demand
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Extraterrestrial Technology's Veterinary Tricorder: The Weirdest Product Of CES 2013

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The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) starts January 8, and as usual it, there will likely be all sorts of news about some truly unbelievable products: UltraHD televisions? Come on. 3D printers? Yeah, right. Like that will ever happen.  But in 2013, you can forget all that. The most amazing news...
Extraterrestrial Technology's Veterinary Tricorder: The Weirdest Product Of CES 2013

Study: Apple customer complaints low, call automation could use work

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A new cross-industry study published on Friday notes that while Apple received fewer customer complaints than tech rivals Dell and HP, the company's automated call answering service is the weakest link in the chain....
Study: Apple customer complaints low, call automation could use work
With $700K, Ringadoc Closes $1.9M Round From Practice Fusion Founder & More To Simplify Doctor-Patient Communication
Ringadoc nabs $700K to bridge the communication gap between doctors & patients

Ringadoc raises $700k to move closer to the frontline of virtual health care

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Ringadoc, a San Francisco startup that helps doctors manage patient phone calls, has raised an additional $700,000 in seed funding. The round, which included Siemer Ventures, Telegraph Hill Group and Dr. Lyle Dennis, a neurologist and founder of HealthKeep, brings the startup’s total amount raised to $1.9 million. Previous investors...
Ringadoc raises $700k to move closer to the frontline of virtual health care
You say iPhone, I say iFone: Apple loses Mexican trademark case (and more than a few pesos)
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