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When Facebook takes 6 minutes to load, the added curve should help the phone act as a boomerang when I throw it across the room, promoting my life-long devotion to laziness. 
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Awesome. Doesn't get more conclusive than that. 
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Now, as this generation takes on the adult responsibilities of relationships, millennial women now have a way to show how angry they are when a man fails to meet her expectations.....
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"However, many email marketers are worried about the impact of these new tabs on email campaigns, as they fear their email blasts will automatically be dumped into the Promotions tab and ignored by Gmail users."
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Kelly is Seattle-based digital strategist and tech analyst. She cares less about the gadgets and more about the products that will solve real problems. She loves good design, good marketing...and a good cup of coffee, too. 

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