Technology is subtly transforming the way we eat at restaurants.  You can now have your DNA taken to see which nutrients you need more or less. This service depicts a full analysis of your genetic makeup. It then creates a meal perfectly calibrated to what your body needs. More often then not, we don’t need any pasta. Social Media also plays a role in what people want to eat. “25 percent of people have been influenced to try a restaurant on holiday by pictures they’ve seen on social media. 18 percent of those surveyed said they were more likely to visit a restaurant if it serves food that will look good on social media.”



A guide to the best days to do your online Holiday shopping! Experts say the days surrounding Thanksgiving weekend are the top-selling days of the year and should offer the biggest deals for most people. Overall US holiday sales are expected to grow 3.6 percent to 4 percent, hitting $678.75 billion to $682 billion, according to the National Retail Federation.



The most exciting software innovations of the year! Everything from voice assistants to a new file format along with JetBlue’s Face recognition. Technology is taking on more new and exciting leaps into software and devices. Some more beneficial than others, for instance, this year Google made an AI that flushes out trolls. Which protects users from being attacked on free speech and online harassment. While Tinder a popular dating app now has a machine-learning algorithm that will change your profile picture based on how an individual swiper might react to a certain photo.



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