Prolitec brings its commercial fragrance technology into the home with Aera, a smartphone-enabled home fragrance system featuring scents created by perfume design experts. The Aera starter set retails for $189, which includes a choice one of six aromas. Each hypoallergenic fragrance capsule contains 25mL of fragrance, which the company claims last up to 60 days or 1,400 hours. But is it worth the price?
Anyone looking for a place to stay in New York City will be annoyed by a recent decision by the New York State Assembly, which effectively banned the sharing economy based service Airbnb from operating in the five boroughs.
Samsung has sent out cancellation emails to those lucky enough to have got an order through while a 40” 2016 4K TV was listed for $100 on their online store. Calling it a “pricing error,” Samsung apologized for the “inconvenience” in the email and has given everyone who ordered the TV a $50 eCertificate as a consolation prize.