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Quirky files for bankruptcy, will likely sell its IoT company Wink in the next 60 days

static1.squarespace520x245.jpgIndustrial design company Quirky today announced that it has filed for bankruptcy after months of rumors. In a blog post, the company confirmed it is actively selling its internet of things-focused subsidiary, Wink. Founded in 2009, Quirky began as a startup that garnered the power of its community to submit design ideas, and carried the production process out if approved by its team members. Some of its most successful products include a flexible surge protector and a modular storage system inspired by milk crates. Along the way, Quirky became even more ambitious. In partnering with the likes of General Electric and Home Depot,… This story continues at The Next Web
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