Laura Entis

Laura Entis

Staff Writer. Frequently covers tech, business psychology, social media, startups and digital advertising.
Laura Entis is a staff writer at Entrepreneur.com.
The Iconic Pepsi Ad That Made Coke Go Ballistic
Advertising

The Iconic Pepsi Ad That Made Coke Go Ballistic

Former Apple and Pepsi CEO John Sculley reflects on the Pepsi Challenge, an ad campaign that helped put the soda giant on the map.
Christian Bale Won't Play Steve Jobs in Biopic After All
Steve Jobs

Christian Bale Won't Play Steve Jobs in Biopic After All

First Leonardo DiCaprio and now Christian Bale have decided against playing the iconic Apple co-founder.
With the FCC Considering a Hybrid Approach to Net Neutrality, Will Anyone Be Satisfied?
Net Neutrality

With the FCC Considering a Hybrid Approach to Net Neutrality, Will Anyone Be Satisfied?

Under the framework, Internet service providers would be classified as an information service for consumers but a common carrier service for websites and content sites.
Seth Rogen in Talks to Play Steve Wozniak to Christian Bale's Steve Jobs in Upcoming Movie
Steve Wozniak

Seth Rogen in Talks to Play Steve Wozniak to Christian Bale's Steve Jobs in Upcoming Movie

The actor is apparently 'being eyed' to play the Apple co-founder in the still untitled Danny Boyle directed film.
Is Your City Among the 10 Richest in the U.S.?
Cities

Is Your City Among the 10 Richest in the U.S.?

A new report reveals the 10 wealthiest cities in America.
Attention 'Glassholes': No More Wearing Your Face Computer to the Movies
Google Glass

Attention 'Glassholes': No More Wearing Your Face Computer to the Movies

It's not just bad etiquette -- it's now officially banned by the Motion Picture Association of America and the National Association of Theatre Owners.
Lost in Thought? Here Are 5 Reasons to Incorporate Daydreaming Into Your Daily Routine.
Creativity

Lost in Thought? Here Are 5 Reasons to Incorporate Daydreaming Into Your Daily Routine.

Go ahead, let your mind wander. When it's appropriate, of course.
Google Is Developing an Ingestible Cancer-Detecting Pill
Next Big Thing

Google Is Developing an Ingestible Cancer-Detecting Pill

The idea is that nanoparticles will continuously monitor your body for disease triggers so they can be detected and treated as soon as they appear.
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Probably Coming Soon: Paid, Ad-Free Subscriptions on YouTube
Subscription Services

Probably Coming Soon: Paid, Ad-Free Subscriptions on YouTube

The video platform is finally considering a paid-subscription option that will allow users to avoid ads.
Calling All Chocolate Lovers: Cocoa May Improve Age-Related Memory Loss
Memory

Calling All Chocolate Lovers: Cocoa May Improve Age-Related Memory Loss

Unfortunately, that doesn't translate into eating all the chocolate in sight.
Elon Musk: Artificial Intelligence Is Humanity's 'Biggest Existential Threat'
Artificial Intelligence

Elon Musk: Artificial Intelligence Is Humanity's 'Biggest Existential Threat'

It's like 'summoning the demon,' the Tesla and SpaceX CEO recently warned.
Gilt Groupe Co-Founder: The 5 Secrets of Super Successful Founder Relationships
Co-founders

Gilt Groupe Co-Founder: The 5 Secrets of Super Successful Founder Relationships

Alexandra Wilkis Wilson, co-founder of Gilt Groupe and new beauty service app Glamsquad, reveals what it takes to build a productive and harmonious founding team.
Queen Elizabeth Had Something to Do With a Tweet
Twitter

Queen Elizabeth Had Something to Do With a Tweet

She may not have penned it herself, but was probably somehow involved in the process.
Leading Scientists Question 'Brain Games' Effectiveness, Call for More Research
Memory

Leading Scientists Question 'Brain Games' Effectiveness, Call for More Research

Companies like Luminosity that are making 'brain games' are capitalizing on older individuals' fears of cognitive decline by making 'exaggerated and misleading claims' unfounded in scientific evidence, they contend.
WATCH: Mark Zuckerberg Somehow Found the Time to Learn Mandarin
Mark Zuckerberg

WATCH: Mark Zuckerberg Somehow Found the Time to Learn Mandarin

He conducted a 30-minute Q&A in Beijing Wednesday entirely in Mandarin, taking the time to crack a few jokes.