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This New App Can Give Your Eyes a Workout and Improve Your Vision
Apps

This New App Can Give Your Eyes a Workout and Improve Your Vision

Staring at screens can hurt your vision, but the UltimEyes app aims to do the exact opposite.
Katherine Gray
Incorporate These 5 Habits to Take Advantage of the 'Highly Improbable'
Inspiration

Incorporate These 5 Habits to Take Advantage of the 'Highly Improbable'

Adding a little chaos into your life may just present new opportunities.
Clément Delangue
In Leaked Spoof, Netflix Takes Aim at Amazon's Proposed Drones
Drones

In Leaked Spoof, Netflix Takes Aim at Amazon's Proposed Drones

A parody video created by Netflix employees mocks Amazon's much-hyped Prime Air initiative and contemplates the harsh realities of drone delivery.
Geoff Weiss
Left Unchecked, Innovation Could Derail Your Business

Left Unchecked, Innovation Could Derail Your Business

If not properly evaluated, advances could cause disruptions that destroy your company.
Tom Cochran
Samsung Galaxy S5 Smartphone: A Quick Preview
Samsung Galaxy

Samsung Galaxy S5 Smartphone: A Quick Preview

Dying to know what the latest generation of Samsung's flagship phone will be like? Here are the details.
Jason Fell
Business Schools Should be Transformed to Drive Entrepreneurism
Education

Business Schools Should be Transformed to Drive Entrepreneurism

Universities should empower students with the skills to push an idea through to implementation.
Rory O'Shea
Next Up in Health Tech: DNA Hacking
Health

Next Up in Health Tech: DNA Hacking

This startup is developing products that allow people to monitor damage to their DNA, and is crowdsourcing the huge amounts of data required to make those results meaningful.
Katherine Gray
Coming in 2015: The Steve Jobs Postage Stamp
Steve Jobs

Coming in 2015: The Steve Jobs Postage Stamp

The late entrepreneur and father of the iPhone will join the ranks of famous inventors commemorated via postage stamp.
Laura Entis
Google Unveils 'Project Tango': A Smartphone That Sees in 3-D
Technology

Google Unveils 'Project Tango': A Smartphone That Sees in 3-D

Project Tango, a mobile phone prototype devised by Google that can create and capture 3-D models, will be distributed to 200 select developers in mid-March.
Geoff Weiss
Box CEO Aaron Levie: Microsoft Doesn't Have the DNA to Keep Up
Technology

Box CEO Aaron Levie: Microsoft Doesn't Have the DNA to Keep Up

At a recent meeting with journalists, Box CEO Aaron Levie and former Microsoft Windows Division president Steven Sinofsky offered their views on how cloud technology is fundamentally disrupting the IT space.
Laura Entis
How This Entrepreneur Cut Into an Industry of Billion-Dollar Goliaths
Growth Strategies

How This Entrepreneur Cut Into an Industry of Billion-Dollar Goliaths

Todd Greene's head-shaving razor is holding its own in an industry cornered by multinational giants with a design that's featured in the permanent collection at New York's Museum of Modern Art.
Catherine Clifford
What Sochi Can Teach Us About Trademarks
Growth Strategies

What Sochi Can Teach Us About Trademarks

When it was announced that Sochi would be the home of the 2014 Olympics, the International Olympic Committee jumped into motion, filing numerous trademark applications to protect the Olympic brand. While your startup doesn't have the global presence of the Olympics, here are some tips on how to protect your brand.
Passwords You Swallow, Sharks That Tweet and 90-MPH Cheeseburgers
Office Tech

Passwords You Swallow, Sharks That Tweet and 90-MPH Cheeseburgers

A roundup of the 10 most interesting new technologies that make us scratch our heads and say, 'What the heck?'
Jason Fell
Google Issues Some Pretty Darn Hilarious Glass Do's and Don't's
Technology

Google Issues Some Pretty Darn Hilarious Glass Do's and Don't's

Don't be creepy, do explore the world around you, plus all the 'glasshole' etiquette you'll ever need.
Kim Lachance Shandrow