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The Future Is Here: Double Amputee Is Outfitted With Mind-Controlled Prosthetic Arms
That's right – he can control the bionic limbs with his thoughts.
Researchers Are Using Yelp to Predict When a Restaurant Will Shut Down
With new software, researchers say Yelp reviews can serve as a crystal ball for restaurant failures.
4 Keys to Coping With Career Change
How do you move forward when you realize your work life needs to take a radically new direction?
At Work, Emotional Intelligence Pays
The ability to read colleagues' emotions at work indirectly predicts annual income, a recent study finds.
Do Brands Need to 'Speak American'?
Marketers are missing out on a cultural segment of U.S. population called out as the "New Heartland," report says.
3 Ways to Use a Rivalry to Increase Your Business Performance
Unlike competition, rivalry is personal, and it can either have a profoundly positive or negative impact on overall performance.
Bitter or Sweet? This One Thing Can Determine the Taste of Your Coffee.
A new study reveals that this factor can play a major role in how your morning brew tastes.
Taking Notes May Impede Your Ability to Remember Stuff
Your scribbles can act like a crutch, providing an excuse to stop paying attention because, hey, you're writing it down...
Remarkable Ways to Prepare for a Business Presentation
Consider some of these unconventional techniques for relieving stress and bringing focus before that important summit.
Calling All Chocolate Lovers: Cocoa May Improve Age-Related Memory Loss
Unfortunately, that doesn't translate into eating all the chocolate in sight.
4 Steps to Navigate the Rough Waters of Information Overload
The entrepreneurial realm offers an ocean of opportunity. However, with such opportunity also comes a propensity for confusion.
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.
Google Tests Waters for Potential Ultra-Fast Wireless Service
Wireless experts note that the tests could simply be basic research that does not ultimately lead to new products or services.
Study: If Your Team Has Too Many Superstars, Performance Will Suffer
In collaborative professional sports, too many elite players can detract from a team's overall performance, according to a recent study.
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