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 4 Counterintuitive Time Savers I just recently stumbled over the fact that Dave Crenshaw, the time management guru #1, is not only hosting amazing videos on the learning platform Lynda.com but also has great pieces up on YouTube for everybody...
 “Absolutely no organization can stand up and say their data is 100% accurate. That’s never going to happen. The key is to identify which data really needs to be accurate, and how you can achieve that”, Ian Charlesworth, senior...
I'm generally a fan of modern wisdom and sharing knowledge and experiences. Even though people nowadays live a busy live full experiences and continuously gathering wisdom, they mostly don't write them down or record them in another way. Maybe...
Gone are the days when companies expected their employees to spend all their time closeted in the office, feverishly working on whatever project deadline was next. Instead, today is the time when innovation and creativity trumps working from morning...
Just one year ago, the tech community was lamenting about how it would deal with all of the data that needed to be processed. The Big Data conundrum is that there was more data being processed on a daily...
 Pyro Board: 2D Rubens' Tube Sune Nielsen adds another dimension to the classic Rubens' Tube.  With a full board of flame outlets he let's the sound control shape and motion to turn fire into the coolest real-life visualizer to date. Future...
If sufficient funds are obtained via Kickstarter you could soon treat yourself to the perfect antidote to guitar withdrawal symptoms. There will be no need to suffer the blues again when you are forced to leave your guitar behind...
The market has been flooded with wireless Bluetooth speakers recently, and though we are not complaining, but it has become necessary to run some sort of acid-test to know the real deal’s from just the noise makers! So after...
Apple, a company that has long based its business on building a reputation for coolness, has announced a new plan to start building what most people consider a decidedly uncool device: a hearing aid. The company has teamed up...
Frequent mandatory password changes are common in today's tech-centered world, but the practical costs to companies are estimated at billions of dollars, according to a Microsoft study. People have a difficult time remembering them, and valuable time is spent...
Do you own a business? As a business owner, you can profit from using business software to help you manage your employees, work and finances. Of course, the software varies and the type you choose will all depend on...
Google’s Project Loon, which proposes the use of a network of balloons travelling miles above the planet to beam WiFi signals back to Earth, took a huge step forward last week, when the Ibis-167 balloon completed its first circumnavigation...
'Low-Profile Satya Nadella' as titled in some news articles has been appointed new Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft Corporation in February 2014. Contrary to popular believe the naturalised American Engineer has been with Microsoft for a long time already. He...
When Joe Belfiore unveiled Microsoft Cortana to the world earlier in April, he said she looked a little excited herself to be up there in the podium with him. “The user is in control of his/her relationship with Cortana,”...
Remember Betamax tapes? As a child of the late 80’s, I sure don’t. It seems that every couple years or so, what seemed like something highly advanced and pretty awesome gets replaced by something more advanced and more awesome....
When you have a team of highly skilled Six Sigma pros; Black, Green and Yellow Belts, it is important to make sure you identify and run worthwhile projects. It is therefore crucial to know how to identify these project...
Just in time before Angela Ahrendts takes on her new role at Apple as SVP of Retail and Online Stores we bring you a compact walkthrough on where Angela comes from and what she has been doing so far....
So, you're working out of your own home office. Isn't it great? You gain so much freedom when working from home as well as the ability to supervise yourself. And while working from home is beneficial in many ways,...
Google doesn't sit still. The company, long known for its innovation and expansion into everything from fiber optic networks to wearables, can't resist tinkering with its core search engine, either. Some of the changes tweak the SEO algorithms Google...
Establishing a new business venture is not an easy task. Most entrepreneurs fail miserably because they have no set action plan to follow on their new business journey. Following a few basic tips can accelerate your business growth and...
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Nintendo's Game Boy we wanted to share with you, 6 things that you did not know about the original handheld gaming hero. Thanks to Nick Deel and International Business Times for this great video! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nxn1h98RBXI Feature image...
You work hard, you save and you have even cut back and now use the generic products, but your bank account is still hurting. I hear it all the time from friends and family members alike. Where is my...
Faster, better, further - today we chase for improvement on all fronts. Increasing our own productivity for personal and professional life, to achieve better outcome. Often there are new tools introduced or new methodologies are to be learned to...
When you start a business, one of your earliest considerations will be what you are going to call it, Dave Clark from bond-branding.com explains.  After all, your company's name will form a big part of your branding. There is...

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