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How Amazon innovates in ways that Google and Apple can't

The Echo, Amazon’s voice-controlled speaker, was a big hit this holiday season. Amazon is keeping specific sales figures under wraps, but the company says it sold nine times as many Echo devices during the holidays as it did a year earlier.<p>It’s the latest example of Amazon pioneering a new product …

Cannoli Recipe with Pistacchio, How to make the Famous Sicilian Cannoli

Cannoli Recipe with Pistacchio<p>Cannoli filled with fresh, nutty pistachio cream are on a whole different level.. Fill your crispy, sweet, cannoli tubes with this crunchy, mouth-watering pistachio cream and it will make you feel as though you're in a village in Sicily...<p><b>Watch video recipe:</b><p><i>Cannoli</i> …

In the future, cities may finally solve problems that have stumped the world’s biggest nations

Cities are shaping the future of global affairs.<p>Over the next seven days, tens of thousands of people from around the world will convene in Quito for Habitat III. Heads of state, mayors, corporate leaders, and civil society representatives will join this United Nations conference to explore ways in …

Smart Cities

The Australian Watchmaker Using A Subtle Psychology Trick To Sell Less

We want what we can’t have. Not just in love. Or at the nightclub. Or when the new smartphone <i>conveniently</i> sells out on launch day. We want what we can’t have in <i>everything</i>. Our brains are inclined to associate scarcity with perceived value, which means that when a specific item is limited the more …

Customers

5 Habits of the Most Likable People

Likability brings along some undeniable advantages. Here's how to increase yours.<p>While still children on the playground, we begin learning one of life's most beneficial skills: the ability to play well with others.<p>That trait continues to reap benefits through adulthood. For example, when you make …

Innovation guru Clayton Christensen’s new theory is meant to protect you from disruption

If you’re sick of hearing about disruption, blame Clayton Christensen, who introduced the concept into business jargon.<p>Christensen is possibly the most influential management thinker in Silicon Valley. His 1997 book, <i>The Innovator’s Dilemma,</i> was embraced by Intel’s Andy Grove, quoted by Steve Jobs, …

Innovation