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Creative Brief: The Gift of Flipboard for Marketers

Every business starts with a story. Who’s responsible for spreading the word? A marketer, the convincing storyteller with a knack for solving problems, getting attention and influencing others to listen up. One thing all marketers value is information. That’s why we’ve created the Gift of Flipboard …

The Most Notable Medical Findings of 2015

Every week, I peruse around fifteen journals, some featuring basic science, others clinical research and patient cases, and still others a mix. As a specialist in blood diseases and cancer, I pay particular attention to those articles reporting advances, and failures, in my field. But I am also …

Medicine

The Beatles let it stream – showing that the format is the future

It was never a question of whether the Beatles would stream their songs, only when – and at what price. Their presence is a boost for streaming services<p>In the late 1990s, a senior executive from EMI lugged a laptop to Friar Park, George Harrison’s sprawling neo-Gothic mansion in Henley-on-Thames, …

George Harrison

8 Fascinating Things We Learned About The Mind In 2015

Memory erasing is just the beginning.<p>As the New Horizons spacecraft made its historic flight to Pluto and some scientists explored the far reaches of our solar system, others were making some incredible advances in their exploration of the inner workings of the mind.<p>Studies published this year shed …

Taylor and Compton fire England fightback after early Steyn wickets

A close-fought but rain-shortened opening day of the series ended with honours just about even. Given the chance to bowl first by Hashim Amla, Dale Steyn had taken the early wickets of Alastair Cook, for a duck, and Alex Hales for 10 in a blistering opening burst, and the off-spinner Dane Piedt …

South Africa

Samsung execs said to blame struggles on lack of software expertise

It would be unfair to say that Samsung alone is struggling in mobile: There's evidence that the smartphone industry in general is suffering a slowdown. That said, despite being a huge name in tech, the Korean giant has certainly seen its share of challenges, like being forced to cut prices to …

Selling

PSA: If you got a drone for Christmas, it probably needs to be registered with the FAA

Over the holidays, many of us got our hands on a drone. If you haven’t flown it yet, there’s something you <i>may</i> have to do before you venture outside today.<p>Any drone over 0.55 pounds (and up to 55 pounds, including the camera) must be registered with the FAA. Tiny drones — those that fit in the palm …

Flying car best gadget of the future, Volvo console worst, says survey

<i>Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.</i><p>The future's an elusive thing.<p>We think we know what it might look like. Then we get there, and it doesn't look like that at all.<p>But still we argue about it and think we can control our journey toward it.<p>Few …

Flying Car

KPCB’s Ted Schlein on cybersecurity: We’ve all been breached

Morgan Stanley. Anthem. GitHub. Ashley Madison. WhatsApp. Experian. The Office of Personnel Management. Dow Jones.<p>All of these organizations revealed hacking incidents in 2015. There have been so many that Dow Jones chief executive William Lewis remarked that “no company is immune” to an …

Think Islamic State has dealt a knock-out blow to al-Qaeda? Think again.

BEIRUT — The Islamic State has stolen the spotlight from its fore­father, al-Qaeda. But ­al-Qaeda-linked groups have escalated the fight to take it back.<p>In recent months, the older group’s affiliates have stepped up attacks on Westerners, expanded control over territory in war-torn countries and …

How Boxing Day got its name — and how people celebrate it

While no one seems to know for sure how it came to be called Boxing Day, it definitely has nothing to do with the sport of boxing.<p>Perhaps the most widely held understanding of its origins comes from the tradition of wealthier members of society giving servants and tradesmen a so-called "Christmas …