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Navdy's view of the future is a dashboard dream

But that dream is largely broken<p>Of all the technology crammed into our cars today, few things feel or look as futuristic as a heads-up display. Even though they’ve been around for decades and can be found in countless cars ranging from Corvettes and Audis to Volvos and BMWs, they are still both …

Android Phones

Windows malware discovered in more than 100 Android apps

Researchers have discovered Windows malware present in 132 Android apps, despite that it has no effect on the Android platform. The study was carried out by security firm Palo Alto Networks who claims that the harmful code arrived in the form of “tiny hidden IFrames” — HTML documents embedded …

Yahoo boss Marissa Meyer loses millions in bonuses over security lapses

Yahoo chief executive Marissa Mayer will lose her annual bonus and the company’s top lawyer has been removed over their mishandling of security breaches that exposed the personal information of more than 1 billion users.<p>Mayer’s cash bonus is worth about $2m a year and her personal cost from the …

Personal Information

Mark Cuban, David Bach, and other successful people share their best money advice for 2017

GOBankingRates asked 17 of the most well-known names in personal finance and entrepreneurship to share their No. 1 money tip for the year.<p>They offered their advice as part of our Best Money Expert 2017 competition in partnership with ImportantScore.com.<p>1. Eliminate credit card debt<p>Self-made …

New Transistor Could Let Devices Run on Practically No Battery

Tapping into an ignored source of energy.<p>A new transistor design out of the University of Cambridge could allow electronic devices to function for months or even years without a battery charge—or even a battery. This comes out of a study in the journal <i>Science.</i><p>To explain their work, Cambridge …

Engineering

6 Great Business Models to Consider for a Startup

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>People often throw around the term business model in discussing startups.<p>But just what is a business model? Which ones work best and why? How do you know if your startup has the right one?<p>A business model explains which consumer pain your …

A recent Goldman Sachs junior banker launched a podcast to explain everything you need to know about Wall Street

If you've ever heard terms like "IPO" or "DCF" tossed around without a clue as to what they mean — or speculated about 100-hour workweek horror stories and whether they could possibly be true, listen up.<p>Alan Li, a former Goldman Sachs junior banker who just wrapped up his two-year analyst program, …

This Startup Is Leading A Digital Health Revolution, Cutting Premiums And Improving Results

Witnessing the rapid advancements in modern medicine, paired with the emergence of wearable technology, mobile apps to monitor personal health and the rise of digital programs to replace traditional health plans — healthcare remains one of the most progressive industries in the global economy.<p>Over …

Digital Health

How Singapore will run the country using APIs

Taxi availability data. The government is putting data like these into the hands of citizens.<p>Say you have an animal problem in your neighborhood in …

Google has developed a 'big red button' that can be used to interrupt artificial intelligence and stop it from causing harm

AI agents, as they're sometimes known, can already beat us at complex board games like Go, and they're becoming more competent in a range of other areas.<p>Now a London artificial-intelligence research lab owned by Google has carried out a study to make sure that we can pull the plug on self-learning …

10 Carbs You Don't Have to Cut During Your Quest for a Six Pack

Turns out, there are some you're going to want to keep around.<p>For <i>years</i> we've been hearing that cutting carbs should be a cornerstone of most diets when you're trying to lose weight—but not so fast.

10 Exercises to Develop the Best Pecs in the Gym

“Maybe after seeing some photos of Arnold Schwarzenegger in his prime bodybuilding days, you’ve decided you want to build up your chest,” says Marc …

Muscle

Larry Ellison shares what dropping out of college and getting divorced taught him about success

If self-made billionaire Larry Ellison hadn't trusted his instincts and dropped out of college, he may have never founded Oracle, one of the largest technology companies in the world.<p>Speaking Friday at the University of Southern California's commencement ceremony, Ellison said his plan growing up …

What to eat before and after every kind of workout

Whether you're eating for endurance or snacking for strength training, it’s not always clear what is best to put into your body. Moreover, “what’s healthy on a regular basis is not necessarily a good choice for the race course, or even for a workout,” explained Barbara Lewin, RD, a sports …

Need Speed? A 5-Gear System to Become a Faster Runner

<b>Speed thrills</b>. Watching an athlete chase down an opponent, or dash away from someone chasing them, is an iconic and exhilarating element of sport …

A man with a full-time job and a profitable side business shares his best productivity tips

For perspective, I have a full-time day job, a profitable online side business and I also write regularly for six different large web sites including Entrepreneur.com.<p>Oh yeah, my wife and I have three kids 4 to 14 years of age. Let's just say there's not much disposable time for dilly dally in my …

What marijuana does to your body and brain

Marijuana's official designation as a Schedule 1 drug— something with "no accepted medical use" — means it is pretty tough to study.<p>Yet numerous anecdotal reports as well as some studies have linked marijuana with several purported health benefits, from pain relief to helping with certain forms of …

A Harvard Business School professor shares 3 ways to win a negotiation before you even start talking

Since I'm always looking for the crucial tools that empower people to succeed, this caught my eye.<p>Negotiating is an Achilles heel for many, but it's a key part of most situations. So how can we better prepare to take control of the game and win it?<p>Professor Malhotra is a seasoned negotiator who has …

These Infographics Show the Problems With Calorie Counting

You can meticulously count every single Jelly Bean or lick of peanut butter you’ve had, then calculate the number of calories you’ve burned to offset …

This open source tool from MIT Data Lab will change how you see big data

Data USA is an atlas that helps business, government agencies, and schools make better, faster decisions by visualizing big data in fresh ways.<p>In the …

Big Data

7 Tools to Help You Build an App Without Writing Code

These days, it’s hard to launch a startup without knowing how to code—or hiring someone who does. But, when you have basically no budget early in …

The Evolutionary Argument Against Reality

The cognitive scientist Donald Hoffman uses evolutionary game theory to show that our perceptions of an independent reality must be illusions.<p>As we …

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PayPal just poured millions into a popular startup that helps millennials invest by answering two simple questions

PayPal contributed the majority of the investment.<p>The raise brings Acorns' total funding to $62 million and aligns it with the biggest name in financial technology.<p>Acorns' goal is to capture millennial investors by boiling down the act of investing to small decisions, cofounder Jeff Cruttenden …

7 truths millionaires embrace that the rest of us don't

"If you follow the beliefs, philosophies, and strategies of the rich and take action, you have a legitimate shot at becoming a millionaire," writes self-made millionaire Steve Siebold, who interviewed over 1,200 of the world's wealthiest people for his book, "How Rich People Think."<p>The problem is, …

Six-Figure Freelancers Share Their Best Advice For Finding Success And Clients

Leaving your day job and launching your own freelance business is a dream that many creatives share. However, like starting any business, becoming a successful freelancer takes a lot of hard work, a strong set of skills, and the willingness to learn from others.<p>There are certain things you need to …

Entrepreneurship

LSD's impact on the brain revealed in groundbreaking images

The profound impact of LSD on the brain has been laid bare by the first modern scans of people high on the drug.<p>The images, taken from volunteers who agreed to take a trip in the name of science, have given researchers an unprecedented insight into the neural basis for effects produced by one of …

Consciousness

10 Words Smart People Always Use (and 7 They Never Do)

How many of the smart words do you use? And if none, here's why you should.<p>The rights words can motivate, inspire, and even change lives. The right words can turn an otherwise meaningless conversation into an unforgettable moment for your audience.<p>(And the wrong words can make you look dumb.)<p>In …

NEW STUDY: How to Activate More Muscle Fibers—With Your Mind

A new study from Denmark confirms the mind-muscle connection. Here’s how to use it during your next workout<p>The more you focus on the muscle you’re working, the more muscle fibers you activate. This mind-muscle connection was confirmed in a recent study from Denmark.<p>“The mind has a bigger influence …

Exercise