Everyone wants to be more confident, but not everyone knows how to be assertive. Assertive falls right between passive and aggressive. If you're passive about voicing your opinion, you may come across
Amazon has pledged to expand its same-day service to underserved people in the 27 cities in which it currently operates, and not to launch the service anywhere else without being able to cover every zip
People have been taking the dissociative anesthetic as a treatment for mental health illnesses for years, but there are specific roadblocks holding it back from widespread medicinal use. This article appeared
We all have that inner voice--the that tells you you're not going to make it. That you're not good enough. You're undeserving. It's too late. You can't win. You fail at everything. If you listen to it,
Consider this your excuse for hitting the snooze button. Research has already proven that insomnia is more common in women than in men, and now it seems that women also need more sleep than men to function
Android Circuit: Galaxy S7's Big Problem, How LG Will Defeat Samsung, Falling Prices Killing Android
Taking a look back at seven days of news across the Android world, this week’s Android Circuit includes Samsung’s storage problems with the Galaxy S7, the flashy display of the South Korean flagship smartphone,
We know we should put the cigarettes away or make use of that gym membership, but in the moment, we just don't do it. There is a cluster of neurons in our brain critical for motivation, though. What if
If history is any indication, Apple's next flagship smartphone (presumably called the iPhone 7) will make its debut in September. The most significant competition it's likely to face, however, could arrive
Apple makes a killer phone, the most popular tablet in the world, and a line of standard-setting laptops. Samsung also makes a killer phone, a less popular line of tablets, and some pretty alright laptops.
It's the world after personal data: all identifying information is illegal. No servers, no search records, no social, no surveillance. A pair of satellites, circling the planet, make sure the data centers
A new wave of aircraft design is emerging–and NASA is helping. It’s probably been a long time since flying amazed you. Air travel tends to feel like an inconvenience these days–not a miracle of engineering.
The black hole is famously so dense, not even light can escape it. But something can, or at least it can linger at the edges. This is the centerpiece of Stephen Hawking’s new theory about black holes.
How does this mysterious three-pound organ called the brain hold such sway over the matters of life, death, consciousness, perception, sleep, and so much more? And, does this bran we were born with achieve
Ars Technica reports that the vulnerability was unearthed by members of Google's Project Zero security research team. Google privately reported it to FireEye so it could fix the issue before the details
Want to get rid of a bunch of emails in a jiffy? Or how about a one-click way to escape reply-all hell? Thanks to a bunch of Chrome extensions, cloud services, and some of Google's own built-in features,
Just a few hours after T-Mobile announced its plans to discount the top Samsung smartphones for the holidays, Sprint joined in on the fun. Beginning Friday, December 18th, Sprint will give you a free Samsung
Toward the end of my intern year in medicine, the attending physician asked our group of residents to talk about a patient who had affected us that year. Perhaps to his surprise—and to all of ours—most
This story appears in the December 2015 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe » This article is part of our Trends 2016 coverage. When Wi-Fi gained dominance over the Ethernet cable, it obviated the need to
Create and protect your Make Time, people. I recently wrote an email to our team that posed a simple challenge in time management. The response I got was unexpected, and I was urged to share it with more
Earlier this week, Mark Zuckerberg made the surprise announcement that he, along with his wife Priscilla Chan, would be donating 99 percent of their Facebook shares — worth around $45 billion — to the