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4 Soft Skills That You Need To Learn

These skills may be “soft,” but that doesn’t mean they won’t make a huge difference in your life.<p>Over at the Geek Manager site, Meri Williams recently blogged about a phenomenon she sees play out among her teams. A technically brilliant person “slowly becomes incredibly frustrated that they don’t …

First Look At Sketchfab: A Youtube For 3D Files

Sketchfab is a web service to publish, share and embed interactive 3D models in real-time. Put simply, the site is part of a growing network of online 3D software to enable artistes, designers, and lay users to design 3D models that can, subsequently, be crafted into objects using a 3D printer. …

Anthony's favorite tech: 2013 holiday gift guide

Mac mini<p>The centerpiece of any home theater system is the device you use to play all of your media. It's imperative to make certain you have a …

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Ultra-thin e-skin could lead to advances in medicine, cool wearable computing (video)

Remember the names Martin Kaltenbrunner and Takao Someya -- that way, you'll have someone to blame when kids start pointing and laughing at gadgets we consider high-tech today. Leading a team of University of Tokyo researchers, they have recently developed a flexible, skin-like material that can …

Jimmy Carter: US “has no functioning democracy” | Salon.com

Carter’s remarks didn't appear in the American mainstream press but were reported from Atlanta by the German newsmagazine Der Spiegel, whose Washington correspondent Gregor Peter Schmitz said on Twitter he was present at the event. The story doesn't appear in the English-language section of the …

The Scanadu Scout could give hints to iWatch biometric sensor capabilities

In a roundup on health-related smartphone accessories, <i>AllThingsD</i> drew our attention to the Scanadu Scout, which it described as a kind of real-life Tricorder.<p>Created by a Silicon Valley startup, the Scanadu Scout is a small puck that you place on your forehead for 10 seconds, and the sensors inside …

No Job? No Problem. Obamacare Provides Career Options For Young Adults

With unemployment high for young adults coming out of college in a tight job market, the Affordable care Act has allowed them to remain independent with flexibility to “pursue other career development options,” new research indicates.<p>A key aspect of the health law allows young adults, often college …

In Pursuit of Healthcare, Buying Time - A 21st Century Declaration

This Fourth of July weekend, we celebrate the stirring concept that each person is entitled to “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” Many of us will enjoy a barbecue, fireworks or a day at the beach. Though the founding fathers encouraged us to celebrate this day, they intended something …

Skechers Promises Heated Cheetah-Racing Action In A Super Bowl Teaser

Apparently, absurd racing is a theme the brand is once again embracing. Following last year’s spot in the big game, which featured the horse …

Cheetah

Obama urges action on climate

President Barack Obama laid out his plan Tuesday to combat climate change, instructing his administration to move forward with rules on power plants and energy efficiency, and to approve the Keystone XL pipeline only if the move will not result in a net increase of greenhouse gas emissions.<p>Obama …

More Than Apple and Nike Are Using Wearables - Good for STMicroelectronics

While the use of sensors has been around for more than a number of years in the aerospace, automotive, industrial, consumer and other markets, demand kicked into high gear with smartphones and tablets. Even so, in the coming months sensor demand should grow even stronger. The funny thing about …

Sleep And Diabetes: Catching Up On ZZs Over Weekend Could Improve Men's Insulin Sensitivity

Men, listen up: If your schedule prevents you from getting adequate sleep during the week, catching up on shuteye over the weekend could help to lower your risk of diabetes, according to new research.<p>A new study shows that men who are sleep-deprived during the week have improved insulin sensitivity …

Brazilian politicians struggle with how to respond to another night of protests

As demonstrations continued in Brazil for another night, President Dilma Rousseff attempted to co-ordinate a government response among senior …

What Is Fat?

There's been a war on fat in this country. You can buy "fat free" and "reduced fat" versions of anything. But all fats are not created equal. There are many different types; some are good for you and some are not. What makes one fat different from the next? And what makes one fat healthy for you, …

Nutrition

Fatigue can bring problems for children, teens

A recently published study in the American Journal of Psychiatry took a look at the relationship between fatigue and depression in teenagers. Though fatigue is often thought to be a symptom of depression, the study showed that may not always be the case.<p>However, one of the authors of the study, Dr. …

The Moment I Knew: Accepting My Anxiety

<i>When we asked readers to tweet about the moment they knew they needed to de-stress, the responses were alarming. Breaking points were marked by health crises, family problems and other types of suffering. We decided to go deeper into some of these stories in the hope that others can recognize signs</i> …

Fresh Air Weekend: Mitch Hurwitz, Jason Isbell And 'Before Midnight'

Fresh Air Weekend <i>highlights some of the best interviews and reviews from past weeks, and new program elements specially paced for weekends. Our weekend show emphasizes interviews with writers, filmmakers, actors and musicians, and often includes excerpts from live in-studio concerts. This</b> …

Lit Activity Tracker Has a Secret Ingredient That Makes it Perfect for Action Sports

I know what you’re asking: Yet another activity tracker? But LIT tracker from NZN Labs has a big secret ingredient that most others don’t — and that special ingredient makes it perfect for action sports like snowboarding, surfing and mountain biking.<p>I suppose it’s not <i>actually</i> a secret — or if it …

Mountain Biking

What the Future Looks Like Inside SRI: the Lab that Brought us Siri

<b>Editor’s note:</b> <i>Robert Scoble, Startup Liaison Officer at Rackspace, is working on a book with Shel Israel about the how sensors, wearable computers, and other technologies will change our future, titled “Age of Context.” That got them invited to visit SRI International, Silicon Valley’s most</i> …

Wearable Technology - How To Wear Your Internet

<i>This article is a guest post and the author’s views are completely his or her own. It may or may not reflect trendblog’s point of view.</i><p>As Google …

FitBark is a Wearable Dog Bone that Teaches You How to Raise a Healthy Pup | Wearable Tech

Humans love our wearable tech. We love to snap on bracelets that track our vitals. We love to snap on glasses that record the world around us. In …

The World's Most Powerful Computer Network Is Being Wasted on Bitcoin

Bitcoin mining machines are insane powerhouses, and they're only getting crazier. How much power is getting sunk into the digital cryptocurrency? …

Five Startups for $16 Million: Yahoo’s Mayer Is Buying Up Most Mobile App Companies on the Cheap

Because I get bored on Sunday nights, I opened up Yahoo’s recent regulatory filings for some light reading and, as usual, found some tasty …

Startups

Why Brands Are Making The Case For APIs

In 2013, the fastest growing technological trend, alongside crowdsourcing and 3D printing, is using the DIY ethos to design better products and …