• Start your own business. • Do what you love and are good at. • Give it all you've got and work your butt off. • Don't think about the money. By and large, they're all solid points, except for one. The
People often search for their symptoms, but the right diagnosis can be hard to find. Google and Microsoft are working on ways to improve things When Liz Jurcik of Seattle felt a sharp pain in her side
No one should be working on boring problems. What was the most interesting task you had to solve as a real-life programmer? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling
Pokémon Go has taken an incomparable leap in the development of augmented reality (AR), capturing the hearts of nostalgic 20-somethings as they wander around Australia determined to "catch them all". there's
Instead, after months of research and debate, Business Insider is proud to present the Silicon Valley 100, our annual list of the people who matter most and define what it means to be in Silicon Valley.
SEOUL (Reuters) - China maintains its opposition to India joining a group of nations seeking to prevent the proliferation of nuclear weapons by controlling access to sensitive technology, said the head
If, like me, you stayed up following the nail-biting unfolding that was the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union into the early hours of June 24th, 2016, you’re perhaps soaking in this historic
A simulated apple can't feed anybody, and other reality checks by a philosopher and a cognitive scientist. Recently Elon Musk made internet headlines by claiming that the probability we live in "base is
In 2008, neuroscientist Giulio Tononi at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Center for Sleep and Consciousness put forward his “integrated information theory,” which is currently accepted as one of
Magic Leap CEO Rony Abovitz announced Thursday at the Business Wired Conference that the secretive company will begin production of its "mixed reality headset" this summer. "I won't tell you when we are
Magic Leap wants to put a Millenium Falcon in your living room. For a while now, one of the most secretive projects in tech has been the work of Magic Leap, the Florida-based augmented reality startup.
Remember last E3, how Bethesda announced a real-life Pip-Boy? And remember how it was essentially a crummy smartphone shell? Well, this E3 Bethesda has revealed a new Pip-Boy and this one looks maybe just
The cloud is at the center of nearly every tech giant’s strategy, from Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) and Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) to Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) and Google. And why shouldn’t it be? Everything’s moving the
You have to trick yourself into thinking that you will succeed, no matter the odds. 1. There's never a "good time" to start your business. Quitting a comfortable job to start a new company is a leap of
fastcoexist.com - About the author Parag Khanna is a senior fellow at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore and has been a fellow at the New America Foundation and Brookings Institution. He is author of the book, Connectography: Mapping The Future of Global Civilization. More
So… your brilliant idea for a web or mobile application is going to completely change the way consumers or businesses [fill in the blank]. Great! But the days of investors cutting checks for ideas with
Thanks to steadily diminishing middle class wages and recent advances in technology, more individuals than ever are setting out on their own to become freelancers or start their own business. Those who
Love impressing your pals with all there is to know about computer science? Or perhaps state geography is more your thing? MIT Media Lab, in partnership with Deloitte and the data visualization startup
Micromanufacturing. As soon as I finish typing the word, my Grammarly spell checker promptly underscores it in red and suggests a replacement: “micro-manufacturing.” But this new spelling is about to mainstream.
I met Vijay Govindarajan (VG) several years ago when I was an Assistant Director at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. He is a Wall Street Journal and New York Times bestselling author,