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5 Reasons You Need to Stop Ignoring Influencer Marketing

Influencer marketing isn't just a fad -- it's a way to get a great return on your marketing investment.<p>4 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Influencer marketing has exploded in popularity over the past few months. It’s been a viable marketing strategy for several …

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Microsoft open sources a simulator to crash-test drones, robots and self-driving cars

One of the biggest challenges in building autonomous vehicles is dealing with the irregularities of physical spaces outdoors: From electric poles to winding roads and bumpy terrain, there are lots of things that can trip up your creation.<p>With that in mind, a team of researchers at Microsoft have …

Simple ways to improve mood, according to psychologists

Jason Kempin / Staff / Getty Images<p>It's the little things.<p>Some habits just seem to have the power to lift your spirits.<p>Whether it's taking a few minutes to dive deep into your favorite novel, jotting down some things you're grateful for, or spending some time in nature, there's plenty of …

This is what emotions look like in your brain

<b>(CNN) —</b> When you think you're letting your mind wander for a few minutes, your brain is actually lighting up with a range of emotions, according to a new study.<p>Researchers at Duke University's Center for Cognitive Neuroscience asked study participants to rest and think about nothing in particular …

28 Powerful Facebook Stats Your Brand Can’t Ignore in 2018

What began as a way for college students to connect has grown into one of the world’s largest social networks. In turn, it has become one of the best …

Is Larry Page asleep at the wheel?

Here's his argument:<p>Growth in Google's primary business, search advertising, has flattened out at about 20 percent a year for the last few years. The company's financial results have failed to meet consensus analysts' expectations for five straight quarters. And its stock price has fallen 8 percent …

Hackers rob US and global banks of millions in one of the largest heists ever

Banks in Russia, Japan, the US, and Europe have fallen victim to a massive, sophisticated malware hack, allowing the perpetrators to steal hundreds of millions of dollars since 2013. According to a Kaspersky Labs report provided to the <i>New York Times</i>, more than 100 banks in 30 nations have been …

Chinese attacks cost U.S. Defense Department over $100M

Chinese army hackers apparently caused more than $100 million worth of damage to U.S. Department of Defense networks, according to NSA research …

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A low-tech trick to score an extra $300+ from your credit card company

Credit card companies dangle plenty of alluring 5% cash-back offers in front of consumers, but they usually come with a big catch: the 5% is only for …

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7 Best Tools to Make JavaScript Testing Easier

JavaScript is the de facto language of the web today, but it is not a perfect language. Many programmers dislike coding in JavaScript because it …

“This could be the end of Bitcoin”: leak shows massive theft at Mt. Gox, price falls below $500 amid pleas for calm

The Bitcoin community is on edge as a leaked document (below) shows that the Mt. Gox exchange, a longtime pillar of the virtual currency, is missing …

How Do Sea Turtles Find the Exact Beach Where They Were Born?

The marine reptiles use Earth's magnetic field as a guide back home, new study says.<p>For loggerhead sea turtles, home is where your (magnetic) heart is.<p>After hatching on beaches around the world, these huge marine reptiles undertake multiyear, epic migrations at sea. Then, the turtles return to the …

'Pop-Up' 3D Structures Can Mimic Brain Circuits

By mimicking children's pop-up books, scientists can now make complex microscopic 3D shapes that model brain circuitry and blood vessels, researchers …

The weird, wacky & cool energy ideas coming out of labs across the US

A fuel cell for space. Batteries that use air. A way to tap pine trees and extract biofuels like maple syrup from a maple tree. These are just some …

Here's Proof That It Still Pays More To Develop Apps For The iPhone Over Android

When an app launches, you'll sometimes see it arrive on iPhone before Android.<p>That can be frustrating for Android owners, and while more and more apps are releasing simultaneously for both platforms, a staggered launch is still the norm.<p>London-based developer ustwo, creators of the popular Monument …

Best of CES 2015 Awards, TV Product: LG Art Slim 4K OLED TV

CES is a tech show that isn't lacking in TVs. That's especially true for the major central hall, where you're never far from the glow of a giant sumptuous TV. It makes choosing the Best TV on show a difficult task, but we got there. LG's Art Slim 4K OLED took the prize, boasting the beauty of OLED …

Dear Google Glass, bye for now (and maybe forever)

<i>Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.</i><p>Some revolutions fizzle.<p>They begin with declarations and fanfares. They end in being mere bunions on the world's foot.<p>This may well be the fate of Google Glass.<p>Yes, Google tried this week to make it seem as …

Intel CEO says he’s not worried about Apple ditching them for ARM

Rumors that Apple might ditch Intel chips in the Mac for ARM-based chips of their own design are nothing new. Back in 2012, we reported that Apple would soon be dropping Intel chips from all their Macs. And earlier this year, ex-Apple-executive Jean-Louis Gassée claimed that he thought Apple would …

NSA brags about turning the tables on cyberwarfare hackers

How confident is the National Security Agency about its ability to wage cyberwarfare? Enough so that it's bragging about it. A new round of Edward Snowden leaks published by <i>Der Spiegel</i> reveal that the institution has not only been gearing up for a future of digital battles (it asked for $1 billion …

Google Is In Talks With Softcard, The Mobile Payments Company

Apple has Apple Pay, and now it looks like Google may be fattening up its own wallet. According to people familiar with the situation, the search giant and maker of Android is interested in buying Softcard, the mobile payments company formerly known as Isis.<p>The price may be under $100 million, …

After criticism from Microsoft, Google reveals more Windows security problems

Google's done it again.<p>Early this week, Microsoft was publicly displeased with Google for revealing a Windows security hole that would allow hackers …

YouTube star PewDiePie upped his game with 4.1bn views in 2014

Swedish gamer ruled the YouTube roost with 4.1bn views, as games, children’s channels and music proved most popular for online video viewers<p>Games, music and children’s channels ruled the roost on YouTube in 2014, with its most popular channel PewDiePie’s videos watched more than 4.1bn times last …

19,000 French websites under attack

19,000 French civilian websites are under attack by hackers, according to France's head of cyberdefense.<p>The scope of attacks is unprecedented, Rear Admiral Arnaud Coustillière said at a press conference Thursday.<p>The French Defense Ministry and ANSSI, that country's version of the NSA, confirmed to …

UK's 5G could make video holograms a reality

Futuristic 5G networks with speeds of 50 Gbit/s could be up and running in the UK by 2020, with holographic video one of many applications for the …

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Artist reveals a hidden message in Apple's iCloud agreement

Terms of service for the internet are often good for two things: inspiring wild outrage, or simply acting as a textual speed bump between us and the web. Now, it appears they're also good for hiding secret messages.<p>Artist Florence Meunier scoured Apple's terms and conditions for iCloud and found a …

Google's Massive New Android Update Is Coming To The Galaxy S5

The Lollipop upgrade launched in the United Kingdom on Jan. 13, according to reports from Tech Radar, Phone Arena, and a few other tech blogs.<p>There's still no word on when it will come to the United States, but Samsung seems to be spreading the upgrade rather quickly.<p>In a reportedly leaked email …

How Google Tries To Figure Out Our Hidden Needs

To figure it out, the company conducts an annual "Daily Information Needs" study.<p>Since 2011, the company has selected a group of volunteers to spend three days filling Google in on what they want to know. Eight times a day, at completely random times, Google pings them with the question, "What did …

Be My Eyes App Brings Help to the Blind and Visually Impaired

Connecting the blind to sighted volunteers<p>Checking the expiration date on a carton of milk. Reading the label on a can in the kitchen cupboard. Such mundane tasks pose challenges for the estimated 39 million people around the world who are blind — and the millions more with visual impairments.<p>A new …

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New Snowden documents show how the GCHQ tracked iPhone users

Snowden documents published today by <i>Der Spiegel</i> give new insight into the British GCHQ's efforts to track targets through their iPhones. Previous leaks have revealed specific NSA exploits used to compromise the famously malware-resistant iPhone software controls, but the new documents show that …