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7 Powerful Words That Instantly Get You What You Want | Inc.com

Many of us dream of being magically persuasive, to be able to enlist our co-worker to help us, our team member to support us, and our partner to listen to us.<p>If you know the right words, you can just about get anything you want.<p>Power words are the secret weapon of persuasion. Here are seven of …

Self-improvement

A unique twist on Android for broke college kids

For those who still remember, it's been well over a year since China's Smartisan launched the T1, which turned out to be a surprisingly good effort from the teacher-turned-entrepreneur, Luo Yonghao. Today, the startup has finally launched its second Android device, the U1 aka JianGuo (which means …

Your New Favorite Microwave Hack—Or, Why You Don't Need a Dehydrator

You should be using your microwave to dry herbs.<p>Dehydrators are great…if you have a day or two to spare. But sometimes you need dried herbs right now. Welcome to microwave dehydrating.<p>We don’t use the microwave that much in the <i>BA</i> Test Kitchen, but, when we do, it's often to dry herbs. Here's how we …

Food

Xiaomi sells 800,000 Redmi Note 2 units in 12 hours

Xiaomi’s latest smartphone, the Redmi Note 2, went on sale in China this past weekend and hit new records, with the Chinese company managing to sell 800,000 units in just 12 hours after the handset went on sale. Xiaomi has a history of impressive flash sales and its latest smartphone continued the …

Mobile

These Speakers Use Ultrasonic Waves To Cut Through The Noise

Like lasers for your ears<p>Problem<p>Everyday speakers—whether they’re in a cellphone, TV, or radio—scatter sound waves as soon as they leave the cone. A single wave can bounce off dozens of surfaces, slamming into other signals and degrading along the way, before reaching your ear in a muddled mess. …

Audiophile