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Why a die-hard mechanical watch lover can't get the Apple Watch off his wrist after one year — and why that matters

In April of last year, Apple launched the Apple Watch, with a design by Jony Ive and Marc Newson.<p>Ever since Apple first announced the existence of the Apple Watch, there has been considerable speculation about what effect it might have on the health of mechanical horology, and whether or not it, …

How Apple Watch heart rate sensor can improve your running

When you run with Apple Watch, swiping to the right in the Workout app reveals your heart rate. Does the device display this data just for curiosity value, or can Apple Watch heart rate information actually improve your running?<p>Green versus infrared LEDs: the difference with the Workout app<p>Apple …

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Being Happy at Work Matters

People used to believe that you didn’t have to be happy at work to succeed. And you didn’t need to like the people you work with, or even share their values. “Work is <i>not</i> personal,” the thinking went. This is bunk.<p>My research with dozens of companies and hundreds of people — as well as the research …

How the rest of Apple's ecosystem could benefit from Apple Watch: Smarter, contextually aware notifications

Editorial<p>By<p>Apple frequently introduces new technologies and features in a singular new product, then gradually brings them to other devices in its …

How to calibrate the Apple Watch for improved accuracy

The Apple Watch is missing a key feature that many runners and cyclists rely on when working out, and that's GPS. A GPS-equipped watch can track your route on a run or bike ride. It can also measure your exact pace and distance. When the iPhone is left behind, the Apple Watch will attempt to …

How accurate is the Apple Watch's step counter and distance tracking?

There's no doubt that the Apple Watch can do a lot of things. It can be used to communicate with others, view notifications from an iPhone and even pay for items with Apple Pay. It's also a dedicated activity tracker that can measure active calories burned, active minutes, the number of times you …

Moore’s Law Hits 50, but It May Not See 60

Intel's CFO says it can keep turning out chips with less expensive transistors for a few more generations. Science says it can't go on forever.<p>Moore’s Law turns 50 years old this Sunday. It may not make it to 60.<p>Since Intel co-founder Gordon Moore first made the observation in a 1965 paper …

Apple May Include USB 3.0 Ports on Upcoming 12.9-Inch 'iPad Pro'

Following up on a report from earlier today claiming Apple has pushed back its plans for the so-called "iPad Pro", asking suppliers to begin production in September rather than this quarter, <i>The Wall Street Journal</i> weighs in with its own claim that Apple is indeed now targeting the second half of …

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The Top 10 Things Children Really Want Their Parents To Do With Them

Over the years here at Lifehack, we’ve discussed plenty of apps that you can use to improve your overall productivity.<p>There are certain ones that …

Light at the end of a tunnel

HOLOGRAMS are a staple of science fiction. For many, the very word will conjure an image of Princess Leia from “Star Wars” (pictured), or of the …

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Original Content Marketing Research

Annual Research: Content Marketing Budgets, Benchmarks and Trends<p>Since 2010, CMI has surveyed B2B, B2C, and nonprofit marketers to uncover insights …

The awesome apps you might have missed last week

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This blog is to enable everyone to watch the development of Elizabeth Quay on the Perth foreshore.<p>With perspectives from all over the Perth skyline, …

For Thinnest Intel 'Broadwell' Portables From HP, Dell (And Maybe Apple), Performance Is Not The Point

Some of the thinnest and lightest Intel-based portables yet are coming to market. That means no more whirring fans. And a rethink of the laptop.<p>During Intel’s fourth-quarter earnings conference call this past week, CEO Brian Krzanich talked about the latest crop of Core M processors using the new …