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25 Websites That Will Make You Smarter

Here's a list of websites that will actually make you smarter:<p><b>CodeAcademy</b>— Learn programming languages like HTML, CSS, and Javascript with this free, interactive resource.<p><b>Coursera</b>— With more than 800 free courses on topics that range from internet history to financial engineering, the education …

This App Can Detect Skin Cancer In 7 Out Of 10 Cases: Here's How It Works

The app is not a replacement for a dermatologist, but it should raise awareness about the risks of melanoma, which killed an estimated 2,000 people in the UK in 2012, according to figures from the country's Cancer Research center.<p>SkinVision is based on a technology called "fractal geometry" — a …

Material Design hits the desktop with Quantum OS Linux distro

Let’s be honest, we all mostly love what Google’s doing with Android 5.0 Lollipop. So, how about having a little Material Design on your desktop? That’s what Quantum OS (formerly Quartz OS) aims to do, and it looks awesome.<p>Quantum OS is trying to bring together Material Design and Linux, while …

Linux

Is responsive design killing mobile?

Picture yourself at a work event. What are you wearing? What are you talking about? How loud are you talking? If you indulge at all, how much have you had to drink? Now picture yourself on a weekend trip with a group of friends.<p>We won’t go into details, but things look a little different, don’t …

This is how we shop in the future

Spring is a digital department store, built just for you<p>There’s something special about the mall. The smell. The squeaky-clean floors. The blinding light and ethereal music that seems to emanate from the air itself. The suburban mall has always been an essential communal watering hole, a place to …

IBM's new email app learns your habits to help get things done

Email can be overwhelming, especially at work; it can take a while to get back to an important conversation or project. IBM clearly knows how bad that deluge can be, though, since its new Verse email client is built to eliminate as much clutter as possible. The app learns your habits and puts the …

If You Don't Do These 3 Things for Your Website, You're Losing Customers

Make it easy for customers to find your website and hand over their money, and you'll start seeing results.<p>No matter what type of business you run, you need a strong Web presence. These days, entrepreneurs are so focused on building their company's influence on LinkedIn, Facebook, and other social …

Customers

AI Could Kill Us All: Meet the Man Taking the Threat Seriously

Thinking about the end of the world is something that most people try to avoid; for others, it’s a profession. The Future of Humanity Institute at the University of Oxford, UK specializes in looking at the ‘big-picture’ future of the human race, and notably, the risks that could wipe us out …

An espresso machine in your backpack? Minipresso says yes

While there's something to be said -- a lot to be said, really -- for cowboy coffee, a fine espresso is a wonder unto itself. And the Minipresso looks like it's the solution to how to get espresso on the go that we never knew we needed: compact like a vacuum flask, yet able to deliver a freshly …

Coffee

Artificial intelligence will not turn into a Frankenstein's monster

The singularity – or, to give it its proper title, the technological singularity. It's an idea that has taken on a life of its own; more of a life, I suspect, than what it predicts ever will. It's a Thing for techno-utopians: wealthy middle-aged men who regard the singularity as their best chance …

The complete guide to working out before work

Life inevitably gets in the way of your gym date. That’s why people who exercise in the morning are more likely to stick with it, Barbara Brehm, a professor of exercise and sport studies at Smith College in Massachusetts and author of the recently released textbook, <i>Psychology of Health and Fitness</i>, …

Fitness

Our Favorite Burger Recipes from Classic to "Crunchified"

Juicy burgers—from beef, to turkey, to veggie—that you'll want to get on your grill right now.<p><b>Fire up that grill already</b>—it's practically begging for one of these juicy burgers to make that delightful sizzling noise.

Cooking

The new way to learn? Brick by brick

If you have or know any kids between the ages of 9 and 15, odds are you’re aware of Minecraft. The PC game from independent Swedish developer Mojang …

Google isn’t the only company working on artificial intelligence. It’s just the richest

Artificial intelligence might be the most misunderstood term in technology. It conjures up images of malevolent robots and self-aware computer …

Are Entrepreneurs Just Con Men?

America loves a good hustler.<p>America loves a good con. Take the much-lauded <i>American Hustle</i>: Christian Bale’s and Amy Adams’s inveterate hustlers are far more lovable than Bradley Cooper’s conniving FBI agent. See, too, <i>The Music Man</i>, <i>The Sting</i>, <i>Dirty Rotten Scoundrels</i>. As an audience, we’re more than …

Entrepreneurship

Why Startups Need Design Students

Former RISD President John Maeda’s new gig connects young designers with Silicon Valley mentorship.<p>As the end of the fall semester drew to a close at the Rhode Island School of Design last year, the college’s leader, the charismatic digital designer John Maeda, announced he would be jumping ship …

Silicon Valley

The Audi Smart Display is a 10.2-inch Android tablet that lives in your car

German car manufacturer Audi just pulled the curtains back on its Audi Smart Display, a 10.2-inch Android tablet wrapped in brushed aluminum that lives in your auto. The slate is powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 4 chip, boasts crash resistance and the chops to survive temperatures as high as 80 degrees …

Estonian Farm Management Startup VitalFields Raises Further €500K

Estonian startup, VitalFields, which offers web and mobile apps to put farm management into the cloud and harness otherwise untapped farm-related data, has raised €500,000 in follow-on funding.<p>The round was led by original backer SmartCap, the venture capital arm of the Estonian Development Fund, …

Pinterest's Newly Restored Creative Headquarters

Standard cubicles and traditional cafeterias are a thing of the past, as growing companies, particularly in the social media circuit, are opting for a more open environment that allows for employee interaction. Earlier today, Katie shared Twitter's main global office with us and now we bring you …

Behind Snapchat’s rejection of $3B in cash from Facebook: A founder, born into wealth

A little more than two weeks ago, we reported on the rumors that Snapchat, the private photo sharing service that lets you send pictures to people that disappear after a few seconds, rejected a $3 billion purchase offer from Facebook.<p>Many people believe the SnapChat founders are crazy for turning …

Mall of the future? eBay's new storefronts can gather your data

We're going to take this technology and the idea of using glass and move it out of the mall -- on the bus, train, at the airport. Anywhere people are waiting, congregating, or milling about."</br > --Steve Yankovich, eBay's vice president of innovation and new ventures

This online journalism startup raised $1.7M in crowdfunding and you’ve never heard of it

We’ve been writing a lot lately about online journalism startups like Matter — which was acquired by Medium and just dropped its paywall — and NSFW …

Computer uses images to teach itself common sense

<b>A computer program is trying to learn common sense by analysing images 24 hours a day.</b><p>The aim is to see if computers can learn, in the same way a human would, what links images, to help them better understand the visual world.<p>The Never Ending Image Learner (NEIL) program is being run at Carnegie …

Coin Could Compete With Apple's 'iWatch' To Become The Mobile Product Of 2014

How many credit and debit cards do you own? What if I told you that by next year, you could carry around one card and leave the rest behind? That is …

There's No Rulebook For Success

Our mind is wired to look for a rule-book to success. For example:<p>Learn English in 21 days<br>• Lose weight in 3 weeks<br>• Start your business in 7 days<p>This …

Last week on Research: the new BI is agile BI; IT spending trends

It’s been a rocky week for mobile: Apple (s AAPL) has been weathering a series of iOS 7 iMessage glitches and rumors of increased app crashes on its …

Free Flat UI Kit by Enes Danış

Free Flat PSD UI Kit.<p>The Turkish interactive art director and web designer Enes Danış created lots of flat user interface graphics and icons, which …

UI Design

Flipboard for Educators

Inside Flipboard / August 29, 2013<p>As students and teachers head back to school all over the country, we wanted to share some ideas on how Flipboard …

6 Steps to Complete A Major Project

It takes a change from business as usual to get big, important projects completed. Here's how to get it done.<p>My first book, <i>Laddering</i>, began shipping last week and along with it have come questions from my colleagues about "how I did it"--that is, how I juggled writing a book with running a business …

Angry Birds

The quantified patient: Boston hospitals show the future of data-driven remote care

About seven in 10 Americans track some health indicator, like their weight, diet or symptom from their homes (even if they take a low-tech, paper and …