AyeBee

101 Added | 4 Magazines | 1 Like | 5 Following | 6 Followers | @agnishwar23 | Keep up with AyeBee on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “AyeBee”

The Modest Tycoon Behind America's Biggest Woman-Owned Business

Thai Lee drives herself to work and parks in the middle of the lot, even when there are spaces open up front. Her small office sits right off a cubicle farm filled with junior employees. There’s no executive assistant at the door keeping interruptions away; she doesn’t have one. Lee keeps her own …

Business Development

5 Applications For Graphene, The 'Wonder Material,' That Could Change The Way We Live

Graphene, the pure carbon material that's just one atom thick and nearly transparent when laid out in sheets, manages to be roughly 200 times stronger than steel, even though it's 60,000 times thinner than Saran Wrap.<p>Graphene is also an excellent conductor of energy, can be synthesized from unique …

Nanotech

10 Pancake Common Mistakes—and How to Avoid Them

How to make pancakes like a short order cook. Just avoid these common mistakes!<p>For many Americans, pancakes evoke a certain kind of nostalgia. People make pancakes because they're delicious, crowd-pleasing, and easy. Well, sort of easy. There are a few crucial mistakes that home chefs commonly make …

Breakfast

Dominique Ansel to Unleash Free Nutella Cronut Holes

Two mega line-inducing foods —the Cronut and Nutella — are coming together to create the ultimate novelty item, the <b>Nutella Cronut Hole</b>. According to a spokesperson, the special Cronut holes were created for the celebration of the chocolate hazelnut spread's 50th Anniversary. Cronut creator <b>Dominique</b> …

How to Actually Succeed on Google+

“Our philosophy and strategy is platform agnostic, so, it can tie into many different platforms,” said Curtis Midkiff, Director of Social Engagement at the American Red Cross.<p>According to Midkiff, this philosophy is to craft a visually focused story about the Red Cross and to engage with people …

Here’s how the blocks in Google’s Project Ara modular phone stay put (video)

Advertisement<p>0 Comments<p>The first Project Ara developer conference takes place in two weeks to move Google’s(s goog) modular phone platform effort …

Samsung says it is closer to flexible electronics after graphene breakthrough

Advertisement<p>3 Comments<p>Credit: Samsung<p>Samsung and an affiliated laboratory say they have grown large-scale, impurity free graphene, an important step …

Taco Bell is testing the quesarito, a burrito wrapped in a quesadilla

Ever heard of the quesarito? It's an off-the-menu item you can sometimes get a willing burrito slinger at Chipotle to make for you. It involves wrapping the entire contents of your burrito in a quesadilla.<p>Now, Taco Bell is looking to make the elusive quesarito an official menu item. A Taco Bell …

Smart Locks Expected To Be $3.6 Billion Slice Of Smart Home Pie

For years, tech-savvy folks have talked about how the smart phone will replace things like cameras, wallets and the good old TV remote.<p>But that’s not the only everyday item under attack from these digital Swiss army knives. Turns out the latest victim of our iPhones might be our lowly old …

Samsung And PayPal Move Against Apple With Galaxy S5 Finger Swipe Payments

The usual complaint about Samsung’s smartphones is that they shamelessly copy Apple, but can’t quite surpass the iPhone. This despite the fact that the Galaxy S line consistently has specs that do indeed surpass their American counterparts. Apple fans then counter that it is the iOS software …

Why Your Mouse Cursor Is Slanted Instead of Straight

Have you ever wondered why your mouse cursor rests ever so slightly to the left? Chances are, that little arrow on an incline is so ubiquitous that …

Beautiful Games: frozen waterfall climbing

These remarkable photos of professional ice-climbers tackling huge frozen waterfalls and icefalls in Eidfjord, Norway, were created by photographer Thomas Senf. He used spotlights and flares to illuminate the spectacular landscapes at night-time, achieving results which look other-worldly. It took …

22 Mouthwatering Pictures Of Sushi At New York's Newest 4-Star Restaurant

Daisuke Nakazawa, the protégé of Jiro Ono (the subject of the documentary "Jiro Dreams of Sushi"), has received a rare four-star review from New York Times restaurant critic Pete Wells.<p>Wells called Nakazawa's sushi "eye-opening," and the entire review was a glowing call for all New Yorkers to try …

Japan

World’s Biggest Sushi Mosaic Created at Shanghai Expo

Sushi may be a Japanese dish, but that didn’t stop a team of Norwegian chefs from creating the <b>world’s largest sushi mosaic</b>, at their country’s …

China

Marc Andreessen: Tech is recovering from a depression | Fortune.com

FORTUNE -- Contrary to arguments that Silicon Valley is repeating the same process that led to the dotcom bust in the early 2000s, Marc Andreessen argues tech is doing something entirely different: emerging from an industrywide depression.<p><!-- ?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"? …

Seven Things To Think About Before You Register That New Domain

We’ve all grown comfortable with existing Internet domains — which have suffixes like .com, .net, and .edu — to the point where they seemed fixed in the universe like the North Star. But this week and next, a slew of new suffixes will hit the market. More will pour in over the coming months and …

Day 2 at #Versova Koli #seafood festival in #mumbai. Koli food @FoodBloggerAI @petpujaris http://t.co/L1OYV2aTnO

Presenting our Best of CES 2014 Awards winners

Curating the Best of CES Awards as an official CEA partner is not a responsibility we take lightly. Finding plenty of worthy finalists was easy, but narrowing down each category to just one winner? Not so much. Nevertheless, we spent two nights in the Engadget trailer considering products against …

CES: Looking Back 25 Years

While many felt that the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) lacked anything revolutionary, the change over 25 years is remarkable. Computer vendors and consumer electronics vendors once had separate shows. Today the shows are combined, consumer companies dominate, and most computer vendors are …

The very worst gadgets (and people) of CES

On second thought, let’s not go to CES. It is a silly place.<p>One gets a veritable smorgasbord of gadgetry at CES. Some, like fresh Alaskan king crab legs, are delightful. Others, like the last questionably prepared morsels of bouillabaisse in the far corner of the chafing pan, will undoubtedly give …

Delta and JetBlue become first airlines to allow electronics during takeoff and landing

Delta and JetBlue have become the first two US airlines to allow e-readers, tablets, and other electronic devices to be used throughout the flight. Following the FAA's recommendation that travelers be allowed to use gadgets from gate to gate, both companies indicated yesterday that they had put in …

7 Ways Mobile Will Change Business In 2014

In 2011, Microsoft Tag predicted mobile Internet use would surpass desktop Internet use by 2014. As 2013 winds down, it’s clear mobile Internet use is at an all-time high, with 63 percent of all cell phone owners admitting they use those devices to go online. The number of consumers who say they …

Games Drive The Most Revenue On Apple's App Store And Google Play

Distimo released its September survey which analyzed the Games App category in 44 countries and found that Games generated the vast majority of all revenue in the Apple App Store and Google Play. Of the Top 400 Apps Games generated 92% of Google Play’s revenue and 79% for Apple’s App Store. Overall …

iPhone 5s vs. iPhone 5c vs. iPhone 4s: Which iPhone should you get?

2014 iPhone buyers guide: How to choose the perfect high-end iPhone 5s, less-expensive iPhone 5c, or zero-dollar iPhone 4s for you!<p>Once you know …

Overcooked shoe-leather pork chops, be gone! This is how you do it right: http://thekitc.hn/1aj8Twt

The 10 Happiest Cities For Young Professionals

Planning to relocate or settle down? When you think about where you’d be happiest, Riverside, Calif., Philadelphia, and Phoenix probably aren’t the first places that come to mind. But as it turns out, these three cities are where some of nation’s most satisfied young professionals live and …