Colin Salama

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What Inspiring Leaders Do

What do top executives want from their leaders? IBM recently asked this question of 1,700 CEOs in 64 countries. The three leadership traits that most mattered were the ability to focus intensely on customer needs, the ability to collaborate with colleagues — and the ability to inspire.<p>Our own …

Is the unlocked Nexus Galaxy S4 worth the hefty price tag?

Google is turning the popular Samsung Galaxy S4 into its latest Nexus phone, running the "pure" Android experience.<p>But at $650 per device, some users question how much that pure Google experience is really worth.<p>On Wednesday, Google announced that a version of the hot, new Galaxy S4 would be added …

The Quest To Uncover The Secret Lives Of Sharks

Can a crew of scientists and volunteers armed with homemade trackers save sharks from extinction?<p>I'm on a small boat. A woman in a bikini stands next to me dumping gallons of blood into the sea. Beside her, a man in board shorts strings barracuda heads onto large fishhooks as crooked as a witch's …

How Facebook Used Science To Design More Emotional Emoticons

With the help of a psychology professor and a Pixar illustrator, Facebook is trying to make our messages a little more emotional.<p>In 1872, Charles Darwin published <i>The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals</i>, a book that cataloged emotional expressions in humans and their link to the animal …

Start ‘magnetic fire’ without a spark?

<b>NYU (US) —</b> Physicists have uncovered new clues to how energy is sustained and spreads in “magnetic fire.”<p>They say the process is similar to how …

Bubble math shows foam evolve and pop

<b>UC BERKELEY (US) —</b> Using a set of linked partial differential equations, researchers explain what happens as foamy bubbles form and then …

Why pear shape may explain matter vs. antimatter

<b>U. MICHIGAN (US) —</b> The first direct evidence of pear-shaped nuclei in exotic atoms may help explain why the Big Bang created more matter than …

Brain readily spots grammatical errors

<b>U. OREGON (US) —</b> Neuroscientists have captured hard evidence that people detect and process grammatical errors with no awareness of doing …