EP 46: Jacinta Howard - Author and Journalist

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Twitter Hires New VP Of Diversity And Inclusion From Apple

Twitter has hired Jeffrey Siminoff to replace Janet Van Huysse as the company’s new vice president of diversity and inclusion. The news was announced on, yep, Twitter, by its head of human resources, Brian Schipper.<p>Siminoff, who starts in January, seems like a great fit for this role. He’s joining …

The Right Cup: Trick Your Brain, Drink More Water!

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Self-driving Volvo cars will stream your favorite show during the ride

LAS VEGAS — Wondering what you'll watch when you're in your self-driving car? Volvo and Ericsson are teaming up to create intelligent streaming for …

Game of Thrones

Jackson State Students Develop Technology to Reduce Diabetes-Related Amputations

Engineering students at Jackson State University have designed a “smart mat” that gauges foot temperature of diabetics to help thwart the danger of …

11 Mobile Apps To Keep Entrepreneurs Mentally Stable and Healthy

• Facebook<br>• Twitter<br>• Google+<br>• Buffer<br>• Gmail<br>• reddit<br>• LinkedIn<br>• Like<p>Life as an entrepreneur has its ups and downs. You can be celebrating small success milestones one …

Apps

Tressenoire Brings Natural Hair Stylists Directly To Your House

One might assume that living in a large city would automatically equal easy access to a wealth of talented styling professionals who specialize in …

BlackBerry going all-in on Android phones

This will be an all-Android year for BlackBerry's newest phones.<p>The Waterloo, Ontario-based company plans to release one new product, and potentially a second phone, in 2016. Both will run on Google's mobile software, CEO John Chen confirmed in an interview at CES in Las Vegas.<p>His comments follow …

Android Phones

The New & Diverse Leaders of Technology

Over the past few years, diversity in tech or the lack thereof, has become a major point of discussion within corporate boardrooms, media outlets and …

Fisher-Price Now Has a Toy That Teaches Preschoolers How to Code

When is the ideal time to start your child on the path to a comfortable and mostly satisfying career as a developer? High school? Grade School? …

Sesame Street

Didi Kuaidi surpassed 1b rides in 2015, trumps Uber sixfold

China-based ridesharing service Didi Kuaidi saw over 1 billion rides in 2015, a figure that the company said secures China as the number one …

From WeWork To WeLive: Startup Moves Members Into Its First Residential Building

The company is betting big that it can do with “coliving” what it has done with “coworking.”<p>Coworking startup WeWork began testing its first residential offering in New York City over the weekend, a source close to the company told <i>Fast Company</i>.<p>About 80 WeWork members and employees have moved into …

Scottish tech titan Skyscanner raises $192 million to grow its travel search engine globally

Skyscanner, one of the oldest and largest flight search engines on the Web, has raised its first major round of funding, to the tune of £128 million ($192 million).<p>Founded out of Edinburgh, Scotland in 2002, Skyscanner is Europe’s largest travel search engine by traffic, and the world’s second …

Grand Theft Auto

Ghana Code Club offers coding lessons to kids

A Ghanaian non-profit organisation, Ghana Code Club, a volunteer led initiative, which aims to equip children between the ages of 8-17 years with …

Meet the Black Women of Forbes 2016 30 Under 30 List

Forbes released their annual 30 Under 30 lists to kick off the year. Each year the editors choose 600 young people in 20 categories that they feel …

Sorry, Ebooks. These 9 Studies Show Why Print Is Better

Don't lament the lost days of cutting your fingers on pristine new novels or catching a whiff of that magical, transportive old book smell just yet! A slew of recent studies shows that print books are still popular, even among millennials. What's more: further research suggests that this trend may …