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9 tech gadgets that’ll make your everyday life easier

<i>The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships so we may get a share of the revenue from your purchase.</i><p>A good gadget solves a problem, but solving a problem isn’t the same as making your life easier. A fitness tracker might help you live …

Gear & Gadgets

Money and Sex: Warren Buffett, the Winking Sage of Omaha

Warren Buffett is a master at explaining complex transactions to ordinary individuals, as in his celebrated annual letters. Along with Buffett's …

College student 3D prints his own braces

<b>New York (CNN) —</b> Amos Dudley wears his skills in his smile.<p>The digital design major has been straightening his top teeth for the past 16 weeks using clear braces he made himself.<p>"I'm still wearing the last one," Dudley told CNNMoney on Tuesday.<p>"The last one" refers to the twelfth and final …

Digital Design

This wearable for boxers tracks how powerful your uppercut is

The wearables market has been flooded over the past few years with devices to measure the distance you’ve run and the calories you’ve burned. But there hasn’t been anything to help fighters track their performance in the ring.<p>The team behind Hysko promises to do just that. Slip its thumb …

Wearable Tech

How mobile will reshape the future of shopping

Mobile devices play an increasingly important role in the retail shopping experience.<p>We already use our smartphones and tablets at practically every step along the way in the shopping process, from researching product details and comparing prices across retailers to checking the in-store …

Mobile

These Ancient Trees Have Stories to Tell

Over three trillion trees live on planet Earth, and yet we know so few of their stories. Of course all trees play an important role—purifying the air, hosting the feathered and the furry, teaching kids (and kids at heart) how to climb—but some have spent more time doing these things than others. …

Nature

Meet the first beautiful E-bike from the future

Every time you think of the words ‘electric bike’ you probably think of something unattractive, with a huge bulky battery. E-bikes, or electric bikes, have traditionally been heavy, ugly, overpriced or all three of these things.<p>Amsterdam-based VanMoof plans to change that with its new ‘Electrified …

Electric Bikes

Three Ways Google Predicts Your Smartphone Will Change The Future Of Work

One Googler explains how machine learning will soon make your smartphone "a much more efficient and decisive problem solver."<p>When people imagine machine learning, they tend to think about talking cars or humanoid robots—the stuff of sci-fi fantasy, or else dystopian fiction. But machine learning is …

The Future

Solar And Wind Energy May Be Nice, But How Can We Store It?

Renewable energy like solar and wind is booming across the country as the costs of production have come down. But the sun doesn't always shine, and the wind doesn't blow when we need it to.<p>This challenge has sparked a technology race to store energy — one that goes beyond your typical battery.<p><b>Heat</b> …

Energy

DJI just released its most powerful drone yet

The film and television industry are gathered in Las Vegas this week for the National Association of Broadcasters' annual summit, and this evening DJI showed off two new products aimed at the big budget productions rolling out of Hollywood. Claudio Miranda, the Academy Award-winning director of …

Unmanned Aircraft

High-tech scalpel makes brain surgery less risky

It can differentiate between tumors and healthy brain tissue.<p>The "smart scalpel" developed by a researcher named David Oliva Uribe in Brussels, Belgium doesn't look or even work like a conventional scalpel. It has no edge, has a sensor-rich sphere at the tip, and instead of having the capability to …

Surgery

The ultimate guide to 3D technologies

We’ve been hearing about how 3D and “holograms” will become an integral part of lives for a long time.<p>It infuses our pop culture, and from Panasonic’s first commercialized first 3D TV system in 2010 to our present day fascination with VR/AR, it has become more and more of a focus for both our …

Televisions

6 Inventions that are Changing the World Right Now

The European Patent Office has identified this year's class of inventions that are shaping the future today.<p>X-rays and magnetic resonance imaging have allowed doctors to glimpse beneath our skin for sometime, but imagine having a real-time view in unprecedented detail to check soft tissues for …

Design

What Happens to the Brain During Spiritual Experiences?

The field of neurotheology uses science to try to understand religion, and vice versa.<p>“Everyone philosophizes,” writes neuroscientist Dr. Andrew Newberg in his latest book, <i>The Metaphysical Mind: Probing the Biology of Philosophical Thought</i>. We all speculate about the meaning of all kinds of things, …

The Brain

Why Science Is Ultimately Spiritual, and Vice Versa

Despite attempts to reconcile science with the long history of spirituality, a gulf still exists between them--a totally unnecessary one. There is only one reality, and science differs from spirituality only in its style of describing what is real. If this is true, then it's not simply an option to …

Quantum Mechanics

How to Turn Spiritual Growth Into Sustainable Success

Spiritual growth is a wonderful thing. Gratitude, joy and inspiration are delightful gifts. Inner peace is priceless.<p>But what about money? Fame and fortune? Climbing the corporate ladder? How do these things fit into the equation? I don't know about you, but I really enjoy the finer things in life. …

Success

Deepak Chopra: Spirituality in Business is Profitable

For decades, bestselling author and spiritual guide Dr. Deepak Chopra has been teaching the world how to connect with the mind, body and soul. He is now sharing his vision with students at Columbia Business School in the class, “Just Capitalism & Cause Driven Marketing.”<p>“They thought they came to …

Deepak Chopra

Four Pointers to the Spiritual Dimension of Work

<i>by Michael Pearn</i><p>I have a problem with the concept of spirituality, especially in the context of work. It sounds grand, unattainable, difficult to grasp and many would question its relevance. It is a theoretically complex state (or construct) of great interest to theologians, philosophers and those …

UC Berkeley

5 Spiritual Lessons I’ve Learned from Entrepreneurship

It’s been about one year of my being an actual “entrepreneur”. I started an online retail business (not related to Daily Zen, which I consider more a …

Zen

Top 10 Magical Societies

April 27, 2016<p>Who wouldn’t like to be a magician, able to sling spells of power? People are obsessed with magical power and societies due their …

Mysticism

Finally, A Hoverboard That Actually Flies

One of 10 innovations to win a 2016 Invention Award<p>On May 22, 2015, Lake Ouareau in Quebec, Canada, was peaceful and sunny. Then something straight out of science fiction roared across the water. Alexandru Duru, balancing on a homemade hoverboard 16 feet above the surface, flew a distance of 905 …

Hoverboards

The 10 Best Venture Capitalist Blogs For Entrepreneurs

Chinese Billionaire Taking on Tesla With Cars He Hopes One Day Will Be Free

Tomorrow's cars will be all-electric, self-driving, connected to high-speed communications networks ... and free.<p>And probably Chinese.<p>That, at least, is the vision of Jia Yueting, a billionaire entrepreneur and one of a new breed of Chinese who see their technology expertise re-engineering the …

Beijing

Why is Africa so poor while Europe and North America are so wealthy?

A few years ago, two economics professors, Quamrul Ashraf and Oded Galor, published a paper, "The Out of Africa Hypothesis, Human Genetic Diversity, and Comparative Economic Development," that drew inferences about poverty and genetics based on a statistical pattern.<p>The world's most genetically …

Big Ideas

How To Spot The Stock Market's Trend Before It Is Obvious To All

Being early not only is rewarding, but also puts us in a desirable mental position to understand and take advantage of a market’s trend and subsequent moves. The past year’s up-down-flat market has been associated with numerous fundamental uncertainties, leading to a wide range of “forecasts” that …

Stocks

Ten ways to trick yourself into saving money

Sticking cash into savings won’t help if it comes right back out again. What you need are some ways to trick yourself into savings that actually last.

Money

Is A Picture Worth A Thousand Words? The Truth About Big Data And Visualisation

, Teradata<p>Data visualisation has always been a vital weapon in the arsenal of an effective analyst, enabling complex data sets to be represented efficiently and complex ideas to be communicated with clarity and brevity. And as data volumes and analytic complexity continue to increase in the era of …

Big Data

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How Successful People Work Less and Get More Done

<i>Apply now to be an Enterpreneur360™ company and let us tell the world your success story. Get Started »</i><p><i>Follow</i> <i>Entrepreneur on Facebook</i> <i>to join the discussion on hot topics.</i><p>As co-founder of Hotwire.com and CEO of Zillow for the last seven years, 39-year-old Spencer Rascoff fits most people’s …

Productivity

50 Quick Productivity and Business Tips for Early-Stage Entrepreneurs

<i>Apply now to be an Enterpreneur360™ company and let us tell the world your success story. Get Started »</i><p>At Techstars, we talk a lot about productivity, email, getting things done, basic business development and fundraising culture.<p>Below is a collection of general tips we give our founders. While …

Management