Harry Haza Heyworth

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7 Strategies for Growing Your Savings Account to $1 Million

Although there is little functional difference between $999,999 and $1 million, the round number of a million dollars is appealing and saving $1 …

DrinkMate Is A Tiny, Plug-In Breathalyzer For Android Devices

Devices that plug into smartphones to augment the built-in sensors with additional smarts are continuing to make their way to market, many fueled by crowdfunding. Here’s another contender aiming to extend the capability of Android smartphones: a teeny breathalyzer called DrinkMate, currently …

Introducing The ‘Chairless Chair,’ An Exoskeleton That Lets You Sit Anywhere

Noonee's solution is a futuristic exoskeleton that's simply called the "Chairless Chair."<p>The Chairless Chair is a wearable exoskeleton that can lock into place, providing support for production line workers all while retaining mobility.<p>The device's frame is constructed of aluminum and carbon fiber, …

Exoskeletons

Facebook profits triple as revenues surge on mobile platform success

Facebook profits tripled to $642m as revenues soared 72% in the first quarter of 2014, with the company continuing to shift its customers – and advertisers – to its mobile platform.<p>Comfortably beating analysts’ expectation the company said Wednesday that it had revenue of $2.5bn (£1.5bn) in the …

6 scientifically proven things men can do to be more attractive

Every man wants to know what will make him irresistible to women — especially when it comes to things he can change and control.<p>How much time should he spend at the gym? What colors look best? Should he shave? We turned to science for answers.<p>References: Color, facial hair, posture, smile, muscles, …

This Is Why We Don’t Have Google X Hoverboards Yet

Yes, Google X tried to design a hoverboard.<p>If <i>Back to the Future</i> has taught us anything, it’s that hoverboards are amazing, and it is one of 2014’s inexcusable tragedies that they are not yet real.<p>Which isn’t to say that some very smart people haven’t tried to build them. In this month’s inside look …

Entrepreneurs reveal their failures en route to success

<b>Millions of people dream of starting their own company, but only some are brave enough to take the leap.</b><p>Fewer still go on to great success.<p>Talking to BBC Radio 5 live's On the Money, some of the UK's most successful entrepreneurs share their tips for business success - as well as revealing some of …

5 Reasons Nice-Guy Leaders Actually Finish First

Barry Salzberg, the Global CEO of Deloitte, believes that strong leadership doesn’t have to be synonymous with hard personalities and demanding expectations. Here’s how to lead by example.<p>We’ve all read the stories about successful and iconic CEOs with volatile personalities–about leaders who use …

IT'S OFFICIAL: Americans Have Already Forgotten One Of The Biggest Lessons Of The Financial Crisis

This week, Gallup released the latest edition of an annual survey asking Americans what they considered to be the best long-term investment.<p>The No. 1 answer? Real estate!<p>This chart doesn't go back that far, sadly, but you can see that just a few years ago, the percentage of Americans who thought …

High Tech

How Silicon Valley entrepreneurs are rushing to cash in on cannabis.<p>By Mat Honan<p>Scroll Down<p>A clone of the Charlotte’s Web strain, developed by the …

From 'goof' to maths genius thanks to a blow to the head

Jason Padgett is one of the world's few 'sudden savants' – able to draw elaborate geometric fractals following a brain injury which changed his life.<p>A self-proclaimed former "goof" and college dropout has told how he became a maths genius after suffering a traumatic brain injury<p>Jason Padgett is a …

30 Brilliant Test Answers From Smartass Kids

When a child’s answer to a question on a quiz or test is incorrect but clever, should they get credit for it? Here are 30 clever test answers that …

Education

For Every 10 Minutes You Don't Touch Your Phone, A Child Could Have Clean Water For An Entire Day

Right now, 1463 people are going without something they probably consider essential — their cellphones.<p>But another 768 million, according to UNICEF, live daily without access to a much more important resource.<p>"We think we can't live without our phones, so why not use them to provide something …

Water

After WhatsApp: An Insider’s View On What’s Next In Messaging

<b>Editor’s note:</b> <i>Ted Livingston is the Founder and CEO of Kik, a mobile-first company with over 120 million registered users all over the world. Ted started working in mobile in 2007, while he was still studying at the University of Waterloo.</i><p>I was driving to a meeting in San Francisco when I got the …

20 Tracks You Have To Hear This Week (19/3/2014)

<b>Tune-Yards – Water Fountain</b><p>Merrill Garbus almost left ‘Water Fountain’ off ‘Nikki Nack’, Tune-Yards’ third album, for sounding “like a kids’ song”. …

New Albums

The $1M-A-Month Business Behind Your Favorite Twitter Accounts

If you’re one of the 1.14 million followers of the @HistoryInPics Twitter account, which posts delightfully obscure pictures of historical subjects and events, you may have asked yourself, “Are they making any money off this?”<p>The answer is yes. Quite a bit of money. The account is one of 200 across …

5 Ways To Make Sure Your Boss Knows Just How Awesome You Are

Signed a huge client? Check. Trained six new employees? Check. Hit your monthly sales quota in a week? Done and done.<p>You might have a list of career accomplishments a mile long. But if you’re the only one with access to that list—and no one else understands the extent of your contributions or the …

The weird, wacky & cool energy ideas coming out of labs across the US

Advertisement<p>3 Comments<p>A fuel cell for space. Batteries that use air. A way to tap pine trees and extract biofuels like maple syrup from a maple …

Apple and Samsung headed for another patent trial in March after failing to reach a settlement

It's back to court for Apple and Samsung. After an attempt at settling their latest patent dispute, the two companies will begin another trial in March, according to a filing with the US district court in San Jose. To be clear, this isn't a re-trial of the case that Apple brought back in 2011 -- …

10 things to look out for at the Brit awards 2014

<b>Prince will make an appearance</b><p>Given that Prince has been turning up at front rooms, concert halls and quite possibly your local laundrette to play until the early hours, it would have been a bit useless if the Brits couldn’t have got him to appear for them as well. The five-time Brit winner will be …

The world's most extraordinary hotels – in pictures

A fort in Rajasthan tops Lonely Planet's inaugural list of the world's most extraordinary places to stay, which also includes spherical treehouses in Vancouver Island's forest, and a cave hotel in Cappadocia, Turkey. Browse the gallery to see all 10 winners in order

Bonnie Tyler's Total Eclipse of the Heart and the 20 other best power ballads

20 Tracks You Have To Hear This Week (12/2/14)

20 Tracks You Need To Hear This Week (12/2/14)<p><b>Fear Of Men – Alta/Waterfall</b><p>Brighton indie-gloom merchants Fear Of Men are finally ready to gift us …