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45 Quick Changes That Will Help Your Resume Get Noticed

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Google's Nest Thermostat talks to your car, washing machine

Nest Labs opens its platform so the smart thermostat and smoke detector can communicate with other appliances and apps. And Intel shows off a walking, talking 3D-printed robot anyone can build and program.

Washing Machines

Portable Robot Printer Is Like A Roomba That Squirts Ink

“What is a printer?” asked Zuta Labs, then reimagined it as the Mini Mobile Robotic Printer, as small as your hand.<p>Designed by Zuta Labs and now on Kickstarter, the Mini Mobile Robotic Printer is one for the mobile age. It cleverly sheds the bulk of consumer printing by re-imagining what a printer …

Printing

Augment Your Reality--Without Being a Glasshole

<b>Augmented Reality Apps</b><br>Part of Glass's futuristic appeal is that it augments reality, or supplements your view of the world with high-tech visual input, such as a map overlay on a city block. AR is awesome—and it makes you feel like you're in a video game or flying a fighter jet—but it's not new, …

20 Cocktail Recipes Every Man Should Know How to Make

1. The Historic Manhattan<p>This one is taken from <i>Harry Johnson’s New & Improved Bartender’s Manual</i>, 1882. Harry even advises on the addition of …

Lemon Juice

Boston University Researchers Find CTE in Brain of Deceased Soccer Player

Researchers at Boston University made a landmark discovery of Stage 2 chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a degenerative brain disease, in a posthumous examination of former soccer player Patrick Grange.<p>According to a Wednesday report by <i>The</i> <i>New York Times</i>' <i></i>John Branch, Grange is the first named case of …

Kinesiology

How to Watch: Slopestyle

<b>What is slopestyle:</b><br>Snowboarders were the first to develop slopestyle—a discipline that grew out of freestyle, which includes halfpipe and big air. The sport is a combination of tricks in a terrain park—like rails and quarterpipes—and big jumps, explains Melissa Larsen, general editor in …

Antarctic penguins forced up 100-foot ice walls, study shows

Warmer temperatures are forcing emperor penguins to make gravity-defying journeys out of their traditional breeding grounds<p>Emperor penguins are having to struggle up 100-foot walls of ice as warmer temperatures force them out of their traditional breeding grounds, a study has shown.<p>The …

The Restaurant Inside LA's Space Age Theme Building Has Closed

The restaurant inside an L.A. architectural icon has closed. Sadly, wannabe George Jetsons will no longer be able to pick up a cocktail at Encounter …

Smart Ways to Raise Your Kids

However, there's a difference between helping and helicoptering. “Over-involved parents keep their children from trying things on their own and experimenting,” says Kathleen Hoover-Dempsey, Ph.D., professor emerita at Vanderbilt University. Kids have to develop their own sense of self as …

Leadership Traits

So what characteristics comprise our notion of the ideal chief executive?<p><b>1. Dark hair.</b> Among 500 U.K.-based CEOs, 91 percent had brown or black hair—or a mane that was brown or black before it turned gray—according to a study from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. People tend to view …

Colbert fights Google's robots with Ewoks

Someone has to put up a show against Google's latest robotic intentions. Thankfully, Stephen Colbert is stepping up.<p>"It's the Yahoo of things that work."<p>This is the benign description that Stephen Colbert offers on the subject of Google.<p>However, like the defender of all things natural and …

Robots

Facebook Is Keeping Track Of Every Post You Write and Don’t Publish

Facebook knows pretty much everything about you — and that includes when you type out posts but decide not to hit “enter.”<p>But before you freak out <i>too</i> …

Facebook finally launches 'dislike,' but only for Messenger

Liking comments and status updates on Facebook has been a long running theme of the social network, but you’ve never been able to demonstrate your disdain with a "dislike" until today. While Facebook isn’t introducing a full dislike button, the Messenger part of the service is getting a giant …

Famo.us shows the prettiest of 3D user interfaces for web-based mobile devices

Steve Newcomb wants touchscreen user interfaces for mobile web apps to be beautiful with enhanced 3D graphics. The chief executive of Famo.us is releasing what he calls “jaw-dropping demos” today of what he has in mind for his platform technology, which takes advantage of the WebGL protocol.<p>The …

Roku finally gets a YouTube channel, implements DIAL

Advertisement<p>8 Comments<p>Roku closed a big gap in its channel line-up Tuesday by finally adding a YouTube channel. The channel will initially just be …

Gigabit-Speed AC Wireless Routers Could Be One Of Your Smartest Home Tech Investments

If you’re like me, you are scrambling last minute to get your friends and family the latest tech gifts. You might be thinking about a new tablet, an iPad, game console, 2 in 1, or maybe even a smart watch. One gift that could be even more useful than all of those could be a new wireless router …

How The AMNH Is Using 3D Printing To Copy Dinosaur Bones

You’re a high school science teacher and your class is learning about dinosaurs. You can’t exactly run to the local dino bone barn and buy some …

This Handheld 3D Printer Could Let Doctors "Draw" New Bones

Waving a magic wand over an injured bone to create a custom, living repair patch sounds like something out of <i>I, Robot</i>. But researchers have created a …

Concrete-Printing Bees And Other Living 3D Printers

Gizmodo's 3D Printing Week, a collaborative project with GE that comes to a close this evening, would only be partially complete without a look at …

Amazing ads use surveillance tech to react to planes

British Airways launches a series of interactive billboards in which children appear to react to real-world planes flying by and even explain which flight is in the air.<p>At least once in your life, you must have lain down on a wall or a lawn or in a prison exercise yard, looked up, and wondered …

British Airways

Shark Nearly Chokes To Death On Moose, Is Saved By Canadian Bystanders (PHOTOS)

In case you were wondering, it is indeed possible for a shark to bite off more than it can chew.<p>As evidence, we submit this Greenland shark, which two good samaritans recently rescued from choking to death on a moose. One of the men, Derrick Chaulk, told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation he …

This Is What America's School Lunches Really Look Like

School lunch has never been the stuff of foodie dreams. I'm still haunted by the memory of my elementary school cafeteria's "brain pizza" – a lumpy oval thing topped with fleshy white strips of barely melted mozzarella that clumped together like neurons.<p>And it looks like America's school cafeterias …

The Ecosystem of Linkedin

LinkedIn has reached over 200 million members worldwide, making it the world’s largest professional network. The Ecosystem of LinkedIn infographic …

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7 Ways To Disrupt Your Industry

Massive disruption is coming, and the only question is whether your firm is going to cause it or fall victim to it. Here are 7 ways your firm can disrupt its own industry, raising the standards of customer experience and creating new opportunities for growth.<p>Massive disruption is coming, and the …

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