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Why High Intensity Workouts Are Best for Weight Loss

When it comes to shedding unwanted pounds and reworking your fat-to-muscle ratio, high intensity interval training (HIIT) combined with intermittent …

A Swatch smartwatch? The time has come

Swatch will unveil its own smartwatch in the next two to three months.<p>Known for its colorful and eye-catching line of watches, Swatch was initially dubious about entering the smartwatch business, CEO Nick Hayek told the Bloomberg news agency. But now the company will compete against the likes of …

Wearable Tech

'MythBusters' Adam Savage tests DJI Inspire 1 4K quadcopter

"MythBusters" host Adam Savage and his "Tested" co-host Norman Chan join Eric Chang from DJI to give the company's Inspire 1 quadcopter a spin in this new video.<p>The Inspire 1's flight control system makes it easy to fly, DJI promises, thanks to the way its body communicate with its controller.<p>The …

Drones

Soon You'll Be Able to Control Assassin's Creed with Your Eyes

It may sound like something out of a sci-fi flick, but Swedish tech company Tobii has just<p>It may sound like something out of a sci-fi flick, but Swedish tech company Tobii has just announced that the upcoming PC version of <i>Assassin’s Creed Rogue</i> will be the first blockbuster game on the market to …

10 things in tech you need to know today

<b>1. Twitter beat revenue estimations in its Q4 earnings report.</b> But it had 288 million monthly active users, short of the 295 million expected.<p><b>2. We talked to Twitter CEO Dick Costolo after the earnings report.</b> He says you need a thick skin to be CEO.<p><b>3. GoPro stock was down 15% after its Q4 earnings</b> …

Tesla knocks on Apple's door when it wants new employees

From strong leadership to disruptive products, there's a lot of corporate DNA shared by Apple and Tesla. It turns out, however, there's also a lot of <i>actual</i> DNA shared as well. A <i>Bloomberg</i> report on Tesla's hiring practices says the carmaker poaches more employees from Apple than it does from any …