Are you a people pleaser? Do you take on more than you can handle? Or would you like a way to focus on your work without becoming distracted by other people’s priorities? Productive entrepreneurs and make
My work as an executive leadership coach often has me shadowing the people I'm coaching. And that means sitting in a lot of meetings--as many as seven or eight a day. And I've come to realize that there's
Meet Setapp, the Spotify of Mac apps. For $9.99 per month, you can download and use more than a hundred Mac apps without spending another cent. All those apps are usually paid apps, but Setapp wants to
The first nasty bit of undetectable malware of 2018 has been unearthed after it was found targeting Macs this week. Security researchers revealed info about the new OSX/MaMi malware which is a lot like
Eversign makes legally binding digital signatures online and in-person easy on your iPhone, iPad and Mac
Eversign packs in everything you need for legally binding digital signatures, offering an all-in-one suite for creating and managing documents like contracts, NDAs, approvals, legal forms and anything
You don’t have to break the bank on a new MacBook Pro to get Touch Bar functionality. Thanks to an app called Quadro, you can add a super-powered Touch Bar with even more features than the real thing any
Mario, Zelda and Xenoblade have never looked better The newest version of Cemu, a popular, “highly experimental” Wii U emulator for Windows PC, includes a feature that many users have been hoping for.
Even the strongest passwords are fallible, and as Samy Kamkar demonstrates, sometimes it doesn’t take much. Kamkar’s new exploit, PoisonTap, uses free software and a $5 Raspberry Pi Zero microcomputer.
Pulpstream has an interesting ambition to get rid of paper-based forms at enterprises and replace them with employee-created digital processes that require zero coding experience to build. This idea comes
How much thinner can ultraportables get? How much more can ASUS shave off of the ZenBook, its flagship ultraportable? Apparently, quite a bit. The company's new ZenBook 3, announced today at Computex,
TravelIntelligent Travel If you’re wondering how to survive a long-haul plane flight, here’s your answer: Fly first class! I kid. While the lie-flat bed and special check-in line do wonders to boost morale
fastcoexist.com - About the author Ben Schiller is a New York staff writer for Fast Company. Previously, he edited a European management magazine and was a reporter in San Francisco, Prague, and Brussels. More
One of NVIDIA's best desktop graphics cards is coming to laptops. The GTX 980 — not to be confused with the similarly named mobile GPU, the GTX 980M — will be crammed into an upcoming crop of high-end
Samsung has just launched the 950 Pro, its first consumer SSD that puts vertical NAND (V-NAND) tech into a gumstick-sized M.2 PCI Express device. The result, as you might guess, is speed. The 512GB model,
The update allows users to break into iCloud accounts that have two-factor authentication enabled, the company announced on Thursday (via Engadget). Two-factor authentication is a security system you set
Codecademy, a venture-backed company, offers free online training for tech workers. Since it opened in 2011, more than 25 million people have taken those courses, according to CEO Zach Sims. Courses include
When the iOS 8 jailbreak tool Pangu was released earlier this month for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, it still had some rough edges such as no one-click solution to install Cydia or support for English.