Matt Nisley

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Learn any of these 16 programming languages and you'll always have a job

Someone has to write that software. Why not you?<p>There are thousands of programming languages, but some are far more popular than others.<p>When a company goes out to find new programming talent, they're looking for people familiar with the languages and systems they already use — even as newer …

Programming Languages

How to create your first mobile app?

Ideas for mobile apps have become extremely common among the average person. While ideas are plentiful, the ability to build and execute a launch is …

Apps

Win the Day With Tim Ferriss's Morning Routine

Here's how the best-selling author and serial entrepreneur starts things right.<p>"If you win the morning, you win the day -- or at least, so it has been said," says author and entrepreneur Tim Ferriss. And he has a routine designed to set him up for success. In this video, Ferriss explains what he …

Tim Ferriss

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Hero item of the day: PERi iPhone speaker and charge case

Sometimes it takes one amazing find to make your life so much simpler. Every day, we'll be showcasing one product that does just that: our "hero" item. Today, our top pick is the PERi speaker iPhone case. This awesome case combines a hi-fidelity speaker with 10x the volume of your iPhone into one …

IPhone 7

Stem-Cell Dental Implants Grow New Teeth Right In Your Mouth

• Dr. Jeremy Mao has unveiled a growth factor-infused, three-dimensional scaffold with the potential to regenerate an anatomically correct tooth in …

LilyPad MP3 Released

The new Lilypad MP3 board is out and it looks pretty sweet! Lilypads are washable Arduinos designed for wearable electronics. You can sew them onto your clothing and wire them up with conductive thread. The new MP3 board is basically an Arduino — it’s got the standard ATmega 328p with Arduino …

Self-healing metal could lead to longer-lasting airplanes

MIT researchers recently pulled on a piece of cracked metal so hard that they expected it to break apart. Instead, something unexpected happened: The …

Scientists Discover First New Polymers in 20 Years

The world welcomed two new polymers on Thursday, codenamed Titan and Hydro, both of which came from the same reaction. One is rigid; it could become …

Building Soluble Circuits To Help End E-Waste

It takes 1,000 years for a typical silicon wafer to dissolve in a bucket of water.<p>The Challenge<p>For every human on the planet—and there’s more than seven billion of us—43 pounds of electronic waste is generated each year. The United Nations predicts that by 2017, the figure will climb by as much as …

New nano-dots could mean cheap, paint-on solar cells

Colloidal quantum dots sound like something that young Jedi might use for training in a starfighter flight simulator, but they're actually a new form of solid nanoparticles that could lead to the creation of cheaper, lighter, and more flexible solar cells.<p>The new material could also be used to make …

How DNA Scissors Can Perform Surgery Directly On Your Genes

These gene-slicers may help tackle HIV, Alzheimer's, and brain cancer.<p>Jay Johnson’s DNA was cut into pieces. Tiny molecular scissors chopped it into slices the cell couldn’t readily repair. The cell did its best at a speedy patch-up job, but the gene was left effectively useless. As the battered …

Genetics

Why The Future of Work Is All About Challenging Convention

When thinking about the future of work many themes come to mind. However, if I had to describe what the future of work is all about in two words, I’d say, “challenge convention.” But what does that actually mean?<p>Challenging convention is the practice of going against and challenging the common …

The 8 Coolest New Tricks Your Nest Can Do

Late last night, Nest announced its Developer Program: An initiative that's going to allow more than 5,000 developers to tinker and build new Nest …

Google's Nest Buys Dropcam for $555 Million

Nest says it is undertaking the acquisition itself -- and that goes for the privacy policy, too.<p>Dropcam, the popular home monitoring camera startup, will be acquired by Nest, maker of smart thermostats and smoke detectors. The deal is worth $555 million in cash.<p>Nest itself was just purchased by …

The Social Store: A Hybrid

Peterson and his team see an untapped opportunity with the ascendancy of foodie culture. "Stores will combine the sociality and the indulgences of food with the pleasures of shopping," says WD Partners' report.

8 Gadgets For The High-Tech Home

Meet George Jetson: From wireless door locks to scales that measure more than weight, these connected devices take your domicile digital.<p>1 of 9<p>A new …

Smart Homes

Intel's cable-free future will use WiTricity's advanced wireless charging

The wireless charging space recently expanded with the introduction of A4WP's Rezence brand, followed by the participation of PC giants, Lenovo and Dell. Now, things are about to get even more interesting as WiTricity and Intel -- both being A4WP board members -- today announced their technology …

Still Confused About Net Neutrality? John Oliver Explains. (Video)

Net neutrality isn’t just favored by anti-corporate hippies, HBO’s John Oliver explains.<p>Net neutrality isn’t the easiest subject to get your arms around. Most people get the general idea: Internet traffic should be treated equally and not blocked. But when the conversation turns to the details you …

Would You Pay $30 a Month to Watch These Channels on the Web?

Here's a theoretical lineup for Dish's yet-to-launch Web TV service.<p>Dish says it wants to offer a Web TV service later this year. ESPN and some other Disney channels are on board.<p>Who else could Dish get, if it wants to hit its retail target price of $30 a month?<p>Here’s a theoretical list, courtesy …

Re/code on TV: Apple, Apple, Apple -- Also, Um, Apple iWatch

Enough about Apple -- what do you think of Apple?<p>This was pretty much the week of Apple as <b>Re/code</b> hit the TV screens of our NBC news partner CNBC, largely talking about the many announcements by the tech giant this past week at the Worldwide Developers Conference.<p>Here’s Walt Mossberg, for example, …

Free phone service FreedomPop unveils $20 'Unlimited' plan

Free phone service FreedomPop is serving up a $20-a-month all-you-can-eat option.<p>Unveiled on Thursday, the new "Unlimited Everything" plan offers unlimited talk, text, and data for the $20 monthly fee. The only apparent drawback is that once you consume more than 1GB, your data speed drops from 4G …

How To: Make A Kick Butt Resumé | Whitney Blake

<i>It’s no secret that the job market is more competitive than it has ever been. With the sea of recent grads applying everywhere that I am, I know that</i> …

Happier Than A Billionaire: Quitting My Job, Moving to Costa Rica, & Living the Zero Hour Work Week

• <b>Author:</b> Nadine Hays Pisani<p>One couple's celebration of risking it all for the dream of living a happier life.<p>In this humorous and witty account, Nadine Pisani shares what is is like to follow her dream of quitting her job and carving a new life under the sunny skies of Costa Rica. Along the way, she …

Vagabonding

• <b>Author:</b> Rolf Potts & Timothy Ferriss<p><b>With a new foreword by Tim Ferriss •</b> There’s nothing like vagabonding: taking time off from your normal life—from six weeks to four months to two years—to discover and experience the world on your own terms. In this one-of-a-kind handbook, veteran travel writer …