Mitchel Sánchez Montalván

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5 Ways To Refresh Your Leadership Style

Most leaders in today’s workplace could use a fresh start. They are struggling with the new demands that are being placed upon them; these include: how to lead the changing demographic shift, how to keep doing more with less, and how to execute with the required speed as the marketplace continues …

Audit Shows The NSA Has Been Illegally Spying On Americans

The wide-reaching leak on data surveillance programs by Edward Snowden (who has sought asylum in Russia) is still ongoing.<p>According to the Washington Post, an internal audit and other top-secret documents show that the National Security Agency (NSA) has broken privacy laws or overstepped its legal …

IBM creates Corelet programming language to make software that operates like the human brain - ExtremeTech

By on August 8, 2013 at 11:13 am<p>This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use.<p>At the International Joint …

The key to cheap solar power may have been discovered over 150 years ago - ExtremeTech

By on August 9, 2013 at 10:27 am<p>This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use.<p>Improvements in solar power …

Memory implantation is now officially real

The movie <i>Inception</i> is getting closer to reality. By planting false memories into the minds of mice, neuroscientists at MIT have created the first …

The Brain

3D+2D TV: A 3D display that's watchable without glasses, without ghosting - ExtremeTech

3D+2D TV: A 3D display that’s watchable without glasses, without ghosting<p>By on July 15, 2013 at 7:40 am<p>This site may earn affiliate commissions from …

The first 3D-printed battery is as tiny as a grain of sand

Imagine a computer so small it could slip through the human bloodstream. At just a millimeter in width, a new battery built by a Harvard University …

The mind-bending mysteries of multiple universes

There’s a vast amount of fun to be had with the possibilities that other universes exist, so how should we react to claims that some of these might be real?<p>Stand by for something fascinating about mitochondria. Or perhaps the strange properties of molybdenum? Or, better yet, why don’t we dive into …

Why we have to turn electronic devices off on planes

Mobile phones and other gadgets could interfere with sensitive electronic systems, some theories suggest. So why is it still so difficult to prove the truth behind the claims?<p>I have a guilty secret to confess. My plane was preparing for take-off from London’s Heathrow Airport in March when a flight …

Mobile Devices

How to make sure you never lose a photo again

Adding metadata to digital photos can make them easier to find and harder to steal. Ian Hardy looks at apps that ease the burden of adding data.<p>Managing an ever-increasing collection of digital photos can be problematic. Properly tagging photos can make them easier to find – and also make it harder …

3D printing powered by thought

Imagine if you could print objects just by thinking about them. Camila Ruz visits one company to see whether this is far-fetched dream or a real possibility.<p>It’s definitely not a bird. Nor is it a plane. The garish orange piece of plastic, small enough to hold in the palm of a hand, could pass for …