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Everything You Need to Know About Gmail's New, Super-Confusing Layout

If you haven't heard yet, Gmail is rolling out a new tabbed interface for the inbox on both desktop and mobile. At first glance, this looks great for …

Go Beyond Simple Networking and Organize Your Own Mastermind Group

The first email I send to every new member of the my website, Living For Monday, ends in the same question: “What is the number one thing holding you …

The Best Gmail IFTTT Recipes

Gmail and If This Then That are already two of our favorite services. When you combine the two together they become seriously powerful. Here are a …

Five Foods You Can Do Almost Anything With

If you're just learning to cook, or you're on a budget, it's a good idea to make your pantry staples a set of ingredients that you can mix and match …

Food

Rolocule turns your iPhone and Apple TV into a Wii-style gaming system (video)

If you've ever wanted to hurl your iPhone through your TV while enthusiastically playing tennis, now's your chance. This week, Rolocule Games launched an iOS app -- Motion Tennis -- that turns your Apple TV into a Wii-esque gaming console. To connect devices to Apple TVs, the game relies on AirPlay …

Go Incognito and Keep Financial Sites from Caching Your Sensitive Data

Private browsing, a.k.a. incognito mode, is useful for more than just porn. It can protect you against sites (including online banks, health sites, …

IT security

Anki Drive isn't just a car racing game, it's an iOS-based robotics platform

When Anki Drive was demoed live on stage during Apple's WWDC, we saw a modern take on classic slot cars using iOS devices and Bluetooth-equipped toy vehicles -- basically a racing video game rendered with real world objects. But there's actually a lot more to it than that. Earlier this week, we …

Work More Efficiently by Identifying Your Unique Working Style

There is nothing more frustrating than listening to people haggle over different definitions of what constitutes "work." Catty conversations about …

10 Annoying Apps We're All Stuck Using (and How to Make Them Better)

Every app has its share of annoyances, but some are so popular that you're just plain stuck using them—either because your friends do, because you …

Stop Telling Your Employees What to Do

I will never forget the experiences of getting my first suit. I was 12 years old and my father took me to a department store on 18th street in New York City. I was very excited; this was the transition to feeling grown up. A real milestone. I would have a suit like all the grown men I knew.<p>At the …

Boston Marathon Amputees Face New Reality

By<p>Christopher Weaver,<p>Jennifer Smith and<p>Lisa Fleisher<p>Lisa Fleisher<p>The Wall Street Journal<p>Biography<p>@lisafleisher<p>reporterlisa<p>Google+<p>lisa@wsj.com<p>As people injured by the Boston bombings recover, many who lost one or more limbs face a long and grueling road ahead.<p>Patients like Celeste Corcoran, whose …

Medical Technology

What's the Difference Between All These Running Shoes?

Dear Lifehacker,<br>I'm in the market for some new running shoes and it's incredibly confusing. Will regular cheap tennis shoes be okay? Do I need …

Durex’s New Long-Distance Sexy Time Fundawear Is Exactly That

The thought of buying underwear from the same company that makes your condoms might sound shocking at first. But don’t be so quick to judge, especially where sex is concerned, as Durex has just announced its latest innovation. Fundawear.<p>Fundawear represents the condom company’s first foray into the …

Are You Listening to Your Most Important Customers?

You don’t see many tweets touting companies as #betterthanaverage. But there’s plenty of social media chatter about really good or bad customer experiences. The same holds true for the feedback companies receive directly via e-mails or phone calls. Customers are most likely to offer feedback when …

YikeBike - How easy is it to ride a YikeBike? Extended Version

Stanford for everybody! Professor launches startup to make elite education available to all

Studying at Stanford no longer requires maintaining a near-perfect GPA while captaining three sports teams, running the high school newspaper, volunteering with a child literacy program, mastering the cello, serving as student council president, finding a solution to world hunger, and …

Wearable technology: The bra designed to shock attackers

<b>"The Delhi gang rape was the trigger. But also the numbness of women - and law-makers against this social menace. It was high time we women needed a change."</b><p>Special Report: The Technology of BusinessThe man behind the PowerPoint presentationsAdvertisers create products from thin airBringing train …

Wearable Tech

Blind drivers at the steering wheel

<b>Innovations in automated driving have led to speculation that blind people may be able to take to the wheel. But do they want to drive - and could it become a reality?</b><p>How would you feel if a blind person pulled up next to you in a car?<p>This time last year, Google released a video showing a blind man …

Autonomous Cars

When Presenting Your Data, Get to the Point Fast

Projecting your data on slides puts you at an immediate disadvantage: When you’re giving a presentation, people can’t pull the numbers in for a closer look or take as much time to examine them as they can with a report or a white paper. That’s why you need to direct their attention. What do you …

Claim Your Freedom at Work

Sometimes we have to be shocked into seeing something that was there all along.<p>For a senior executive I’ll call Karen, one of those defining moments came most unexpectedly when her boss tried to give her a one-line performance review for the third year in a row.<p>Before Karen was promoted to vice …

How P&G Presents Data to Decision-Makers

Those of us who believe that managers make better decisions when key data are presented visually tend to get very excited about all the innovation going on in the graphical display of information. (For a sampling of some new and cool tools, see the popular Hans Rosling TED talk.) However, if you …

Top Salespeople Use LinkedIn to Sell More

I recently interviewed 54 top salespeople about how they use LinkedIn to research accounts, prospect for leads, and generate sales. All of the study participants sell technology-based products to the IT departments of mid to large size companies.<p>The study included three types of salespeople: 33% …

Your Least Engaged Employees Might Be Your Top Performers

Some of the most engaged employees in your organization are your worst performers. And some of the least engaged are your highest performers.<p>This conclusion comes from new research by the consulting firm, Leadership IQ. The study “matched engagement survey and performance appraisal data for 207 …

The Happiest People Pursue the Most Difficult Problems

Lurking behind the question of jobs — whether there are enough of them, how hard we should work at them, and what kind the future will bring — is a major problem of job engagement. Too many people are tuned out, turned off, or ready to leave. But there’s one striking exception.<p>The happiest people I …

Where the Race for Talent Is Tight, Women Gain Speed

“I think multinational companies like to recruit women in China,” an ex-pat female senior executive in Beijing explained to me recently. “They are more likely to have the language skills, a cooperative management style, and are enthusiastic about working for foreign firms which are more likely to …

Does Money Really Affect Motivation? A Review of the Research

How much should people earn? Even if resources were unlimited, it would be difficult to stipulate your ideal salary. Intuitively, one would think that higher pay should produce better results, but scientific evidence indicates that the link between compensation, motivation and performance is much …

Samsung NX2000 mirrorless camera hits the FCC, may carry a touch UI

Samsung may not have shaken up its mirrorless camera line with the very evolutionary NX1100, but there are hints at the FCC of bigger things in store. A filing at the US agency has confirmed the existence of an unannounced NX2000. On the surface, it's similar to its ancestors: labeling and tests …

Crash tests: Not for dummies

Why the changing shape and weight of the driving population is forcing car manufacturers to look for new ways to test vehicles.<p>If you've ever been lucky enough to walk away from a car accident without any serious injury then you may want to thank Hybrid III.<p>This pinkish-brown humanoid, with …

General Motors