Smartwatches nowadays can do all kinds of neat things. In fact, they are becoming more independent than ever, some even featuring wireless data connectivity, killing the need for a companion smartphone.
Most of us know at least one madly productive person--someone who's able to accomplish more in a couple of hours than the rest of us get done all day. And chances are that person is also quite successful.
When I got back, I checked my phone to find out my distance, calories burned, minutes active, and heart rate. "You ran 23 active minutes," my phone displayed across the screen. "Only 20 active minutes
Those three phones start at $700, $800, and $1,000, respectively. The most expensive iPhone model, the iPhone X, in many ways represents the future of the iPhone. But it's not for everyone. Here are 9
Many people stay busy. After all, checking items off a to-do list isn't hard. What's hard is checking the right things off your to-do list, completing the right projects, and getting the right stuff done.
How many hours you work is the wrong metric. Focus on how much you get done. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. How many hours do you work per week? Are you proud of that number?
Have you ever wondered why some people are uber-productive? You know the people who always respond to emails and finish projects on time. It's not because they work 80 hours a week. They're so productive
For years now the importance of smartphone software has taken a back seat in the arms race known as the specs war. How often have we lamented a beautiful piece of hardware – take most Huawei phones prior
Inventing the first app in the world to be approved as a contraceptive started as a hobby project for Elina Berglund Scherwitzl. The nuclear physicist, who'd been working on the team that discovered the
If you make decisions by consensus, you waste a lot of time. But if you make decisions without sufficient involvement, you won’t gain the cooperation and commitment you need for subsequent steps and successful
Coming back from a magical vacation isn't much fun. One minute, you're lounging by the sparkling, blue sea without a care in the world. The next, you're back in your gray cubicle, feeling jet-lagged and
It makes sense — when you get into work in the morning, you don't want to spend an hour trying to figure out what to do first. And yet, sometimes, all that planning and scheduling can work to your detriment.
This is art. Or at least, art-adjacent. Diving headfirst onto a trampoline covered in almost a thousand mousetraps might not seem like a good idea. Filming it in super slow motion, however, definitely
This very complex machine has one job — to flip a water bottle. Built entirely out of K'NEX, YouTuber Thibault Art has created something that gets the viral water bottle flipping challenge right. It took
Having close access to ultra-successful people can yield some pretty incredible information about who they really are, what makes them tick, and, most important, what makes them so successful and productive.
Entrepreneurs are no strangers to the odd bout of existential terror. Usually, these period of stress and fear flair up only to die down rather quickly. Sometimes, however, these stresses persist and make
Today we’ve got our list of ways Google Home Hub can set itself apart from the competition, some Gmail Smart Reply stories, and a new feature coming to Google Photos. 9to5Google Daily is available on Play,
Every entrepreneur has heard about having a productive morning. It’s been the hot topic of conversation among productivity savants for years. But what about other critical parts of the day? Are we forgetting
There are lots of extremely cynical theories over why this might be, not least because driving demand for Lightning-based headphones would be a very good thing for Beats, an Apple subsidiary. Regardless,
Apple wants to wow audiences over the progress of its music service, but perhaps it's Spotify that really deserves your slow clap. Cupertino, California-based Apple boasted at its iPhone 7 launch event
The biggest surprise of Apple’s press event yesterday was not the iPhone 7 or its lack of a headphone jack, but the unexpected presence of Nintendo, and two of its most famous properties. There was Pokémon