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3 Psychological Factors That Can Trigger Male Suicide

Recently I received a review copy of the book, <i>Lonely at the Top: The High Cost of Men's Success</i> by Thomas Joiner, Ph.D. I was happy to offer a review.<p>Dr. Joiner is one of the world's leading experts on suicide and has published two previous books, <i>Myths about Suicide</i> (Harvard University Press 2010) …

Internet of Everything Expected to Generate $613 Billion in Profits in 2013 | The Network | The Network

<b>SAN JOSE, Calif., June 19, 2013</b> — The Internet of Everything (IoE) is expected to enable global private-sector businesses to generate at least $613 billion in global profits in 2013, according to the IoE Value Index study released by Cisco today. The report – announced via a global TelePresence …

China Now Has Over 300 Million 3G Subscribers

All three of China’s mobile telcos have just released their May figures, which includes those of 3G subscribers. I notice that the huge market has …

China

Brewster Brings Its Personalized, Mobile Address Book To The Web With Easy Contact Sharing

Brewster launched late last year with a simple goal: Replace your tired old A-to-Z contact list with an address book that actually understands your relationships and, in turn, helps you become a better friend. For some of us, this feels like a hopeless pursuit. We’re overworked, stressed, have …

No Funding, No Rich Daddy, Founder of M-Stars in Indonesia Started Up His Way

I met Joseph Edi Lumban Gaol, founder of M-Stars Group, in Jakarta, Indonesia. M-Stars is one of Indonesia’s pioneer mobile content providers; …

Startups

Thinking of Starting a Business? Why Wearable Computing Is Red Hot | Inc.com

Pretty soon, your smartphone will be as quaint as an eight-track player, replaced by a pair of computerized contact lenses that can predict the weather or deliver your Facebook feed. That's wearable computing, which has already crafted a following among sports enthusiasts. You're about to see it …

Wearable Tech