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How to Start a Career in Cybersecurity

Are you searching for a high-paying job with excellent growth prospects? You could look at some of the top jobs for the future. Or you could consider something that's hot right now: a career in cybersecurity.<p>According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the median salary for information …

Raw Cheesecake Filled Cinnamon Rolls [Vegan, Gluten-Free]

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Language-learning apps that you need now

Going on an overseas trip soon? Need to familiarize yourself with a local language?<p>Up your linguistic game with a language-learning app.<p>Say goodbye …

Language Learning

Babies Sleep Better In Their Own Rooms After 4 Months, Study Finds

Babies get less sleep at night and sleep for shorter stretches when they sleep in their parents' room after 4 months old, a new study finds. Parents are also more likely to engage in unsafe sleep practices, such as bringing their child into their bed or leaving pillows, blankets or stuffed animals …

Most Scenic Bike Routes in the World Photos

Casual bikers love to go for a spin because the activity is a perfect blend of exercise and scenery. Added to this fact is that bike paths are typically away from busy streets, making the sport all the more serene. Yet, for those biking-enthusiasts who are not satisfied with simply hoping on their …

The 5 Things You 100% Don't Need to Pack When Traveling

While we've extensively studied the art of packing a carry-on , there are always a few items that manage to sneak into our bags at the last minute. …

Minimalism

31 Days to a Clutter-Free Home

1 of 11<p>Days 1-5: The Warm Up<p>Advertisement<p>2 of 11<p>Days 6-8: The Bedroom<p>3 of 11<p>Day 9-10: The Closet<p>Advertisement<p>4 of 11<p>Days 11-14: The …

Why Your Cat Loves Small Spaces

Cats don’t just like small spaces, they <i>love</i> them. From Amazon boxes to grocery bags to the tiny gap between the bottom of your couch and the floor. …

Pets

Data breaches cost US businesses an average of $7 million — here’s the breakdown

This post is sponsored by Dell Technologies and Intel® - partners in hardware-enabled security solutions. Intel Inside®. Powerful Productivity Outside. Learn more at delltechnologies.com.<p>The impact of cyber threats is rising in the US, with the average cost of a data breach now over $7 million …

Google experiment promises clean nighttime shots from your phone

Many modern smartphones can take decent photos when the sun goes down, but their noisy, washed out images still don't hold a candle to the shots from a high-end DSLR. Google researcher Florian Kainz might have a way of closing that gap at least some of the time, however. In response to a challenge …

Mobile Photography

Mastodon Bone Findings Could Upend Our Understanding of Human History

Paleontologists have dug up a 130,000-year-old mastodon skeleton that looks like it was smashed apart by humans. But they found it in America, where people were not supposed to have arrived for another 100,000 years.<p>How could that have happened?<p>The researchers say they think early humans must have …

Anthropology

How to Make Your Apartment Feel 10 Times Bigger, According to IKEA

When most people look at a small room, they see problems. If you don't have a design background, the idea of squeezing a sofa into an already cramped …

Is it time to get a new dryer? Here's how to know

There are people who always want the newest and coolest appliances and there are others who like to hang on to items they spent hard-earned cash on. If you're one of the latter, there's no shame in that. There are definitely times when you need to let go, though. Here are just a few signs that your …

Microsoft co-founder pledges $30 million to house Seattle's homeless

The man who co-founded Microsoft with Bill Gates has pledged $30 million to house Seattle's homeless.<p>Seattle Mayor Ed Murray said Wednesday the city was partnering with Paul G. Allen's family foundation to build a facility to house homeless families with children.<p>Allen's foundation will provide $30 …

Housing

7 Jobs Intelligent Robots Will Take First (Some Will Surprise You)

Hold onto your white collars, because the robotic revolution is going to cause the biggest transformation in the world’s workforce since the industrial revolution, and are 7 jobs intelligent robots have firmly in their sight.<p>While many of us are excited about the future and the conveniences …

World Economic Forum

Smart Technologies For Summer Travel Photos

Some things never change, like how the months of June, July, and August mean the kids are out of school, adults are on vacation mode, and travel plans are being finalized. What has changed, though, is the technology we use when we travel. Devices have been making dramatic strides over the past few …

The one thing you need to keep your clothes looking their best on a business trip

<i>The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase.</i><p>Pursteam<p>If you travel regularly for work or personal reasons, you can see the merit in having a tiny, handheld garment steamer to …

Dump paper receipts forever with this easy expense-travel tracker

Every year, as you wade through a labyrinthian, blood-pressure-boosting federal tax form, you probably think, “Next year, I’m going to keep better track of everything so THIS doesn’t happen again.” That drive toward better organization — and most importantly, more savings — begins with the clever …

Good Housekeeping

Good Housekeeping reaches an audience of 30+ million each month. In addition to the magazine brand, the Good Housekeeping Institute is the consumer …

Housekeeping

15 free games that will help you learn how to code

Online learning has come a long way in the last few years. There are interactive courses, tons of online tutorials, and one of my personal favorite ways to practice coding: games.<p>While a game alone probably isn't going to teach you everything you need to know about coding, it can be a really …

Vim

Are you a 'SuperAger'? Why some brains age twice as slowly.

At 89, Donald Tenbrunsel is a bit of a phenomenon. He surfs the internet with ease, happily converses on a broad range of timely topics, volunteers and reads regularly.<p>Known as a "SuperAger," Tenbrunsel was part of a study that helped researchers discover what factors might set these super-sharp …

The Brain

How you learned a second language influences the way your brain works

Over the past few years, you might have noticed a surfeit of articles covering current research on bilingualism. Some of them suggest that it sharpens the mind, while others are clearly intended to provoke more doubt than confidence, such as Maria Konnikova’s “Is Bilingualism Really an Advantage?” …

Language Learning

Angry Republicans lash out at Trump for not consulting them on travel ban

President Trump’s temporary ban on refugees and other foreigners has significantly deepened fissures in his already fragile relationship with congressional Republicans, as GOP leaders on Capitol Hill complained angrily Monday that they were not consulted before the order was issued.<p>At least a dozen …

Don't let your router be a gateway for cycbercriminals

Many of us give little thought to our routers, but they are very important to our digital lives — and if you are reading this online, you are using one.<p>A router is a networking device used to transfer data between your computer and the Internet. Routers also are an essential part of your home …

Identity Theft

Browser autofill used to steal personal details in new phishing attack

Chrome, Safari, Opera and extensions such as LastPass can be tricked into leaking private information using hidden text boxes, developer finds<p>Your browser or password manager’s autofill might be inadvertently giving away your information to unscrupulous phishers using hidden text boxes on …

Personal Information

These Were the Best Instagram Beauty Hacks That 2016 Gifted Us

Say what you will about the debacles that this past year has brought us, but you have to admit that 2016 has given us some gems despite it all. From the <i>Gilmore Girls</i> revival (we’ve already re-watched it twice) to Chrissy Teigen’s Halloween fashion show with baby Luna, we can’t help but reminisce on …

Makeup

Ten easy encryption tips for warding off hackers, the US government—and Russia

On a frigid Saturday, pink and yellow Post-It notes scrawled with concerns about cybersecurity covered a wall of Eyebeam, a nonprofit art and technology center in Brooklyn. “Identity theft + surveillance = paranoia, plz help,” read one note. “How much of a threat do alt-right hackers pose on social …

Privacy

12 Things to Add to 2018 For a Healthier, Happier Year

In the New Year, there are some things you should cut back on to be healthier, but also so many things you should add in. The best part? They're so simple — and many of them cost absolutely nothing. Try adding more of each of these to your day-to-day in 2018 to make this year so much better than …

Women Who Have Last Baby After 35 Are Mentally Sharper in Old Age

<i>Summary: A new study reports postmenopausal women who had their last child after the age of 35 or used hormonal contraceptives for more than 10 years</i> …

China is at the forefront of manipulating DNA to create a new class of superhumans

Would you want to alter your future children’s genes to make them smarter, stronger, or better looking? As the state of science brings prospects like these closer to reality, an international debate has been raging over the ethics of enhancing human capacities with biotechnologies such as so-called …

Molecular Biology