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Afrezza Breathes Life Into MannKind

Any day now MannKind (NASDAQ:MNKD), is expected to launch its lead product Afrezza, an inhalable form of insulin. The company’s founder and namesake, Alfred Mann, has invested almost $1 billion of his own money to bring this product to market. Nate Pile’s best idea for 2015 is to invest alongside …

Google Tricks That Will Change the Way You Search

Google Search's learning curve is an odd one. You use it every day, but still all you know is how to search. But the search engine has plenty of …

How Steve Jobs’ high school covered the Apple II launch in 1977

Steve Jobs and Stephen Wozniak revolutionized the computer world with the invention of the Apple II, but back in 1977 when they created the unbelievably simple home PC, few people realized the enormous impact it would have on the “small computer field.”<p>Case in point, look at this article from the …

What To Bring To The Job Interview

The hardest part of getting a job is getting the job interview. Once you’re invited to a job interview, your chances at getting the job improve dramatically — from about one in a hundred applicants to one in six or seven. That’s a huge difference!<p>A day or two before the job interview, make a test …

39 Recipes to Make Anyone Love Cabbage

Slow-baked, sautéed, or shredded for slaw, the humble cabbage is one of late winter’s most versatile vegetables—we've got 39 recipes to make anyone love it<p>Slow-baked, sautéed, or shredded for slaw, the humble <b>cabbage</b> is one of the most versatile vegetables.<p>All those people who tell you to discard …

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8 fundamental Internet lessons to teach your kids

With two things as rapidly changing as the Internet and a child's development, sometimes safety settings aren't enough.<p>Besides built-in precautions …

9 Myths About Social Media at Work

Avinash Kaushik, an Indian entrepreneur, author and public speaker, once tweeted that “Social media is like teen sex, Everyone wants to do it. No one actually knows how. When finally done, there is surprise it’s not better.”<p>That was in 2009. Today, social media has transformed the way we do sales, …

Hospitals trial wireless heart monitor technology

American doctors have developed two new wireless heart monitoring technologies that remotely measure the heart rate of cardiology patients, and may dramatically reduce their chances of sudden death from heart failure.<p>“This device is its own cellular platform,” says Dr. Rhea Pimental, a physician …

Analog wrist watch can call emergency numbers even without a phone

There are <i>some</i> smartwatches out there like Will.i.am's Puls that can make voice calls without having to connect to a phone. But have you ever heard of an analog watch with the same capability? No? Well, now you will: the GPS-equipped Limmex emergency watch looks like a perfectly old-fashioned Swiss …

Pumpkin geometry: stunning shadow sculptures that illuminate an ancient mathematical technique | Alex Bellos

Photograph: Saul Schleimer<p>The red line shows a straight line from the North Pole through New York and on to the flat map of the world, analogous to the path of light from a source at N. Illustration: Henry …

NaturalCycles Expands Its Contraception App Subscription Service In Europe

Swiss founded startup NaturalCycle, which has been testing its contraception app in the Nordics since last December has now opened it up to the U.K. market, making its first move to scale the subscription service which aims to offer women an alternative to hormone based contraception methods such …

Emergency Response Drone With Defibrillator Inside

<i>Are you...my daughter?</i><p>This is the ambulance drone invented by 23-year old Dutch student Alec Momont. It packs a defibrillator inside and was designed …

12 Intriguing Laws Of Business Power

A number of my UC Santa Barbara entrepreneurial students have asked my opinion of Robert Greene’s The 48 Laws Of Power, prompting me to check it out. Given the book’s commercial success, I had high hopes. Sadly, I was disappointed by Greene’s Machiavellian cynicism.<p>When I later learned that Mr. …

2015 Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II

When nothing less than second-best will do.<p>If you’re truly wealthy, you’re not visiting your local Rolls-Royce dealership to buy a Ghost, but rather a Phantom, at a price that starts just above $400,000 but can require adding a seventh digit. The Ghost, while still outrageously expensive at …

On The Heels Of Apple Pay, Jumio Launches A Card-Scanning Mobile Checkout Product For Retailers’ iOS And Android Apps

Computer vision startup Jumio, best known for its payment card and ID-scanning technologies which allow end users to hold up their cards to a mobile device’s camera to simplify the process of entering in that data on small screens, is rolling out a new product today designed to improve the mobile …

The Other Reason the TV Guys Are Moving to the Web

Hint: It's old, and it rhymes with "cable TV."<p>It’s a pivotal time for TV: One by one, big networks are stepping out of the cable bundle and giving viewers a chance to watch their stuff on the Web.<p>But those networks also assume they’re going to make most of their money from the cable bundle for many …

Why ‘one patient, one chart’ is still far off

The government is incentivizing doctors to begin using the electronic health record (EHR), but only about half of U.S. doctors have worked the EHR into their daily workflow.<p>All doctors will probably use the EHR eventually, but another problem awaits.<p>People see an average of 18 different doctors …

Everyone Loves This Story Of How An Autistic Kid Became Best Friends With Siri

The story of the relationship is the subject of a long piece in this week's New York Times Magazine.<p>Lots of people are talking about the story on Twitter.<p>Here are some tweets collected Techmeme:<p>Steve Jobs biographer Walt Isaacson tweeted, " This is why I love the New York Times."<br>• Derek Willis wrote, …

MasterCard And Zwipe Unveil Credit Card With Fingerprint Scanner

MasterCard partnered with Zwipe to create the world’s first credit card that combines biometric authentication and contactless payment technology. Financial institution Sparebanken DIN of Norway conducted a live pilot of the Zwipe MasterCard over the last few months.<p>For security purposes, the …

What you need to know about Google's battle with Oracle over Android

Two of the world's most powerful companies are engaged in a legal battle that has its roots in the world's most popular mobile operating system: Android. Google is playing defendant, while Oracle is laying claim to a crucial set of code in the foundation of Android. Doesn't ring any bells? That's …

This 23-Year-Old Makes $500,000 A Year On Twitter Tweeting Out Facts

What if you got paid to tweet?<p>No, we're not talking about handling a company's social media. We're talking big bucks, hundreds of thousands of …

Billionaire doctor wants to install a genome-analyzing supercomputer at a children’s hospital

The Phoenix Children’s Hospital in Arizona is about to get its own supercomputer for the purpose of performing whole genome analysis. The project, …

Hacker Group Lizard Squad Takes Down Destiny, Call of Duty, FIFA And More

It’s been over a full month since hacker collective ‘Lizard Squad’ rose to notoriety for taking down Sony's PlayStation Network, Xbox Live and other gaming servers, but above all else attracting the FBI’s attention for tweeting out a bomb threat to a Sony executive’s American Airlines flight, which …

'All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain': the 75 greatest movie quotes of all time

Today's university students are being sold a lie

Expanding higher education has led to too many useless universities, useless degrees and useless graduates, says Alex Proud<p>The recent bad economic news from Germany has our pundits in a frenzy. Having spent the last few years banging on about how we should be more like Germany, they’ve now found a …

This Woman's Revolutionary Idea Made Her A Billionaire — And Could Change Medicine

No more wondering to yourself, "Ah, how much more can they take before I pass out?"<p>Instead you might be able to walk into a Walgreens pharmacy for a reportedly painless fingerprick that will draw just a tiny drop of blood, thanks to Elizabeth Holmes, 30, the youngest woman and third-youngest …

Complete Ear Trainer – Indie app of the day

What is Complete Ear Trainer?<p>Complete Ear Trainer is an educational application for musicians. What it does is teach musicians to identify the notes they hear other musicians playing. Many can do this to an extent (we all know what G, C, and D chords sound like) but an app like this will help take …

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Why every founder should work for someone else in between startups

<i>Daria Shualy is Don Draper/product marketer at daPulse.</i><p>All entrepreneurs are serial entrepreneurs. It’s a personality trait, some might even call it a condition. Serial entrepreneurs don’t like to stop. They sell one startup (or more likely shut it down) and shortly after, they’re telling you how …

Military's Tiny Implant Could Give People Self-Healing Powers

If a tiny device could be implanted in your body to give you self-healing powers, would you want one?<p>That question is on many minds now that the Defense Department's Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has announced that just such a device is in the works: an electronic implant, injected via …