Successful people start before they feel ready

Successful people start before they feel ready

James Clear writes about using behavioral science to master your habits and improve your health. His free guide, Transform Your Habits, has been downloaded more than 80,000 times. This post originally appeared on his blog. In 1966, a dyslexic sixteen-year-old boy dropped out of school. With the help of a friend, he started a magazine for students and […]

6 ways an empathy map can help you craft winning headlines

6 ways an empathy map can help you craft winning headlines

Demian Farnworth is the Chief Copywriter for Copyblogger Media. This article originally appeared on the Mention blog. We all have our pet formulas. The go-to sources we love for great headline ideas. For some it’s a swipe file full of head-turning advertising headlines. For others it’s scanning the headlines of their favorite magazines. Still others work […]

If We Build IoT, They Will Come. Right?

If We Build IoT, They Will Come. Right?

Editor’s note: Jim Hunter is chief scientist and Nate Williams is the executive vice president of Emerging Business at Greenwave Systems. Williams is also an adviser for the Internet of Things Consortium. It looks like this IoT trend is starting to catch on with the developer community. At least, that’s a conclusion one could draw from the […]

Raspberry Pi Microcomputer Still Selling Like Hot Cakes

Raspberry Pi Microcomputer Still Selling Like Hot Cakes

The UK designed Raspberry Pi microcomputer, which has triggered all sorts of creative single board computing projects — most recently being repurposed as the heart of a DIY computer designed to help kids learn to code — continues to sell in far greater quantities than its creators ever imagined. Sales of low cost, open source microcomputer have […]

Snowden Attacks “Anything Goes” Privacy Intrusions Of British Spy Agencies

Snowden Attacks “Anything Goes” Privacy Intrusions Of British Spy Agencies

In what amounts to a wake up call directed at a British public generally considered apathetic on privacy issues, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has warned that U.K. spy agencies are using digital technology to conduct mass population surveillance without any checks and balances at all — overreaching and encroaching on privacy rights in a way that he characterized as even […]

Facebook’s Anonymous App Could Kill Trolls With Secret Identity

Facebook’s Anonymous App Could Kill Trolls With Secret Identity

Wack-a-mole. That’s what it’s usually like fighting trolls, bullies, and spammers in anonymous communities. Ban them and they just start new accounts. That’s why the fact that Facebook knows who you really are could be the key to its upcoming anonymous app. You could stay anonymous to other users, but Facebook login on the backend […]

Google Adds European Search De-Listing Requests To Its Transparency Report

Google Adds European Search De-Listing Requests To Its Transparency Report

Google has published some new details about the search index de-listing requests it’s receiving in Europe. The information is being put online in a new section of its Transparency Report where it also details link removal requests it fields from governments and courts, and also copyright requests — the latter forming the vast majority of Google link removal requests. The new […]

VIDEO: Can an app be built in 15 minutes?

One app company claims it can drastically reduce the coding time needed to develop a mobile app to 15 minutes. Kinetise says its app-building software uses drag and drop functionality to allow simultaneous publishing to the five most popular app platforms, including Android and iOS. But is the $1,000 app really worth it? The BBC’s […]

Google launches ‘Camel Cam’ in UAE

Google launches ‘Camel Cam’ in UAE

Most of us have seen one of these at some point… But you’ve probably never seen one of these… Yep, that’s right. Google Street View has evolved into “Camel Cam”. The trial in the United Arab Emirates’ Liwa Desert has made it possible for each and every one of us to carry out a virtual […]

New Tube train designs unveiled

New Tube train designs unveiled

9 October 2014 Last updated at 14:56 Please turn on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. New Tube trains planned for London Designs for 250 London Underground (LU) trains have been unveiled as part of an upgrade which could cost about £16bn. The trains will be installed on the Piccadilly, Central, Waterloo City and Bakerloo […]

Matt Smith in latest nude photo leak

Matt Smith in latest nude photo leak

Former Doctor Who star Matt Smith and his ex-girlfriend Daisy Lowe seem to be the latest victims of a naked photo leak online. On a site, which we’re choosing not to name, 18 pictures were posted under the title “Daisy Lowe Leaked Nude”. They appear to show the pair posing in the mirror of a […]

Britons seek ‘right to be forgotten’

Britons seek ‘right to be forgotten’

12 October 2014 Last updated at 06:18 One in 10 requests for web links to be removed from search results under European “right to be forgotten” laws have come from the UK, Google has said. Google said it had removed 498,737 links from search results since May this year – including 63,616 pages following requests […]

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