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Researchers create a headset to turn your jaw into a tiny power plant

We’re no strangers to projects that try to capture the power of the human body, but here’s one with a peculiar twist. A pair of researchers from Montreal’s École de Technologie Supérieure have cooked up a headset that, while extremely… 10 more words

Deepak Verma

¿Será 2015 el año de las smartglasses?

El próximo año, el año 2015, sea probablemente el año clave para las smartglasses, un concepto de dispositivo que no termina de encajar en el mercado, tal cual ocurrió con el… 953 more words

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12 Helpful Tools for Every Step of Building a Mobile Application

You cannot build a mobile app in isolation using just the native developer kit. Building an app requires that you have the right tools to deliver efficiently on every aspect of its life cycle. 663 more words

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6 Secrets to Millennials’ Workplace Happiness

You might have heard some rumors about millennial workers: They’re entitled, lazy and always looking for a pat on the head
Take these assumptions with a grain of salt: Millennials are the future, and it’s impossible to paint an entire generation with one single swipe of the paintbrush… 13 more words

Deepak Verma

Mosaic Ventures Launches In Europe With $140M Fund Aimed At Series A

“We need density in the cluster!” as an entrepreneur raising a Series A round in London said to me only last week. Her frustration was born of the fact that while many VCs have headed towards seed investing, and some have raised later-stage Growth funds, the fabled Series A has become a gradually r… 13 more words

Deepak Verma

EE scoops up 58 Phones4u stores

When Phones4u entered administration, it immediately shut all of its doors and put thousands of employees on notice. It didn’t take long for Dixons Carphone to secure 800 positions, with Vodafone sweeping in shortly after to buy 140 Phones4u stores… 10 more words

Deepak Verma

Australian Comedian Becomes Unlikely Superstar in South Korea

SYDNEY — An Australian comedian is so popular in South Korea you can’t turn on the television without hearing his name, yet most Australians have never heard of him. 33 more words

Deepak Verma