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The Ways Your Brain Manages Overload, and How to Improve Them

(Source: hbr.org)

Information overload affects everyone, and much attention is devoted to managing it. But what most people don’t realize is that your brain already employs numerous ways of coping with the deluge — it is constantly absorbing, integrating, connecting, storing, deleting, and recycling information. 1,030 more words

Money Matters

Save energy and get a nice warm Glow

(Source: www.stuff.tv)

When your house is lit up like Blackpool Tower it’s pretty easy to tell you’re wasting energy. But what if someone accidentally leaves the fridge door open? 104 more words


6 arrested for illegal gambling during raid on entertainment outlet

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: Five men and a woman aged between 28 and 38 were arrested on Wednesday (Aug 16) for their alleged involvement in providing remote gambling services, as well as taking part in remote gambling.  168 more words

Current Affairs

Hands-on: Google Camera with HDR+ on non-Google phones [Video]

(Source: 9to5google.com)

Back in the days of Nexus, Google phones were always criticized for having poor cameras, but all of that changed when the Pixel came out last year and soared near the top of smartphone camera rankings. 274 more words


Apple’s ARKit could be huge for virtual car showrooms and online sales

(Source: techcrunch.com)

Apple’s iOS 11 includes ARKit, developer tools that make it surprisingly easy to build great quality augmented reality experiences. This could have an impact in the automotive world, since it makes it a lot easier to bring virtual showroom experiences to potential car buyers and automakers via ordinary consumer devices. 227 more words


Here's the reason why these giant lego blocks are going viral

It’s official, you can successfully create a cool space while continuing to play like a kid. Thanks to Everblock Systems, you can now entertain yourself with… 98 more words


8 things you need to know about the Nokia 8

(Source: www.stuff.tv)

Because one Zeiss lens just isn’t enough, the Nokia 8 is packing three: two on the back and one on the front. That dual-cam setup around back uses two 13MP sensors, one colour and the other monochrome, with f/2.0 apertures that work together to add some extra oomph to your smartphone snaps. 153 more words