Pilot is the world’s first language-translating earpiece

If you are afraid to find yourself in the awkward situation of trying to communicate in a foreign language, don't panic. The Pilot is the world's first language-translating earpiece. The in-ear device is tasked to translate speech like the Babel Fish in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, or the Universal Translator gadget in Star…
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Turn your multigenerational workforce into a productive team

Most employers are trying to attract both young professionals with the need to retain and hire older, more experienced workers. As a result, they have a workplace where they have employees of different generations ranging from 18 to 80. This has a big importance for employers in terms of managing the needs and expectations of all of…
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Work or sleep?

Many entrepreneurs boast that they do not sleep a lot, working 16 hours a day. It sounds as if the lack of sleep is a necessary component of success. Researchers suggest that the less you sleep, the lower results of IQ-tests you have. People working 16 hours a day, are exhausted and even don't notice…
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Xbox One S console comes without Kinect port, requires USB adapter

Xbox One S console is reportedly the first Xbox One model to ship without a Kinect port. While Xbox One S is compatible with Kinect, you’re going to need an adapter. According to the statement written by general manager of Xbox devices marketing Matt Lapsen, the Kinect is compatible with the slim Xbox One using…
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A glass of red wine has the same affect on the body as an hour at the gym

Research conducted by the University of Alberta in Canada has found that a glass of red wine is the equivalent to an hour at the gym. A compound found in red wine, called resveratrol, was seen to improve physical performance, heart function and muscle strength, have the same affect on the body as an hour at…
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Chewing loudly may help you shed pounds

A lot of people eat their food carefully, as they know that chewing loudly is annoying. Meantime, scientists from Brigham Young and Colorado State Universities had college students eat cookies in three different ways: as loudly as possible, normally, and as quietly as possible. After conducting two similar experiments, each using about 200 participants, the…
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Ambition makes you happier, says new research

According to a new study conducted at the University of California-Riverside, people with ambitious goals tend to be happier and more satisfied. Researchers compared people who set ambitious goals to those who set more conservative goals. The results showed that those with ambitious goals were happier in the “long run”. Ambitious goals make you feel a strong…
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