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Lisbon :: Portugal | 26 days ago

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LusoVU presents its new product, EyeSpeak, which will literally allow its users to talk with their eyes.  The system is based on Epson's BT200 smart glasses on which a microcamera, a microphone and a speaker will be integrated.

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 26 days ago

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The immensity of ambitious goals can distort your perspective to make them seem impossible to reach...Just get rid of them altogether--starting with your "to-do list." When you're caught in a rut of distortion and discouragement, exhausted from

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Washington :: DC :: USA | 26 days ago

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Ever wonder why children can so easily figure out how to work the TV remote? Or why they "totally get" apps on your smartphone faster than you? It turns out that young children may be more open-minded than adults when it comes to solving problems.

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Irvine :: CA :: USA | 26 days ago

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You know the ones the family members, the distant relatives, the coworkers who seem to have a story for everything, especially the stories they keep retelling. Each version of their tale seems to include a new detail, a different embellishment. It's

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Singapore :: Singapore | 27 days ago

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Tyrone Thompson, Staff Reporter More and more Jamaicans are coming up with unique ideas that could make life easier, but a shortage of financing is preventing them from moving their ideas into real projects. According to executive director of the

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 27 days ago

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Hot-hand fallacy is a belief that a person who has experienced success with a random event has a greater chance of further success in additional attempts...Humans have a well-documented tendency to see winning and losing streaks in situations that,

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Mexico City :: Mexico | 28 days ago

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Leslie Jamison explores 'how and why we relate to someone else's suffering'. Photograph: Brad Wilson/Getty Images What is the purpose of empathy? Why do we feel another's pain and what happens to us when we do? This debut collection of thought-

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Seoul :: South Korea | 29 days ago

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Mike Stone, CEO of MakersKit, was creative since the day he was born, according to a soothsayer his grandmother once took him to on a trip to South Korea...Beginning from an early age, Mike won numerous National and International Awards for Art and

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Freetown :: Sierra Leone | 29 days ago

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Rights groups accuse the government of forcing people off their land to make way for foreign investors. Photograph: Jenny Vaughan/AFP/Getty Images The land grabbed in some of the world's hungriest countries by foreign goverments and corporations

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Irvine :: CA :: USA | 30 days ago

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This Simple Habit Could Be the Secret to Increasing Creativity Keeping our creative juices flowing isn't about picking the perfect color on Photoshop or writing the wittiest line for your article. It's an essential component to innovation -- 

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