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The Apple Watch Can Be A Sixth Sense

The world around us is screaming with signals our original five senses don’t detect. Unlike some snakes, we can’t sense infrared with our naked eyes and unlike ducks and geese, we don’t have a native intuition for magnetic fields. But we’ve got pretty incredible brains, which we’ve used to craft ways to augment our five basic senses

 
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How the Big 4 Social Platforms Differ: Members vs. Visitors

Facebook has the most global members of any social network, but YouTube has the most monthly visitors, according to a recent report from Global Web Index. The report was based on data from Global Web Index’s panel of Internet users age 16-64 from 31 countries (China excluded). Panelists were asked about their habits on four

 
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Chinese companies now sell 40 percent of all smartphones as overall global sales rise 25.9 percent

In case there was any doubt, China can now make a strong claim to being the center of the mobile revolution. Chinese companies accounted for almost 40 percent of all smartphone sales in 2014 and occupy six of the top 10 spots for number of units sold, according to a new report from TrendForce. “2014 was definitely an impressive year

 
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China’s Christmas present to Google? Blocking Gmail

Gmail has been completely blocked in China, following six months of disruption by government censors. Google’s Transparency Report reveals Gmail traffic in China dropping like a stone on December 25th. Source - Read More: thenextweb.com

 
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Will Telecommuting Replace the Office? How Technology Is Shaping the Workplace [Infographic]

Telecommuting has been on the rise since technology made it possible. In 1980, only 2.3% of U.S. workers telecommuted every day; today, 24% of U.S. workers telecommute at least some of the time.And it isn’t just the U.S. seeing these changes: Telecommuting is on the rise in China, India, the U.K., France, Germany, and other countries

 
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