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As seen on Mashable.com By: Yohana Desta  "Don't use your phone while it's charging," "don't leave it plugged in overnight" and "always let it die completely" — these are just a few popular myths about smartphone batteries. When it comes to battery life, there are many little rules for what you can and can't do with your smartphone....

As seen on WIRED.com By: Kyle Vanhemert [caption id="attachment_215" align="aligncenter" width="620"] Image Credit: Vessyl and WIRED[/caption] You’ve quantified yourself. Soon, you’ll be able to quantify your soda. Vessyl is an ordinary-seeming cup with a fairly extraordinary hidden feature: It always knows what’s inside of it. Using sensors built into its inner walls, it automatically analyzes the molecules of whatever...

As seen on BusinessInsider.com By: Michael B. Kelley Last year, a group of University of Pennsylvania researchers found an entirely different way to analyze human personality by analyzing Facebook status updates of 75,000 volunteers. Now there's an app that allows you to compare your Facebook personality with that of your friends and public figures. Consumer technology company Five built...

By: John Hutchins, Quantix Vice President, Client Services During the last four years, we’ve noticed a dramatic shift in the types of positions our client companies are asking us to fill – contract vs. direct hire positions. Based on conversations with friendly competitors, it appears that this shift has occurred throughout the IT employment sector. For...

As seen on Recode.net By: Liz Gannes Google has finally built its own car from scratch. And it looks like a gondola with wheels. The two-seater prototype vehicle is Google’s reimagination of what the modern automobile should look and feel like if you took the human out of the transportation equation and designed something solely to chauffeur passengers...