Author Archives: Taiwo Talabi

This laptop bag will charge all your devices

The ‘LAER’ is the laptop bag techies have been thirsty for for years. It charges all of your devices at once, so you can stay connected and stop stressing about that 10% battery alert.  Read more… More about Tech, Mashable Video, Tech, and Innovations Source link [wdi_feed id=”15″]

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3 Myths About Starting a Company in the Midwest

Indianapolis has historically had trouble shaking the “sleepy manufacturing town” image, much like neighboring cities Cincinnati and Cleveland. But, when Salesforce announced the $2.5-billion acquisition of Indianapolis-based ExactTarget in 2013, the business community began to reconsider the stereotype. Was innovation possible between the coasts? “The Midwest isn’t the black hole many believe it to be,” said Steve Hershberger, CEO of ...

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A sartorial scandal in French Parliament? The far-left members refuse to wear ties.

French far-left leader Jean-Luc Mélenchon attends the opening session of the National Assembly in Paris on June 27. (Francois Mori/AP) At the first meeting of the new French Parliament on Tuesday, there was a sartorial scandal: Male members of Parliament representing Jean-Luc Mélenchon’s far-left France Insoumise party turned up without ties. It was no mistake. For the party’s members, it was ...

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Autobiographical storytelling is bridging divides in Beirut

MARAM, an eloquent 14-year-old from Ain el-Hilweh, Lebanon’s largest Palestinian refugee camp, stood behind the microphone and began her story. After a minute she faltered, flushing as she turned to a lady in the front row for her hand-written notes. The audience burst into a round of spontaneous applause, calling out words of encouragement. One of five storytellers to speak ...

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David Duckenfield faces 95 Hillsborough manslaughter charges – BBC News

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionCrown Prosecution Service statement on Hillsborough Former Ch Supt David Duckenfield faces 95 charges of manslaughter and five other senior figures will be prosecuted over the 1989 Hillsborough disaster. Mr Duckenfield was match commander at the FA Cup semi-final when 96 Liverpool fans were fatally injured in a crush. Ex-South Yorkshire Police ...

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Looming legal fight creates fears over luxury phone maker Vertu’s survival

There are fears a looming legal fight between Vertu’s new and former owners may threaten the company’s survival, along with concerns bills and wages are not being paid correctly. The news comes after a controversial acquisition deal earlier this year. The post Looming legal fight creates fears over luxury phone maker Vertu’s survival appeared first on Digital Trends. Source link ...

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Pandora will stop service outside the US once again

Pandora is out Down Under.Image: Paul Sakuma/AP/REX/Shutterstock By Johnny Lieu2017-06-28 06:21:16 UTC Five years after relaunching in Australia and New Zealand, music streaming service Pandora is shutting up shop. Since 2012, the two countries were the only international outposts for Pandora, after the service shut off to international users in 2007 due to licensing issues. Listeners in Australia and New ...

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3 Lessons From Backstage at ABC's 'Funderdome,' a Pitch Competition Where the Audience Chooses the Winner

I’m a lucky guy. Earlier this year, I got to sneak off from my day job and hang out with 13 inventors on Mark Burnett’s latest television show, Steve Harvey’s Funderdome. It’s a show where contestants compete for seed funding from the audience — not from a panel of I-am-smarter-than-you investors who’ll take a cut of your business. This is ...

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3 Lessons Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Designers

Reader Resource Apply now to be an Entrepreneur 360™ company. Let us tell the world your success story. Get Started » Any successful entrepreneur knows that in order to get a new venture off the ground, it’s important to be a jack-of-all trades. The early-stage businesses I’ve worked with needed their leaders to be equally comfortable playing the role of ...

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American health care is a bad case of American exceptionalism

Want smart analysis of the most important news in your inbox every weekday along with other global reads, interesting ideas and opinions to know? Sign up for the Today’s WorldView newsletter. Washington has been consumed by a furious debate over the Senate’s recently unveiled health-care bill. The measure’s opponents — along with the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office — warn that, if ...

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