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Facebook Snooping on Job Candidates May Backfire for Employers:

It’s 2014, which means that Facebook will be 10 years old this February. Since the site launched it has become standard procedure for companies...

Facebook Snooping on Job Candidates May Backfire for Employers

It’s 2014, which means that Facebook will be 10 years old this February. Since the site launched it has become standard procedure for companies...

Memory Trick Increases Password Security

Passwords have steadfastly remained the primary way we prove our identity to the many Web sites and apps that have become integral to daily...

Why We Don’t Trust Technology Companies

Last October, T-Mobile made an astonishing announcement: from now on, when you travel internationally with a T-Mobile phone, you get free unlimited text messages...

The Myth of Executive Stress

It’s tough to be the boss. A recent Wall Street Journal article described the plight of one CEO who had to drag himself out...

7 Gadgets to Watch for in 2014 [Slide Show]

The coming year will surely include no shortage of new smartphones, tablets and other mainstream gadgets now entrenched in the consumer market. Some will...

Sleep’s Role in Obesity, Schizophrenia, Diabetes…Everything

Is sleep good for everything? Scientists hate giving unqualified answers. But the more sleep researchers look, the more the answer seems to be tending...

Negative Emotions Are Key to Well-Being

A client sits before me, seeking help untangling his relationship problems. As a psychotherapist, I strive to be warm, nonjudgmental and encouraging. I am...

Is God Dying?

Since the early 20th century, with the rise of mass secular education and the diffusion of scientific knowledge through popular media, predictions of the...

The Internet Has Become the External Hard Drive for Our Memories

A couple receives an invitation to a birthday party. Through long experience, each intuitively knows what to do next. One partner figures out whether...