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The Next Big Thing: Embeddable Tech?

entrepreneur.com — "I love the idea of actually embedding technology in my body." That's what tech enthusiast Veronica Belmont says. "I love the idea of being able to take all of our technology with us." From smartwatches to health-tracking wristbands and beyond, the market for wearble tech is heating up.

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entrepreneur.com — The following is the seventh article in the series, " Content Marketing Like the Big Brands ," in which marketing master Jim Joseph discusses ways that small to medium businesses can create compelling content for their customers to generate breakthrough business results.
Whenever @JimJosephExp creates content for his brand or clients, he keeps the 3 C’s of content marketing in mind. entrepreneur.com/article/233262

Think Samsung's Fingerprint Scanner Is Foolproof? Think Again.

entrepreneur.com — Despite their ongoing court battles, it turns out Apple and Samsung do have something in common after all. German researchers successfully spoofed the fingerprint scanner on Samsung's new Galaxy S5 smartphone using the same technique employed to fool the Apple iPhone 5S scanner last year.

4 Qualities of People With Autism That Could Benefit Your Business

entrepreneur.com — Image credit: Shutterstock The Israeli Defense Force's Satellite Intelligence Unit 9900 assigns autistic soldiers to monitor electronic combat maps for even the minutest changes. Their rare ability to focus for hours on end provides better results than non-autistic soldiers. Software powerhouse SAP is actively searching for people with autism for jobs that require high attention to detail such as software testing.

This VC Powerhouse Doesn't Want to Hear Your Elevator Pitch

entrepreneur.com — Attention entrepreneurs looking to "wow" Ben Horowitz-he's not interested in your perfect elevator pitch. In fact, he says that big ideas don't come in perfect packages. "We're not really looking for great ideas," Horowitz says. "We are looking for really good ideas that look like really bad ideas."

With GM's Massive Recall, Is Corporate Culture to Blame?

entrepreneur.com — I've been carefully watching General Motors navigate its way through its current recall of 2.6 million cars due to defective ignition switches. How could a company take a decade to implement a recall, one linked to several deaths?