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'Responsible' most overused word of 2013

Have you used the word responsible to describe yourself on your Linkedin profile? So have millions of others according to a new report by LinkedIn. The networking site has trawled through the 259 million profiles registered to find out the most overused words of the year.

Using the telephone makes workers ‘nervous’

A survey of 2,500 office workers revealed the popularity of email with 94% saying that they prefer email to speaking on the telephone. More than a quarter (28%) of all employees said that telephone conversations make them anxious, increasing to almost 40% in the 18-24 year olds. One in twenty under 24 year olds said that speaking on the telephone ‘terrifies’ them.

Google Glass, the next challenge for the workplace?

Google glass is the next step in portable computing and is set to free users from desktop computers and portable devices like smartphones and tablets. Information is displayed right in front of your eyes removing the need to take your phone from your pocket to take a photo or read a message.

Anyone can be Superman with Wi-Fi X-ray vision

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory are working on a new ways to utilise Wi-Fi that will allow anyone to have X-ray vision.

The new commute: a floating tube at the speed of sound?

Paypal Founder unveils plans for near-supersonic “Hyperloop”. The plan floated by the Entrepreneur Elon Musk would link Los Angeles and San Francisco in 30 minutes. The same journey takes one by hour plane and almost six by car.

UK online businesses are not adapting

The Barclays Online Business Outlook 2013 found digital companies in the UK are not taking advantage of the increasing popularity of mobile devices, according to a study released this week

Heineken – The Candidate - throwing out the interview rules

How do you find the right talent if all interviews are the same? Heineken started a new trend for ‘extreme interviewing’ when hiring its new intern in the company’s Events and Sponsorship department.

Lawyers at top firm told to be punctual or else

An email from a British partner at an international law firm that demanded top lawyers in his Shanghai office be punctual has gone viral after the email was leaked to a legal blog.

Conservatives to push for abolition of retirement age?

The Conservative Party could plan for the end of "a single retirement age" in its manifesto for the 2015 general election, says a report in this week’s Sunday Telegraph (Sunday 6 January 2013).