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What do firm leaders think will happen to marketing this year? To find out, I turned to CEOs who represent a variety of different industries and companies.
Turns out humanity's preferred method of making power and heat for the last million years—burning stuff—isn't the only way to extract energy from fossil fuels.
Razer's latest laptop, the Blade Pro is a beast of a machine, packing in desktop-class specifications into a laptop-sized chassis. Razer's subtle styling pairs up with a no compromise attitude to create what it hopes is one of the best gaming experiences on the planet.
They came from Colorado, they came from Arizona and they also came from the not-so-distant suburbs of Washington DC. Dozens of women wearing white lab coats joined the hundreds of thousands who descended on the National Mall Saturday for the Women's March on Washington.
BCG’s 11th Annual Survey underscores how the world’s most innovative companies have learned how to create entirely new business models faster than competitors, translating that speed into global scale. Two new entrants to BCG’s annual list, Uber and Airbnb, exemplify this trend.
The famous ocean-liner still intrigues, even after more than a century.
Here are a few things you should know about Domain Authority. I will teach you what it is and what your business should know to increase your online Domain Authority.
The HTC U Ultra does almost everything wrong, according to one analyst's point of view
The very reliable iPhone leaker says the next iPhone will have facial recognition system in place for unlocking your phone
We teach students about how logarithms work but not why we should care. Here's why.
One of the most magnificent geologic features in the world is the Ausangate mountain of the Peruvian Andes.
Laptop touch screens are a godsend for some, useless for others. Now we have Apple's Touch Bar. Which makes more practical sense?
Every conflict needs a referee, and a philosopher from BioLogos says it's time the age-old debate between science and religion got one, too.
The new exciting "hearable" promises abilities travelers have been dreaming about for ages.
No matter where you are in the Universe, you'll still have masses pulling on you. So how is 'zero gravity' possible?
You'd probably assume that the U.S. Army was being targeted by hackers. It's quite possible, then, that you'd be confused to find out that the Army actually invited hundreds of hackers to attack its systems... and even paid them to do it.
The digital transformation will never stop, but the leader of the transformation will most likely change from year to year. Here’s who should be in charge in 2017.
The idea of a ninth planet in our solar system hit the news big time a year ago. What have we learned since then, and why haven't we found it yet?
This week’s Apple Loop includes essential updates to the iPhone 8 hardware, the mysterious iPhone X, iOS 10.2.1 battery issues, Microsoft's challenge to Apple, updates to Outlook for iOS, how the AirPods promote luxury, App Store price increases, and a strategy guide for Super Mario Run.
This week’s Android Circuit includes Samsung's reveal of the Galaxy S8, the decision about the S8 launch date, Nokia sells out its new handset, thoughts on the Pixel 2 features, Android One's arrival in America, the history of Project Ara, and details on Super Mario Run's arrival on Android.