China's economy is looking very shaky these days, creating potential trouble for all sorts of major companies. China is the world's biggest smartphone market thanks to millions of new customers, who purchased their first phones in the last few years. Show More Summary
The Washington Post's "Wonkblog" features "What it’s like to be a part of the world’s richest 1 percent, in 15 incredible photos." One of them has a striking infinity pool very high in the sky, goddamnit! Another employs two maids to...Show More Summary
By Amy Marturana for Well+GOOD Maybe the biggest recent revolution in the nutrition world has been the shift from thinking of fat as public enemy number one, to recognizing that sugar is the real culprit -- implicated in everything from chronic inflammation to high cholesterol. Show More Summary
On the eve of the Belgian Grand Prix, Ferrari announced that Kimi Raikkonen would remain with the team for the 2016 Formula One season. The team's decision to retain the 2007 world champion, despite his generally substandard performances...Show More Summary
DC Bombshells has quickly become one of the most pleasant surprises in DC’s lineup, taking a ’40s pin-up-inspired concept and using it to create a captivating World War II-era story spotlighting DC’s female characters. The first issue...Show More Summary
Peabody Institute in Baltimore has announced the retirement of Gustav Meier, one of the world’s most sought-after conducting teachers. He will be succeeded by a former pupil, the Baltimore Symphony music director, Marin Alsop.
Remember Geocities? No? Well you're about to. It's hard to believe, but at one point, Geocities was the third most visited website in the world (behind AOL and Yahoo!) before meeting its demise in 2009. Consisting of 38 million pages, everyday people built these personal sites on their desktop PCs long before the rise of blogging platforms or social networks. Read Full Story
Microsoft’s new HoloLens project has shown the tech world where the future of augmented reality might lead, and according to one Wall Street analysts, Apple is already making moves to catch up wtih its own AR product. Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster reports that Apple has poached the lead Hololens Audio Engineer at Microsoft, Nick […]
When it comes to making famous people put themselves through strenuous tasks in the name of ?survival,? Bear Grylls just don?t give a flip. And he will host one of the most famous people in the world soon, as President Barack Obama will join him for Running Wild later this year.Click To Continue Reading
The creators of Knock Knock have one big goal: make the world a less awkward place. To do that, they’ve come up with a clever new app that allows you to remember the names of the people you’re with and where you met all with just two simple knocks on your phone screen. Related: 80%... Read more »
It would take 1500 high-definition television screens to display just one image from the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope's high-resolution camera. The US Department of Energy has approved the start of construction for a 3.2-gigapixel digital camera—the world’s largest—at the heart of the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope. Show More Summary
ISIS militants detonated explosives around one of the most important structures in the world, according to an eyewitness.
Will Smith is coming back to theaters in December with a movie destined to rock the sports world. Will Smith stars in Concussion, taking on football’s greatest open secret. One of the most popular and lucrative sports in America will see a major issue regarding the health of its players get confronted by the iconic... Show More Summary
Merl Reagle had the soul of a copy editor and the style of a stand-up comedian. During his too-short life he was both of those and much more: musician, songwriter, author, and one of the world’s great puzzle masters. If you love crosswords – not cross words – send up a prayer of thanks to Merl. My friend Merl died suddenly last week at the age of 65. Show More Summary
The man was practically a brand name all by himself, and one of the most influential voices to ever come to a single cinematic genre. Wesley Earl Craven gave the world such films as the Nightmare on Elm Street series, Swamp Thing, The Hills Have Eyes, and all four Scream films. Show More Summary
How do you survive when you're just one soldier taking on the world? Carefully. Very carefully. Building an army might be a crucial component in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, but your visits to the battlefield are almost always a solitary affair. Show More Summary
Just two weeks after Michael Sam walked away from football to "refocus" -- he's resurfaced at several bars... including one of the hottest clubs in West Hollywood... TMZ Sports has learned. Sam hit up the world famous Abbey on Friday night…
A friend shared this quote with me the other day: "I get up every morning determined to both change the world and have one hell of a good time. Sometimes this makes planning my day difficult." (E.B. White) While living a present-focused...Show More Summary
It's a big Day One at the US Open.
With Google being one of the largest and most popular search engines in the world, it is easy to see how tempting it would be for the company to produce search results that would favor them, like lead them back to the company’s own products or services, and so on. Show More Summary