Evan Ma

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Marshall's wireless headphones rock all night (and day) long

​When will these headphones die? That's what I'm thinking two days after switching on Marshall's $150 wireless Major II. The box clearly states "30 hours of playback," but it is a humble fib. It breezed past the 30-hour mark, well, hours ago. If it carries on much longer, it'll reach a second …

Donald Trump in New York: Deep Roots, but Little Influence

It is impossible to miss when you fly into New York City and spot the golf course in the shadow of the Whitestone Bridge. It is hard to avoid when you stroll along Fifth Avenue, or venture past the skating rink or carousel in Central Park. And it is there in bright lights, no less, when you pass …

How Sweden became the startup capital of Europe

Stockholm is the second most prolific tech hub in the world on a per capita basis, behind Silicon Valley. How did that happen and where does it go from here?<p>When Apple, the Silicon Valley veteran that revolutionised the music industry by unbundling the physical album and allowing individual digital …

Scientists put cameras on sharks — and found something surprising

Previously, scientists assumed that sharks were negatively buoyant (meaning they have a natural tendency to sink) or neutrally buoyant (meaning their buoyancy is canceled out by their weight in the water).<p>Now, by combing through photos and data captured by the swimming sharks, researchers have …

Sharks

Change comes from awareness – not willpower

“If self-improvement worked, it would have by now. Getting where you want to be has everything to do with awareness, and nothing to do with …

Will Power

You won’t believe what the smarter robot is reading these days…

AI techies have discovered that the distinctive structure of the Mail Online is ideal for teaching machines intuitive language skills. Should we be worried?<p>I never thought I’d find myself writing this, but the <i>Daily Mail</i> has finally done something useful for society. Mind you, it’s done it …