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The Best of Romantic Ireland

With castles and legends, Old World hospitality and indulgent experiences, epic scenery and fairy trees, Ireland is a world of romantic mystique.<p>Here are some of the key highlights from around the Emerald Isle:<p><b>> Ardmore and Environs</b> (County Waterford)<p>Quiet Ardmore offers jaw-dropping sea views, …

A perfect day in San Francisco

Although a single day might not seem like much elsewhere, it's enough time to make a scene and make a difference in San Francisco. This boomtown knows how to get things done, from gay rights to social media startups, and in just one perfect day by the San Francisco bay, you can wax poetic in North …

Expert guide to Bath

If you heed just one piece of advice from this guide, let it be this: stay in Bath Sundays to Thursdays.<p>On those nights, accommodation tends to be much cheaper than on Fridays and Saturdays, and there should be no problem securing a single-night booking – most Bath hotels and b&bs insist on a …

National Trust

800 years of English history in 20 easy trips

<b>1215</b><p><b>Magna Carta, Lincoln</b><br>Lincoln Cathedral is where Archbishop of Canterbury Stephen Langton studied as a young cleric. He played a major role in building concepts of a just monarchy into the historic charter, which attempted to settle the bitter feud between the tyrannical King John and his nobles. …

England

The free version of OneNote 2013 for Windows now has no feature restrictions

Microsoft’s note-taking app is becoming better, if you’re a free user.<p>Nearly a year ago, Microsoft made OneNote 2013 free for Mac and Windows, but on Windows certain features were only available on the full app included with the Office Suite. These are now enabled for everyone – there is no longer …

The revolution wasn't televised: The early days of YouTube

A decade ago, Netflix meant DVDs by mail, video referred to TV and the Internet meant simple text and pictures.<p>All that changed in about 20 months. …

Internet

Apple's former CEO says Samsung's marketing might just can't match Apple

John Sculley may have been the one who pushed out Steve Jobs from Apple, but he also ushered in one of the most famous commercials. Sculley talks to CNET about Samsung's marketing efforts, Apple Watch, Tim Cook and more.<p>Thirty-one years after he helped oversee the iconic 1984 Macintosh ad, former …

It Takes Two to Tango: Instagram Account Brings Photographers Together

Photography is rarely a team sport. However, Daniella Zalcman and Danny Ghitis have managed to turn it into one.<p>Two years ago they were living over …

From glamorous to ordinary, Vivian Maier’s street photography captured America’s mid-century urban life

Not perhaps since Emily Dickinson’s poetry came to light over a century ago, has a posthumously discovered body of artistic work stirred the kind of …

Fantastic Fine Art Photography by Zachary Snellenberger

Locations you will crave to be with your beloved or even all alone, after looking at these breathtaking photographs by Zachary Snellenberger. Yes, …

Framing New Atlanta: Photographer Cam Kirk Captures the City's Rap Scene Before It Happens

The eye of Atlanta has captured Young Thug, Migos, Rich Homie Quan, iLoveMakonnen, and pretty much every other single rapper you love turning up to.<p>2014 was, like every year over the past decade or so, another step forward in Atlanta hip-hop's perpetual evolution. Thanks to the full-stop ascendance …

One of Poland's leading presidential candidates just vowed for better ties with Russia

Magdalena Ogorek told a convention of the Democratic Left Alliance that Poland cannot afford to continue being described as "enemy No. 1" in the Russian media.<p>Poland's center-right government, which includes communist-era dissidents, has been one of Europe's most vocal critics of Putin's actions in …

ISIS 'Plans More Burnings' As 17 Orange-Clad Captives Seen In Cages

Harrowing pictures have emerged which appear to show captured Kurdish fighters paraded in cages by Islamic State militants through the streets of …

One dead in shooting at Danish meeting with artist who drew Mohammad

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Police shot dead a 22-year-old Danish-born gunman on Sunday after he killed two people at a Copenhagen synagogue and an event promoting free speech in actions possibly inspired by an attack on the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, authorities said.<p>Spy chief Jens Madsen …

Emily Brothers, Labour Candidate, Didn't Want To Wait For The Press To Out Her As Transgender

If those who selected Emily Brothers to run as Labour’s parliamentary candidate for Sutton and Cheam in May thought the biggest challenges in her …

¿Qué? Siri destroys Cortana and Google Now on language accuracy

Nike+ FuelBand iPhone app adds HealthKit integration, no longer requires a band

Nike today released a long-awaited update to its FuelBand app for iPhone users with the fitness tracking FuelBand wearable adding support for sharing NikeFuel points with Apple’s Health app on iOS 8. The update also adds support for motion tracking right from the iPhone for iPhone 5s users and up …

Dementia hits women hardest – study

Women are bearing the brunt of the dementia epidemic that is spreading through Britain. A study by Alzheimer’s Research UK reveals that the condition has not only become the leading cause of death among British women but that women are far more likely to end up as carers of sufferers than men – …

Dementia

Nat Geo Photographers Win World Press Photo Awards

Anand Varma, Peter Muller, Christian Ziegler, and Ami Vitale are among the photographers recognized by the World Press Awards.

Nature

Subtle malware lets hackers swipe over $300 million from banks

It's no secret that hackers see banks as prime targets, but one band of digital thieves is conducting heists on a truly grand scale. Security researchers at Kaspersky have published details of malware attacks that have stolen at least $300 million from financial institutions in 30 countries. The …

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