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The 15 Apple Watch apps you need to download first, according to Apple

The Apple Watch App Store houses more than 3,000 apps, but Apple has narrowed it down to a few apps that it views as top-notch. BuzzFeed News published the list just as the Apple Watch App Store opened for the first time.<p>Many of the apps are popular social media apps we already use on our phones, …

The Science of Happiness

What makes you happy?<p>This question is not as easy as it might seem.<p>According to Shawn Achor in the Happiness Advantage, most Americans find free time harder to enjoy than work. Yes, you read that right. <b>It's easier for most of us to be successful than to be happy.</b><p>Why do we have a hard time enjoying …


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2015 New York Auto Show recap

Our Full Roundup Of Coverage From The Big Apple<p>It's been a thoroughly packed week here in New York, with huge debuts and important announcements that started way back on Sunday. But it wouldn't feel right if we didn't recap all of the New York Auto Show happenings, so here's all the good stuff, …

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Dozens killed in Yemen dairy plant blast

Dozens of civilians are reported to have died after a dairy plant was bombed in Yemen, as aid groups warned of a brewing humanitarian crisis from Saudi-led strikes on Shia rebels.<p>Riyadh Yassin, the Yemeni foreign minister, called for the coalition to send ground troops, saying that “at some stage …

Europe is getting ready to throw the book at Google, which could end up with a $6 billion fine

The EU has been investigating Google for several years, but now the region's top antitrust authority, the European Commission, has been asking companies who filed confidential complaints against Google for permission to publish those complaints.<p>The Commission could end up fining Google up to 10% of …

Apple Looking for TV Networks to Bear Streaming Costs for Upcoming TV Service

For its upcoming streaming TV service, Apple is asking its content partners to take on the job of streaming television shows and movies to its customers, reports <i>Re/code</i>. Rather than hosting streaming content itself, Apple is requesting that its partners build out the necessary infrastructure and …