You'll want to whip these up every chance you get. A summer picnic, potluck, or barbecue — these easy pasta salads will be your go-tos. And watch it be the first bowl to go empty. They're packed with colorful
Religion itself thrives in places where liberal individualism fails. That’s the real clash of civilisations The so-called “masters of suspicion”, Nietzsche, Marx and Freud, all thought that religion would
"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" pit the legendary Dark Knight against the Man of Steel in March, and now we have another big superhero showdown in "Captain America: Civil War." While the two films
And why you always will. We're geniuses in the shower. Groundbreaking ideas (or just like, really cool thoughts) come to us mid-scrub. We are not, unfortunately, geniuses in front of our computers at office.
Hackers have stolen login data for more than seven million members of the Minecraft site Lifeboat. Lifeboat lets members run servers for customised, multiplayer maps for the smartphone edition of Minecraft.
Almost everyone can agree that big data has taken the business world by storm, but what’s next? Will data continue to grow? What technologies will develop around it? Or will big data become a relic as
WSJ corroborates earlier reports: Apple working on stronger iCloud encryption, balancing privacy against user experience
The Wall Street Journal is corroborating several reports from February that Apple is working on new iCloud backup encryption methods that will prevent it from being able to decrypt data without a passcode.
While Apple and the FBI battle in court over an encrypted iPhone in San Bernardino, another judge across the country has dealt a significant blow to the government’s case there. U.S. Magistrate Judge Orenstein
MyShake app may not bring all the boys to the yard, but it may save your life one day. Or at least it may serve as a great way to track and alert people when a significant earthquake hits your area. The
On the 15th anniversary of the day he stepped down as Microsoft's CEO, here's what makes him an extraordinary leader. It was 15 years ago today that Bill Gates stepped down as CEO of Microsoft. While stayed
Microsoft issued a statement to Channel Economics confirming that the company would announce on Friday that the chargers were being recalled. Business Insider has independently verified that the recall
Around 46% of all items sold on Amazon come from third-party merchants, according to the company, which is up by 5% since January 2015. Selling Coach is part of the Amazon Seller app which is given to
In a note published on Tuesday, market-research firm FBR Capital Markets predicted Azure will reach an annual run-rate trajectory of $8 billion-plus in 2016. That's about the same run rate as AWS this