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When the show goes off air, these are the 20 looks we'll remember. AMC's Mad Men boasts one of the most striking, coherent artistic visions on television, thanks in large part to the rigorous creative
The brother of Karen Danczuk, wife of the Rochdale MP and self-proclaimed Queen of the Selfie, has denied repeatedly raping her The brother of Karen Danczuk has denied her claims that he repeatedly raped
A moving note by the late Star Trek actor Leonard Nimoy to a mixed-race teenager has resurfaced online An inspiring letter by Leonard Nimoy to a teenage victim of racism has resurfaced online. The moving
Being a small company has its upsides. You're fast and nimble, and you don't have any bureaucracy mucking up your ability to get things done. However, being big has one advantage: increased credibility
They have so much more potential than you think. Cramped quarters can feel claustrophobic, but a little strategic styling — and creative organization — will make your small space feel pretty close to (Okay,
IKEA unveils a new, modular kitchen system complete with appliances. If you’re interested in installing a new kitchen you might want to check out IKEA. The giant Swedish retailer has just redesigned its
Now is a critical time for small merchants to pay attention to the fraud prevention landscape. The U.S. is moving to a technology standard called EMV that will improve the security of in-store card payments.
Switzerland throws its hat into the smartwatch race Swiss watchmakers have laughed at the notion that the industry is in trouble due to the rise of smartwatches, and now we're getting a glimpse as to they
As I have written about a number of times, companies are seemingly trying to one-up each other with ridiculous 5G technology claims without any idea what 5G means since it has not even been defined yet.
ReadWriteDrive is an ongoing series covering the future of transportation. Every year, cars become a bigger deal at the annual Consumer Electronics Show. Demonstration of self-driving and game-like dashboard
Perhaps the biggest question still being asked about Samsung’s highly anticipated Galaxy S6 is just how big will it be? Now we appear to have the answers. French leak specialist Nowhereelse.fr has uncovered
Do you own a Motorola phone and wonder why some of your counterparts have Lollipop and you don't? Motorola is attempting to shed some light on the situation. In a blog post on Thursday, the company announced
Sponsor: ETheme Launcher [Price: Free] Our sponsor this week is ETheme Launcher. It is a launcher that boasts over 2000 themes, 200 fonts, a light feel, and more. It comes with a home screen set up to
Dell is going after Apple in promos for its new mobile workstation, following favorable reviews for its XPS product. For laptop reviewers, Dell has become the new yardstick for comparisons with Apple.
2015 is shaping up to be the year of the Internet of Things (IoT). According to a study conducted by Gartner, there will be approximately 4.9 billion connected devices in use in 2015. This number has 30
Clarifai, one startup with a service for recognizing things in images, today introduced a pretty nifty new capability. Now the startup can quickly point out the things that appear in videos. Startups this
That's certainly been the case at The Associated Press, America's oldest 24-hour news agency. AP produced roughly 3,000 articles on company earnings last quarter, 10X more than it used to, by using automated
Just because you have cellular service in the subway doesn't mean you have good service -- in many cases, your data goes in the dumps when your train ventures underground. That won't be a problem in Chicago
On the anniversary of the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster, BBC Future revisits a Horizon documentary that shows how the tragedy unfolded - and explores what Nasa learned in the aftermath. On 1 February