The new S8 and S8 Plus aren't perfect, but they are damn close People "aren’t excited by new phones anymore." That’s the first thing Samsung’s product manager said to me before introducing the company’s
Flipboard is following the launch of its “smart magazines” by boosting the role of videos. It’s not that videos were totally absent from the news app before this, but they usually showed up as an accompaniment
Apple might be months away from unveiling its next-generation iPhone but the rumor mill is already in full swing. The company is gearing up to introduce its refreshed line of iPhones, including an all-new
Emma Morano, the world’s oldest person, has died at the age of 117, after a life that has spanned three centuries. Mrs Morano was born in November 1899, when Britain was at war with the Boers in South
SALINAS, Calif. — This vast and fertile valley is often called the salad bowl of the nation for the countless heads of lettuce growing across its floor. Now California’s marijuana industry is laying claim
The retail giant is expanding into the physical world with a series of trials in its home town. First came a book shop, but the real prize is in grocery The buzz of a text message heralds the latest offer
West Palm Beach, Florida (CNN) — President Donald Trump suggested Sunday that his about-face on labeling China a currency manipulator was a strategic move meant to entice the country's cooperation on Korea.
On April 21, customers will get their hands on the Galaxy S8, Samsung's first flagship phone since the embarrassing Galaxy Note 7 debacle that damaged the company's reputation and wiped about $17 billion
• Easter in the United States is widely associated with bunnies, candy, and flowers. • Many of those symbols have ancient origins. • But the idea that Easter's name derives from a pagan goddess is likely
International affairs dominated this week as tensions rose throughout the world. The U.S. dropped the “mother of all bombs” on ISIS caves in Afghanistan and North Korea continued to test its missiles.