During the days and weeks since the first outbreak of coronavirus in the US, many of us have fled (or been ordered) indoors to escape the mounting realities of the pandemic. Our apartments became our havens.
Hong Kong (CNN Business) — In a full-page spread on March 2, 1979, the Los Angeles Times introduced its readers to Pinyin, a Chinese romanization system it said was changing the "familiar map of China."
Using nothing but everyday newspaper, expert paper artist Chie Hitotsuyama crafts realistic, exquisitely detailed sculptures of the animal kingdom. To create each creature, Hitotsuyama skillfully binds
In retailing, it is easy to observe rapid-fire changes in shoppers’ purchase behavior. A big sale sign brings people in to shop who otherwise would have walked by. A new more convenient or time saving
Parrot Analytics is on its second year of figuring out, and awarding, the most in-demand, top-streamed TV shows in the world. For this year’s Global TV Demand Awards, which were hosted by Carson Kressley
In-car technology better at keeping older drivers safer on roads than mass retesting, study suggests
The mass retesting of older drivers is less safe than simple in-car technology, a report has found. A review of global research, commissioned by the RAC Foundation, found that it is difficult to devise
After some much-admired short films, including the excellent Bafta-nominated Work, British film-maker Aneil Karia now makes a vehement, if flawed feature debut at the Sundance film festival. It’s a fierce,
As the U.S. closed its consulate in Wuhan and prepared to extract all its diplomats, Chinese President Xi Jinping warned Saturday of a "grave situation" in the rapid spread of the coronavirus that has
Is it the biggest new TV series, or a niche hit buoyed by questionable statistics? Is the show a confusing jumble that only a predisposed fan could love, or a bold new serving of fantasy that conjures