Mark Wells

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Review: Samsung Galaxy S5

Sometime within the last couple of years, smartphones hit a wall. Make no mistake, they're still improving. But manufacturers are having to try a lot …

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Six Fixes For the Match Play

Photos: #WhyILoveThisGame

Social Media<p>Let's celebrate the reasons we love golf. Tag your pictures on Twitter and Instagram with #whyilovethisgame, and you'll be eligible to win a grand-prize trip to the 2015 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Thousands of photos have already been tagged, and here are our favorites (so far).

Jim McLean: Face Up To Short Putts

The one thing you have to get right<p>Webb Simpson's ability to keep the putterface dead-square on short putts really impresses me. Of course, he uses a belly putter, and that's designed to help you control the face. But Webb has another thing in his favor: He uses a cross-handed grip, which sets his …

How To Get Your CV To The Top Of The Pile

I have written in the past about the best way to get your covering letter noticed when it comes to applying for that dream job or promotion. This is …

Lenovo's Plans To Acquire IBM's X86 Server Business Could Be Its Best Strategic Decision Yet

It has been a little over three months since Lenovo and IBM agreed to an acquisition of IBM’s x86 (Intel-based) server business. I’ve held back writing on this because I first wanted to talk with many of IBM’s ecosystem partners, their competitors, IBM, and of course, Lenovo. After talking with …

This Is Big: Scientists Just Found Earth's First Cousin

Meet Kepler-186f, the closest thing to our planet ever discovered—and maybe our best shot at locating life elsewhere in the universe.<p>Right now, 500 light years away from Earth, there's a planet that looks a lot like our own. It is bathed in dim orangeish light, which at high noon is only as bright …