You may not realize it, but McDonald's has been on a tear recently. A change in strategy that has focused on all-day breakfast and innovative marketing has recently placed the stock at an all time high.
A giant carcass found washed up on a beach in Indonesia’s central Maluku province puzzled locals and authorities trying to identify the massive creature. The massive carcass was found on Hulung Beach Serum
Competition for graduate jobs has never been more fierce. With tuition fees at a whopping £9,250 a year at most universities and living costs representing financial sacrifices for many, students reasonably
Protesters rally in Budapest against a bill that could close a university founded by American billionaire George Soros. Tens of thousands rallied on Sunday in Hungary's capital, Budapest, in protest of
Two days after hitting a Syrian airbase to punish the Assad regime for a suspected chemical attack, the US is flexing its military muscle again – this time for the attention of North Korea. Amid growing
New system will ask Steam Explorers to find hidden gems In a bid to curb the tide of low-quality video games hitting Steam in recent years, Valve will ask users of its digital distribution platform to
Spigen is one of the first major accessory makers to start accepting orders for its new line of Galaxy S8 and S8+ cases guaranteed to fit Samsung’s new devices launching later this month following an introduction
Apple releases iOS 10.3.1 with bug fixes & improved security for iPhone & iPad, incl. 32-bit devices
Apple has just begun rolling out iOS 10.3.1 for iPhones and iPads. With Apple’s iOS 10.3 release we saw a lack of support for 32-bit devices, but that’s changed with today’s update. iOS 10.3.1 brings support
The White House has released the first official portrait of Melania Trump, published alongside a biography of the first lady and a list of her accomplishments. Mrs Trump, 46, a former model, adopts an
Google is soothing its agitated advertisers with more powerful AI tools. The search giant came under fire recently when top brands claimed ads were appearing on YouTube propaganda vids. Understandably
Charter now has to reach 2 million unserved homes The FCC has reworked one of the key requirements it put on Charter’s 2016 merger with Time Warner Cable and Bright House, governing where the massive company
Over 1 million Reddit users waged a virtual war to create this bizarre work of art with 16 million pixels
On Friday, Reddit unveiled Place, the latest in its streak of annual social experiments celebrating April Fools' Day. On Monday morning, Place came to an end. Here's how it went. Basically, Reddit Place
Its new influencer affiliate program lets YouTubers set up their own curated stores. Amazon's always kicked a few cents the way of its unpaid salespeople if they convince family and friends to purchase
Church backs sex education, as senior bishop says sexualisation of children means they can no longer be 'shielded'
The Church of England has backed sex education in schools, as one of its senior bishops and leading authority on education has said that the sexualisation of children means they can no longer be “shielded”.
Rise of fireblight: incurable disease which ravages apple and pear trees doubles in past year, RHS reveals
Mild weather has caused the doubling of outbreaks of an incurable disease which ravages apple and pear trees over the past 12 months. Bacterial plant diseases now rank among the worst problems experienced
Yahoo is punishing CEO Marissa Mayer and jettisoning its top lawyer for the mishandling of two security breaches that exposed the personal information of more than 1 billion users and already have cost
It's all about natural colors and balanced proportions. During my visit to LG's headquarters in South Korea a few weeks ago, one surprising thing I learned was that the G6's hero wallpaper -- the one a
Barack Obama is ready to return to frontline politics, according to Eric Holder, who served as attorney general in the former president’s administration. The suggestion will be welcome in a Democratic
When I was a kid, we were fascinated by the McDonald’s signs that declared how many people had eaten there. Five billion sold, 10 billion sold, and on and on, until the numbers went through the roof. on