A Pew survey unpacked On Thursday, the Pew Research Center released a report titled “￼￼￼￼Teens, Technology, and Romantic Relationships.” This is the trifecta of things that media articles often cast as
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Why should entrepreneurs invest in the first place? The answer is: to have enough money to live on when we no longer can or wish to work.
Using a wireless communications system, researchers manipulate the SUV’s electronics Two computer-security researchers demonstrated they could take control of a moving Jeep Cherokee using the vehicle’s
1. Uber is reportedly bidding $3 billion to buy a Google Maps competitor, Nokia's Here. It's an interesting move considering Uber has traditionally not acquired companies, and Google is a giant investor
Rehabilitating with games is more fun, and it works better Of the 700,000 people who suffer from strokes every year in the United States, only 10 percent fully recover. The rehabilitation process can long
One year ago the World Health Organization officially declared there was an outbreak of Ebola across Guinea. The disease had already claimed dozens of lives and was on its way to neighbouring countries.
Whether your bookcase spans an entire wall or exists solely on your nightstand, where you house your books speaks volumes about... Watch us try out an old-school plastic toy that's been reinvented in wood.
Being rich may be a state of mind, but it’s also a factor of location. In the US, the amount you have to earn to be in the top 5% of earners in a city varies widely depending on where you live. In San
Wander the city in 2015 and all you’ll see is people staring at screens or talking on handsets. Is it changing who we are? Tom Chatfield weighs up the arguments. A group of people wait by a monument, of
As the airborne particles turn: Across the globe, dust (red-orange) is lifted from land, sea salt (blue) swirls up from oceans, soot (green and yellow) rises from fires and sulfur (white) streams from
Yesterday, the Federal Communications Commission voted to regulate access to the Internet as it would a public utility, under something called Title II of the Communications Act of 1934. Critics of the
To die, sometimes you need only believe you are ill, and as David Robson discovers, we can unwittingly ‘catch’ such fears, often with terrifying consequences. Beware the scaremongers. Like a witch doctor’s
The mental and physical benefits of airing your grievances In his 1964 book Games People Play, psychiatrist Eric Berne describes what he calls the “Yes, but” communication pattern: First, one person states
Euromonitor International recently released data on the most visited cities by international tourists in 2013, and Asian cities dominated the list. Hong Kong took the top spot, with over 25 million international
Many of us will experience a significant trauma in our lives, says Lesley Evans Ogden. Yet could there be ways to avoid reliving the memories? It was no ordinary honeymoon. After boarding their flight
Nick Hornby's last novel, "Juliet, Naked" (2009), felt like a culmination of a kind. Revolving around a reclusive rock star and the fans who will not let him rest, it was a callback to Hornby's early —
But can it work well enough to generate reliable leads? This winter, a biotechnology company began offering a whole new service to police departments. Virginia-based Parabon NanoLabs' Snapshot service
Maybe those of us who sit for long hours in meetings, on phone calls, and tapping away at keyboards should be getting hazard pay. New research that distills the findings of 47 studies concludes that those
(CNN) — Political unrest has plagued Yemen for years, and the entire Mideast has been in turmoil for decades, particularly since 2011's Arab Spring uprising. But on Tuesday, the situation in Yemen apparently
Hidden messages that promote products in films once caused a moral panic. But is the much-feared technique really effective? The BBC's Phil Tinline helped devise an experiment to find out. On 12 September,
From the editors of ELLEDecor.com, the most common interior design mistakes to avoid. 1) The Looks-Great, Feels-Uncomfortable Piece Of Furniture The decor world equivalent of the Stiletto heel: Beautiful,