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Up close with Oakley Radar Pace, the wearable that may help you forget Google Glass

Wearing Google Glass was probably never cool, but that doesn’t mean eyewear can’t still be both intelligent and hip. At least that’s what sunglass …

Wearable Tech

These are the 5 biggest risks to a breakup of the European Union

It is simply not possible to maintain economic unity and a single monetary policy among a collection of states, each of which sets its own fiscal policies.<p>Europe's sovereign-debt crisis was the first sign that something was structurally wrong. Germany spent years loaning euros to poorer eurozone …

Europe

Is Digital Technology Making Us Any Better Off? One Prominent Economist Says No And He May Be Right

When Steve Jobs was trying to lure John Sculley from his lofty position as CEO at Pepsi to Apple, he asked him, “Do you want to sell sugar water for the rest of your life, or do you want to come with me and change the world?” The ploy worked and Sculley became the first major CEO of a conventional …

Innovation

'The Ultra Rich Asian Girls of Vancouver' help explain why China has a unique 1% problem

True, every nation has issues with income inequality. But rich-people problems in a communist country are different.<p>In this week's issue of The New Yorker, writer Jaiyang Fan gives us an in-depth look at one source of the trouble.<p>Fan profiles a number of the children of China's superrich who've …

China

China's currency devaluation is just getting started

The stark truth is nobody wants yuan anymore.<p>The U.S. dollar (USD) has gained over 35% against major currencies since 2011.<p>China's government has pegged its currency, the yuan (renminbi) to the USD for many years. Until mid-2005, the yuan was pegged at about 8.3 to the dollar. After numerous …

Stock Markets