Arjen Robben joins list of top 9 football divers of all time, but where does he rank compared to the others?
Dutchman wins his side a soft penalty to win his side the World Cup last-16 encounter, but where does he rank in the all-time fake tumblers' list? Arjen Robben may be a most excellent footballer, but prematurely
How strong is your core? Find out with this ultimate ab challenge Ripped abs are reason enough to add some core moves to your routine. But a strong torso can also give you the foundation you need to lift
If you want to get leaner than lean, every bite counts At a fitness conference last Spring, I joined some friends for breakfast. It was a normal breakfast up until the moment Spencer Nadolsky, D.O., pulled
Millions could be affected Apple has announced a "replacement program" for European iPhone adapters sold between October 2009 and September 2012 after discovering they may overheat and pose a safety risk.
Australians have long been famed for their rich and varied vocabulary of slang expressions, but experts say a new generation of Australians is coining fewer of them and borrowing more from abroad. Australians
I have watched more salespeople and companies pitch their ideas over the years than I care to count. And during thousands of interviews with consumers about how they use different products and services
With smartphone theft on the rise, we need remote-wipe features more than ever On an otherwise ordinary Saturday, someone grabbed Kristine Swartz’s iPhone from her gym locker. At first she was annoyed—phones
A fleet of 104 quarter-sized satellites hit a deployment snag in space. The plan was to launch a cloud of tiny satellites into space, each one no bigger than a quarter, and scatter them like spare change
F.lux! If you haven’t heard of it, be warned: once you get used to f.lux, you’ll probably find yourself annoyed whenever you use a computer that doesn’t have it. The theory behind f.lux: your body’s internal