Held every four years, the FIFA World Cup remains the biggest showpiece sporting event across the globe, and next summer's tournament in Brazil is shaping up to be just as extravagant as those that have
"If you keep going up and up, the world becomes quite circular and alien. You see the world quite literally as a planet." Photographer Michael Light divides his time between San Francisco and a remote
Over a year after Nike broke ground with their dead-simple FuelBand, it’s issued a second-generation model that tasks the user with correcting its shortcomings. Out of the box, Nike’s announcement yesterday
Tony Blair grins for his photograph as he holds up his smartphone to take a selfie. He's delighted with himself and what he's done. Behind him, black smoke and hellish flames bloom over an arid landscape.
Apple has told its Taiwanese assemblers Pegatron and Foxconn that it is cutting its iPhone 5c orders for the fourth quarter, the Wall Street Journal reports, citing unnamed sources. Pegatron, which has