Clare Bergie

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iPhone 7 launch: readers predict new Apple Watch and no more headphone jacks

There will be a new iPhone without a headphone jack launched on stage in San Francisco Wednesday, as well as an Apple Watch with GPS and at least one speed bump to the iPad – if the collective wisdom of over 1,800 Guardian readers is to be trusted.<p>iPhone 7 launch: key points from Apple's event<p>Read …

Mobile Technology

Want A Job? Prepare To Play Multiple Roles

<i>This is a guest post by Rahul Mistry, a content writer for the</i> <i>123-reg</i><i>. His last article for FORBES was “Coming To Terms With Underemployment.” You can follow him on</i> <i>Twitter and Google+.</i><p>As the economic downturn persists, companies are asking employees to take on multiple tasks. Most recently, the …

Retirement Age: Oldest Boomers Are NOT Working Til They Drop, Study Says

For the past few years, baby boomers have been telling survey-takers that they plan to work until they drop, an attitude that undoubtedly could be tied to the recession that cost many their jobs, the housing crisis that devalued their homes, and the stock market crash that wiped out their …

5 Ways To Live To 100 - And Stay Healthy To 99

Are you planning to live to 100? It turns out you should be. As an adult in the year 2013, there’s a very good chance you’ll make it to the century mark. That’s according to the National Institutes of Health and the U.S. Census Bureau, which have announced that those over the age of 80 now make up …

7 Tips to Help Beat Your Aging Parent's Loneliness

Is your aging parent lonely?<p>Isolation and loneliness are widespread among our elders. It may begin with the the loss of a spouse. It may be compounded by physical decline such as loss of driving ability, decreased hearing or vision. Friends pass away. There are fewer opportunities for social …

Summertime: 5 Things Midlifers Should Not Do The Next Few Months

"Summertime, and the living is easy," so said George Gershwin in the 1935 opera Porgy and Bess. Gershwin clearly lived a long time ago. Summertime brings a new set of challenges to midlifers and as Memorial Day -- the unofficial start to the summer season -- is upon us, we have some guidelines to …

Playing The Boom In Active Adult Communities

People 55 and over are considered active adults. Like everyone else, they have to live somewhere. Some of these people are moving to “55 and over” communities. These are the folks who are creating this market.<p>There are a lot of active adults out there. As a matter of fact, there are 78 million baby …

Classic Paris: a fresh look at the City of Light

Just because you’ve visited a city’s top sight, does that mean you should never return again? Here, <i>Lonely Planet Traveller</i> tours the star sights of Paris, from the heights of the Eiffel Tower to the depths of the catacombs, and reveals some of the secrets that you may have missed the first time …

France

China's Gobi desert and the oasis of Crescent Lake - in pictures

http://www.theguardian.com/travel/gallery/2013/may/13/china-china<p>720<p>For centuries camels have trekked around Yueyaquan Crescent Lake in China's …

Antarctica: planning the trip of a lifetime

A trip to majestic, remote Antarctica is truly the journey of a lifetime. Calving icebergs, breaching whales, deep-diving seals and cavorting penguins are just a few of the marvellous sights visitors can expect to encounter. Historic explorers' huts emphasise the adventure that it is to survive on …