Excel has over 475 formulas in its Functions Library, from simple mathematics to very complex statistical, logical, and engineering tasks such as IF statements (one of our perennial favorite stories);
Elephants and other endangered species could be driven to extinction unless Western governments begin to take the illegal wildlife trade as seriously as terrorism or drug running, the president of Gabon
When it comes to beer, the West rules. Breweries based in 12 western U.S. states won 54% of the medals at the 2018 Great American Beer Festival — the Oscars of the beer industry — at Denver’s Colorado
In an exclusive interview with Binary District, Michael Perklin, an expert in digital forensic examination and head of information security architecture at ShapeShift, discussed the lack of privacy in
Microsoft founder slams digital currencies as Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak reveals he was victim of bitcoin scam Bill Gates, the philanthropist and former chief executive of Microsoft, is concerned the
Some drivers end up losing money after insurance, maintenance and other costs, according to study raising concerns over labor standards Uber and Lyft drivers in the US make a median profit of as little
Because I started playing with cryptocurrencies as a hobby years ago, and for a long time they were not worth much of anything (read Some thoughts on cryptocurrencies), it did not occur to me to treat
By Dan Hough Curious about the world’s most — and least — corrupt countries? On Wednesday Transparency International (TI), a well-known NGO devoted to global anti-corruption, released its annual scorecard.
If you’re like me, you don’t watch the Super Bowl for the game. You watch it for the commercials. Well if you just want to binge watch the ads, you’re in luck because YouTube has compiled them all into
Now even healthcare is getting Amazonified Is there anything the world’s richest man, Jeffrey Preston Bezos, can’t do? I don’t mean to go all fan boy-ish on you, but it’s been riveting watching him run
Adolescence now lasts from the ages of 10 to 24, although it used to be thought to end at 19, scientists say. Young people continuing their education for longer, as well as delayed marriage and parenthood,
For the longest time, Android was an operating system that eschewed visual flair in favour of giving flexibility and power to the user, and since third party developers took their cues from the OS itself,
Silicon Valley always knew it couldn’t fix Washington and its bureaucratic messes. Now it has even more proof. The HealthCare.gov debacle has reinforced the divide between the global capital of innovation
Some career paths are going to be more beneficial and open to a recent grad. To help new degree holders find the right field, the University of California, San Diego has compiled its fifth annual list
Several thousand supporters of the former Haitian president Jean-Bertrand Aristide have demonstrated against the current president in the capital Port au Prince. A similar demonstration was held in Haiti’s
Katharine Viner, deputy editor of the Guardian and editor-in-chief of Guardian Australia, gave the AN Smith lecture in Melbourne on Wednesday night. Here's her speech I'd like to begin with a true story.
Every week -- often with your help -- Food52's Senior Editor Kristen Miglore is unearthing recipes that are nothing short of genius. Today: The best, fastest, lightest eggplant technique you haven't tried
Taxpayers have spent hundreds of millions of dollars in recent years to nudge more students into Advanced Placement classes — but a close look at test scores suggests much of the investment has been wasted.