‘Tis the season for the public relations exercise known as “here’s what we think (or hope) will happen in the tech sector next year,” flooding my inbox with predictions for 2017. No one knows what will
Written by Serenitie WangKatie Hunt, CNNBeijing Chinese couturier Ma Ke is a media-shy fashion-world maverick. She's built two of China's most influential designer brands and dresses the country's first
From Australia’s bubblegum-pink lake to a blood-red waterfall in Antarctica, these seven destinations are some of the world’s strangest sights. Majestic mountains and sparkling seas always attract travellers
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(CNN) — Suddenly starving? Try drinking some water. That recommendation isn't new -- but it suddenly got some serious evidence to back it up. A study of nearly 10,000 adults ages 18 to 64 shows that staying
There’s a big shift happening in how enterprises buy and deploy software. In the last few years, open technology — software that is open to change and free to adopt — has gone from the exception to the
Look on the bright side: What with global warming sending our poor, precious planet into a hellbound death spiral, and summer's newly blistering temperatures turning your kitchen into Satan's sauna, this
We are designed by evolution to be busy. That’s OK for the caveman, who needs to feed himself; not OK for you in the 21st-century when you have to deal with an ever-growing range of tempting distractions.
It was a big week for Pebble. The company announced two new watches and an entirely new mobile device platform, the Pebble 2 and Pebble Core. In the three days since it launched, the Kickstarter for the
Hope all is well with you, I write, conveniently erasing myself as the subject of the sentence. Agree with Bob's critiques. Would love to read a post on this. Can do in an hour. Look forward to reading.