Language-learning app Duolingo recently combed through a mountain of user data to find the best times each day to practice a foreign language. Its findings were published today at Quartz. The findings
Apple's native Camera app in iOS 11 has plenty of tools for helping you get the right shot, but some are more hidden than others. The camera level is the perfect example of a really handy tool that many
This post has been updated. CHICAGO — With 38,000 oncologists converging on the sprawling McCormick Place for the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology, the halls in the convention
It’s hard to go wrong with bacon, but sometimes you want your brunch to be a little more refined. When you’re serving elegant brunch cocktails (or fresh and fruity mocktails) and have set your table with
If you've traveled even a little bit, you’ve surely had the experience of sharing a public space with someone (or many someones) who wants to stand closer to you than you’d allow your partner most of time.
You put SOOOOO much creativity into making beautiful Easter eggs each year, only to toss the whole bunch after the holiday. But here’s a food *reuse* idea that’s as green as spring. Store the eggs properly
You probably don't know the answers to these questions — but Google might. How? It's thanks to a feature nestled away in your Google account called Location History. If you care about your privacy, you
In celebration of Black History Month, NYLON is running a spotlight series called UNAPOLOGETIC. Every day, we’ll celebrate different aspects of black culture through profiles, interviews, roundtables,
[Photographs: J. Kenji López-Alt, Emily and Matt Clifton, Morgan Eisenberg] If I buy ground beef, nine times out of ten it's because I'm making hamburgers. There's nothing wrong with that, but recently
On a cloudless October morning in Austin, hundreds of people stroll the grassy aisles between a half-dozen rows of white tents, where entrepreneurs sell everything from iced coffee to pottery to handmade
Is dinner a love story or an act of desperation? At 9 P.M. on a weeknight, it's indisputably the latter. It's not that I don't want to cook (though, we've got lots of ideas for that situation, too)—it's
Valentine’s Day may be beloved by romance-flushed individuals keen to express their passion, and by retailers for the massive windfalls of cash it generates ($18.2 billion in the US this year) in cards,
The countries with the best quality of life in the world have a good work-life balance, access to quality healthcare, education, and infrastructure, as well as cost of living and career opportunities.
Whether it's cold weather, the flu, or a lousy mood, there's nothing like the pick-me-up that a bowl of soup can provide. Instead of feasting on calorie-laden, cream-based soups, make one of these healthy
Dogs appear to prefer reggae and soft rock over other genres of music, according to researchers. The Scottish SPCA and the University of Glasgow have published a paper which suggests music affects dogs'
It's not going to unravel -- unless Republicans do the unraveling. If you’ve heard a Republican talk about the Affordable Care Act lately, then you’ve almost certainly heard that the law is imploding,
Soon you'll be able to buy an American-made Kalashnikov. Kalashnikov USA, which split from its Russian parent company three years ago, will start selling a semiautomatic 12-gauge shotgun called the KS-12
Zac Easter knew what was happening to him. He knew why. And he knew that it was only going to get worse. So he decided to write it all down—to let the world know what football had done to him, what he'd
When you're busy, portable breakfasts make all the difference, and there are so many options that'll get your day off to the right start. Here are 20 ways to make it possible to eat breakfast every day,
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — In high school, they used to call Jonathan Allen "the Hulk." It wasn't the most original nickname for a big, hulking, muscular football player who was mild-mannered off the field. But
A teenager has invented and developed a phone charger which uses energy from the human body to get the energy to charge your phone. HandEnergy, the brainchild of 19-year-old inventor Michael Vaga, allows