You don’t need to spend your whole life jogging to incinerate fat. Running is great—but there a tons of guys out there who don't have the time or patience to take to the road and pound pavement. For many,
Both the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus are powered by Apple’s latest chip, the A9. Apple suggests the A9 offers significantly more processing and graphical power that its predecessor. But there is sting
The home secretary, Theresa May, is to deliver her toughest warning yet that the era of mass migration of the past decade is no longer sustainable and is threatening Britain’s cohesion. She is to claim
Apple reacts to the competition with force Force Touch entered the spotlight when the Apple Watch was introduced in 2014. By giving their touchscreen-enabled wearable the ability to sense pressure, users
Microsoft announced this morning the official launch date for the long-anticipated new version of Microsoft Office. Office 2016 will be broadly available starting on September 22, the company says. Meanwhile,
So why are people obsessed with it? One of the best gifts someone could have given Ben O’Keefe for his 21st birthday was a blue checkmark next to his Twitter username. “I'm a public figure,” he told me.
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but... When you go to the beach, odds are pretty high you’re going to touch sand. Heck, you may even roll around in it. And at some point, it might end up in your mouth.
For two glorious days in June, cat lovers' every fancy will be fulfilled. CatConLA -- delightfully billed as Comic-Con for cat people, and taking place June 6-7 in Los Angeles -- will naturally feature
Twitter users will soon be able to specify and tag locations pulled from Foursquare’s database thanks to a tie-up between the two companies. The deal gives Twitter access to Foursquare’s full location
My Nintendo Wii character, my Mii, looks a lot like me. She has the same haircut, the same skin tone and even the same eyebrow shape. And while my Mii plays tennis slightly better than I do, I designed
Late night cocoa has never looked so appealing. A component of chocolate has been found to reverse age-related memory loss in healthy adults aged 50-69. The rejuvenating effect can be traced to increased