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Users of Intuit’s Mint Personal Finance app for iPhone will be seeing a workflow speed boost with the latest version. Finance data like recent transactions and used accounts, fee and high spending alerts,
Digital tools may one day replace traditional creative media altogether, but we’re definitely not there yet, and Moleskine is doing a good job of straddling the old and the new with its software tie-ins.
One of the most amusing phrases on Wall Street is "smart money." This phrase is used to describe the handful of professional investors whose abilities and foresight are thought to be so acute that they
No dry, flavorless chicken here—you'll want to make everything from crispy cutlets to flavorful soups. Chicken breast may be everyone's go-to lean protein—but, man, can it be boring. Too often it's an
It has become clear tonight that Qatar is to be cleared of major wrong-doing and corruption in its bid to win the right to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup. A report to be released tomorrow by FIFA, the governing
Samsung has good news for those looking to try virtual reality on-the-go. At its developer conference this morning, the company announced that an Innovator’s Edition of its Gear VR headset will go on early
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Iron Man may be one of the workers assembling the next military plane. Lockheed Martin (LMT) has developed Fortis, an exoskeleton that can shoulder the first 36 pounds of whatever its user is holding.
Uber, Travis Kalanick’s smartphone-based car service, has been valued at $18.2 billion, but its C.E.O. still spends a lot of his time on the warpath. His enemies include the taxi industry, regulators the
Emerging Asian nations are finding out what developed ones did years ago: money--and the stuff it buys--brings happiness. Levels of self-reported well-being in fast-growing nations like Indonesia, China
From when we grab our morning coffee until the time we walk through our front door again, we are always on the go. Alwayyyyys. In the hustle and bustle of everything, it’s so easy to skip over a planned
From its iconic 1984 Super Bowl spot touting the first-ever Macintosh to the infamous dancing silhouettes that inaugurated the launch of the iPod, Apple’s advertising efforts have undergone eye-catching