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5 Charts About The State of Chinese Traveler in Europe

Last month we launched our new 110-page data slide deck on the <b>State of Travel 2015, Europe</b>.<p>Featuring expert research and insights, the slide deck is …

(Update: visits TENAA, photos added) This is probably Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S2

<b>Update, June 3:</b> The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is one step closer to a real announcement, having just passed through TENAA in China. As is usually the case, TENAA has posted a few new images of the tablet, as well as a short specs list. Hit the gallery at the bottom of this article to see it all.<p><b>Update,</b> …

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Apple Expands Its Renewable Paper And Energy Initiatives To China

Apple will extend several of its environmental projects in China, one of its fastest-growing markets.<p>These initiatives include a partnership with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to protect forests used in the production of paper packaging for Apple items, as well as an effort to increase the use of …

Actually, here's what everybody in San Francisco is REALLY talking about

This morning, Josh Brown, CEO of Ritholtz Wealth Management and ubiquitous financial-media personality (Twitter handle @ReformedBroker), wrote up his impressions of San Francisco. They're very good, he's mostly right, and you should read them.<p>But when he says everybody's talking about their startup …

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GE PHS920SFSS Induction Range review: Tricky controls and scant features hurt this otherwise promising induction oven - CNET

<b>The Good</b> The compact GE PHS920SFSS Induction range boasts powerful cooking elements, attractive looks and a capable convection oven.<p><b>The Bad</b> The Induction range is saddled with confusing controls and is devoid of extra features.<p><b>The Bottom Line</b> PHS920SFSS Induction range and convection oven is lovely …

How to Rid Yourself of Belly Pooch Forever

Stomach fat, be gone!<p><i>This article was written by Jenny Sugar and repurposed with permission from POPSUGAR Fitness.</i><p>Clean eating and hitting the gym can help you reach your weight-loss goal, but you might find you have a little extra pooch around your midsection. Here are three things you can do to …

19 One-Liners That Sum Up Parenthood Perfectly

Parenting is so many things to so many people -- everyone's experience is unique. Or, that's what we'd like to think. When we look to Twitter, though, we find that parents have certain, hilarious universal experiences. We've pulled together some of the best fill-in-the-blank responses to "Parenting …

Mechanical Pencil

The days of passing down a good pen or mechanical pencil are not gone. In fact, Taiwanese design firm ystudio has an array of writing implements, crafted from brass, copper and bronze that are heirloom worthy. Each is distinct and magnificent, and will adopt elements of oxidization over time that …

Sky's 3D Channel Will End June 9, Moving to On-Demand

UK broadcaster Sky has confirmed that it will be closing its dedicated 3D channel next month.<p>From June 9, customers wanting to access Sky’s 3D content will only be able to do so via its on-demand channels. To this end, there will be a new 3D segment in the Sky Box Sets, Movies, Store and TV Guide …

Samsung’s rebranding to Galaxy is total in Japan

Galaxy S6 Edge: Global Model<p>Earlier this month, we took a look at the recent Samsung rebranding situation that has occurred in Japan: the OEM’s logo was nowhere to be seen on any of the promotional material for the Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge, nor could it be found anywhere on the devices themselves. In …

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Angelina Jolie admits her 'rare position' as a rich and famous mom

Angelina Jolie has offered up a refreshingly self-aware opinion on being a celebrity mom: She actually knows she has it way better than most.<p>"I have much more support than most people, most women in this world. And I have the financial means to have a home and healthcare and food," the A-lister …

Kim Kardashian Dons Plunging Black Gown, Invades Paris With Family In Tow

With just three days to go, we are now bringing you up-to-the-minute coverage of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's wedding extravaganza.<p>Kardashian and West arrived in the City of Light earlier this week, followed by friends and family a few days later. The Kardashians have officially invaded Paris.<p>As …

Postmates Officially Launches Its On-Demand Delivery Service In New York City

Ok, so we kind of knew it was coming, but it’s worth a post anyway: Postmates is launching its on-demand delivery service in New York City today, allowing certain users in the Big Apple to begin ordering food from their favorite restaurants or shops in the city and have them delivered in less than …

Samsung Unveils Galaxy S4 Mini Ahead of June 20 Premiere Event

A little more than a month since the launch of the Galaxy S4, Samsung has unveiled its smaller brother in the form of the Galaxy S4 Mini, a new mid-range Android smartphone with a 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED display (16:9 aspect ratio).<p>The device is powered by a 1.7 GHz dual-core processor, alongside …

Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg admits battle with Twitter and Tumblr for teenage users is getting harder

Facebook is facing it increasingly tough to fend off competition from Twitter and Tumblr in the battle for teenage users, its chief operating officer has admitted.<p>Sheryl Sandberg told a technology conference that although the number of teenagers using Facebook is still growing, Twitter and Tumblr …

Despite opposition, Google will make critical security exploits public after seven days

Google’s security researchers are well known for uncovering vulnerabilities in other people's products. Standard operating procedure is to give the affected company sixty days before publishing the problem, keeping things under wraps until a fix can be shipped out. But when it comes to critical …