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16 essential kitchen tools from around the world for $20 or less

Our favorite workhorse appliances, blades, and containers to buy on a budget without sacrificing quality.<p><i>This article was originally published on Saveur.com.</i><p>A fully equipped kitchen shouldn't cost a fortune to stock. Actually, in our test kitchen, some of our favorite tools are also our cheapest. …

These are the 25 most attractive start-ups to work for, according to LinkedIn

Uber has had a turbulent year, but that hasn't slowed the company's ability to attract the best talent.<p>The ride-sharing company lands atop LinkedIn's …

Startups

6 Reasons Why 'Mindhunter' Is the Netflix Series You Should Really Be Excited About

Later this month, Netflix is unleashing the second season of "Stranger Things," which you probably already know because the marketing campaign has been churning all year long. And, for sure, you should be excited about "Stranger Things."<p>But it's not the Netflix original series we're most excited …

Windows Phone 8 full-resolution media backup goes global

This week the developer teams working for Windows Phone camera and photos have announced that users will soon be able to instantly save …

Microsoft’s Bing integrates Facebook Likes and comments

Microsoft is continuously adding new features to its Bing search engine, and this time around the company has added integration for Facebook that …

Microsoft responds to Windows 8 criticism, defends upcoming changes as 'a good thing'

Windows 8 has had its share of detractors since its launch, and today Microsoft's vice president of corporate communications responded to recent reports that paint the operating system as a failure. In a blog post Frank X. Shaw points to two pieces in particular — one by the <i>Financial Times</i> and the …