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Google Has Been Recording You. Here's How to Delete the Files

This is not "OK Google."<p>You probably know that Google keeps track of everything you type into its search bar, just like it scans your email to …

Google

6 Things That Determine How Long You'll Live

Researchers have developed a new lifestyle score that determines your risk for death, based on your bad habits.<p>A bit morbid perhaps, but lifestyle …

Longevity

Google's AlphaGo retires from competition

To say that AlphaGo had a great run in the competitive Go scene would be an understatement: it has just defeated the world's number 1 Go player, Ke Jie, in a three-part match. Now that it has nothing left to prove, the AI is hanging up its boots and leaving the world of competitive Go behind. …

Artificial Intelligence

Disruptive Technology: Investment Opportunities

Joe Quinlan, head of market strategy at U.S. Trust, highlights potentially disruptive technologies: innovations in areas such as healthcare and transportation that stand to change how we live and work, while stimulating the economy and providing opportunities for tech-minded investors.<p>Innovations …

Bank of America

Sci-Fi M.D.: Moore's Law Meets the Hippocratic Oath

With technology generating futuristic advances, look for investment opportunities within healthcare — and beyond.<p><i>Insights from Sarbjit Nahal, head of thematic research at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research and<br>Joseph Quinlan, head of market & thematic strategy at U.S. Trust</i><p>The silicon chip and the …

Bank of America

Time in the Age of Instant

High-speed digital technology has given us countless ways to manage how we spend our time. But is it also changing who we are?<p>Think of all you can accomplish in a flash. With the touch of a button you open the blinds, adjust the lights and set the thermostat. A loved one calls and you video chat …

Bank of America

Gregg Allman: 20 Essential Songs

Southern rock pioneer fused country blues with San Francisco-style extended improvisation, creating a template for countless jam bands to come<p>The …

Music

Ten definitive songs by the founding member of the Allman Brothers Band.

All of the mythic South was in Gregg Allman’s music: soul, blues, country, gospel, rock ’n’ roll, jazz. The roadhouse, the back porch, the juke joint, the church, the farm, the highway.<p>It was in the weary, determined drawl of his voice, rising to a sustained, honeyed ache or rasping with stubborn …

Gregg Allman

8 Bike Tours Around the World That Are Anything But Boring

This year marks the 200th anniversary of the bicycle, which was invented in Mannheim, Germany by Karl von Drais, and there’s really no better way to celebrate than taking a ride of your own. While you certainly can cruise around the block on your bike, some cycling tours offer full-blown biking …

Opinion: What’s the one best book to learn about investing?

I get asked all the time by friends and investors variants of the same question: “If you could give someone just one comprehensive book to learn about investing, what would it be”?<p>So we chatted about it on the podcast the other day and I still don’t have a good, single answer.<p>We then put together a …

Wealth

Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson Shares the First Thing You Should Do in Every Hotel Room

Marriott's CEO, Arne Sorenson, says it best: “Traveling internationally can be exhausting—traveling domestically can be exhausting, too.”<p>In an …

Hospitality

9 Healthy Foods That Cost Less Than $1 Per Serving

Great news for anyone who wants to save money and eat healthier—in other words, pretty much all of us. A new study suggests that it really is …

Eating

The World's 10 Most Expensive Houses—and Who Owns Them

Feast your eyes on some of the priciest homes on the planet.<p>7 Upper Phillimore Gardens<p><i>Location:</i> London<i><br>Value:</i> $128 million<i><br>Details:</i> This 10-bedroom …

Luxury

30 Clever Ways to Make Money Online

Consider selling your original Instagrams, becoming a virtual assistant or providing online tutoring.<p>Who doesn’t want to earn more money? Whether …

Virtual Assistants

These 15 Countries Have the Most Millionaires

Who knew the French would be in 4th place?<p>How many millionaires does the U.S. have? Do you even know the order of magnitude? 100,000? 1 million? <i>10</i> …

Wealth

How to Learn New Skills Twice as Fast, According to Science

You probably practice your favorite hobby for the simple reason that it’s fun, but there are other reasons having an after-hours pastime is awesome. …

Women's News

10 Healthy Foods That (Practically) Never Expire

While it’s true that many shelf-stable foods are often loaded with preservatives (think condiments, lunch meats, and bags of chips), a number of …

Eating

19 Things You Should Throw Away for Better Health

When we talk about the steps you need to take to get healthier, they often involve buying new things: workout clothes, fitness equipment, ingredients …

Health

These Are the 10 Best Restaurants in the World

U.S. RANK<p>RANK LA LISTE<p>LA LISTE SCORE<p>RESTAURANT<p>CITY<p>STATE<p>1<p>2<p>82.30<p>Per Se<p>New York<p>NY<p>2<p>20<p>77.44<p>Le Bernardin<p>New York<p>NY<p>3<p>51<p>74.53<p>Jean-Georges<p>New …

Restaurants

The 6 Best Big Cities

From East Coast to West, these six places offer the best of urban living at a price you can afford.<p>Sure, small cities have their charm, and the ones …

7 High-Paying Jobs That Don’t Require a Bachelor’s Degree

An associate's degree in web development or nursing can set you up for a career that pays well and is in high demand.<p>A college degree is a standard …

Bachelor's Degree

A Harvard Psychologist Explains the Key to Spotting a Liar

You may think that fidgeting and not making eye contact are telltale signs that someone’s lying to you. But according to Harvard Business School …

Body Language

The 100 Best Burgers in America, Ranked by Our National Burger Critic

M ost events in life feel ephemeral, the ever-ticking hands of time speeding them through your brain until they become distant memories. Burger Quest …

Restaurants

The 6 Best Dermatologist-Approved Sunscreens for Summer

Summer is almost here, and while the season is synonymous with rosé-filled weekends spent poolside for some, or riding waves for others, it also recalls the often-dreaded task of applying and reapplying layers of thick sunscreen for all. And with Memorial Day weekend on the horizon and plenty of …

Skin Care

Google says it would cost too much to gather wage gap data

The Department of Labor will have to keep bugging Google for the salary records it's been asking for, because the tech titan keeps refusing to hand them over. Those records might be able to prove once and for all whether Mountain View truly pays women a lot less than it does men. If you'll recall, …

Privacy

Spotify settles lawsuits, adds board members as it gets ready to go public

Spotify made a few moves this week that could put them in a better position to join the stock market.<p>On Thursday, it was revealed that the company added four people to its board of directors. The music streaming startup has brought on former Disney COO Tom Staggs; Padmasree Warrior, a Cisco vet who …

Women in Tech

Juno sees something familiar looking out from Jupiter's rings

Imagine that you're standing on an alien world, far out in the galaxy. You look up and see a brilliant bed of stars above you, blanketing totally foreign sky.<p>But what if you were on a different planet a little closer to home? What would you see then?<p>A new photo beamed back from Jupiter by NASA's …

Astronomy

HIV Infections May Cause Brain Damage And Learning Difficulties

We are aware of the devastating effect HIV can have on the immune system, but a new studysuggests the virus may also adversely affect brain …

The Brain

House Republicans Aim to Roll Back Wall Street Regulations

House Republicans are preparing to vote on a new bill that would roll back many of the Wall Street regulations passed in the aftermath of the …

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

A Syrian violinist's journey 'from brutality to hope'

Alaa Arsheed and his musical partner plan to compose new songs while travelling along the Balkans refugee route.<p>Syrian violinist and composer Alaa Arsheed plays the violin with his eyes closed, following the rhythm and moving slightly to the notes. When he reopens them, he smiles widely at his …

Refugees