Here's a fact that will make any liberal cringe. Seven of the 12 richest people in the world have names ending in Koch, Walton or Adelson, according to a new calculation by Bloomberg Markets magazine.
Fresh off of a new $50 million round of funding, the mobile app search engine Quixey is releasing its first app for consumers. Quixey has made a name for itself with its “functional search,” which enables
Nokia is heading to Abu Dhabi tomorrow morning for what’s likely its final farewell as a smartphone manufacturer. As Windows Phone further cements itself as the number three behind iOS and Android, Nokia
[Photo: Mike Reis] Beer and dessert can be great friends. Chocolatey, caramelly, coffee-like and fruity flavors abound in your favorite bubbly beverages, and the potential for matching flavors opens the
It’s not ALL about the clit. When it comes to sex, sometimes it feels like certain hotspots (hello, genitals!) get all the attention. There's obviously nothing wrong with that—but if you're only hitting
Things might have turned out very differently An example of what a Surface Phone might have looked like. Image credit: Jonas Daehnert (deviantART) Microsoft and Nokia need each other more than you'd expect.
Microsoft is spending $7.2 billion to acquire Nokia's devices and services unit in a move that's focused on the company's "One Microsoft" plan. Although the pair were already working closely on Windows
It's hard to argue with a plant-based diet when it benefits our health, waistline, environment, wallet, and conscience. Eating more plants and less meat is becoming more popular than ever thanks to ex-presidents,
The entire tech world is currently focused on the upcoming IFA 2013 event, and even more so, the pre-IFA launch events by Samsung and Sony, that will see the official introductions of the Samsung Galaxy
India’s currency may be floundering but its smartphone market is on fire—sales have nearly tripled in the last year, led by the local upstart Micromax, which is nipping at the heels of Samsung for market
With growth slowing dramatically across emerging economies, is it a sign of things to come? Thailand has fallen back into recession, Mexico's economy is shrinking again, Russia is growing at just 1.2%
Pokhlebkin reconsidered “His name was magical. Legendary,” claimed an article in the newspaper Vechernyaya Moskva (Evening Moscow) on the third anniversary of Pokhlebkin’s death. “Many believed it to a
Google has plans to introduce ‘supervised accounts’ to its Google Web browser, in a move to help parents and teachers control how children access and use the Internet. The latest ‘canary’ (or development)