Russian warplanes are carrying out more flights in European airspace to test Nato responses and apparently imitate combat conditions, an expert says. Igor Sutyagin told the BBC that the Russian pilots'
A neighborhood garbageman explains modern Egypt. In Cairo, my family lives on the ground floor of an old building, in a sprawling, high-ceilinged apartment with three doors to the outside. One door opens
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We typically think of Intel as a hardware company, a chip-making giant that helps build wearables, cable-free laptops, smart baby onesies. Today, though, the company is showing off software for a change.
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This story originally appeared on Business Insider What does it take to become a master at your craft? Is genius innate, or can it be learned? In his book, "Mastery," Robert Greene draws from the latest
England striker Daniel Sturridge is prepared to do almost anything to avoid an early World Cup exit in Thursday's "do or die" meeting with Uruguay. Sturridge will be up against Liverpool team-mate Luis
Microsoft closed its deal to acquire the mobile and services division of Nokia last fall, and it now appears ready to put Nokia’s iconic mobile brand name out to pasture. The Nokia name dominated a huge