It'll be available for preorder in November and ship in December. One router will go for $129, while a three-pack will cost $299. Details of the router were first reported by Android Police last month.
Some marketers make it to the top of the firm and some don’t. Why? What causes some careers to derail before they reach the pinnacle? It’s a question that young people ask and mature people ponder even
The U.S. government has used a section of the Patriot Act after 9/11 to criminalize people of color |
Sadequee and his co-defendant, Haris Ahmed, represent collateral damage in the protracted and ambiguous War on Terror. This case and others like it also represent a reconfiguration of legal frameworks
Our public schools are struggling to handle millions of students with mental health problems. Here’s why. Sept. 7, 2016 Go There are more than 50 million public school students in the U.S. Source: 2013
"C'mon Billy!" President Bill Clinton hitched a ride to Jerusalem on Air Force One with President Barack Obama but when it was time to take off and go home one POTUS decided to take his sweet time saying
Google's Waze Rider service, which lets people carpool to and from work with drivers using the Waze app, has come out of its pilot program and is now widely available in the San Francisco area. It's been
“I have a pen. I have an apple. [grunt]… Apple Pen.” So goes the first few seconds of the viral Japanese “Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen” video on YouTube. It’s earned 11 million views since it was uploaded August
We tend to assume that our intelligence is simply a matter of nature and nurture – but as the celebrated psychologist James Flynn explains to BBC Future, many other factors can stunt or boost your IQ,
By Emily Rauhala Emily Rauhala Staff writer covering Canada and foreign affairs Email Bio Follow Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte on Friday compared his campaign to kill criminals to the Holocaust,
Every day, and in every way, we consciously and unconsciously analyze everything about everyone. This is part of being social; it is part survival; and it is how we size people up to establish some level
What is emotional intelligence, really? As an author, the topic of emotional intelligence has become my primary area of research and writing. To date, I've written over 60 articles about emotional intelligence
Chase Stout's girlfriend went away for a couple of days, and left him to feed the kitten. She could not have anticipated the cuteness which ensued when it was time for breakfast. He made their cat tiny,
Keeping the internet cool isn't easy, and the energy consumption of data centers always been a headache for tech companies. Different firms have tried to solve this problem in different way, with Google
But will that actually help protect it? The pangolin may look like a giant artichoke (or tiny dragon) that’s humbly asking you for a favor, but its cuteness and strangeness belie its perilous situation:
Philippine leader tells Filipinos in Vietnam that military drill with US in October will be the last during his term. President Rodrigo Duterte has announced that the military exercises between the Philippines
(CNN) -- If you woke up this morning, looked at Twitter and wondered, "Who the hell is Alex from Target?" you're not alone. If you've been awake for a couple hours and are still wondering why #AlexFromTarget
The hotel group Starwood is to begin giving hotel guests the option to by-pass check-in and simply use their smartphones to enter their hotel rooms. The chain has upgraded 30,000 room locks in its nearly
In an editorial at Bloomberg Businessweek today, Apple CEO Tim Cook reveals he's proud to be gay. "So let me be clear: I’m proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given
Apple CEO Tim Cook came out Thursday, acknowledging publicly for the first time that he is gay. "Let me be clear: I'm proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me,"
It was taken from the perspective of a woman who walked around Manhattan with a camera, and documented the times when she was catcalled, spoken to, whistled at, or commented on. It happened 112 times.
If we want our wireless future to be bold, we need to do more than rest on our 4G laurels. If you are reading this in the U.S., there is a good chance you are looking at a smartphone or tablet. Moreover,