Emily Ratajkowski wowed her nearly 30 million Instagram followers with a gorgeous solo shot that was shared to her Story on Thursday. She looked lovely while posing for the photo.
Earlier this year, we heard that Konami's revenue was up on previous years – and now, per the company's latest financial report (via InstallBase), things are looking even better.
You might be doing more wrong on your Zoom calls than just forgetting to unmute yourself. An experts breaks down the best ways to navigate virtual meetings.
Yesterday, fintech startup Lydia unveiled a brand new design for its financial super app. And it’s an opinionated take on mobile payments — not just a fresh coat of paint. I sat down with the company’s founders to discuss the thinking and vision for the future of Lydia. In many ways, Lydia isn’t standing still [
Wallet-friendly, stress-free, designed for small spaces and just begging to join your multi-room setup – as long as you're not bothered by eARC or Dolby Atmos it's sure to be a winner.
Microrobots have the potential to revolutionize medicine. Researchers at the Max Planck ETH Centre for Learning Systems have now developed an imaging technique that for the first time recognizes cell-sized microrobots individually and at high resolution in a living organism.
Thanks to Emily Ratajkowski, I just discovered the perfect hybrid between puddle pants and leggings. Shop them ahead.
Chris Kattan wants to make a sequel to "A Night at The Roxbury."
Atma, an Indonesian startup that wants to make job hunting less painful, announced today it has raised $5 million in pre-seed funding led by AC Ventures, with participation from Global Founders Capital. Strategic investors in the round included founders and executives from GoTo Group, Advance Intelligence Group, Ula, Lummo, Kopi Kenangan, Sampoerna Strategic, MMS Group [
On Tuesday, lawmakers introduced a plan to create what some are calling a “rainbow wall.”
Americans still underperform in math. That, not debates about testing and social emotional learning, should be our focus.
Picking a horse to win the Kentucky Derby is easy: Placing a bet is as close as a cellphone, tablet, computer or even a smart TV with internet access. But for the novice or inexperienced bettor, making a wager that pays off with a profit can be a challenge.