They're not the shoes that sneakerheads obsess about, but they're what most people actually buy.
Employees should think about work on the way to work by mentally mapping out a plan for their day.
Like all trendy vegetables, celery's status was largely due to how difficult it was to grow and obtain.
Controversial name aside, one thing is clear — the Irish Car Bomb, or Irish Slammer as it's sometimes called, is surprisingly delicious.
Here's the science of how music affects your productivity, and how to use it to your advantage.
Greenbacks hide a host of high-tech security features that most people will never notice, despite handling them every day.
When Tim Berners-Lee created the World Wide Web on this day (March 12) 30 years ago, he thought it was operating in "a simple, star-spangled, unicorn-sky world." But in the three decades since, his idealistic ambitions for the web's early days have been met with a decent wallop from the realities of adulthood.
Ulaanbataar resident Jargalmaa Sukhbaatar is five years old, and she hasn't been to school in weeks. Her parents are keeping her at home to protect her from the toxic air outside.
Zuck is basically aiming to make Facebook more "private" — the way you might refer to a "private party" or your "private parts" — while claiming the company really cares about "privacy."
There's something crucial to the success of the GND that we're not talking enough about: rare earth elements.
While government officials say it is absolutely unnecessary, others admit it's likely there will be disruptions.
Inspired by the brightly colored aguayo cloth used by indigenous women in the Andes, the buildings stand out against the cold, gray environs and the dusty, drab brick buildings of El Alto.
Growth in and of itself is natural and justifiable in terms of helping a business stay sustainable. But when a corporation feels the pressure to make their fiscal numbers grow exponentially, this is where humans and the planet lose by always being deprioritized.
Microsoft announced the new HoloLens 2 on Sunday, updating the mixed reality headset with a greater field of view, better ergonomics, and more processing power. Quartz got a private demo — here's what they thought.
To someone living in the industrialized world in 1979, devastating financial bubbles were like smallpox pandemics or famine — tragedies most knew only through history texts and newspaper stories about poor countries.
The Olympic gold medalist is challenging a new set of rules by the International Association of Athletics Federations that would be imposed on athletes with differences of sex development.
Teenage girls spend more than twice as much time cooking as their male peers. Change that, change the world.
If you're a manager, dear reader, the odds that your team eagerly anticipates your meetings are low. But don't blame yourself entirely.
New research out of Yale University shows depression can physically change a person's brain, hastening an aging effect that might leave them more susceptible to illnesses associated with old age.
We are never more connected to the information grid than we engage in digital commerce, and it is alarming to realize just how easy it is to be followed, and how much information we expose, through our day-to-day purchases.