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iPhone’s Crash Detection is still firing off false calls
The Crash Detection feature on the iPhone 14 and newer Apple Watches is continuing to cause issues for first responders based in ski resorts and elsewhere.
Timothée Chalamet’s Mop Top Is Ready for the Bright Lights
And more from the week in celebrity grooming.
Garmin Forerunner 255 Review: Great Running Watch
Garmin's latest wearable for runners and triathletes adds a new Morning Report to track your daily fitness.
The massive wave of layoffs is giving tech workers a brutal wake-up call about...
Workers in Silicon Valley are learning a lesson about their jobs that their peers on Wall Street have always known: your company is not your family.
Sabato De Sarno named new Gucci creative director
De Sarno has previously worked for Prada, Dolce & Gabbana and Valentino, where he was most recently fashion director overseeing both men’s and women’s collections
How to Be More Intentional in Your Career and Life
An intentional lifestyle involves defining our priorities, getting clear on what we want from life, and living each day in alignment with them. Simply put, living intentionally means deciding what...
These ‘Upscale’ Walmarts Are Offering In-Store Custom Hair Care Services
A TikToker in Arkansas is showing off the new technology that Walmart has implemented in 2,500 locations across the country.
Behind the Reviewers: What Makes a Reviewer Tick?
In this episode, Emily Washcovick, Yelp's Small Business Expert, takes a look at the whys and hows of reviewing from the reviewer's perspective.
The Style Lessons We Learned During FW23 Men’s Fashion Weeks
On Paris and Milan’s Fall/Winter 2023 men’s runways, there was something new for everyone.In Paris, Wales Bonner brought her idiosyncratic opulence, with a collection titled “Twilight Reverie” that included an adidas collaboration and a first look at her coll…
Spitting Image stages revival – and this time the puppets are on a mission
Live theatre version of 1980s TV satire features Tom Cruise and other showbiz stars trying to save ‘broken Britain’Writing a political satire for the stage in today’s tumultuous times is no easy task, as the writers of the new Spitting Image Live were quick t…
The Workforce Is Failing Women. Business Leaders Can Stop It
Workplaces must undergo huge structural changes if they are to stop the exodus.
Humans can correctly identify several gestures made by apes, a new study shows
On average, half the participants in a study by the University of St. Andrews in Scotland could recognize what either chimpanzees or bonobos were communicating.