Travel isn’t just a holiday thing. There are a whole lot of people hitting the roads, rails, and skies all year long. The U.S. Travel Association estimates that domestic and international travelers in the U.S. spend $2.6 billion every day for both personal and business purposes. But with so many miles to go, travelers can […]
Romantic relationships can be difficult to navigate and sometimes, they don’t work out. Other times, you manage to find the person of your dreams out of the giant sea of available fish. When that happens, you probably want everything to work out so you can spend the rest of your lives together. But, how exactly […]
Heartwarming, yet filled with humor, this Christmas ad from Online retailer Allegro has gone viral on Youtube. It is about a Polish grandfather grappling with his English vocabulary for a very special reason. He orders ‘English for Beginners’ from Allegro and starts practising his English, beginning with prepositions and pronouns. His out-of-place declarations on the city bus, movie dialogues in […]
A jovial middle-aged man pokes the order button on a touchscreen from the comfort of his armchair. Minutes later he’s ambling through the bucolic Cambridgeshire countryside at the bottom of his garden to pluck a parcel from the ground. It’s his Amazon delivery materializing like manna from heaven… Read More
In response to the news that Magic Leap’s VP of PR Andy Fouché is leaving the company for the same stealth startup its chief marketing exec left for last month, the secretive mixed reality company has released a smidgen of news related, assumedly, to its mixed reality device for consumers, the name. Magic Leap One. In […]
Uber has been ordered by state regulators to stop using self-driving cars in California, according to the Associated Press, at least until it secures the necessary permit issued by the state to allow companies to test autonomous vehicles on public roads. The California Department of Motor Vehicles issued a statement saying Uber was expected to secure […]
Uber’s self-driving cars are cruising San Francisco, while regulators protest they have no right to do so. The post Uber’s Robo-Car Test in SF Is a Middle Finger to Regulators appeared first on WIRED.
As Amazon takes off in the UK, strict rules bar similar moves in American skies. The post The US Doesn’t Want Drone Deliveries—So Amazon Took Them to England appeared first on WIRED.
If people ask about your nationality, what do you say? It seems like the answer can be pretty obvious and absolute. That’s normal, it happens to almost everyone. To break the perceptions we all have about nationality and our pride for our own identity, Momondo gathered 67 people of different ethnicities and let them take […]