Articles in Fitness, Finance and Marketing

Samsung teases that the 'Next Galaxy' is borderless and metal

by Jon Fingas on

Samsung's teasers for the Galaxy S6 (or whatever it might be named) are getting decidedly less cryptic. The company's latest hype video for the new smartphone promises that "borders will disappear" and "metals will flow"... Read full article

Inhabitat's Week in Green: Solar-powered yachts, windmills and Apple car rumors

by Inhabitat on

Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in Green.... Read full article

Meet Grasp, a wearable that helps instructors micromanage you

by Mariella Moon on

Can you imagine having an instructor who peers over your shoulder all the time while you practice, say, cooking or coding? Awkwaaard.... Read full article

New App or New Ad? Instagram Teases Us With Bolt


There are a few possible explanations for Bolt. Instagram could indeed be testing app-install ads, a popular and lucrative ad format for its parent company, Facebook. Instagram only began ... Read full article

10 Things You Didn't Know You Agreed to via Terms of Service


The terms of service, also known as the document you're supposed to read before signing up for a site or platform, is a treasure trove of legal guidelines, rules and permissions that few people really care about.... Read full article

– Vital Tips For Effective Logo Design

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This logo concept is based on the idea that you can have traditional Alfredo taste in a modified healthy, nutritious recipe that is so delicious you can afford a second helping (love some more = Somore) without the guilt.... Read full article


by Sheldon Wildman on

We have designed a proprietary software that is revolutionizing the industry’s standards for free online advertising/networking company that was created to promote local businesses. ... Read full article

Home in on residential insurance with care

by Tim Grant Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on

Owners and renters may lack coverage to recover from disaster From The Detroit News: Read full article