If you haven't heard of Anchor yet, it's an app that lets you record little bits of audio and broadcast them to your followers with minimal fuss. In a lot of ways, it's like Instagram or Snapchat stories, but focused purely on audio recordings -- you...
Machine learning is popping up in a range of different sports, helping to predict everything from athletes' injuries to peak performance levels. Enter the Tour de France -- the world's biggest cycling event, consisting of 198 riders across 22 teams w...
Marvel’s next big TV series is on its way to ABC this fall, and we’ve finally gotten a full trailer. Here, the Inhuman Royal Family, led by Black Bolt (Anson Mount) and Medusa (Serinda Swan), has made its way to Earth, thanks to the machinations of Maximus (Game of Thrones alum Iwan Rheon) — and it looks like it won’t be good for anyone.
When Nintendo announced the SNES Classic earlier this week, nerd hearts everywhere were aflutter at another opportunity to relive old gaming glory. There was a hint of caution, though, as fans remembered how demand for Nintendo's first retro console...
The government will fund abortions for Northern Irish women in a major victory for Labour's Stella Creasy
LONDON — The UK government has agreed to fund abortions for Northern Irish women in England and Wales, Chancellor Philip Hammond confirmed on Thursday afternoon.
In a major concession to opposition Labour MPs, Theresa May's Conservative government has agreed to allow Northern Irish women to use the NHS for abortions, just hours before MPs were set to vote on an amendment calling on the government to do so.
Apple's new iOS 11 operating system is going to offer iPhone users some great new features. Here are some of the ones that stand out the most.
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So I’ve been using iOS 11 for 5 days now, and this is what I think about it.
The CEO of an investing startup taking in $12 million a day on the future of finance, millennials, and happiness
It took a year for the roboadviser Betterment to reach $10 million in assets under management.
That day, in 2011, was a big one for founder Jon Stein, 37, who set up the company after working at First Manhattan Consulting Group. He recalls going out to dinner that evening and being in awe of having so many people trust him and his company with their money. Now the company pulls in $12 million a day.