A New York City councilmember is proposing to give every tree in the city its own e-mail address, accessible to the public, Gothamist reports.
A slip of the tongue is usually easy enough to forget—but a slip of the thumb tends to linger, a verbal scar emblazoned forever in the little blue and green bubbles of iMessage.
Remember the old days when you had to put a thing into the thing that sat on top of the thing in order to watch a thing? Sony is finally putting that era to an end.
Everyone's least favorite aspect of taxi-hailing apps could soon be coming to the curb of your city.
Though it's hard to resist, given their size, weight, and the perceived smugness of those who drive them, you shouldn't tip over Smart cars.
I'm a 23-year-old who has a little bit of savings and a lot of curiosity about the stock market. But I don't know where to start. How can I participate in the best way? And are penny stocks ever worth it? I realize they're more speculative than blue-chip stocks, but some people seem to make a killing on them.
There is perhaps no more defining a feature of the Game of Thrones series than The Wall, the 700-foot-tall, 300-foot-wide barrier dividing civilized Westeros from the wild creatures in the north. And there is no more defining a feature of Chicago than its abominable winters.
A cloud spotted in the Cincinatti area has made the news in the area, as locals couldn't stop talking about it on social media, and experts struggled to explain it.
By the time I turned 23, it seemed like I had it all: a great apartment, a brand new car, money in the bank. Without any graduate school or specialized degree, my income was not far behind what my dad was earning after more than 20 years as a lawyer.
What makes a house beautiful? The paint? The presence of plants? Just those two things?
In the future, perhaps we'll have plugins to help us craft the perfect e-mail to a potential sweetheart or figure out whether we're even a good match. In the meantime, though, a new website has as algorithmic answer to at least one of dating's greater mysteries: how long do you wait before texting back?
In the slide deck Airbnb's lead policy wonk, Chris Lehane, presented during Airbnb's post-election victory lap in San Francisco yesterday, there is one particularly disturbing statistic: there are more people in San Francisco who have used Airbnb than people who actually bothered to vote in Tuesday's election.
Thanksgiving might be a little awkward at the Bush compound this year.
A depressing new study shows just how difficult it is for women to get paid as much as men: Regardless of educational attainment, age, industry, support from workplace role models or whether they received leadership training, women earn less than men in the same circumstances.
Judd Tully is the doyen of the art market; he knows everything and everyone. So last week, when an article of his appeared under the headline “Can the Single-Venue Gallery Survive?”, people listened: I’ve seen it shared many times, always approvingly.
Our nation's capital is struggling to come up with enough affordable housing. One city councilor thinks he's found a small fix to a big problem.
In a time of great unease over San Francisco's relationship with the industry that inhabits it, the 2015 election became a voter referendum on the tech world and its workers.
You could buy two median priced houses in Massachusetts, or you could buy a patch of ground inside a Boston garage just big enough to fit your car in.
There are now at least 15 large metro areas where more than 125 different languages are spoken, according to new Census data.