The new iPhone is here. With all the aplomb and fanfare, Apple’s latest innovation of a product known for its flair is finally available for purchase. And it’s probably not worth its price tag, even though it is comparatively on the lower end for an iPhone, valued at US$799. Don’t get us wrong; the iPhone 14 does come equipped with some useful features, such as its safety upgrades allowing you to send emergency SOS messages if stuck in an area with no network.
Earlier this month, Bella Hadid stunned the crowds by showing up in just a g-string at the finale of the Coperni show in Paris Fashion Week. It was an even greater shock to the public when two men began to spray her body with what appeared to be white paint, only for it to miraculously turn into a dress.
Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) make up the vast majority of today’s global population. Yet, when you walk into a makeup store, you see 50 shades of beige catering to a smaller percentage of makeup users with lighter skin tones, and there are only very few or no selections for darker complexions.
To stand out in a highly competitive market, even the highest-quality products need appealing and functional packaging—think about Apple’s products. As per a report by international packaging authority Smithers Pira in 2019, the global packaging industry is forecasted to grow to US$1.05 trillion by 2024.
The ability to network efficiently and create meaningful connections is necessary for success in entrepreneurship and life. From meeting new investors willing to bet on you or hiring the best employees, networking is the foundation of building your community and seeking new knowledge and opportunities. However, it does not come easily to many people, as putting yourself out in the world may feel like stepping out of one’s comfort zone.
As of 2022, Generation Z has a collective purchasing power of US$360 billion. Every business wants a part of this massive consumer base, but getting on Gen Z’s good side isn’t easy. Dealing with the 2008 recession, the COVID-19 crisis and the ongoing economic hardships have made Gen Z expert savers.
We’ve talked a lot about how you can find love on dating platforms, from learning how their algorithms work to finding unique technological solutions to matchmaking. At this point, most of our readers know almost everything about finding a partner. But you might not know that, just like every other aspect of the internet, online dating is also plagued with scams.
The global cryptocurrency market has been struggling with hacks for almost its entire existence. One of the most recent attacks to have shaken up the crypto market is a hack on the Binance ecosystem. On October 7, the world’s biggest cryptocurrency exchange, Binance, reported that its blockchain (BNB Smart Chain) had been attacked.
In the business world, little is more important than protecting your company at any cost. Sometimes, those costs can be very high, demanding that you give up your business altogether. To prevent that from happening, most companies employ a tactic referred to as poison pills. A poison pill is a shareholder plan to discourage buyouts, takeovers and acquisition attempts by activist investors.
If you need to know anything about your dear writer, it’s that I love horror films and naturally have fueled this passion by consuming almost all the cult classics. One of the fascinating things about horror films is that even the lowest-budget films (like The Blair Witch Project) have a chance of success at the box office.
Despite the recent slump in the cryptocurrency market, the space is replete with job opportunities. Jobs in this sector grew by 395% in the U.S. between 2020 and 2021.Experts say that most forward-thinking tech companies have been making moves to incorporate blockchain technology into their businesses. Naturally, to do so, they must hire people who are well-versed in crypto and blockchain.
Just when you thought everything under the sun had a twin in the metaverse, the U.S. military decided to make a metaverse of their own. On May 10, two fighter pilots in the U.S. used virtual reality (VR) headsets to simulate refueling an aircraft flying alongside them in the sky. Besides hanging out with friends or attending a fashion show, many are using the metaverse to simulate tasks that are too difficult, dangerous or expensive to experiment on in real life.
The past couple of years have been extremely difficult for the global startup ecosystem. According to U.S.-based financial services company Moody Analytics, global economic growth estimates have fallen to 2.7% as of September this year, compared to 4.2% in January. Not only has the world undergone a tremendous transformation due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Knowledge is power; when it comes to cryptocurrency, the more you know, the better financial decisions you will make. There is a lot to learn within the cryptocurrency space, such as how the different layers of blockchain technology work and which blockchain has the fastest transaction speed. Another important thing you need to know regarding blockchain transactions is the differences between off-chain and on-chain transactions—and which one can save you more money!
Whether on YouTube or Instagram, I’m sure you all must have seen at least one mobile game advertisement. One common trope with today’s mobile game advertisements is that they tend to mislead their audience.
You might have come across these weird ads while scrolling through social media: In the ad for the strategy game “Game of Sultans”, a sultan is fat-shaming his daughter; in the match-three puzzle game “Lily’s Garden” ad, women use washing machines as vibrators.
If you Google “maximalist fashion”, you will be swamped with dressing guides dedicated to this “the more, the better” trend published by leading fashion magazines in 2022. Rapidly gaining popularity in the last couple of years, maximalist styles are breaking out of the runway of an Haute Couture fashion show, a red carpet event or a K-pop performance to conquer streets in high fashion neighborhoods.