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Welcome to Apple Park, possibly the world's coolest office building
The headline figures associated with the tech giant’s new ‘Apple Park’ headquarters are staggering.
How to beat your skill set's five-year limit
It is not the most qualified of the species that will survive, nor the most skilled. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.
Despite decline of printed papers, India is one place bucking the trend
In the West, young people have largely dispensed with the home-delivered physical morning newspaper.
Here's the secret to building a thriving business today
Companies are finding that being principled pays off.
Our world of plenty is on the brink of unprecedented famine
In the face of famine, people are dying and unless political decisions change, deaths will increase exponentially.
Think older people are technophobes? Think again
Around 42% of adults aged 65 and older now report owning smartphones, up from just 18% in 2013.
Cars, baby monitors and even TVs can be hacked
With 22.5 billion devices set to be connected to the internet by 2021, the opportunity for holding these devices to ransom will present big opportunities to criminals.
India will sell only electric cars within 13 years
India’s booming economy has seen it become the world’s third-largest oil importer, shelling out $150 billion annually for the resource.
Did your name cost you that job?
Research shows that people with Chinese, Indian or Pakistani-sounding names were 28% less likely to get invited to an interview than candidates with English-sounding names.
Why we need a global treaty to tackle world's plastics problem
Plastic is a key material in the world economy, found in cars, mobile phones, toys, clothes, packaging, medical devices, and much more.
These are the world’s most crowded cities
With a population density of 44,500 people per square kilometer, Dhaka is the most crowded city on the planet by quite a distance.
Meet Mya, the machine that could help you land your next job
Worried about machines taking your job? This one is going to help you get your next one.
Giraffes are in trouble: Here's how we can save them
Scientists estimate that at least 99 out of 100 species extinctions in the world today are the result of human action.
Happiness research reveals the biggest obstacle to your creativity
What's the key to creativity? Research suggests that the key to creativity has little to do with angst.
Do you wish you could add extra memory to your brain?
Elon Musk has revealed that he is the founder and CEO of a startup seeking to create cerebral implants that will turn computers into a direct extension of our brains.
Happiness research: Key to creativity has little to do with angst
History shows that many famous inventors have come up with novel ideas while letting their minds wander.
WannaCry caused panic, but didn't make much money. Why?
The interesting thing about the WannaCry ransomware is that it mostly hit large organisations with legacy networks.
Japan proved printing money can be a great idea. Here’s why
A look at the Japanese economy and the impact of Abenomics, in particular the printing of more money.