Instant Chemistry, a Canadian company, has created a test that measures your compatibility with someone — by analyzing your DNA alongside theirs.
Google has long been touted as one of the best companies to work for. And now, to drive that point home, the web giant has been rated top employer for pay and benefits by Glassdoor, a company that collects data and ranks companies based on a number of factors, including work/life balance. Glassdoor determines its conclusions based on anonymous employee reports discussing everything from compensation, perks and growth opportunities.
Technology is moving in leaps and bounds every day, and drone tech is just the tip of the badass-stuff-coming-out-of-labs iceberg. But these incredible flying creations have taken a turn to the dark side, at least in the hands of one man and his teenage son.
A new study reveals that social media may be responsible for increasing dissatisfaction in relationships. Relationship coach Lesli Doares addresses whether social media is the cause or the result of bad relationships.
As technology continues to build a wall in between and all around us, it would make sense that our relationships might suffer. You might think it's not a big deal to have your phone attached to you 24/7, but you are very, very wrong.
Ultrasound has been used in medical procedures for a long time. Ultrasound machines work by emitting high frequency sound waves that cannot be heard by humans. These waves pass through the low density areas and are reflected by high density objects. For example, if there are no stones in the gall bladder, the waves will pass through else they will be shown. The reflected sound waves are converted to visual display and the image so formed is known as a sonogram. The image is formed by using the time it took for the reflected waves to reach back, and the strength with which they are reflected.
There's now an entire generation that will never know love without cell phones. They express affection with smiley-faced graphics — winking and kissy-faced emojis. Our relationships are becoming undeniably entangled with technology. The movie 'Her' takes this idea a step further. The film is set in the not-so-distant future, in a fantasy Los Angeles (where people actually walk to work), but it has plenty of timeless insights about love. Here's what we learned.
It may not be the most novel thing for those who are really into taking photos of themselves and sometimes others, but the couplie hashtag has been on the rise since Kylie Minogue posted a photo of herself and her hairstylist back in November. Since then there's been a 140 percent rise in the use of that particular hashtag. Yes, couplies are about to ruin your Facebook and Instagram feeds just like selfies do.
Dating coach Blair Glaser explores the many ways technology has influenced our dating lives. Sure "Her" was only a movie ... but is art imitating where life is leading us? Read the article to find out!
Is your tablet your constant companion? Are you spending huge chunks of your spare time "crushing candy?" Do you converse with Siri more than your own spouse? If you said yes to any of these questions, you may be allowing technology to destroy your relationships with your nearest and dearest. If you don't do something about it, you may find yourself alone. And Siri won't keep you warm at night--no matter what she tells you.
Frido Stutz is a Swiss business man who, through his company “SkyLine Parking” hopes to provide a permanent, environmentally friendly solution to the endless parking problems that have relentlessly plagued all the world’s major cities since vehicles became a mainstream staple of lifestyle living. The fundamental key elements/features unique to the Skyline parking design are: * Wide range of configurations * Flexible integration into existing buildings * Adaptation to any given situation * Scalable in length and height * Fully automated lateral parking
You may have gotten wind of last week's shutdown. No, not the government shutdown, but the shuttering of the underground website Silk Road—thanks to a rookie mistake that revealed the identity of its founder, Ross Ulbricht. Plenty of people had no idea the controversial site and its drug- and gun-peddling leader even existed. Which made us wonder, which other mysterious dudes are lurking in the Deep Web? Brace yourself: things are about to get sketchy.
Ever wonder what on earth you'd do if you got your hands (or head) on Google Glass? Well, Boonsri Dickinson, one of Google Explorers who had the chance to experiment with invention got that opportunity — and used it to capture romance in New York City.
Despite the hot craze, researchers in the UK are saying that your selfies could be damaging your friendships, relationships with colleagues and (most importantly), your relationship with your SO. So, should you quit the selfie system? Here's what guys had to say about the solo picture trend.
Using your phone's built in accelerometer and microphone, Spreadsheets gives you a detailed overview of your sexual performance, monitoring everything from your thrusts per minute to how loud you moan.