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Comparison Of iPhone 6 Innovative Features: Which Apple Smartphone Model Had The Most Improvements?

In the summer of 2007, Mike Lazardis, co-founder of BlackBerry, got an iPhone to check what’s inside. He pried it open and was shocked on what he saw: BlackBerry wasn’t competing with a phone, he thought, it was competing against a Mac. Lazardis was recalling that moment in an interview […]

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Last March, Bloomberg reported the number of jobs reached a record pre-recession peak at 116.1 million, even surpassing the U.S.Labor Department’s projections. The economy seemed to be picking up however gradually. Around the same time, a tiny blip in the economic radar escaped the attention of much of the big […]

Comparison of 10 Best-selling Products

What have condoms got to do with Coke? Melinda Gates made a case in a September 2010 TED Talk that humanitarian agencies could use the Coca-Cola global logistics model as well as marketing and sales capabilities to distribute medicines and sanitation (condoms included) to remote areas that need health care access. […]

The Most Expensive Food In The World: 10 Lavish Alternatives To Your Everyday Dishes

It’s just another Paris Hilton Instagram post showing the room service meal she ordered during her Shanghai sojourn last November. “I love Chinese food,” she commented. But there’s one problem, except for the fried rice, the dishes were hardly Chinese: panini, creamy soup, spaghetti, and some other general meals. I […]

Beer Prices Around The World Compared: The Cheapest, Most Expensive And Most Popular Beer Brands

I drink beer to supplement my bones with vitamin D and prevent bone degeneration. Saying that makes me feel I’m making a healthy lifestyle choice every time I pop a bottle. I could be, at least according to the International Journal of Endocrinology that had published a study on the health […]

The Art of Deceptive Advertising: Quick Review of False & Misleading Tricks Used In Ads

If you drool over that gleaming pure honey flowing over steamy mashed potato you’ve seen on TV, hold your horses. You’re likely salivating over motor oil and freshly microwaved wet tampon placed behind the potato. These are some of the common techniques used by ad people to make products more […]

Comparison of the Most Valuable Brands of 2014: How Google Overtook Apple at the No. 1 Spot

Tipping Point author Malcolm Gladwell once described Steve Jobs’ perfectionism not as an inventor but a tweaker. “His gift lay in taking what was in front of him—the tablet with stylus—and ruthlessly refining it and comparing it against the best.” Jobs would be infamous for perfecting his iPhones and iPads […]

Top Grocery Brands Comparison: Disturbing Truth About How Big Food Companies Exploit Your Shopping Habits

Standing in the supermarket’s food section aisle you’re confronted with hundreds of different products compounded by the happy proliferation of subcategories. You have a wide choice of grocery items at your fingertips. Or have you? A 2013 study by the U.S. consumer rights group, Food and Water Watch, made a […]

Comparison of the Top Tech Company Acquisitions: Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Apple and Other Business Giants

In 2005, Rupert Murdoch, a veteran business giant with a solid reputation in creating empires out of companies was so sure of social media’s future that he bought MySpace for a whopping $580 million.  He couldn’t be any more right… and wrong. Social media was (and is) the future, but the future […]

Comparison of Americans’ Weird Habits: Smartphones Are More Important Than Sex And Waffles Measure Storm Severity

America is facing its biggest threat to its existence. Not terrorism or the threat of weapons of mass destruction, but from mobile phones. A survey published by Statista last February revealed that in comparison to other nationalities more Americans would rather live without sex than without their phone. It’s one of […]

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Social media and mobile use give us a treasure hoard of insights about our general habits as a community. So it’s only inevitable that we find numerous surveys and reviews about the two platforms based on one of the most popular categories: gender difference. These converging platforms are considered to be […]

Review of Famous Company Logos: How The Big Business Uses The Emotional Power of Logos

Golden arches. Swoosh. Mouse ears. You know what they mean. Some famous company logos have so much emotional power that they don’t need to spell out their names, or that they transcend cultural borders. How can these simple, trivial little artworks inspire global familiarity with so many of them having become iconic? […]

Most Popular Social Media Sites Review: Why Women Are The Real Power Behind The Huge Success Of Pinterest and Tumblr

We had fun checking social media demographics surveys from different credible sources like reviews from Pew Research Center and Burst Media and we were able to pluck out some distinct patterns that suggest women are taking over social media and we’ve turned the data into a nice infographic. The infographic that […]

Top 10 Most Expensive Shoe Brands of 2019: From Gucci to Stuart Weitzman

The most expensive shoe brands of 2019 is a tricky list. Although hands down these are the royalty in shoes, unsurprisingly many of which are from the leading luxury brands in the world,  the list can be arbitrary given that each year, a fashion house will release a pricey pair […]

10 Most Expensive and Beautiful Engagement Rings: Beyonce, Surprisingly, Is Not The Celebrity At The Top

The solitaire diamond engagement ring evokes timeless elegance, but designer jewelry houses have cooked up more trends this year that elevate these rings to a new level. A combination of novel prone settings, air of sensuality, and contrasting colors, among others, set the benchmark for the most beautiful engagement rings […]

10 Most Expensive Pets in the World: Do Racing Horses Cost More Than Fast Pigeons?

What is the most expensive pet in the world? You may be surprised to know that the record is held by a Kentucky Derby bred horse named The Green Monkey that sold for a whopping $16 million back in 2006. A distant second is a bunch of fast pigeons that’ll […]

Beer vs. Wine: Surprising Booze Facts, Popular Brands & Big Festivals – The Great Drink Debate Rages On

It’s an age-old debate, probably as old as the most antiquated oak barrels and brew pots. Behind the waggish claims from both beer and wine camps, sober or otherwise, lies a serious battle to wrestle market shares in developed and emerging market trends and across generations. If we go by votes, the […]

How and Where iPhone Is Made: A Surprising Report on How Much of Apple’s Top Product is US-manufactured

Are the last chapters of the iPhone saga unfolding? Not by any stretch of imagination, if you ask the Apple faithful. Definitely starting, if you ask the Android challengers. The world and word war between Android and Apple just keeps escalating to ever greater heights, and has been the most engrossing […]

Money Tips and Life Advice from The World’s Richest Women

While men and women may have different views about wealth accumulation and specific money aspects like spending and savings, the difference may lie only on how their messages are said or shared, with perhaps women possessing a higher level of sentimentality especially where personal experiences are concerned. Otherwise, both genders […]

The Richest Fictional Characters and their Real-Life Versions

Every year, Forbes comes up with an annual list of the filthiest richest people on Earth (Forbes Billionaire list), and a few months after that, it gets far more “contributor” responses in the form of (violent) reactions and computation corrections for its Forbes Fictional 15. Sans an accurate wealth valuation, […]

Zombie Money Survival Kit: 6 How To Get Rich Tips from Famous Vampires

Zombies. Vile, evil, unsightly and undead, they can use some tips from vampires on how to live in style. We’ve culled six tips, in fact, why zombies are not getting any richer than their vampire counterparts, who we have seen to have had owned plantations and lived in mansions, commandeered castles; […]