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‘Bill & Ted 3’ Could Be a Christmas Release

If you’ve been waiting for that third Bill & Ted movie, then 2019 may be the year where you get one of the best Christmas presents ever! That’s because Bill & Ted Face the Music may in fact be released in time for the Christmas 2019 movie rush. That potential (planned?) released date was revealed by filmmaker Steven Soderbergh, who is executive producing the ... Read More »

Your cash could grow faster in these savings accounts

FilippoBacci | E+ | Getty Images As stock market returns taper, you may want to consider an alternative home for some of your money. Yields on certain certificates of deposits and savings accounts are on the ascent, a trend that is likely to pick up if the Federal Reserve acts as expected and raises rates next week. “Everyone should start ... Read More »

8 things you didn’t know you could do with your pressure cooker

1. ​The joy of cooking with a pressure cooker We all know how to make beans, lentils, and rice in a pressure cooker. But the real magic lies beyond the conventional approach. Today, we are going to take you through some amazing and mouth-watering dishes that can actually be made in a cooker and trust us, they taste heavenly (or ... Read More »

Snubbing customers on social media could cost brands dearly

Each one of us has had at least one experience on a social media network, when a brand did not reply to our query, or took its time to get back to us on something urgent. A recent survey, by US-based social media analytics start-up Social Sprout, says that such incidents on the social media could cost brands dearly. According ... Read More »

Derrick Rose is a sad sports tale of what could have been

We are besieged with the melancholy subject of “What if?” all the time in baseball, especially when it comes to pitchers. What could Mark Prior have been? Or Matt Harvey, for that matter? In some ways, that’s always an underlying reality waiting just beneath the turf. It’s worse in football, of course, because the nature of that high-collision sport demands ... Read More »

The Internet of Things could easily be the Internet of Threats

The Internet of Things (IoT), unlike SMAC (Social Mobile Analytics Cloud), moved faster from being an industry buzzword to reality. However, what needs to be examined is whether businesses are prepared to fully leverage IoT. The McKinsey Quarterly for March of 2010defined IoT as: “sensors and actuators embedded in physical objects—from roadways to pacemakers—are linked through wired and wireless networks, often using the ... Read More »

John Lewis has unveiled the top 10 toys for Christmas 2017… and they could just break the bank

IT’S only September and it might seem too soon to mention the C-word but there are only 90 shopping days to Christmas. Not surprisingly, those festive folk at John Lewis are already on the case – and they’ve unveiled their list of the top ten toys for the 2017 market. GETTY – CONTRIBUTOR   What will the kids be unwrapping ... Read More »

Oreo update for Huawei Mate 9 could be arriving soon

Looks like the Huawei Mate 9 could be receiving the Oreo update soon. The device with Android 8.0 on board has been spotted listed on benchmarking website Geekbench. For what it’s worth, this is not the first time we are hearing about the Mate 9 Android 8.0 update – back in April this year, we saw a glimpse of Oreo-powered Mate 9 (the ROM ... Read More »

Super Soco review, price, specs and details: Could this be the Tesla of motorcycles?

The first time I rode a moped, I immediately crashed it into a parked car near my house. Just ramped up onto the pavement like Steve McQueen and smashed into a Fiesta, causing several pounds worth of damage. I was 15 years of age, which is so long ago now that no policeman can arrest me for it. The second ... Read More »

New curriculum could be ‘disastrous’, says education expert

One of Scotland’s leading experts on education has warned that the Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) could be “disastrous” for school pupils. Prof Lindsay Paterson, from the University of Edinburgh, said the programme lacked “academic rigour” and was “dumbing down” education. He also said the programme, introduced in Scotland’s schools in 2010, could widen the attainment gap, not close it. The ... Read More »