One of the most satisfying parts of traveling to other countries is sinking your teeth into the local cuisine. In our series Foodie Without Fear, we give you a taste of the cultures you shouldn’t miss on each continent, along with bite-sized recommendations about what to savor and what to skip.
In our first foodie feature, we’re focusing on the flavors of South America, where smoked meats and seafood are always on the menu. And while you should feel free to sample the local goods, it’s wise t...
Who hasn’t dreamed of a picnic for two on the banks of the Seine or ducking in and out of markets in Montmarte like a local? But no trip to the City of Light is complete without a tour of the iconic Eiffel Tower. Here are five phrases from the French language you should know before you go—so you can get your tourist on like a real Parisian.
Although this GPS monitoring device is geared toward children with disabilities, anyone can appreciate AngelSense’s tracking functions and voice features that provide an extra layer of comfort for kids and parents. We tested it for a week and discovered it was helpful for a wide range of ages and needs, from anxious middle schoolers to aging parents with dementia.
Millions of women have shared their #MeToo stories since the revelation of disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein’s lifetime of sexual assault. Our friends, mothers, women with Academy Awards, and United States Senators have all spoken up about their experiences. As each account of abuse makes its way into the mainstream conversation, there is appreciation for their bravery but a heaviness that refuses to go away.
But the forecast for an automated future doesn’t have to be apocalyptic.
Ignored by the media and ignited by a Trump Presidency, Rantt News spoke to the 65.8 million who refused to be relegated to the shadows
We’ve done the research, and the results are in. Here are the do-it-yourself home security systems that top SafeWise’s list for easy installation, customization, and superior service.
While all our recommended systems have do-it-yourself installation, we’ve separated our list into systems that require monitoring and systems that don’t. Choosing the DIY home security system that fits the bill for your household has never been easier.
Finding a safe place to raise your family is one of the most important decisions you’ll make as a parent. From the quality of the school system to the accessibility of great parks and children’s recreational activities, selecting a community where you’ll want to settle down and raise a child is serious business.
In the aftermath of a home robbery, many homeowners regret that they didn’t follow the advice of “better safe than sorry.” While the property loss you incur can be a huge financial blow, it’s also the emotional impact of your safe space being invaded that’s devastating.
You’ve probably walked past your neighbor’s yard and wondered if those fake security signs they’re sporting actually work as deterrents. Can you just slap a home security alarm company’s sticker on your window and keep potential thieves at bay?
And so are these cupcakes. They feature a soft, dense crumb speckled with fragrant earl grey tea leaves and topped with a boysenberry buttercream. Yeah, that's right. Boysenberry.
When Ajit Pai announced back in December that he would take a “weed whacker” to regulations as the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, consumer advocates in the cable industry braced themselves. Since its inception in 1934, the FCC has been criticized for its laissez-faire approach to the exploitive billing practices and corporate strong-arm tactics of telecommunication giants like AT&T and Comcast. How much worse could it get? The answer- it can always be worse. Always. Pai hit the ground running, rolling back protections and abandoning pending legislation on new FCC regulations. And last week, his weed whacker finally struck a nerve.
Fast internet is a hot commodity these days, but for many customers it’s frustratingly out of reach. While speeds are stretching into gigabit territory in many cities, and most of the suburbs have speedy cable connections, rural areas are still lagging behind. As technology advances, speedier internet will become more commonplace, but until then we’ll all have to make do with what we can get.
I love you bagels, but you go straight to my hips and my thighs and every place I'd like to minimize instead of maximize.That's why I love these mini-bagels. Small bites of salty and sweet, perfect with just a dollop of cream cheese or butter. The best part: They come without an ounce of guilt.
The days of dial-up are long gone for most Americans as faster internet speeds become ubiquitous. Recent innovation has focused on developing fiber networks that deliver gigabit speeds to major metro areas, powering a vast internet of things. However, as higher-speed connections become more commonplace, new challenges arise, including developing the right equipment to optimize those speeds. Because gigabit technology is fairly new and not widely available, many of the fancy options for modems and routers that you see don’t support higher speeds— but that’s beginning to change.