Diana, princess of Wales, and Sarah, duchess of York, attend an official photo call during their ski holiday in Klosters.
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Five people pose in winter sport outfits, in France.
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Jan. 5, 1988
Models display the 1988 Winter Olympic downhill ski outfits from Descente. The brand claims sleek styling and smoother fabric may cut more than two seconds off a typical two-minute run, From left: Robyn…
“Men everywhere can now rejoice as their wives and girlfriends finally have a way to track their time of the month.” I received this pitch email for the MyPeriod Tracker app this week. “How many ruthless fights have been started due to lack of empathy from the husband because he had no idea what type of mood he was coming home to?”
It’s 2015 and this kind of utterly embarrassing marketing still exists. Keep reading — it gets worse
The subject line contained the phrase “PMS & Men,” which…
Android tablet users now have full-fledged Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps — for free.
The beta versions of the Android apps have already been available in “preview” to some Microsoft users, but the official suite of Office apps launched in the Google Play store on Thursday. Some of the premium and business features, though, are only available for Office 365 subscribers.
Headphones are always getting smarter, and now they’re getting brighter, too.
A new set of earbuds called Glow ($127) lets you sync with your smartphone and track your heart rate, with one illuminating differentiator: wires that glow with the light from a laser. The headphones pulse to the beat of your heart and music.
New Yorkers, you survived the blizzard of 2015. The proclaimed apocalyptic snowfall that was forecasted was measly at best, sprinkling less than a foot of flurries over the city
While meteorologists spent Tuesday awkwardly apologizing, media outlets, which originally warned that NYC was going to all but detach from the country and float off, quietly swept their nor’easter features under the rug. But Jon Stewart wasn’t letting them forget
“I’m not an average homeless person,” Leo Grand says, as the wind picks up and snow whips around him.
Grand, 38, talks to us Monday at the High Line public park in New York City’s Chelsea neighborhood, one of his main stomping grounds. We meet him outside the men’s restroom, where he sometimes goes to keep warm on a bitter cold day like this. The hand dryers offer him some relief
He’s a familiar face, known for learning how to code in 2013. More than a year later, he’s made money through…
A school friend’s mom passed away last week. He posted the news on Facebook with a short, dignified note, giving brief details of how his mother had died and information about the funeral. Feeling for his loss, I started to write, “So sorry to hear your sad news…”
But before I pressed “Enter,” I scrolled through the comments others had already posted — passionate eulogies and anecdotes from people who really knew my friend’s mom, celebrating her spirit and uniqueness. Suddenly my…