At its core, the business of fashion is an endless quest for something new. Problem is, some of the biggest names are getting rather old.
Giorgio Armani and Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld are in their 80s, Roberto Cavalli is 74, and Bernard Arnault, chairman of the company that owns Louis Vuitton, turns 66 in May. Of these, only Cavalli seems ready to swap his sketch book for slippers, as he’s trying to sell his business. The rest present succession quandaries that could reverberate long…
I make no apologies for using the well-used analogy of comparing a brand’s relationship with its customers to that of a budding romance between two lovers. It’s a clich
One thing that’s been a near certainty in the history of mobile devices: The operating system you’re using today won’t be around ten years from now.
Taken in the context of today’s duopoly of platforms, Android and iOS, that might seem like an antiquated notion; the latter was introduced almost eight years ago, and unless some drastic shift in consumer preference happens (which it has in the past), it seems unlikely that iOS won’t make it to the decade mark.
Mashable’s Lance Ulanoff unboxes a Microsoft Surface 3 on Periscope for the first time. Watch a condensed version of the event in the video above.
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The Guardian has revealed, an unidentified officer at the Australian immigration department accidentally emailed personal details of world leaders to the wrong person ahead of the G20 Summit in Brisbane in November, 2013.
In a dinner party list to die for, the security breach included the personal details of U.S. president Barack Obama, Russian president Vladimir Putin, German chancellor…
The newspaper behind a series of serious privacy allegations against anonymous sharing app Whisper has backed away from many of its claims.
The Guardian published several articles last October alleging the app collected and shared users’ personal data — including location — even when they had opted out of sharing such information.
On Monday, the paper removed an op-ed titled “Think you can Whisper privately? Think again” and issued a lengthy statement on the matter.
Hillary Clinton has finally spoken out about the controversy that has dogged her for a week since it came to light that she used a personal email server for her activities as secretary of state.
Speaking at a press conference Tuesday, Clinton implied that she prioritized her personal convenience, since she didn’t want to carry two devices on her: one for personal email, and one for her official business.
“It would’ve been…