If you still include “Sent from my iPhone” at the bottom of your messages, it’s time you thought about the etiquette of sending a mobile email.
According to data collected in the most recent U.S. Consumer Device Preference Report, nearly 63% of emails were opened on a mobile device, while only about 37% were opened on a desktop computer. With more and more people opening and sending emails on their smartphones and tablets for both personal and professional communication, your mobile email…
Embarking on an ocean cruise may evoke positive or negative feelings, depending on your prerogative: Maybe you envision a romantic stroll on the deck with an ocean breeze in your hair, or perhaps you imagine an outbreak of norovirus. Either way, cruises are as familiar to many Americans as apple pie.
But only relatively recently did leisure cruises — with on-board buffets, entertainment and ocean-view suites — became a popular vacation idea.
TripAdvisor unveiled on Tuesday its “Just For You” feature, which personalizes results based on user preferences.
The company aims to shift its customers away from a one-size-fits-all search experience, and bring them results that adapt and improve over time based on the user.
“Just For You” recommends hotels based on personal data, such as where users have previously traveled. New search results will also vary depending on…
Penelope Cruz is Esquire‘s “sexiest woman alive.”
Cruz, 40, is the 11th woman to be given the title by the magazine. Previous honorees include Angelina Jolie, Halle Berry, Rihanna, Charlize Theron and Scarlett Johansson.
The Vicky Cristina Barcelona and Vanilla Sky actress tells Esquire that she had “an attraction to drama” in her teens and 20s but “could not be less interested now.”
Cruz is keeping quiet about her personal life….
A breach of infection control resulting in a Dallas health worker getting Ebola raises fresh questions about whether hospitals truly can safely take care of people with the deadly virus, as health officials insist is possible.
Even in the United States, with the best conditions and protective gear available, mistakes can happen that expose more people to Ebola, the new case reveals.
On Sunday, the federal Centers for Disease…
Reddit users in a general discussion thread in a Minecraft subreddit helped convince a teen not to commit suicide on Sunday.
After posting his intent to take his own life, Redditor NotARomanGuy was flooded with messages and comments from other users on r/UltraHardcore who encouraged him to rethink his decision.
In his initial note, NotARomanGuy identifies himself by his Minecraft handle, CaesarOctavius, and details his lengthy…