In the least surprising news of the NBA season, ESPN’s Mark Stein is reporting that Steph Curry will win the NBA MVP award for the second straight year. The announcement will reportedly be made later this week, with speculation that the 28-year-old Warriors star could become the first unanimous MVP selection in NBA history.
“I will kill him myself.” That’s the moment in Captain America: Civil War when I knew that I wasn’t going to have a problem with the Russo brothers’ approach to my favorite superhero.
Mobile is the undeniable future of commerce. However, many brands, from small businesses to enterprises, consistently miss the mark. They fall short of tapping into mobile’s potential to build meaningful relationships with consumers, gathering insights into those audiences, and maximizing return on investment (ROI). Mobile is more than a channel; it’s the power to create personalized customer experiences that keep people coming back. While some may view mobile as a challenge, companies that only rely on desktop can’t stay competitive for long.
Every cosmetics company on the planet has a product it claims will reduce wrinkles and erase the signs of aging, but researchers at MIT have developed agenuine facelift-in-a-tube with a new cream that creates an extra layer ofinvisible artificial skin to smooth out the wearer’s natural skin.
It could be that some businesses are much better off being private, even after years as public companies.
Just ask Krispy Kreme, the iconic doughnut maker that will go private by early summer, following a buy-out from JAB Beech, a private equity firm that announced it will acquire the brand for $1.35 billion.
Wheelchairs are rarely as comfortable as you’d like. You either have to settle for a generic design or wait ages for a custom model that might still be a little awkward. However, London design firm Layer might have a better way: it’s unveiling Go, a prototype wheelchair that could be easier to live with. The design has manufacturers scanning your body so that they can 3D-print seats and footrests that match your exact dimensions. It’d be more comfortable, of course, but it’d also account for your weight and create an ideal center of gravity that reduces the chances of tipping over or sliding.
Tornadoes. When you see a warning about them on the weather channel, it usually advises you to take shelter or get on out of there. But some folks are into chasing those storms, and we end up with extreme close ups of a phenomenon that a lot of us would rather not venture out to get for ourselves.