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This Furniture Is Hiding Wireless Chargers–And It Feels Like The Future

Blend Into Space [Photo: courtesy designstudio PESI] If you had told me that all these furniture pieces and accessories were part of the sets of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, I would have believed you. These wireless charging surfaces by South Korean design studio PESI–which include

Is this Russian cyber security tycoon an accidental spy?

In October 2014, a junior IT worker sitting at his desk in Moscow noticed something strange on his computer. Kaspersky Labs, the Russian cyber security company he worked for, had accessed sensitive data taken from a computer in Baltimore, thousands of miles away from

Clinton Square tree lighting, Parade of Lights: 12 things to do in CNY this weekend

Clinton Square tree lighting, Parade of Lights: 12 things to do in CNY this weekend Happy Thanksgiving, Central New York! If you’re not too busy Black Friday shopping or deeply enthralled in a turkey-induced coma, you’ll want to check out these dozen events going

Does this woman have Australia’s best wardrobe? Dior, YSL, Chanel and Gucci… Meet the lady who inherited a couture collection that’s now worth more than $6 million

Every woman has a precious dress that can transport them back to an unforgettable evening when they felt a million dollars. Charlotte Smith – who is originally from America but based in Australia – owns thousands. The curator of the Darnell Fashion Collection inherited a vintage

This home décor line gives you a tour of world cultures

Perenne Design delves into world cultures for inspiration, for an interesting backstory is slightly more pivotal to it rather than simple aesthetic appeal. Roused by European art forms from the early 1900s—Celtic Art, Art Deco and Modernism—Perenne Design sets itself apart with geometric and asymmetric décor forms.Their upcoming

Awair Glow review: This air monitor smartens your “dumb” appliances

Environmental monitoring is no longer a particularly novel smart-home trick. The ability to track indoor “vitals” like temperature, humidity, and air quality drives several standalone devices and is increasingly built into home security cameras like the LG Smart Security Wireless Camera. The problem is that

Modern Amenities, 17th Century Details Combine in This Tuscan Villa

Locals are invited to Villa Lucchese for an annual religious ceremony, a tradition its owners have maintained over the years in their private, still consecrated chapel, in this tiny village of Aquilea in the Tuscan countryside, an hour from Florence. The property, which comes with its own

This wedding season, flaunt your traditional lehenga with a modern twist

Ditch the mundane lehenga for the upcoming wedding season. Wear a georgette belt with a flowy drape, sport cigarette pants underneath embellished sheer lehenga of soft net, experts suggest. Fashion Designers Anu PD and Mini Bindra have listed few ideas: * Wear a georgette

SECURITY NEWS THIS WEEK: FEDS GIVE KASPERSKY SECURITY PRODUCTS THE BOOT

APPLE FINALLY ANNOUNCED the iPhone X this week, complete with a facial recognition system that Apple calls FaceID. Preliminary impressions are that FaceID will be difficult to trick, and should be secure for the average user, but researchers are eager to test its robustness. Consumer facial

‘Never seen anything like this in the modern record’: Three hurricanes are churning in the Atlantic Basin

(Left to right) Category 1, Hurricane Katia; Category 5, Hurricane Irma and, Category 1, Hurricane Jose at 1300UTC on September 7, 2017. Photo by NOAA, illustration by National Post NOAA/RAMMB /Jose Romero via AFP/NP Photo illustration Seen from space, Hurricane Irma is a fearsome sight