Lamborghini has unveiled the first details of its new hybrid super sports car, codenamed LB744, which is set to debut in the year of Lamborghini’s 60th anniversary. The LB744 is a High Performance Electrified Vehicle (HPEV), and it sets a new benchmark for performance and driving pleasure.
Mattel moves into publishing with original stories based on Barbie, Hot Wheels, Fisher-Price, Monster High, and more.
Mattel, Inc. has recently revealed its plans to introduce a new publishing imprint in the United States and Canada in 2024. This move will allow the company to create new stories based on its extensive catalog of franchises, including Barbie, Hot Wheels, Fisher-Price, Thomas & Friends, Monster High, Polly Pocket, Barney, and more.
Can a new credit card help fix your credit score?
If you want to repair your credit quickly, consider adding another credit card to your collection. It sounds counterintuitive, but this new card might be more helpful than you think – let us introduce you to the secured credit card.
Sierra Club says just 10 percent of coal plants are responsible for over half the deaths. These three Kentucky plants rank among the deadliest in America.
The Sierra Club has released a report entitled “Out of Control: The Deadly Impact of Coal Pollution.” The report examines the effects of soot pollution from coal-fired power plants in the United States. It reveals that soot pollution from coal-fired power plants causes 3,800 premature deaths each year.
iHeartMedia rolls out new AI tech that will let advertising companies automatically scan podcasts to determine if they are appropriate for their market.
iHeartMedia, the largest audio media company in the United States, has announced the launch of new brand safety technology for podcast advertisers powered by Sounder. The company is the first to go live with Sounder’s AI and Machine Learning (ML) technology, offering brands episode-specific safety assurance, a level of precision previously unavailable in podcast inventory,…
Elon Musk can’t handle that his tweets aren’t getting as much attention as President Biden’s. Throws hissy fit and hacks Twitter to flood users’ For You feed.
Do you know what’s really, really funny? Elon Musk’s Twitter meltdown! Yep, it turns out that our favorite billionaire can’t handle that his tweets aren’t getting as much love as President Biden’s. So, what does he do? He throws a hissy fit, of course!
SpaceX/Elon Musk admit to blocking Ukranian forces from using critical Starlink satellites with their drones.
Gwynne Shotwell, president of SpaceX, admitted today that Starlink is blocking Starlink satellite communications from Ukrainian drones, key component of their fight against Russia.
Not so fast Mr. Rich Smarty-pants. New research shows extreme high-income earners might not be as smart as we thought.
A new study from Linköping University reveals that people with higher incomes also score higher on IQ tests – up to a certain point. At high incomes, the relationship levels off, and the top 1% even score slightly lower on the test compared to those just below them.
Be on your toes! Researchers have found a new way to rearrange store products to boost impulse buying.
A data-based method for periodically rearranging products enables retailers to optimize new store layouts based on customer familiarity with where their favorite things used to be.
I quit!!! Here’s why Gen X is quiet quitting in the technology sector.
Quiet quitting can be different from one job to the next. Let’s start with the Wikipedia definition of Quiet Quitting: “an application of work-to-rule, in which employees work within defined work hours and engage in work-related activities solely within those hours…