Stuff You Need To Know About Recreational Hotels

What is the best way to find a hotel for your next vacation? A lot of people just look in the hotel directory. However, there is more to it if you want to find the perfect hotel that you can afford. Continue to read to learn how you can go about it. Check online hotel

Get Off The Beaten Track With These Travel Ideas

Travel is one of those rare human endeavors that can be either recreational or obligatory. Sometimes you want to travel and sometimes you have to. Whatever compels you to hit the road, the sea, or the sky, you can have a better travel experience if you educate yourself on the smart ways to travel. Keep

US slaps steep duties on Canadian, Chinese machine parts

Washington (AFP) – The US Commerce Department Monday said it would begin imposing steep tariffs on certain Chinese and Canadian mechanical parts dumped on the US market at below cost. The department said that iron transfer drive components — machinery parts like pulleys, sheaves and flywheels — from Canadian and Chinese companies were sold on

Chris Hemsworth responds to rumors of marriage troubles

“Avengers” star Chris Hemsworth is having some fun at the expense of some news outlets.  Hemsworth took offense at reports from outlets — like Australian tabloid Woman’s Day — that his marriage to model Elsa Pataky is in trouble — but not so much offense that he couldn’t make light of the speculation.  In response,

New '$1 billion' FA Cup broadcast deal agreed

London (AFP) – England’s governing Football Association announced on Monday it had agreed a new overseas broadcast rights deal for the FA Cup worth a reported $1 billion (919 million euros, £820 million). The new agreement will run for six seasons starting in 2018/19. Although the FA refused to specify an exact figure, simply saying

Pete Burns

From Top of the Pops to Celebrity Big Brother via lots of plastic surgery, Pete Burns was one of British pop’s larger-than-life personalities. Read the full article from the author…

IBM CEO on Watson's latest answers for cancer fight

IBM CEO Ginni Rometty is convinced we are in the “third era of technology,” as IBM’s Watson Health partners with Quest Diagnostics to offer its cognitive computing technology nationwide for the first time. Rometty described the first era of technology as “machines that counted” and the second era as “things that were programmed.” Now, a