Motorcycles are probably not the first thing that leaps to mind upon the mention of mission-critical applications for wireless technology.
You can call a spade a spade, but until there’s a market-researched name attached to it, it’s not really a spade.
It may not seem like it when you’re desperately awaiting the arrival of a beverage cart on a long flight, but air travel is still fairly miraculous in its brevity.
Once expertise is gained in any arena, it becomes impossible not to be upset by shortcomings in that field.
As talk of Oscar nods takes over the entertainment conversation this winter, we tend to think of the best things we’ve seen all year.
If you’ve ever wiled away your time on a treadmill pondering whether the energy you’re expending could be harnessed to power the lights in the gym, you’re on to something.
What kind of music do you like? It’s a fairly innocuous question, one often posed by those looking to pass the time over cocktails or during the “networking” segments of business conferences.
The next time you find yourself stranded in the toothpaste aisle at the grocery store, trying to make a selection from the seemingly endless array of options, don’t feel bad.
Four years after a crate of Scotch whisky was discovered in the Antarctic hut of Sir Ernest Shackleton, the parcel was finally thawed and opened this past summer.
Watching the sound technician swing a shotgun mic from left to right, again and again, it almost seems like she’s mocking the spectator sport most likely to cause neck strain.
“Always look for the silver lining,” sings Chet Baker in an indefatigable tone, “whenever a cloud appears in the blue.”