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Get ready for the big game with all-time-low prices on Bose soundbars

Even if you’ve already got your big-screen TV for the big game, there’s one thing you’re still missing: a soundbar to boost the audio. And right now, Amazon’s running a great sale on one of our favorite brands: You can get the Bose Soundbar 500 for $500 or the Bose Soundbar 700 for $700, both matching the best prices we’ve ... Read More »

What are the new Surface Edition chips in the Surface Laptop 4?

Microsoft has released more information about the custom-built Ryzen Surface Edition processors found within the Surface Laptop 4, allowing potential buyers to compare them to the 11th-gen Core chips also being offered for this product line. Microsoft’s Surface Laptop 4 includes two Ryzen chips: the Ryzen 5 4680U Surface Edition, and the Ryzen 7 4980U Surface Edition. These are semi-custom processors, co-developed ... Read More »

5 tips to get more active – and stick to the habit

According to our Healthier Nation Index – a survey of more than 8,000 Britons about their health since the start of the pandemic – 73% of people aren’t exercising enough. That’s around 48.7 million people in the UK who aren’t getting the NHS-recommended 150 minutes of moderate intensity activity a week (such as brisk walking), or 75 minutes of vigorous intensity activity ... Read More »

And Just Like That: What I Thought Watching The Reboot Having Never Been A Sex And The City Fan

Sex And The City revival series And Just Like That has officially broken the internet – in ways both good and bad. For every fan positively *thrilled* to have their favourite characters back on screen, there’s an unhappy viewer who feels SATC’s return just didn’t quite do the show justice. But wait! There’s another group, too: those who are not only watching And Just Like ... Read More »

The health toll of poor sleep

Sleep — both its quantity and its quality — is one of the most frequently discussed health topics. How often have you told a friend or relative, “I’m exhausted, I was up half the night”? Surveys have found that more than a third of American adults are unable to consistently get a good night’s sleep, with millions having trouble falling asleep or ... Read More »

How wealth advisors temper the portfolio risks of newbie ESOP millionaires

Alok Saigal has spent the last seven years advising his firm’s private wealth and high networth clients on how to invest their money. He is the President and Head–Private Wealth at Edelweiss Wealth. Saigal has been a finance professional for close to 20 years now. But when young 20-something clients walk into his office flaunting their employees’ stock options (ESOPs), Saigal says ... Read More »

Ali Fazal pre-empts Death on the Nile disrespect, describes his own appearance as ‘blink and miss’. Watch

After several delays, Kenneth Branagh’s Death on the Nile finally seems to be on the verge of release. A new trailer and poster for the Agatha Christie adaptation was unveiled by 20th Century Studios ahead of its planned February debut. Actor Ali Fazal was a step ahead of headlines that he anticipated for his quick appearance, and wrote a tweet ... Read More »

The BA Dissertation in Education: things seen and red.

Each year in the School of Education 150 BA honours students complete their first piece of self-directed research. The methods and findings are written up in the form of an eight thousand word research report, a dissertation. This dissertation is the culmination of four years of intensive study of education, and an opportunity for its writers to say something useful ... Read More »

The Unexpected Getaway-Guide

Adventurous Chile Long hikes through the untouched nature or an expedition through the desert are in first place of all the activities you can do in Chile. So, if you’re thinking about taking a trip to the South American country, you should be light on your feet. Surrounded by red scarps, the Puritama River extends in the Atacama Desert in ... Read More »

Housing Prices Continue to Soar in Many Countries Around the World

While most economic indicators deteriorated last year, house prices largely shrugged off the effects of the pandemic. Of the over 60 countries that enter into the IMF’s Global House Price Index, three-quarters saw increases in house prices during 2020, and this trend has largely continued in countries with more recent data. IMF research indicates that low interest rates contributed to the boom in house ... Read More »