Trends of the Week

Ciara’s One-Piece Has So Many Side Cutouts, and She Isn’t Afraid to Flaunt It

Leave it to Ciara to bring some heat to even the coldest of Winter days.

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25 Long-Sleeve Dresses That Were Made for Parties

When you think about party dresses , your mind might rapidly wander to strapless or spaghetti-strap minidresses. However, it's time to rewire what we think a party dress should be and consider adding long sleeves to the equation

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Google is raising some G Suite prices by 20-percent

Google is hiking the price of two of its G Suite subscriptions, its collection of apps that replace Microsoft Office, support video conferencing, and live chat. It’s the first price increase for the services in a decade, the search giant says

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Mattel’s free ‘Uno’ mobile game is now available worldwide

While third-party Uno apps have been around for some time, Mattel released its own mobile version of the classic card game in certain countries and on Facebook Instant Games last year. Now, the toymaker and NetEase, through their Mattel163 studio, ar...

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Miley Cyrus Is Practically Dripping in Crystals in This Purple Minidress and Sparkly Boots

Miley Cyrus certainly knows how to capture her audience's attention with her vocal abilities, stage presence, and amazing outfits. The newlywed hit the stage to give a powerful performance at the I Am the Highway: A Tribute to Chris Cornell concert at The Forum in Inglewood, CA

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The 3 Smartest Jewelry Brands to Invest in This Year

Our friends over at  The RealReal (ever heard of them?) jokes, I know you have because you’ve read my newest series where I shop out  the best designer pieces under $200 each month. Using my contacts at the resale site, I reached out to find insight on what’s selling right now, what people are searching for, and therefore the best designer items to sell this season. The helpful staff shared insight up to my eyebrows on the most popular brands and items from the site

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Researchers make ice repelling materials breakthrough

Ice is one of the most significant hazards to drivers and pilots and is blamed for multibillion-dollar losses each year in the US. Ice causes all manner of delays in air travel and damages infrastructure, power generation equipment, and power transmission facilities each year. Scientists from the University of Houston have made a breakthrough in repelling ice that could have … Continue reading

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Fitbit users can share data with the National Institutes of Health

Fitbit is following a stellar 2018, which saw it bounce back to profit thanks in part to its Versa smartwatch, by diving even further into healthcare.

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I Stripped My Closet Down to the Essentials, and I’ll Never Look Back

It was a hot mid-July day in New York City, and there I was, testing the limits of my organic deodorant. Despite the heat, I was wearing a long-sleeved cashmere sweater

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Insider Tip: Every Cool Spring Thing Is Hiding at Free People

If you live anywhere that's not Los Angeles, you're really experiencing the thick of winter. Temperatures seem to be dropping more and more rapidly, and your once-exciting wardrobe is now appearing to be a sea of puffers and black boots. If you can relate, I have some uplifting news for you.

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