Tag Heuer learned it’s not so easy to make a smartwatch after all.
Last year we wrote about We Are Social’s huge report on everything internet, mobile and social and the company is back with an even bigger report on trends than last…
Using data collected from Numbeo—the “world’s largest database of user contributed data about cities and countries worldwide”—web resource Movehub has created an infographic that points out the cost of living in different countries around the world.
According to Movehub, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) was used to determine the living costs in the countries, which takes into account the prices for groceries, transportation, restaurants and utilities.
Switzerland, Norway, Venezuela and Iceland have been identified as countries with the highest living cost, while India, Nepal, Pakistan and Tunisia have the lowest cost of living.
Japanese design firm Nendo, recently declared Maison&Objet’s “Designer of the Year”, was invited to design a lounge for visitors at the furniture and design show—for the occasion, they have also created nine pieces of chocolates that Fast Co. Design has described as the “world’s most beautiful”.
Take a below-the-surface look at Deloitte’s 2015 Analytics Trends report.
As we grow older we become accustomed and familiar with the reality surrounding us and with ourselves. Past experiences shape our perception of the world and teach us lessons that we carry around for most of our lives.
With a little space planning, most rooms can fall into place pretty easily. Big furniture might exchange walls a few times and smaller accessories are always on the move.