King September 30, 2019

It’s finally time to kick off the fifth – yes, fifth! – annual PC Gaming Week at TechRadar. This is the TechRadar Computing Team’s favorite time of year, a time in which we get to celebrate the joys and explore the depths of arguably the most powerful and versatile gaming platform of all time. This time […]

King September 24, 2019

Insurance as an industry has always been anchored on the fact that risks have to be differentiated between good and bad and priced accordingly. One needs to offer the best rates to good risks and the prices have to be appropriately high where it is a common knowledge that accident can be outcomes are very […]

King September 23, 2019

 The mountains of Connemara National Park will be turned green by light artist Kari Kola on St Patrick’s Day 2020. Photograph: Alamy Homer’s Odyssey is to be read aloud on the wind-battered beaches of Ireland’s west coast to celebrate claims that some of the mythical journey took place there, as part of Galway’s stint as European […]

King September 20, 2019

Roger Federer said he would be happy for the Laver Cup to be played in China in the future, ahead of the tournament’s third edition starting on Friday in Geneva. After the inaugural Laver Cup contested between Team Europe and Team World was held in Prague in 2017, last year’s tournament in Chicago drew sellout […]

King September 16, 2019

The consequences of sidelining mental health have been disastrous: a WHO report in 2015 found that there are just three psychiatrists and even fewer psychologists for every one million people in India, a direct result of a paucity of funds for training mental health professionals.(iStock) AddThis Sharing Buttons When does death, which is both inevitable […]

King September 11, 2019

When you’re building a business, you’re essentially spinning more than a dozen plates in the air. Sales, marketing, engineering, HR, brand, business development, finance, IT and more. All those plates are moving at a rapid pace as you sprint forward. Some of them fall, and you pick them up. Some of them break, and you […]

King September 9, 2019

For one night each September, we become a nation of culture lovers. In this parallel universe, people queue to get into museums, line up outside galleries and throng the foyers of theatres. Couples have fun without alcohol, families explore architecture, cafes turn into performance spaces, bars sprout poets and it can seem as if every […]

King September 7, 2019

. I’m sitting at a brunch table in Reno with an author, a doctor and a candlemaker. They’re filthy, sunburned and covered in grey alkaline dust from spending three weeks in the open desert. They just built a pop-up city complete with safety systems, sanitation and medical care, and then burned it all to the […]