Jonathan Chew

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Your Lousy Handwriting Might Actually Make You Smarter

Researchers at UCLA and Princeton found that writing notes in longhand leads to grasping new ideas better and retaining information longer.

Apple Strikes Huge Deal With Major League Baseball

Instead of the usual paper notes, coaches and managers will now use a 12.9-inch iPad pre-loaded with a custom software called 'MLB Dugout.'

Yelp CEO Responds to Employee Fired After She Wrote a Post About Her Low Pay

Talia Jane, who worked for the company's food delivery arm Eat24, wrote an open letter to Yelp CEO Jeremy Stoppelmann on Friday.

Kanye West and Beyoncé Might Have Saved Tidal

The streaming service has hit number one on the app rankings for the first time ever.

Snoop Dogg Teaches Burger King Staff How to Make Hot Dogs in New Training Video

The video uses a combination of a record scratch, curious placements of smoke and rhyming ingredients spit out by the rapper.

Facebook Is Weeding Out Profiles Tied to Terrorism

The social network has reportedly assembled a team to examine any material that backs terrorist groups.

Yahoo Reportedly Fired a Bunch of Workers by Accident

As many as 30 employees were said to have been let go, only to be later told that they were simply on a shortlist.

These are the Worst Passwords That You Still Keep Using

If you're still wondering whether "123456" would make a strong password, the answer is still no.

Amazon Reportedly Looking to Lean Less on UPS

The online retailer has been holding talks with air-cargo companies to lease airplanes, and is seeking to lower its costs and reliance on delivery partners like UPS.

Gillette Sues Dollar Shave Club Over Patented Technology Claims

Grooming brand says competitor infringed on a 2004 patent involving a 'chromium-containing overcoat layer.'

Elon Musk's Advice for Jack Dorsey: Don't Run Two Companies

As both the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, Musk knows a thing or two about what Dorsey is in for.

Google Is Starting to Penalize Mobile Sites That Do This

It's no longer considered mobile-friendly to have pop-up ads before you reach content, which can impact advertisers and publishers.

Apple Will Fix the Busted Camera on Your iPhone 6 Plus

Customers who bought phones between September 2014 and January 2015 can get their back-of-phone cameras fixed for free.

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