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While global happiness research tends to focus on economic and sociological factors, one study says genes close to the makeup of Denmark's DNA up your chance at bliss.
Barclays analyst Ben Reitzes says he just doesn't see growth in Cupertino's future, whether it's from a watch or a TV.
When Apple's CEO gets depressed, he says, he goes into an Apple store for an automatic pickup. "It's like a Prozac or something," he tells investors at a Goldman Sachs conference.
Research from Stony Brook University suggests that talking too much about your problems on social-networking sites causes depression.
Good things can emerge from the straitened circumstances of a recession, but only if we take bold action.
It was always going to be a tough field to plough: re-mixing the BBC's hugely successful Top Gear into something uniquely Australian. Based on the evidence of the first show, we're not convinced they've succeeded.
A ritual for letting go of anger may convert your rage into chuckles.
Yo' momma is so fat. How fat is she? She's so fat she has two Wiis, one for each...OK, never mind. In other news, Microsoft walked out on Yahoo. Is it for good this time?
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