A host of innovations will make taking care of your teeth something to relish rather than fear
Introduced by Beverly Hills cosmetic dentist Kourosh Maddahi and now available across the country, this futuristic face-lift of sorts involves lengthening and shaping teeth using crowns and veneers to contour the lower third of the face. The procedure can reduce fine lines and make chins appear more prominent. ... More
Veteran matchmaker Samantha Daniels dishes on playing cupid for the ultra-wealthy
Relationships have always been a huge part of Samantha Daniels’ career, but she hasn’t always been a matchmaker.
“I used to be a divorce attorney,” she says. “I was helping couples break apart, which didn’t feel like a happy place.”
Finding more fulfillment building relationships for her friends, Daniels started her own ... More
The Facebook CEO aims to build artificial intelligence in 2016
Mark Zuckerberg has big plans for the New Year. The Facebook CEO took to the social networking site to declare his personal challenge for 2016, and it puts common resolutions, like dieting and exercising, to shame.
“My personal challenge for 2016 is to build a simple AI to run my home ... More
Facing a mile-long wait list? There's an app for that…
Patience is a virtue, but when it comes to getting the bag of the season, or a forever-waitlisted pair of shoes, it pays to be a little aggressive. Luckily, there’s an app that does the elbow pushing for you. PS Dept. hunts down everything on your stylish wish list, providing early ... More
A new social-media tool—billed as "Tinder for golf"—hopes to revolutionize the way the sport is played
“We wanted to make golf a lot more social and fun,” says Eddy Lui, founder and CEO of 18Birdies, which he set out to build after bemoaning a gap in the market for an app that could simultaneously improve his game, keep track of his long-term performance, and connect ... More
Three apps that get you massages on command have recently launched in Chicago
How it works: Through an app or online, you can book massage, yoga, Pilates or mindfulness sessions in your home or office, ranging from 60 to 120 minutes. Prices start at $105 per hour.
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Has our unrelenting curiosity (and addiction to Internet research) ruined the element of surprise? DuJour ponders the risk of leaving things to chance
An escalating array of cyber-tools now at our disposal—along with our natural curiosity—is taking a lot of the mystery and spontaneity out of life. More and more, we’re technologically arming ourselves against surprises, just in case they might be unpleasant ones.
It’s gone way beyond Googling a restaurant menu and ... More