"My body is my job," says Hafthor Bjornsson, the World's Strongest Man and GOT star.
Airbnb and a local community project, Wonder Grottole, are accepting applications to move to a Southern Italian hill town, become part of the local community and host travelers.
"This is about showing them how a proper celebration looks in adulthood."
After just 10 weeks of testing Lattice on a Texas ranch on the southern US border in 2018, the tech helped agents catch 55 people trying to cross into the US illegally.
Next time you feel guilty about idling away your commute on social media, remember that inspiration comes from all sources.
Artificial intelligence is "going to change the world more than anything in the history of mankind. More than electricity," but not all jobs are at risk of being replaced by bots.
The stunning island was formed by an underwater volcanic eruption.
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The now-retired yachtswoman saw her love for the sport date back to when she was a child.
Asked if he was joking, the maverick tech entrepreneur replied simply: "I'm not."
Travel app Hopper crunched the numbers to find the best time to book your holiday flights to score the best deals in 2019.
Kevin O'Leary shares his daily morning routine and how many calories he consumes per day.
Tesla sold more cars in 2018 than it did in every previous year of the electric automaker's existence combined.
The Profit's Marcus Lemonis takes a tour of two villas inside Caesars Palace in Las Vegas to check out all of the amenities it has to offer, from luxurious pools to master bedrooms.
If you plan to embark on a new career move this year, you may want to try casting your eye to Europe or the Middle East, according to HSBC's new expat survey.
Twitch star and "Fortnite" gamer Tyler "Ninja" Blevins first started playing Halo with his older brothers when he was 9.
"There have to be reasons that you get up in the morning and you want to live… What's the point? What inspires you? What do you love about the future?" the Tesla and SpaceX boss says.
James Rogers is the founder of Apeel Sciences, a California startup that's looking to fight food waste, which costs the world $2.6 trillion each year.