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"Rico" is the crazy mind behind the QMedia websites, a series of online magazines where everything is Q! Rico brings his special kind of savvy to online marketing. His websites are engaging, provocative, informative and sometimes off the wall, where you either like or you leave it. The same goes for him, like him or leave him.There is no middle ground. No compromises, only a passion to present reality as he sees it!
When Canadian brand Gildan acquired American Apparel for a cool $88 million in January of this year, it only bought American Apparel’s intellectual property (the name, brand, and designs), leaving its operations (the stores and factories) to shutter. That move revealed Gildan’s strategy: Keep American Apparel alive, only dial down...
TSGMAX - The Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week San Jose, Costa Rica took place this week (August 2-5, 2017) at the Intercontinental Hotel in Escazu, however, the official casting call took place on May 30, 2017. TSG brings you all the photos for the selection process.  
  The Russian president said that his code name during the KGB academy education was "Platov," adding that he sees no reason to use code names now. "As you know, I began my work from foreign intelligence service. Then I sometimes used technological pseudonyms. But now it's just ridiculous for me...
For a car that is widely expected to take the world by storm soon -- and that is now officially in production -- there's much about Tesla's Model 3 that remains a mystery. Typically, when an automaker launches an all-new model, we get all the details in advance. We know...
An increasing number of Japanese men are finding true love in silicone sex dolls. However, for these men the reasons for such an unusual companionship is sometimes more than just sex. Masayuki Ozaki’s marriage lost its spark some years ago and although he still lives in the same house with...
President Vladimir Putin has familiarized himself with the Russian-made limousine, part of the 'Cortege' project, Minister of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov has confirmed. The brand new series of official vehicles is expected to be released in time for the inauguration following next year's presidential elections. Speaking to Russia's Izvestia...
Have you seen the new trailer for “Blade Runner 2049” yet? The sequel to the 1982 sci-fi classic is packed full of futuristic flying cars too. (At the bottom) It stars Ryan Gosling as a moody LAPD officer with Harrison Ford reprising his role as the original blade runner. The future...
Whether you like it or not, a new Blade Runner is coming, as Ridley Scott's 1982 sci-fi classic gets a follow-up. Blade Runner 2049, thirty years after the events of the first film, is about a new blade runner, LAPD Officer K (Ryan Gosling), who unearths a long-buried secret that...
Launching a business is hard to do, and ensuring its longevity is even harder. From those sunk by corporate scandals to those who didn’t change with the times, on the following pages are some of the most famous companies that very publicly collapsed. Click ahead for more. Blockbuster Blockbuster was a...
HELSINKI (AP) - Volvo will begin producing electric motors on all its cars from 2019, becoming the first traditional automaker to forgo the combustion engine altogether. The Swedish company, which has been making cars since 1927 and has in recent decades become famous for its station wagons and safety features,...
Sometime around 2011 or 2012, it suddenly became very easy to predict what people would be doing in public places: Most would be looking down at their phones. For years, mobile phones weren’t much to look at. The screens were small, and users needed to press the same key several...
Few academics expect to find their work hotly debated in the New York Times. Those who publish in feminist philosophy journals can reasonably expect a certain degree of obscurity. How then did philosophy professor Rebecca Tuvel’s article, “In Defense of Transracialism,” become the target of an angry petition, vociferous...
Somewhere in Iraq, the tomb raider Nick Morton (a never-ageing Tom Cruise) flies over the desert. This is where Egyptian queen Ahmanet lies in her tomb for eternity. Or so we thought. The plot of Alex Kurtzman’s latest Hollywood blockbuster, The Mummy, which cost US$125 million to make and was...
We live in a dirty world. Wherever we go, we are among microbes. Bacteria, fungi and viruses live on our phones, bus seats, door handles and park benches. We pass these tiny organisms to each other when we share a handshake or a seat on the plane. Now, researchers are...
It’s been a busy – and controversial – year for Wonder Woman. In October 2016, the United Nations made a curious appointment: Wonder Woman would be the global organisation’s new Ambassador for Women’s Empowerment, aligned with the launch of a new campaign to fuel Sustainable Development Goal number five, which...