Tech companies like Intel or Google believe they need designers to help them make wearables that will appeal to women. Maybe they do, but not if the tech suffers as a result.

It’s good that Intel tried to research the tech needs of women, even if they don’t sound that different from the tech needs of men. But they prioritized fashion over utility.

Read more at The New York Times.

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We're guilty -- we admit it. We skip breakfast nearly every day. Sometimes we even skip lunch, getting the bulk of our daily calories from a large dinner. This is one of the worst things that you can do for your metabolism, since you starve yourself all day and slow it down. Even if you're able to maintain your weight like this, it will eventually catch up with you. So our New Year's resolution is to start the day with a healthy breakfast, followed by at least a couple of snacks during the day, until we get used to eating several small meals a day instead of one large one.

While some yogurts and cereals can be a big no-no, since some of them contain a lot of sugar, plain Greek yogurt and some high-fiber cereals can be a great alternative if you're like us, pressed for time in the morning, and wanting something quick and heathy. Check out some recommendations at Livestrong and see how your breakfast choices stack up!

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A photography exhibition celebrating the life and career of British actress Audrey Hepburn will open at London's National Portrait Gallery in July 2015.

The show will chart her rise from West End chorus girl to one of Hollywood's most photographed stars and also document her later humanitarian work.

Classic images of the Breakfast at Tiffany's actress will be displayed alongside rarely seen family photos.

Read more at BBC News.

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