Once home to the one and only King of Pop, his Neverland Ranch was bought from him by private investment firm Colony Capital for $23.5 million in 2008. It then was restored and put on market with a considerable price tag of $100 million two years ago. With no success, its new price has been set to “just” 67$ million. Take a look at what’s inside.
South Korean developer Dot has produced the world’s first Braille smartwatch, which uses 4 active dynamic Braille cells to display texts from any mobile apps or services. The smartwatch has been in development for 3 years, and the first 140000 devices will be delivered to the stores in March, which will make blind people all over the world happy.
J.D. Power released its 28th annual Vehicle Dependability Study, which examines the reliability of 2014 model-year cars over the past 12 months — giving car buyers a glimpse at the type of problems these three-year-old cars are likely to experience. Overall reliability is judged based on the number of problems experienced per 100 vehicles (PP100) with a lower score reflecting fewer problems. The overall winner this year was Toyota with wins in 10 categories, followed by General Motors with only 4 wins.
TripAdvisor has released its 2017 Travelers' Choice Awards, naming 25 best beaches in the world, based on millions of user reviews between 2015 and 2016. The list also provides the cheapest month of the year to travel to each destination, and the average rate for a hotel room there during that month.
Kohanaiki is an exclusive club near Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii. The club’s entrance fee is $100000 with the following annual fees of $25000. Members can either purchase pre-constructed, fully furnished homes or build out custom homes themselves. This is the place which entrepreneurs, hedge funders, athletes, and entertainment industry pros choose to enjoy their holidays together, and it’s a really incredible sight.
Navigation company TomTom has published a list of the most congested cities in the world, which was made over nine years. Each city's congestion level was given a percentage score out of 100, with levels ranging from 66% in the most congested cities to 9% in the least. TomTom defined the congestion level as the "increase in overall traffic times when compared to a free flow situation (an uncongested situation)."
The world's most expensive countries to live in were calculated by MoveHub, a company dedicated to helping people move abroad, in a new survey. They based their assessment on a range of costs, such as the price of groceries, transport, bills, restaurants and how much renting somewhere to live is. These figures are then compiled into an index, comparing each country to New York, which has an index of 100.